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Massive Attack to release new discs, single leaks online

It’s been six years since British trip-hop duo Massive Attack released “100th Window,” the band’s last proper studio album. (Let’s forget about that tepid, instrumental soundtrack for “Danny the Dog” from 2004.) And increasingly it’s been looking as if the duo, Daddy G and Robert “3D” del Naja, were going the way of their Bristol, England homies Portishead, who took 11 years to release last year’s phenomenal “Third.”

The good news today is that fans won’t have to wait quite that long. Today, EMI Music announced that a four-song Massive Attack EP called “Splitting the Atom” will

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Crystal Method interview

USC Events’ birthday bash is always a prime spot for catching some of the biggest names in electronic music. And the Crystal Method is among the big deals coming to USC 12, which is set for Saturday (May 30) at Seattle’s WaMu Theatre.

Recently, I caught up with Scott Kirkland, half of the electronic duo, which is best known for ’90s hits “Keep Hope Alive” and “Name of the Game.” Click the links to hear what he had to say about …

early tour experiences in Seattle …

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