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When Massive Attack Met Adam Curtis

The trip-hop pioneers join forces with British filmmaker at the Park Avenue Armory

Monday, September 30, 2013

'Massive Attack V Adam Curtis' performed at Park Avenue Armory in New York (Stephanie Berger)

Robert Del Naja and his band, the sprawling electronic ensemble called Massive Attack, changed the sound of British music in the 1990s. Two years ago, he got the idea of joining forces with the acclaimed British documentary filmmaker Adam Curtis for a big project that tackles some big questions, like "Who's in charge here?" and "How free are we to determine the course of our own lives?" And, "Do you still feel like dancing?"

Del Naja and Curtis join us to talk about the immersive multimedia project "Massive Attack v Adam Curtis," which is running through Oct. 4 at the Park Avenue Armory.


Adam Curtis and Robert Del Naja

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