Robert Del Naja from Massive Attack continues his Battle Box series with “Battle Box 002” – released as a limited 300 copy vinyl and titled “3D on Jupiter”.
Battle Box 001 was released late last year and is still available. Massiveattack.ie reported that Del Naja has also reissued 001 with limited edition screen printed artwork by Paul Insect.
Dej Naja speaking on the song, “In 2007 I went to the Congo with Africa Express. I was lucky to hang out and listen to some pretty amazing musicians, Jupiter among them. This track is built with an unknown modular synth from Munich, a Moog and a Vermona drum machine, with help from Euan Dickinson and Tim Goldsworthy. And mixes by Bruno Ellingham. I wanted to mirror the energy and message in the song without complicating it. The b-side is a more relaxed and melodic using a Prophet 5 and a jupiter 8.”
You can stream both songs on the Battle Box Soundcloud, then head on over to The Vinyl Factory and purchase a copy before they’re all snatched up!
All vinyl copies will be individually numbered and feature artwork & label art by Paul Insect.
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