Tuesday, December 6, 2016

large attack's remix app now serves up the EP in its untouched form

huge attack have released their new Ritual Spirit EP in unremixed shape, but the tracks aren't clearly to be observed inside the Fantom app.
An update for the app is now available, and could permit you to get right of entry to the 4 new tracks however only through a redirect to the iTunes save.
in case you do not need to shop for the EP or any of the individual tracks, the entire EP is now streaming on Spotify and Apple music. either manner, it's clearly well worth a listen.
authentic story under...
big assault are lower back with a brand new tour and a promise of new material, some - if now not all - of that is now available to listen via a new 'sensory remixer' app called Fantom.
The app, which was co-advanced by means of Robert Del Naja (aka 3-d) can be downloaded proper now on iOS, makes use of the cameras, accelerometer, clock, area records and coronary heart fee monitor (if paired with an Apple Watch) to produce a completely unique mix of every track.
every track gives you the option to listen in a 'non-public' or 'authentic' shape, however proper now best the personal one is running - possibly to get humans using the app's special functions as opposed to skipping over it to pay attention the brand new tracks of their un-remixed shape.
This week Twitter person @madotie leaked a image the allegedly found out a new large assault EP titled Ritual Spirit. All the ones music names align with the ones found within the app, suggesting this is certainly the new EP we are being attentive to.

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