Master manipulator of sound, Burial delivers his haunting, reverent rework of Massive Attack’s beautiful Heligoland highlight, “Paradise Circus”. The ambitious 12-minute track serves as the b-side to Burial’s collaborative single with storied Bristol trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack. Last week we heard the sprawling a-side track, “Four Walls”. The single – limited to only 1,000 copies – was released and sold out yesterday in the motherland. Listen to “Paradise Circle” below:
Massive Attack x Burial – “Paradise Circus”
Burial has been feeling productive and friendly lately. Earlier this year, the dubstep trailblazer collaborated with Four Tet and Thom Yorke and released a single called Ego/Mirror. Late last year he co-produced Jamie Woon’s stunning “Night Air” single. Burial has also released a 20-minute EP called Street Halo this year. 2011 didn’t bring us a new album from the influential producer, but we did get an hour or so of new music.