Massive Attack’s new limited edition EP, Atlas Air, is out this week.

Only 1000 copies are available of the record, which is an individually numbered art and vinyl edition crafted by The Vinyl Factory in collaboration with Robert ‘3D’ Del Naja. It features three new tracks – a remix of ‘Red Light’ by Warp-signed Clark, and remixes of ‘Atlas Air’ by Shape Of Broad Minds’ Jneio Jarel and ex-DFA man Tim Goldsworthy, who also contributed to the production of recent Massive album Heligoland.

The vinyl is a 180g heavyweight affair, pressed on the legendary EMI 1400, with laser-etched labels on both sides. It’s housed in a screen-printed yellow fluoro and glitter covered sleeve featuring a painting, Minstrels, by Del Naja.

We’ve got hold of one of these exceedingly smart 12″s to give away to one lucky reader. To enter the prize draw, simply visit the relevant post on FACT’s Facebook page and leave a comment beneath it. The winner will be notified via Facebook on or before December 22, 2010.



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