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4 February, 2014 2:08 pm

33 1/3′s classic album series of books attempts to deconstruct each LP by talking to the parties involved in its creation. Following books based on DJ Shadow’s Endtroducing and Nas’ Illmatic, their next subjects will be J. Dilla’s Donuts, Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, and Danger Mouse’s The Grey Album. Check out descriptions [cont.]

24 December, 2013 5:56 am

Cee-Lo Green tells an annoying TMZ reported that a Gnarls Barkley reunion will happen “Like, next year… Really”.

24 October, 2013 4:52 am

Producer Danger Mouse teases a new Broken Bells LP with the release of this video, following up the group’s 2010, self-titled debut, which he produced in full. The new album is called After The Disco, set for release in January of 2014. Check out a preview of the album’s first single below. Broken Bells Album [cont.]

22 July, 2011 4:45 pm

Uber-producer DJ Danger Mouse has come a long way since his early days as a foward-thinking mixtape DJ. Since his explosion in popularity that began with The Grey Album, DM has made a name for himself by producing for a multitude of A-List talent, including Cee-Lo Green, The Black Keys, Gorillaz, MF Doom, Beck, and [cont.]

25 October, 2010 11:28 pm

In a recent interview with The Age, U2 frontman, Bono, revealed that a recent accident – which almost left him paralyzed – sent the group into production overtime, working on three different LP’s. The first of these albums, to be released next year, will be produced by Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton. “We have about 12 [cont.]

19 May, 2010 5:48 pm

Dark Night Of The Soul is an album by Danger Mouse and Mark Linkous aka Sparklehorse… joined by the following remarkable roll call of guests: Gruff Rhys, The Flaming Lips, Jason Lytle, Julian Casablancas, Black Francis, Iggy Pop, David Lynch, James Mercer, Nina Persson, Suzanne Vega and the late Vic Chesnutt. Rumours of this mysterious [cont.]

13 April, 2010 3:45 am

This is kind of cool…. Danger Mouse and James Mercer (The Shins) are Broken Bells, if you don’t know, and have teamed with MySpace Transmissions for a free downloadable EP, featuring “stripped stripped-back renditions of the songs performed and recorded during the session, including ‘The Ghost Inside’, ‘The High Road’, ‘October’ and ‘Vaporize’. These versions [cont.]

20 March, 2010 6:59 pm

The absence of Danger Mouse on this year’s Gorillaz LP was duly noted, with the end result sounding something closer to Damon Albarn’s last entry, The Good The Bad and The Queen. Still a quality release, it somehow lacked the diversity of the previous two records. Where was Danger this time around? Instead, working with [cont.]

11 March, 2010 7:33 am

Danger Mouse is live on drums… This shit is really dope. Broken Bells LP review coming soon….Big up to theaudiopervjr for catching this.

2 March, 2010 5:08 pm

Yesterday we alerted you that National Public Radio was offering full streams of the Gorillaz Plastic Dreams LP, and today they release full audio streams for Danger Mouse and James Mercer’s (The Shins) collaborative LP, Broken Bells. Check it out here. (Warning: rapping not included).

26 January, 2010 1:50 am

Featuring interviews with Chuck D, DJ Q-Bert, Pete Rock, Afrika Bambaataa, Aesop Rock, Mix Master Mike, De La Soul, Danger Mouse and a bunch of stuffy lawyers, this documentary examines the history of sampling in hip-hop music, and how the legalities behind it changed the entire landscape of hip-hop music. Perhaps the best quote in [cont.]

22 June, 2009 9:19 pm

That sneaky Brian Burton. Among Danger Mouse’s greatest hits in pissing off the RIAA and other members of the music industry are the following: 1) The pressing up of limited edition Jay-Z & The Beatles Grey Album vinyl LP’s, numbering them, and then sending them to his friends. After the whole fallout and cease of [cont.]

4 February, 2007 12:00 am

    It should be noted that the fact that The Good The Bad and The Queen is produced by Danger Mouse and features Gorillaz/Blur frontman, Damon Albarn in the lead, might lead listeners to believe that this was essentially another Gorillaz record. It’s not. This isn’t happy, danceable “Feel Good Inc” stuff, and there aren’t [cont.]

11 October, 2005 12:00 am

   It seems only natural that a producer that adopted his moniker from a superhero cartoon would link up with an emcee that took the guise of a marvel comic book character. Enter Dangerdoom, the brainchild of DJ Danger Mouse and MF Doom, which in the tradition of last year’s Madvillainy, pits the emcee vs. [cont.]

20 September, 2003 12:00 am

Heads sometimes need to be snatched back to when hip-hop was fun. In a time where bullshit like “making the band” and women shaking their tail feather is ruling the airwaves, Jemini The Gifted One brings along new beatsmith DJ Danger Mouse to transport hip hop back to the mid-nineties, when it was all about [cont.]

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