Check out the official video launch for Converse’s newest 3 Artists, 1 Song titled “DoYaThing” featuring Gorillaz, Andre 3000, and James Murphy. To find out more information and to download the track for free visit: http://bit.ly/DoYaThing
Gorillaz, Andre 3000, and James Murphy team for this song for Converse’s Three Artists, One Song series. Dana Dane is pissed right now.
Gorillaz have released a new “tour soundtrack” album, entitled The Fall, free for the holidays. Grab it over at Gorillaz.Com.
Recorded just a few weeks ago, Gorillaz were so excited about this stunning new cut, they wanted to unleash it onto the world as soon as humanly possible. All bouncing beats, deep funk grooves and sumptuous soothing vocals (courtesy of hot new British talent Daley), this track just makes you want to move. And in [cont.]
Gorillaz are touring the U.S…. We’d have to guess that they’ll be bringing some of their stateside collaborators with them on certain dates…. Snoop? Del? De La Soul? Mos Def? Anything can happen…. October 3 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre – On sale August 14 October 5 – Wallingford, CT – Oakdale Theatre – [cont.]
Gorillaz prep this mini-documentary for Hulu, to promote their recent Plastic Beach release. Narrated by Murdoc himself.
Latest video from Gorillaz off their last album Plastic Beach. Check it out above.
Gorillaz perform tracks from both their new album and self titled debut, with a little help from Tiny Tempah.
Gorillaz and Bobby Womack perform “Stylo” off the album, “Plastic Beach.” No cartoons here.
During the recording process, Damon Albarn suggested that Gorillaz third album, Plastic Beach, would be the most pop thing he has ever done. Certainly the British interpretation of “pop” is different from the American one, as there is no Britney Spears or Lady Gaga included on this disc. However the opposite may be true, as [cont.]
Today sees the release of two major major-label releases, from Gorillaz with “Plastic Beach” and Ludacris with “Battle of The Sexes”…. Both releases are available everywhere, but the question is, who has the best deal on each album? Let’s take a look. As far as Gorillaz “Plastic Beach” is concerned, it’s available in FIVE different [cont.]
The influx of Gorillaz content does not stop. Taken from Plastic Beach, dropping next tuesday.
NPR scores the exclusive first web-stream rights for Gorillaz new Plastic Beach album, dropping next week. Features include Mos Def, Snoop Dogg, De La Soul, Bobby Womack, Super Furry Animals’ Gruff Rhys, Little Dragon, The Lebanese National Orchestra for Oriental Arabic Music, and more. Go here to listen (but be sure to come back…)
A new day, a new update on Gorillaz Plastic Beach…. Today we have the album sampler, and some news: Stylo” the first music video from the Gorillaz’ forthcoming album Plastic Beach is due to premiere globally on YouTube at 5am GMT on March 2nd, 2010. The video follows Gorillaz bass playing demigod Murdoc Niccals through [cont.]
Wow, this is real dope. Second entry from Gorillaz’s Plastic Beach hitting March 9th…. If you were around during the 3 Feet High & Rising / De La Soul Is Dead era, this type of behavior from De La Soul is what we would expect – not, uh… “Pawn Star”. Anyway, this is a goofy [cont.]
As always, you can expect an onslaught of remixes to accompany any Gorillaz single. While “Stylo” remixes have already started bombarding the house music scene, on this version, Philly’s Chiddy Bang jumps on, offering a more hip-hop feel to the original’s atmospheric style. Def is still in tact, but Bobby Womack is reduced to an [cont.]
Official HD Trailer for the fantastic new video from Gorillaz for ‘Stylo (ft. Bobby Womack & Mos Def)’, taken from the forthcoming album ‘Plastic Beach’.
First offering from Gorillaz upcoming third LP, Plastic Beach, due out March 9th. Not sure if Danger Mouse is involved this time around, but as usual we get an eclectic mix of legendary artists, this time Mos Def, soul singer Bobby Womack, and of course Damon Albarn. The track is reminiscent of Def’s cover of [cont.]
It started as a one-off “super-group” project between Blur’s Damon Albarn, Dan The Automator, Del The Funky-Homosapien, Cibo Matto’s Miho Hatori, and cartoonist Jamie Hewlett, but instead blossomed into a cult-classic record. The Gorillaz self-titled magnum-opus caught on like wild-fire, spawning legions of fans, two offshoot discs (G-Sides and Space Monkeys Vs. Gorillaz), and [cont.]
All we wanted was an instrumental album. After being thoroughly impressed (yet again) by Dan The Automator’s leap into the alternative-rock genre with last year’s surprise mainstream smash, Gorillaz, (which initially only got hip-hop’s attention thanks to the two Del The Funkee Homosapien tracks), it seemed a bit uncharacteristic of Dan to leave us hanging [cont.]
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