When the duo of James Mercer (The Shins) and Brian Burton (Danger Mouse) decided to once again put their heads together as Broken Bells, they were thinking bigger than simply a record. Their aim was to create a motif that transcended not only the sophomore LP, which they titled After the Disco, but the two-part
Dynamic duo James Mercer (of The Shins) and super-producer Danger Mouse have joined forces once again as Broken Bells. They’re set to drop their second collaborative effort After The Disco, this February but you can stream it right now exclusively via Music Feeds! Fans got a taste of the forthcoming record with the single, Holding
New York City’s Governors Ball has just dropped its lineup announcement for the 2014 instalment of the festival and it’s a corker – apart from the previously announced Outkast, this year’s festivities will be graced by Jack White, The Strokes, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix and TV on the Radio. Wowzers. If that wasn’t enough for you,
Spacey indie duo Broken Bells, composed of Brian Burton, known to fans as super-producer Danger Mouse, and James Mercer, frontman of indie rock heroes The Shins, have given fans the latest taste of their upcoming album, After The Disco, by unveiling the record’s title track as a single. After The Disco is slated for release
Hot on the heels of Broken Bells‘ sophomore album After the Disco, the creative duo of The Shins‘ James Mercer and producer Danger Mouse have released their latest track Holding On For Life which sees the two tap their inner G-Funk while flying The Bee Gees flag high. Much like some sort of multi-dimensional being,
Broken Bells have popped their head up briefly to inform fans that we can expect to have a new record from the pair, dubbed After The Disco, as soon as January 2014. It may seem like a fair way off but when you’ve been waiting 4 long years for an album, what’s a couple of
Why has the notion of the ‘odd couple’ always been so intriguing? People are always banging on about the way ‘opposites attract’ and all that, so why are we so stunned when those opposites get together and show us how good things can be? I mean, Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney seemed to be on
It was a safe bet that I was going to like at least 50% of the new Broken Bells self-titled album, being that I am a Shins lover through and through.