Godrich is mixing the album the band have written together with producer Danger Mouse.
American funk rock superstars Red Hot Chili Peppers have let slip more details about their forthcoming album, with a now-deleted tweet indicating the band are working with none other than Brian Joseph Burton, a.k.a. Danger Mouse. Chilis bass destroyer Flea outed the brains behind Gnarls Barkley and Broken Bells as the man at the helm
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
Obviously wanting to strike while the creative iron is hot, Frank Ocean has revealed in an interview with Zane Lowe that the follow-up to the uber successful CHANNEL Orange is a lot closer than any of us previously thought. It was only a matter of days ago that media caught on to the fact that
Duo Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi did a collaboration with Jack White early last year (under the name Rome), and have now followed it up with a special interactive video clip. The video is directed by Chris Milk, and is a teaser for an upcoming film project with Anthony Bregman (Eternal Sunshine) and Megan Ellison
The Black Keys have just announced that in order to make up for cancelling their last tour of Australia the blues rock duo will be paying us a visit in late 2012. Patrick Carney, the drummer/producer half of the two piece revealed their plans while speaking to triple j’s The Doctor about the release of
In news that will be disappointing to some and something akin to a stay of execution to others, U2 are unlikely to release an album this year, with their much-anticipated collaboration with Danger Mouse likely to come out in 2012.
Danger Mouse is at it again, working on a new project (on top of producing U2’s next studio album) teaming up with Italian composer Daniele Luppi on a new project called Rome, bringing in Jack White and Norah Jones. Inspired by 1960’s spaghetti western soundtracks, it turns out the project has been in the works
Music monolith EMI have proven their worth once again by destroying the hopes of music fans everywhere.