Because Blur and Gorillaz weren’t enough.
Luckily he got it back.
Looks like they’re pretty much best m8s now.
Familiar faces, fresh tunes.
The plot thickens.
Proof Gorillaz have “reactivated”
”Some of his ideas are brilliant, some of them are really bad, but that doesn’t matter… He’s interesting”
Former rivals take on covers of Gorillaz, The Good, The Bad & The Queen & The Clash.
The Black Keys, Alice In Chains, MGMT and more pay tribute to their murdered friend.
This week Gorillaz co-creator Jamie Hewlett said that there was a new Gorillaz album in the works and now the other man behind the project Damon Albarn has chimed in giving us a few cheeky details. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Albarn said that he’s “in the very early days” of working on a new Gorillaz
Looks like 2016 will be the year of the Gorilla. One of the masterminds behind quirky ‘toon alt-rock band Gorillaz, Jamie Hewlett, has confirmed that he and Blur’s Damon Albarn are working on the group’s next album, and they’re eyeing a 2016 release. Yep, the future is comin’ on. Albarn recently announced that the pair
Everyone (who isn’t a Metalocalypse fan)’s favourite virtual band, Gorillaz, have been teasing that their first new album in five years is on the horizon, and now we have a clearer idea of just how close that horizon is. On the eve of his main band Blur’s first Australian tour in almost two decades, Gorillaz
Over the weekend, Blur frontman and Gorillaz mastermind Damon Albarn got a little ~carried away~ at Denmark’s Roskilde Festival, and had to be forcibly removed by security after refusing to stop his marathon five-hour set. As Pitchfork reports, Albarn performed at the festival with the Africa Express project, and even gifted the audience with a
Blur frontman Damon Albarn has revealed that one of the songs on the band’s forthcoming album The Magic Whip was inspired by the tragic events of December’s Sydney siege hostage crisis in Martin Place. Albarn, who had to reschedule his Sydney Opera House solo performance due to the siege, has told NME that he watched
Blur frontman and Gorillaz mastermind Damon Albarn will take the stage twice tonight at the Sydney Opera house for back to back shows, after the tragic events that unfolded in the Sydney CBD over the past day forced him to cancel last night’s scheduled performance. As a special treat, he will be joined onstage by
Due to an ongoing siege in Sydney’s CBD today, Blur frontman Damon Albarn has announced the cancellation of tonight’s scheduled show at the Sydney Opera House as the venue is currently shut down. Albarn will make up for the show tomorrow evening with two Opera House performances. “Due to circumstances beyond our control, tonight’s Sydney
The 2014 version of Do They Know It’s Christmas?, the song Bob Geldof believes can help fund the fight against Ebola, has been given its international premiere. The track’s liner notes might read like a who’s who of the pop world, but not everyone is sure the single is an effective type of charity. The
Ever-prolific Blur frontman Damon Albarn hopes to release a new album with his quirky virtual band Gorillaz in 2016. If Albarn’s plan comes to fruition, the album would be the animated group’s first release since 2011’s The Fall, the free album offered to fan club members after 2010’s Plastic Beach. According to The Sydney Morning