What's so good? I mean, the title pretty much sums this one up. It's safe to say that you can start to expect big things from Gorillaz's fifth LP. Unfortunately for Damon Albarn, one half of the animated duo, hype around the album is...Show More Summary
Forthcoming album will also feature Snoop Dogg.
The guest list for De La Soul’s new album, and the Anonymous Nobody..., includes, among many others, sometime collaborator Damon Albarn and Snoop Dogg. In a new interview with the Guardian, the group’s Pos has explained how the collaborations...Show More Summary
Blur frontman Damon Albarn began teasing the return of his virtual band Gorillaz in 2014. Then, in summer 2015, he said the group would start recording its follow-up to 2011’s The Fall that September. Now, in a recent interview withShow More Summary
The Band's Co-founder Spoke To BBC Radio 6 About The Record's Progress.
The follow-up to Plastic Beach "should be ready fairly soon.”
Gorillaz’ follow-up to Plastic Beach has been looming for a while now. Their return has been teased several times, with Jamie Hewlett and Damon Albarn confirming that they were planning to record new music in September. Then, footage of them working on new Gorillaz music in the studio surfaced. Show More Summary
"I'm loving it and it's getting there."
On August 26, De La Soul will release their new album, which features David Byrne, Damon Albarn, Snoop Dogg, and more. Ahead of that, they've written a new song about... Angry Birds. “Action” appears in the new update for Angry Birds Action!, the latest iteration of the popular mobile game. Show More Summary
"Democracy has failed us," Blur lead singer Damon Albarn announced gravely to the hungover crowds gathered to watch the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians at Glastonbury Festival on Friday morning. "Democracy has failed us because it was ill-informed." Normally, Glastonbury Festival is a bubble. Show More Summary
In a historic referendum, Britain voted to leave the European Union, leaving a wave of economic uncertainty that has left many musicians and entertainment industry members crestfallen and outraged. On Friday, British musicians like Blur's Damon Albarn and British indie pop band Bastille used the stages of Glastonbury Festival as a platform. "Democracy failed...
Last night, in a historic referendum, Britain voted to leave the European Union. Many musicians and industry figures who supported remaining in the EU took to social media to express dismay at the result. (The "Brexit" will have far-reaching implications for the music industry. Show More Summary
Damon Albarn And The Orchestra Of Syrian Musicians At Glastonbury: A Celebration Of Unity Cast In Shadow By Brexit
Music is a universal language that unites people around the world. It reminds us of who we are, where we come from, and the moments that matter the most.Tomorrow, the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians, which features former and current members...Show More Summary
In 1998, Blur singer Damon Albarn and comics artist Jamie Hewlett, dissatisfied with the so-called MTV generation, decided to form a new kind of band. There was too much emphasis on image over music, they felt, and, worse yet, young kids were being conditioned to focus on just a few genres at the expense of all others. Show More Summary
Kaptain Kristian takes a look at one of our favorite bands. Created by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett, Gorillaz is a modern-day supergroup, with a constantly changing lineup, a free-flowing, enigmatic style, and fronted by a stable of four archetypal animated characters.
Last year, Damon Albarn let it slip that he was going to start working on a new Gorillaz album, and artist Jamie Hewlett confirmed that the follow-up to 2010’s The Fall (or Plastic Beach, if you don’t want to count The Fall) would be coming sometime this year. But it looks like things are running […]
As previously mentioned, rap legends De La Soul are releasing the new crowdfunded album And the Anonymous Nobody on August 26, with guest appearances by Damon Albarn, Little Dragon, David Byrne, Pete Rock, and more. The Snoop Dogg-featuring single "Pain" is out now... Continue reading…
With only a few weeks to go until the festival’s door’s open, Emily Eavis has announced the acts on each major stage of this year’s festival. One interesting surprise is that Damon Albarn will be performing at the festival this year, just not with Blur, but with the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians. Show More Summary