Egyptian version of “Crazy,” the 2006 Gnarls Barkley single (a collaboration of Danger Mouse and Cee Lo Green):
It's always a good idea to listen to Danger Mouse.
AFP U2 bassist Adam Clayton says the group is working with producer Danger Mouse on a yet-to-be-titled album that could be out by year's end. According to fan site Atu2.com -- which cited a new interview Clayton did with Irish publication...Show More Summary
Not since The Grey Album by Danger Mouse has there been a Jay-Z mashup as good as this. Kentucky-based producer 2 Mello combined Jay-Z's rap lyrics with music from the 1995 Super Nintendo role-playing game Chrono Trigger to form a collection...Show More Summary
Both of my parents got their undergraduate degrees in musical performance. My father got his PhD in music history. My wife was in the marching band in high school. My daughter has cycled through piano (she was good), clarinet (she was good), and now, percussion (she’s getting better). Show More Summary
Portugal. The Man have all brought their A game to the visual medium today. The video for their seventh album’s lead single appears entirely in a green-filtered night vision that… Read more articles like "New: Portugal. The Man – “Evil Friends” (prod. by Danger Mouse)" on Pretty Much Amazing.
We’ve been waiting with baited breath to hear some of Portugal. The Man’s new album which was produced by Danger Mouse. Well today is that day as the HT faves has just released a video for the title track from the LP – Evil Friends –...Show More Summary
Frank Ocean revealed to BBC Radio 1 on Tuesday (February 19) that he has 10 or 11 songs recorded for his next album, and that he has enlisted the help of Pharrell and Danger Mouse. And now we’ve got another juicy morsel to savor for the next couple weeks: thanks to a fortuitous bit of... More »
Photo from Bonnaroo’s tumblr It’s official: Danger Mouse is producing the next Portugal. The Man album. I’d heard rumors of it for a while, but it’s great to see these photos of him working in the studio with the group. No word yet on a release date or any of those juicy details, but at [...]
Frank Ocean is in England for the BRIT Awards, and Tuesday (February 19) he spoke to BBC Radio 1?s Zane Lowe and spilled a bunch of details about his channel ORANGE follow-up, including the fact that he’s “like 10, 11 songs into this next thing.” Ocean has already hit the studio with super-producer Pharrell — who was credited on... More »
Yesterday, the typically media-shy Frank Ocean sat down with BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe to chat about James Blake, his big Grammy night, his studio habits, and making "No Church in the Wild", as well as field a number of listener questions. Show More Summary
Calling The Grey Album a mashup doesn’t do justice to Danger Mouse’s incredible project. The deft blend of Beatles instrumentals with The Black Album‘s bars was arguably a better piece [...] The post The iPod Shuffle – Jay-Z x The Beatles’ “Encore” appeared first on The Smoking Section.
We live in a world where artists, but particularly rappers, can get unbelievably famous before ever releasing an official album. On one hand, this puts incredible pressure on young, still fairly green artists to knock it out of the park...Show More Summary
Danger Mouse and Clams Casino also had a hand.
This week, A$AP Rocky confirmed the tracklist for his long-awaited major-label debut Long.Live.A$AP. Now, we have the production credits, and they're just as weighty as the features roster: Skrillex (!?!), Clams Casino, Danger Mouse, Hit-Boy and a whole slew of others made beats for this record. Show More Summary
Audio engineer John Stewart has remastered Danger Mouse’s seminal mashup album, The Grey Album. The album combined the classic sounds of the The Beatles’ White Album and Jay-Z’s The Black Album. The remastered version has a crisper, cleaner sound perfect for those… Music: Danger Mouse Presents The Grey Album (Remastered) is a post by Brock Cardiner on Highsnobiety.
Upon its recent reissue, Danger Mouse's influential mashup of Jay-Z and the Beatles goes back under the lens.
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Song: The Beatles vs. Jay Z - What More Can I Say (Danger Mouse Mashup) [download here] What's so good? Remember The Grey Album? Yeah, Danger Mouse basically ushered in the rage of mashups with it. And...Show More Summary
Sound engineer John Stewart has never fallen out of love with DJ Danger Mouse's genius 2004 Grey Album, a mashup of the Beatles' White Album and Jay-Z's Black Album (and neither have I). He's got a golden ear, and over the years, the little audio infelicities in his copy have been niggling at him, so [...]
It’s been eight years since producer Danger Mouse aka Brian Burton released his influential mash-up album. Combining Jay-Z’s The Black Album and The Beatles (which you know as the ‘white album’), The Grey Album opened the door for aShow More Summary