Sounds like: The Shins, Damon Albarn, Beck, The Black Keys Song: Broken Bells - Control What's so good? Since Broken Bells' debut in 2010, The Shin’s James Mercer and producer extraordinaire Brian Burton (Danger Mouse) have been swirling funky tones into cinematically inspired sci-fi dance grooves. Show More Summary
The logo that opens the show is for Thames Television, the third U.K. channel at the time Flying Circus was airing. For me, it makes me think of watching Danger Mouse and Count Duckula on Nickelodeon when I was growing up; a semi-random association that nevertheless seems appropriate. Show More Summary
The BBC revealed that some previously male characters will be depicted as female in the updated version of Danger Mouse.
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin Broken Bells @ Firefly Music Fest 6/22/2014 Broken Bells (aka James Mercer & Danger Mouse) were in NYC last night (6/23), playing The Late Show with David Letterman, performing "Control" from their most recent album,...
James Mercer may have reactivated the Shins long enough to record “So Now What,” their song for the soundtrack to Zach Braff’s Wish I Was Here, but he’s still keeping busy with Broken Bells, his duo with Danger Mouse. Last night, they were the musical guests on the Late Show With David Letterman, where they [...]
Watch the Shins' James Mercer and Danger Mouse rock out as the band Broken Bells
"Danger Mouse" may have been one of the world's greatest animated parodies, and now there will be new episodes coming to television. British broadcaster CBBC has announced that new episodes will air on the children's network beginning in 2015.According to The Hollywood Reporter, this animated story of a super-spy mouse will get 52 new episodes. Show More Summary
Determined not to let America win the transatlantic remake race, the BBC—which recently relaunched Teletubbies, only to be answered by a revived Powerpuff Girls—has announced that it is also bringing back Danger Mouse. The network has...Show More Summary
No, not the DJ, but the British cartoon superspy - and his sidekick Penfold - who amused children stateside on Nickelodeon in the '80s. He's getting a TV reboot next year. Perhaps fittingly, al...
He's the greatest, he's fantastic, and wherever there is danger he'll be there. And now Danger Mouse is coming BACK to television! Read more...
Credits: © Cosgrove/Hall Productions / YouTube screen shot of BBC show character Danger Mouse @ Danger Mouse Official YouTube Alt Text: BBC's animated character Danger Mouse The rodent spy Danger Mouse and his sidekick Penfold are set...Show More Summary
The most understandable of these is Gerry and Sylvia Anderson?s most recognizable creation, Thunderbirds, followed by a revival of the British animated spy comedy Danger Mouse. But the most boggling is a massive episode order for an update of the color-oozing Teletubbies. Show More Summary
For years, makers of mouse and rat poisons in the U.S. have been phasing out in-home rodenticides that use toxic pellets without a so-called “bait station” to contain them, allowing to pellets to scatter around a house, making their way into the mouths of curious kids. In fact, only one company has balked at pulling these potentially dangerous products from … [More]
Broken Bells at Webster Hall in March (more by PSquared) Broken Bells, the duo of Shins singer James Mercer and producer/instrumentalist Danger Mouse (also of Gnarls Barkley and many others), have been supporting this year's After the Disco on tour...
Bruh, just let it go. Columbus Short Reportedly Violated Restraining Order Multiple Times According to TMZ reports: Ex-”Scandal” star Columbus Short is playing a dangerous and illegal game of cat and mouse … repeatedly contacting his estranged wife
Ex-"Scandal" star Columbus Short is playing a dangerous and illegal game of cat and mouse... repeatedly contacting his estranged wife in violation of a court order... so claims his ex.Tanee McCall-Short's lawyer claimed in court Wednesday he…
In the 2000s, the musical mashup genre saw a peak of popularity with releases like The Grey Album from Danger Mouse that mixed The Beatles and Jay-Z. UK artist James Pursey from Carwow decided to take the same concept of shoehorning two disparate things together but applied the concept to cars. Show More Summary
I admit it. I’m suffering from an intense case of post-vacation wanderlust. That’s the danger with travel. If you give a mouse a cookie, next thing you know the mouse wants to hop a plane, then a train, then backpack through France in search of the perfect croissant. A couple weeks ago I had a […] The post Look Up appeared first on Brains on Fire.
Though it won’t be released until May 12, you can hear the Black Keys’ highly anticipated eighth album, Turn Blue, today. Featuring production work from Danger Mouse and the Keys themselves, we’ve already heard three outstanding tracks...Show More Summary
Broken Bells are in California and between Coachella weekends, and amazingly enough, Danger Mouse is not using the moment to produce another kinda-flat album for another arena-rock band. Instead, he and James Mercer appeared on last night’s episode of Conan, performing “Control,” an icy early-’80s-style rocker from their new album After The Disco. Their stage [...]