Netflix has been shoring up its animated children’s programming for some time, acquiring a hit-and-miss roster of film spin-offs, a pair of Lego tie-ins, and updates of familiar properties. A revamped version of the long-running spy spoof Danger Mouse adds some global appeal to the lineup, taking a classic brand name from the U.K. Show More Summary
Eventually, everything you enjoyed as a child will be revived in some capacity on Netflix. They’ve got a new Voltron series on the way, a show based on the work of Dr. Seuss, and a new adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate Events. Liked Stretch Armstrong as a young person? Netflix has got you covered. Show More Summary
Danger Mouse celebrates the iconic album with a 2006 rejected remix of 'Crazy.' Continue reading…
Sounds like: Cee Lo Green, John Legend, The Roots Song: Gnarls Barkley - Crazy (Danger Mouse Remix) What's so good? On the 10th anniversary of its release, Danger Mouse has dropped a remix of famed hit "Crazy." Originally performedShow More Summary
This week marks the 10th anniversary of Gnarls Barkley's St. Elsewhere, and to celebrate Danger Mouse – the production half of the duo he formed with Cee Lo Green – has been uploading photos and other artifacts of the era. Today, the producer born Brian Burton unearthed his "rejected" remix...
Danger Mouse dives back into the archives.
Gnarls Barkley’s 2006 time capsule “Crazy” recently turned 10 years old, and we looked back at the hit’s conception and lasting impact. Now, Danger Mouse has dipped into his archives — just like he did with this old Rapture demo last month — to share a little piece of history in the form of a […]
Last month, Danger Mouse unearthed a demo of the Rapture's "Every Little Thing." Today, he's gone back into the vault once again, sharing a previously unheard remix of Gnarls Barkley's 2006 hit song "Crazy" from the album St. Elsewhere. He...Show More Summary
Though the rebooted series has been airing for a while in the UK, there’s been no way for American fans of the spy-fi classic to catch up on Danger Mouse’ greatest, most fantastic adventures—until now. Read more...
Danger Mouse is back! No, not the musician renowned for his work with Danger Doom, Gnarls Barkley, Gorillaz, Beck, and The Black Keys. Most people who grew up during the 80s and early 90s will remember the #1 spy mouse of the day. Danger Mouse was an acclaimed cartoon series, satirizing the British spy genre, James […]
Danger Mouse and Penfold return in a revival of the cult 1980s series, which will be available beginning Friday on Netflix.
The new series debuts on Netflix this Friday, April 29 The post Danger Mouse Trailer: The World’s Greatest Superspy Returns appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Funny little yellow guys, a reboot of a classic high-tech superhero mouse cartoon, and Gervais opposite Vera Farmiga and Eric Bana.
Richard Roper (Hugh Laurie) is a philanthropist. At least, that’s what THE NIGHT MANAGER wants you to believe when the show begins. But that’s not the truth. Because Richard Roper is a man who buys and sells destruction and war. We’re in Cairo, Egypt in January of 2011, right in the middle of Arab Spring. […]
Back in 2006, New York City dance-punks the Rapture teamed up with Danger Mouse on their second full-length, Pieces Of The People We Love. Now, ten years later, the producer has uploaded an unreleased demo from those sessions called “Every Little Thing.” On Instagram, Danger Mouse shared a photo of him during a “milkshake break” […]
Say goodbye to the group with “Every Little Thing.”
Sam Cohen of Apollo Sunshine and Yellowbirds is staying busy. In addition to producing Kevin Morby’s excellent new album Singing Saw, Cohen just released his own solo debut Cool It on Danger Mouse’s 30th Century Records, and he’s currently on tour with White Denim. Today we have the visuals for Cool It standout “Let The […]
Danger Mouse has shared an unreleased demo recorded during his sessions for the Rapture's Pieces of the People We Love, as Fact points out. It was accompanied by a shot of their in-studio "milkshake break," dated 3/30/2006 – ten years ago yesterday. Hear the track above.
Autolux will end fans' six-year wait for a new album next week with the arrival of Pussy's Dead, the band's third LP and first on Danger Mouse's new 30th Century Records imprint. After previewing a pair of new album cuts – "Soft Scene" and "Change My Head" – the trio have unveiled...
LA trio Autolux may be your favorite band’s favorite band. Their new album Pussy’s Dead is coming out on Danger Mouse’s new label 30th Century Records. Their drummer Carla Azar plays in Jack White’s touring band and is one of the best in the world according to El-P. They count Thom Yorke and PJ Harvey […]