Shortly following the television show's United Kingdom debut, Sony Pictures has picked up "Danger Mouse" for a big screen debut.
Danger Mouse is as suave as ever in the opening sequence from the revival of cult-favorite animated series, which premiered this week in the U.K.
New era for London's favourite cartoon.
The Shins’ James Mercer and Danger Mouse have come together again as Broken Bells to share a new single. They were last seen together early last year on the tepidly-received After the Disco. Continue reading
James Mercer of the Shins and prolific producer Danger Mouse (aka Brian Joseph Burton) first collaborated as Broken Bells in 2010 and, five years later, they’re still doing it. They followed up their self-titled debut with After The Disco in 2014, and today’s song “It’s That Talk Again” is the first thing we’ve heard since […]
James Mercer and Danger Mouse return, but are not quite done with the disco.
Broken Bells, the collaborative project of the Shins ' James Mercer and Danger Mouse, have shared a new song titled "It's That Talk Again". The four-minute cut marks the first we've heard from them since last year's album AfterShow More Summary
Adele’s got a bunch of superstar collaborators working on her upcoming highly-anticipated third record: Max Martin, Danger Mouse, Ryan Tedder, and Tobias Jesso Jr. are confirmed, and we know that Phil Collins was
Photo by Linda Brownlee Adele's forthcoming record, the follow-up to 2011's 21, is coming soon. As reported previously, collaborators include Tobias Jesso Jr, Swedish pop master Max Martin, Danger Mouse, and OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder. Show More Summary
Demetrious Johnson defended his UFC Flyweight Championship against John Dodson at UFC 191 in another technical masterpiece. Mighty Mouse was never in any danger in this fight and showed he is the best flyweight on Earth. Dodson was never a factor in this fight. Show More Summary
Sounds like: MF Doom, Ghostface Killah Song: Dangerdoom - Sofa King What's so good? Today is slow as heck, so I've decided to take you way back to one of my favorite hip-hop albums of all time. MF Doom + Danger Mouse are a dream team on paper, and even better on vinyl. Show More Summary
Put into the wrong hands, the mouse could turn into one of the most dangerous things you can plug into your computer. The mouse has been a part of a basic computer system ever since Microsoft adopted a graphical interface. No longer did you have to type commands at a blanking command prompt. Show More Summary
Mickey and Minnie’s wish to live happily ever after is put in danger after Pete steals all the coins from the wishing well. From Disney Shorts
Known to many for his work on the Grey Album and as one half of Gnarls Barkley, and also for his production work with The Black Keys, Gorillaz, Norah Jones, and many others, producer Danger Mouse is officially launching his own record label.
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Brian Burton, aka Danger Mouse, has announced 30th Century Records, his imprint in collaboration with Columbia Records. Beginning this fall, the world-renowned artist, songwriter and producer will oversee a label comprised of artists he is personally signing. Show More Summary
Danger Mouse has had plenty of projects to keep him busy, including production work on recent albums from U2, A$AP Rocky, Gorillaz, Beck, Norah Jones, the Black Keys, and more. Now, the Broken Bells, Gnarls Barkley, Rome, and Grey Album mastermind is starting his own label. Show More Summary
Danger Mouse has announced his own Columbia Records imprint, 30th Century Records, which will feature artists personally signed by the songwriter-producer. Danger Mouse – best known for high-profile collaborations (Gnarls Barkley, Broken Bells) and production work (U2, the Black Keys, Beck) – will debut the label with his first signing, experimental rock...
Serious question: Has Danger Mouse climbed to the top of the producer power rankings? Brian Burton keeps nabbing more and more prominent clients; in recent years he’s worked with marquee names such as Norah Jones, A$AP Rocky, even U2, and he reunited with the now-dominant Black Keys on Turn Blue. And now he seems to […]
A comedy take that's more "Family Guy" than James bond drives a new "Danger Mouse" with a more complete cast than ever before.