Sounds like: Broken Bells, Electric Guest, MGMT Song: James Supercave - Burn What's so good? James Supercase seems to have taken a bit of inspiration from Danger Mouse (albeit perhaps not intentionally), because that opening bass riff sounds a whole lot like Broken Bells. That ain't a bad thing. Show More Summary
What's so good? You're one of the greatest bands ever, and you've decided to release a new album. Expectations are higher than higher, so who could you possibly trust to get you across the finish line? Obviously Danger Mouse, aka Brian...Show More Summary
Alt rock veterans team up with Danger Mouse for first LP in five years.
Experimental pop outfit will release a new LP via Danger Mouse's 30th Century Records.
Danger Mouse's Columbia Records imprint, 30th Century Records, launched with the promise that they would eventually release a new Autolux album. The shoegaze outfit's new record is now on the way. It's called Pussy's Dead and it's out April 1. Show More Summary
Researchers have identified a cellular circuit that helps the mouse brain to remember which environments are safe, and which are harmful. Their study also reveals what can happen when that circuitry is disrupted -- and may offer new insight into the treatment of conditions such as posttraumatic stress, panic and anxiety disorders.
Los Angeles band contributes a new track to label boss Danger Mouse's first compilation.
Appearing on the debut release from Danger Mouse's new label, 30th Century Records.
Brian "Danger Mouse" Burton's new label, 30th Century Records, the Gnarls Barkley producer's imprint for Columbia Records, will share its inaugural release on December 18th in the form of 30th Century Records Compilation Volume I. The guitar-minded collection features 30th Century–signed artists like Autolux, Apache Sun and Maybird alongside tracks...
Danger Mouse recently announced that he was launching his own Columbia Records imprint, 30th Century Records. He'll introduce the label with a new compilation called, simply, 30th Century Records Compilation Volume 1. It's out December 18 and features Dan Auerbach's band the Arcs, Autolux, and more. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Max Frost, Electric Guest Song: Neil Thomas - Home What's so good? Listening to "Home," I won't blame you if you suspect a) it's Max Frost in disguise; b) it was produced by Danger Mouse. Neither of those are true though,...Show More Summary
Lacking an immune system means it's a struggle to recognise certain smells – if you're a mouse. And it could be to stop you sniffing out dangers
by Andrew Sacher Adele will release her third album, 25, on November 20. According to an interview with Zane Lowe, it's going to be her last one named after her age, and the album reportedly features collaborations with Danger Mouse...
Suffragette is a drama that tracks the story of the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement, women who were forced underground to pursue a dangerous game of cat and mouse with an increasingly brutal State. These women were not primarily from the genteel educated classes, they were working women who had seen peaceful protest achieve nothing. Show More Summary
It looks like Danger Mouse might be getting some big screen action! Recently revived and peppered with the vocal talents of Alexander Armstrong, Kevin Eldon, John Oliver, Lena Headey, and Stephen Fry, the classic 1980’s animated series has apparently (according to The Tracking Board) been picked up by Sony Pictures Animation and Studio Canal to […]
In a shocking turn of events it has now come out that a feature length animated film for the hit kids series "Danger Mouse" will soon be on its way. The film will have Sony Pictures Animation backing in it, and the show's original creator overseeing the project. Show More Summary
Our friends across the pond just recently got to see the reboot of the 80s animated series Danger Mouse, which originated in the United Kingdom in the 80s, and it sounds like a feature film adaptation isn’t far behind. A Danger Mouse...Show More Summary
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.