Video: Gorillaz – “Humility” From The Now Now, due June 29 on Parlophone/WMG. It’s June, y’all. Officially unofficially summer, which means the race for Summer Jam is on! Gorillaz submit their entry with a breezy number and video with shots of the band’s animated characters roller skating, playing chess and menacing basketball players along Venice … Continue reading New Gorillaz video: Humility
Phil reviews the new joint from Albarn and Co. and walks away dumbfounded.
New video from Damon Albarn and gang…
I love me some Gorillaz. I’ve been a fan of Damon Albarn‘s music since the early 90s when Blur was still mistakenly associated with “shoegazing” and “madchester” by music rags when in fact they were creating something entirely different and uniquely British. Blur crumbled (and are now slated to reform) and Albarn flew off in … Continue reading Gorillaz Documentary Trailer
I’ll be damned if The NME hasn’t done it again: Blur is reuniting. According to Billboard, the band will reform for “an open air show in London’s Hyde Park next summer.” The show is booked for July 3 and will be promoted by Live Nation, so I would bet they’re getting phat cash for this … Continue reading Blur to Reunite
The ever busy Damon Albarn tells the NME there will be no more Gorillaz records. A planned film with Terry Gilliam is to be the group’s swansong. “We’re trying to make a film next, starting in September hopefully,” said Albarn. “It will be a film score. There won’t be another pop record.” Both Gorillaz albums … Continue reading Gorillaz in the Mist – Cartoon group to disband
Rumors of a reunited Blur seem to be heating up again. Guitarist Graham Coxon left the band in 2002 and so far has refused to rejoin the band despite public requests from his former band members. The NME is reporting (second hand, now THIRD hand on GLONO!) that Blur bassist and Coxon have been in … Continue reading Blur to Reunite?