Tag Archives: Danger Mouse

New Danger Mouse video: Chase Me ft. Run the Jewels and Big Boi

Video: Danger Mouse – “Chase Me” (ft. Run the Jewels and Big Boi) From the Baby Driver soundtrack, out now on 30th Century/Columbia. Danger Mouse samples the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion’s 1994 classic “Bellbottoms.” Annoying that there’s not a higher resolution video on YouTube, but that’s 90s music for you. It exists in the ephemeral … Continue reading New Danger Mouse video: Chase Me ft. Run the Jewels and Big Boi

Danger Mouse-Sparklehorse-David Lynch Album Scrapped

Video: Dark Night Of The Soul Despite the fact that you can stream the album in its entirety right now at NPR, it looks like Dark Night of the Soul, the collaboration between Danger Mouse, Sparklehorse, and David Lynch with vocals by James Mercer, Wayne Coyne, Gruff Rhys, Jason Lytle, Julian Casablancas, Frank Black, Iggy … Continue reading Danger Mouse-Sparklehorse-David Lynch Album Scrapped

Beck Streaming New Song Recorded With Danger Mouse

So, rumor has it Beck will be rushing out his new album, recorded with Danger Mouse over the last few months, for a June release. He’s streaming one track, “Chemtrails,” from the new album and it sounds a LOT like the 1971 (release date edited for truthiness–ed.) single “The Four Horsemen” by Aphrodite’s Child that … Continue reading Beck Streaming New Song Recorded With Danger Mouse

The Grey Album: The Return of Sampling, The End of New Music, and The Fall of Western Civilization

The Grey AlbumDJ Danger Mouse has created the most significant rap album since Paul’s Boutique, and the only one that can lay claim to a significant political stance in the upcoming battle over copyright laws.