Articles tagged gorillaz

Nostalgia and Hip-Hop Entice Audiences to Meadows Music Festival

Gorillaz, M.I.A., Red Hot Chili Peppers, Future, LL Cool J and De La Soul were amongst the many acts that drew a crowd to Citi Field.

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The Meadows Festival to Bring Gorillaz, M.I.A., Run the Jewels and More to NYC

The Meadows Festival returns to NYC to close out the summer festival season (September 15-17) with a lineup that gravitates towards hip-hop.

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14 Aug 2017 // 8:38 AM

Gorillaz - “Strobelite” (Singles Going Steady)

In terms of Humanz, it's one of the best tracks as Peven Everett questions our hard-heartedness and inability to come together as a society.

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28 Apr 2017 // 2:30 AM

Gorillaz: Humanz

Gorillaz return with their fifth album, Humanz, their most chaotic release yet.

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29 Mar 2017 // 11:01 AM

Gorillaz - “Saturnz Barz (Spirit House)” (Singles Going Steady)

It's been a while since we heard from Gorillaz; this is a very solid way to return.

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22 Apr 2016 // 3:00 AM

The Oxford Handbook of Music & Virtuality

Blur's Damon Albarn and comic book artist Jamie Hewlett created the cyberworld Gorillaz as a critique and subversion of manufactured music. Does it succeed in its intentions?

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2 May 2011 // 10:10 PM

Gorillaz: The Fall

Gorillaz release an absorbing if necessarily inconsistent travelogue album recorded during their 2010 tour.

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14 Jan 2011 // 11:30 AM

The Year in Music: April 2010

M.I.A’s controversial music video for “Born Free” is released. In the clip, violence against red-haired people is used as a metaphor for

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22 Dec 2010 // 4:30 AM

The Year in Music: March 2010

Records were broken and notable songs were released in March 2010, which is the latest focus of our look at the year’s biggest events in

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Possible Grammy Nominees for Album of the Year?

Using a rumored submission list that leaked to the internet, here are some guesses as to what the Album of the Year Grammy nominees will

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Erland & The Carnival: Trouble in Mind EP

Erland Cooper teams up with musicians associated with the Verve, Gorillaz, and Paul McCartney's the Fireman, to produce something... different.

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Evolution of Damon Albarn (videos)

“Fifteen years ago, people were having actual arguments about who was better: Damon Albarn or Noel Gallagher? Good times.” That quote is from a Pitchfork

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Strictly Global: A Source for Music Videos on Broadcast TV

The kind of show you wished MTV would make.

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Gorillaz - Plastic Beach (new album / stream)

For a limited time only, the Guardian is streaming the upcoming Gorillaz’ album, which will be released 8 March. 1 .Orchestral Intro (ft. Sinfonia ViVA) 2. Welcome to

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21 Jan 2010 // 3:34 AM

Gorillaz Plastic Beach (Parlophone, Virgin) Releasing: 8 March (Europe), 9 March (US) Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett under the moniker Gorillaz release their third record this March

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30 Sep 2008 // 11:00 PM

Monkey: Journey to the West

A musical, circus stage show based on a 16th century Chinese novel about a monkey who dreamed of being a god? Damon Albarn must have something to do with it. But stripped of the fancy visuals, the music is left wanting.

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28 Aug 2008 // 10:59 PM

Bit of a Blur by Alex James

Blur was one of the biggest bands of the 1990s, a fact that everyone in the world was keenly aware of unless you lived in the United States.

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27 Nov 2007 // 10:00 PM

Gorillaz: D-Sides

What's so odd and peculiar about this album is simply how this set of song sketches and rejected ideas not only rivals its parent album in terms of quality, but, in many ways, it absolutely surpasses it.

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10 May 2006 // 1:00 AM

Gorillaz

One demonic day and another in clear color...

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25 May 2005 // 11:00 PM

	Gorillaz: Demon Days

Demon Days surpasses Gorillaz' debut in every conceivable way -- It's not just Damon's Wild Ride anymore.

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"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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