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NY Magazine - April 2010

Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett on Plastic Beach, Skyping With Snoop Dogg, and Their Next Opera

By Lane Brown

For previous Gorillaz albums, after they’d spent years on the music and artwork, Damon Albarn and illustrator Jamie Hewlett have left most of the publicity campaigning to their cartoon avatars. 875 more words

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Q Magazine - 2001

Gorillaz Interview

Welcome to the new world where the Gorillaz return cartoon rock – or more precisely , zombie hip-hop – to the top of the charts with a little bit of help from the Net. 4,702 more words

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Reliving Some Of The Best Glastonbury Performances In Recent Years

The Glastonbury festival starts this week, and to get you excited, we’re looking back at five of its best performances in recent years. Some of the most famous acts in the world have played the English festival, and knowing the significance of the event, they come with their absolute best. 422 more words

Music

Gorillaz & Daniela Andrade: "Feel Good Inc." (2nd Room Remix)

I liked the original, I liked the cover, and I even like this remix of the cover. Holy moly I think “Feel Good Inc.” should become my new girlfriend. 15 more words

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Blur - Magic Whip

( I had reviewed this album for Grapevine Magazine and the same can be viewed here – http://grapevineonline.in/album-review-the-magic-whip-by-blur/ )

Blur’s most famous song, outside of the UK and certain other countries, is called ‘Song 2’. 1,502 more words

Indie Rock

Demon Days

Gorillaz played a hugely formative role in both my high school and college years. I played the hell out of their self-titled debut album Gorillaz… 2,207 more words