30.08.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - How easy was it to shift from calling the shots as a producer to working once again with Brian Burton, aka Danger Mouse, as a co-producer and co-writer on El Camino? They had worked together before, most recently on Tighten Up, the only track on
03.09.2012 [NME.com] - The December tour will begin nearly a year to the day that the duo released their seventh and most recent album, 'El Camino'. The album, produced by Danger Mouse aka Brian Burton, debuted at Number Two in the US and has since gone gold in the UK.
10.12.2010 by New Music Michael Broken Bells is a duo comprised of Brian Burton (better known as Danger Mouse), and James Mercer, frontman for indie band The Shins. Released March 9, their debut self-titled effort reached #7 on the US charts, and #16 in Canada. ...
In this latest installment of BriTunes, Brian Burton, a.k.a. Danger Mouse, talks to Brian Williams about looking to music for that thing 'that half breaks your heart a little bit... - 07.28.2010, MSNBC
14.09.2012 [Romainunclick] - ... di New York Norah Jones ritorna all'Auditorium Parco della Musica di Roma (sala Santa Cecilia) con la sua suggestiva miscela di jazz, soul, blues e pop per presentare il nuovo album, Little broken hearts, prodotto da Danger Mouse (aka Brian Burton).
14.09.2012 [Metro France] - En 2010, l'enregistrement de l'album commence sous l'impulsion du mentor d'Asa Taccone, Brian Burton, plus connu sous le pseudo Danger Mouse, DJ de Gnarls Barkley et producteur de Gorillaz. Avec une telle caution, le son ne pouvait qu'être bon.
13.09.2012 [The List] - Aside from the input of Brian Burton, aka Danger Mouse, on a couple of tracks (Cale mysteriously describes collaboration as 'taking every expression of someone's personality and using it in a song'), the sessions were low budget ones in which he played
08.09.2012 [Local IQ] - iQ: You've recently been working with Danger Mouse (Brian Burton) on a side project, Broken Bells, which seems like a mix of traditional rock 'n' roll and electronic music. What are your thoughts on the resurgence of electronica? JM: “It's funny, it's