Danger Mouse-produced, Electric Guest dropped their debut album, Mondo, this week. The outrageously catchy tune already got picked up for tv spots by HBO; you will probably …
This tune is fantastic 60s throwback pop at it’s best. Maybe it has something to do with production by Danger Mouse (Black Keys, The Rapture, Beck, Broken Bells). Electric Guest dropped their debut EP dropped in March.
A mysterious white planet has appeared in the solar system threatening life on Earth.
Is a baby Jaws, shark’s kin? Why is there no bathing in Oxford Street and can Danger Mouse put a dent in a maloontent who’s 100 percent cement?
The country has been gripped by a mysterious sneezing epidemic and … aaachooo! Sorry. Only Danger Mouse can stop it.
K-ZONK! Things are disappearing all over London and…K-ZONK! That includes Dangermouse and Penfold! Can Doctor Crumhorn’s negative energy field transmitter have anything to do with it?
When Dangermouse and Penfold find themselves under the influence of the magical swapping stone of Melekhin the Magnificent, things go horribly wrong. But don’t they always?
Goddess-worshipping tribe of Amazonian ants are looking for a human sacrifice – until they meet Penfold!
What’s the mad Dock doing with a geranium pink bicycle clip and why are Penfold’s eyebrows in his turn-ups? Danger Mouse is appalled but who’s the culprit with baritone voice?
Is Dangermouse dreaming as Penfold joins the Sancho Panza Division – only to come off his donkey and second best to a windmill? Sip a zapateado and see.
While flying over the Sahara, the Mark 111 develops a fault and crash lands in the desert. Well, at least they won’t go hungry. Why? Because of all the sand which is there!
Something has come over Penfold – and it’s not his pink fluffy bunny duvet – so the White Wonder is wondering why he’s wonderful. And who? And has Crumhorn blown it? Answers on a wheelbarrow to…
Danger mouse finds the States in a state because Liberty’s been liberated. Some of the U.S.’s famous sights are there and some aren’t – but Penfold’s aunt is and, boy, is she some aunt!
A giant beast runs amok in Canada, laying waste everything in its path. Can Danger Mouse save the Land of the Maple Leaf? And has Penfold remembered his sherbert lemons?
Dangermouse spies with his little… er… sorry – with his eye, something beginning with “T.” It’s Ter-ouble with a capital “G.” Enter Penfold with a folding tea-pot and a packet of Pole tacks.