A road trip from Blur to Everyday Robots
Albarn’s “most personal” album to date features Brian Eno and Bat For Lashes.
Plus, he offers a status update on Blur and Gorillaz.
13 years later, the two collaborators finally join forces.
He performed songs from Blur, Gorillaz, and The Good, the Bad, and the Queen, as well as his debut solo album.
Taken from the sessions for Plastic Beach.
“Its time, to quote the vernacular, to Rock and Roll!”
The soundtrack features Kanye, Eminem, Gorillaz, The Black Keys, and more.
“I used to read Mad magazine, actually.”
“We’ll come back to it when the time’s right.”
Parlophone is the home of Pink Floyd, Coldplay, Gorillaz, and more.
You’d likely never know otherwise.
Fact: We streamed a ton of tracks this year.
It’s been a fast, wild year.
Celebrate 50 years of electronic music from Kraftwerk to The Chemical Bros.
A star-studded cover from his new solo album Traveler.
It might get loud — on the silver screen.
Albarn suggests that both projects are over.
Radiohead, Memoryhouse, Summer Camp and more!
Jamie Hewellet fuses classic Gorillaz animation with real-life footage.
Update: Hear the extended 13-minute version now!
Hear a 30-second preview of “DoYaThing”.
We’ve got some Gorillaz’d up kicks for y’all.
Limited-edition bottle available in March.
For when you’re traipsing around Plastic Beach.
Still counts as Gorillaz on MTV.
It’s Halloween, everyone’s entitled to one good scare. Or 15.
15-track effort due out in November.
Only in America.
Hear an untitled collaboration with Damon Albarn and Kid Koala.
A disturbing picture of a world moving in reverse.
Snoop has some big guests.
MMJ, Big Star, and New Pornos, too.
“Things haven’t been great for a while.”
Get a glimpse into what it’s like to say hi to Bobby Womack