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Gorillaz: Doncamatic

Gorillaz: Doncamatic

Named for one of the world’s earliest drum machines, Gorillaz latest single features vocals by soulful UK singer Daley, and a typically catchy electronic backing track.

NYC Lights

NYC Lights

Composed entirely from lights that artist Chateau Bezerra found throughout New York City, this experimental music video synchronizes perfectly with Gorilllaz track On Melancholy Hill.

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Gorillaz in Concert

Gorillaz in Concert

After their appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman, the virtual rock band Gorillaz put on a 45-minute concert at the Ed Sullivan Theater. Click the pic and watch the entire concert right now.

Gorillaz: Rhinestone Eyes

Gorillaz: Rhinestone Eyes

While it’s not the finished music video for Gorillaz latest single, Jamie Hewlett’s inimitable comic style comes across in this clip showing off the storyboard for what we only hope is an upcoming video.

Gorillaz: Journey to Plastic Beach

Gorillaz: Journey to Plastic Beach

To kick off their UK and European tour, bass guitarist and band-leader Murdoc narrates this part-animated, part-real world film which is well worth the 15+ minute watch for fans of the band.

Gorillaz: On Melancholy Hill

Gorillaz: On Melancholy Hill

Jamie Hewlett’s video for Gorillaz hits iTunes today (6/15), and not only is it a catchy tune, it’s got guns, bombs, a one-eyed octopus, a sinking ship and a sub that looks like a shark. Here’s a tease.

Music Video: Gorillaz – Stylo

Music Video: Gorillaz – Stylo

Gorillaz’ “Stylo” has a bit of awesome for everyone: the hybrid animated/live action music video features an Camaro/El Camino car chase, sprinkle donuts, the grim reaper, and Bruce Willis.

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