Sunday, November 1, 2009

From Pitchfork...
In 2004, When DOOM (then MF Doom) first teamed up with producer Madlib for a full-length album, the resulting spaced-out rap masterwork ended up as Pitchfork's #25 album of the decade. So it's a big deal that DOOM and Madlib have finally, finally reactivated their Madvillain project. At the moment, the two are hard at work on the mysterious follow-up to Madvillainy.

The new Madvillain album has no release date right now, but it'll eventually come out on Stones Throw. According to Stones Throw's publicist, Madlib will once again produce every track, and TV on the Radio production mastermind Dave Sitek is tentatively involved with the project. Mos Def also contributes to the album.

Last week on East Village Radio's Fat Beats Live show, DJ J.Rocc played a few work-in-progress snippets of tracks that could end up on the album. And they sound every bit as woozily free-associative as Madvillain classics like "Accordion" or "America's Most Blunted". DOOM: "I'd like to start off by thanking our sponsor / For financing the parts for this Frankenstein monster."

As previously reported, Madvillain will perform at the We the People Festival on November 21 in Los Angeles.


Preston H said...

I cannot wait for the new Madvillian! Also eagerly anticipating the Madlib Medicine Show.

Anonymous said...

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Preston H said...

I certainly have : ) It's bonkers.

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Preston H said...

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