The Avalanches have shared an MF DOOM remix of their song 'Tonight May Have to Last Me All My Life'.
The remix features on the new 20th anniversary deluxe edition of the Aussie group's classic debut album 'Since I Left You', which came out today (June 4th). Alongside Doom's remix of 'Tonight May Have to Last Me All My Life', the release also includes remixes by Leon Vynehall, Carl Craig and others.
You can listen to MF DOOM’s posthumous remix below.
A forthcoming book will celebrate some of hip-hop's most influential producers.
A new collaborative album between MF DOOM and hip-hop trio Czarface will drop this week.
Recorded before DOOM's death last October, 'Super What?' will be released digitally on 7th May, with vinyl editions available via pre-order.
The Avalanches have announced a 20th anniversary reissue of their debut album, ‘Since I Left You’.
Australian electronic group The Avalanches, who released ther third album, 'We Will Always Love You', in December last year, are celebrating two decades of their first full-length studio album.
A petition has been launched to name a New York street after MF DOOM.
In the Change.org petition, launched by Dr. Patrick Graham, the 'KMD-MF Doom Way Committee' have requested that Long Beach City Council rename the block between Riverside Boulevard and Long Beach Road on East Hudson Street in Long Beach after the late MF Doom, real name Daniel Dumile, who grew up in the city.
The long-anticipated sequel to MF DOOM and Madlib's 2004 album 'Madvillainy' was "85% done" at the time of the iconic artist's death.
Following news that MF DOOM passed away on 31st October 2020 aged 49, the founder of Stones Throw Records, Peanut Butter Wolf, confirmed the follow-up to 'Madvillainy' had been close to completion.