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Lux Prima, the collaborative album from Karen
Oand Danger Mouse, is out today on BMG-listenhere. The album features the widely acclaimed tracks "Woman," "Turn The Light" and the nine-minute opener "Lux Prima."
Lux Prima is available digitally, on CD and gatefold LP with exclusive merchandise bundles from the artist store. Get it here. The album is available on vinyl with a linen wrapped, foil stamped gatefold jacket and a fold out poster-see packshot below. An exclusive LP version with alternate colorway is available at independent record stores.
O and Danger Mouse will appear on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" for a very special performance directed by longtime collaborator Spike Jonze on March 18. Friends
for many years, O and Jonze have collaborated extensively including on the soundtrack for Jonze's film Where The Wild Things Are and "The Moon Song
" for Jonze's Her, for which O was nominated for an Oscar.
O and Danger Mouse will also give a New York TimesTimesTalk in New York March 20, visitTimesTalks.com for tickets.
Additionally, the duo will also present "An Encounter with Lux Prima," an immersive, communal listening experience soundtracked by the album, April 18-21 at Los Angeles' Marciano Art Foundation. Uniting their singular creative vision with groundbreaking audiovisual technologies, "An Encounter" sees the duo collaborate with an illustrious cast of fellow artists including creative director Barnaby Clay (David Bowie-"Life On Mars
" Revisited, SHOT!), Oscar-nominated sound designer Ren Klyce (Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Fight Club), renowned lighting designer Tobias Rylander (Robyn, The xx, FKA twigs), visual artist Davy Evans and creative consultant Warren Fu (Daft Punk, The Weeknd, Depeche Mode) to bring Lux Prima to life. The installation also features collaborations with projection mapping innovator Travis
Threlkel (co-founder and chief creative officer of MSG's Obscura Digital), George
Lucas' Skywalker Sound and Meyer Sound.Playing across every sense, the work is intended as the living, touring nucleus of Lux Prima.
"An Encounter with Lux Prima" is executive produced by the Madison Square
Garden Company and Like Mgmt. Tickets for the multisensory installation sold out instantaneously upon on sale, join the waitlist at marcianoartfoundation.org.
In addition to four albums with Yeah Yeah Yeahs
and a solo album, Crush Songs, Grammy-nominated O has contributed to soundtracks for Where The Wild Things Are and Her, for which she was nominated for an Oscar. Grammy-winning artist Danger Mouse's projects include Gnarls Barkley, Broken Bells
and Danger Doom as well as work with Adele, The Black
Keys, Gorillaz, A$AP Rocky