News featuring Ratatat

The following news stories mention Ratatat. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 9 hours ago.

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  • Kelela headlining the 2015 MoMA Armory Party benefit (Alexis Taylor, Ezra Koenig & more DJing as well)

    photo::: Kelela @ MHOW in 2013 (more by Amanda Hatfield)

    Alt-R&B singer Kelela's last visit to NYC was unfortunately canceled but she'll be back next month to headline MoMA's annual benefit / preview party The Armory Show on March 4 at MoMA's Agnes Gund Garden Lobby. The pricey gala also features a two-hour DJ set from Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor, plus additional DJ sets from Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig, plus Business Class (aka Lawrence Abu Hamdan who is also the official commissioned artist for The Armonry Show) and E*vax (Ratatat). Tickets to the party are $175, but VIP and more expensive options (like the $10k Lead Benefactor tickets) get you an early peek at MoMA's Bjork retrospective which doesn't officially open till March 8.

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’15 Jan 9 Fri

Friday 9th January

  • Coachella 2015 sold out, Governors Ball still on sale

    photo: Coachella 2014 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)

    Two major US music festivals were announced this week, NYC's Governors Ball and Indio, CA's two-weekend Coachella. Both have some lineup crossover (Drake, Flying Lotus, St. Vincent, Tame Impala, The War on Drugs, Ratatat, etc), and each have their own gems (Coachella has Drive Like Jehu reunion, GovBall has Bjork). Coachella went on sale today, sold out in 40 minutes, and LA Weekly points out that passes are already reselling for over $1,000. Meanwhile, Governors Ball tickets are still on sale. Anyone get Coachella tickets before they sold out?

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Wednesday 6th August

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Tuesday 5th August

  • XL Recordings Celebrate 25 Years with 'Pay Close Attention' Box Set

    British imprint XL Recordings is set to turn 25 this year, and it will celebrate its quarter-century birthday with an enormous compilation. Pay Close Attention revisits material from the label's entire career, including music from the Prodigy, Basement Jaxx, Dizzee Rascal, SBTRKT, Ratatat, M.I.A., the White Strips, The xx, Adele, and Tyler, the Creator, among many others. The release will be available in a variety of options, including a quadruple-LP box set (which also features a DVD and poster), a double-CD set or a digital download. The accompanying DVD features a varied...Read More

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Monday 10th February

  • Video: Abuela, “True Colors”

    FADER PREMIERE Abuela is the self-described “sound & light production team” of Ratatat’s Evan Mast and his friend White Wizard, born out of some 2012 sessions in the Sacred Valley of the Inca, in southern … read more »

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Thursday 7th March

  • Kid Cudi Talks 'Indicud' Details, Promises Guest Spots from RZA, Kendrick Lamar and Too Short

    Earlier this year, G.O.O.D. Music crooner Kid Cudi promised that his long-awaited Indicud album would finally see a release on April 23, but the details surrounding the set are still relatively vague. Now, he's offered some more details from the record. Though he had originally hoped to get Jay-Z, Diplo, 50 Cent and Ratatat in on the action, he doesn't confirm or deny their appearances on the record during a new Billboard interview. He does promise, however, that the album will include guest slots from RZA, Too Short, Kendrick Lamar and, most likely, A$AP Rocky. ...Read More

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Wednesday 31st October

  • Interpol's Paul Banks to Star in Feature Film

    Paul Banks is a busy man lately, what with the new album, late night TV appearances, and Interpol reissue. Now, Exclaim reports that Banks will star in a feature film called Mine to Kill, directed by James Kendi. Watch him in the intense teaser trailer below.

    According to the film's website, Mine to Kill will feature an original score from Ratatat's Mike Stroud. Also included in the credits is Andy Stott's Passed Me By track "Execution". It was co-written by Jeff Kinkle and James Kendi. It was a finalist in the 2011 Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab. 

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