The DJ will play highlights from his controversial splicing of The Beatles and Jay-Z...

DANGER MOUSE will play his first LONDON show in eight months, when he DJs at the capital’s SCALA on April 28.

The ‘Mouse’s appearance comes in the wake of the storm of controversy that surrounds his ‘Grey Album’ bootleg, which has been downloaded at a rate that would have seen it go gold in a day.

Over 100,000 copies of the album, which fuses the The Beatles‘ ‘White Album’ with Jay-Z‘s ‘Black Album’, were downloaded last month (February 24).


As well as playing live tracks from his album ‘Ghetto Pop Life’ Danger Mouse will also play a special set from ‘The Grey Album’.

Support on the night will come from [a][/a], Sage Francis/Non Prophets and Prince Po.

Tickets are priced at £12.50 and are available through the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.

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