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After an abundance of teasing, Gorillaz have officially announced their eighth studio album, Cracker Island, along with its impressive lineup of features. Earlier this summer they shared the title track, which features Thundercat, and dropped a second single, "New Gold," along with the album announcement. This song features Tame Impala and The Pharcyde's Bootie Brown.
ABOUT CRACKER ISLANDCracker Island is the eighth studio album from Gorillaz, an energetic, upbeat, genre-expansive collection of 10 tracks featuring yet another stellar lineup of artist collaborators: Stevie Nicks, Adeleye Omotayo, Thundercat, Tame Impala, Bad Bunny and Bootie Brown and Beck. Recorded in London and LA earlier this year, it is produced by eight-time Grammy Award-winning producer/multi-instrumentalist/songwriter extraordinaire Greg Kurstin, Gorillaz and Remi Kabaka Jr.
Cracker Island is the eighth studio album from Gorillaz, an energetic, upbeat, genre-expansive collection of 10 new tracks featuring yet another stellar lineup of artist collaborators: Stevie Nicks, Adeleye Omotayo, Thundercat, Tame Impala, Bad Bunny and Bootie Brown and Beck. Recorded in London and LA earlier this year, it is produced by eight-time Grammy Award-winning producer/multi-instrumentalist/songwriter extraordinaire Greg Kurstin, Gorillaz and Remi Kabaka Jr.
The 1,885-square foot Painting Studio is fitted with large northern exposure windows and light monitors that can be opened to provide natural ventilation and light. Replaceable homosote panels let artists attach or mount many materials to the walls. Work tables and portable walls make the space extremely versatile and accommodating. Typically the painting studio is organized into a collegiate style arrangement of 6-8 cubicles with multiple clamp lights for each space.
The 1,233 square foot Sculpture Studio gives artists-in-residence the space and equipment required to undertake ambitious projects. The space is the only concrete studio in the complex, which is symbolic of the enduring materials used by sculptors. The roof is designed with a long overhang that shelters an outdoor work patio. With its three roll-up doors opened, the space flows easily from interior to exterior. Large glass windows and louvers maximize working light, while wind scoops provide ventilation for an active studio. There are many tools in this studio for working with wood, metal, and many other materials. Other specialized tools can also be requested during ACA Residencies.
The 2,609 square foot dance studio is outfitted with a sprung wood floor and an expansive, wall-length mirror. The space also features magnificent sliding glass doors, which offer a great view to the lush landscape, access to a semi-private deck, and options for controlling the climate of the studio. The sides of the studio adjacent to more public areas are built with sand-blasted windows to provide privacy and diffuse lighting for dancers and choreographers.
The 1,000 square-foot Music Studio was designed to be both insular and uplifting with a full recording and production studio, a sound booth and practice room. The tall, vertical space is outfitted with a large skylight giving the studio great natural daylight and ambiance at night. Permanent and mobile sound panels are installed to reduce reverberation and to allow artists to control the aural qualities of the room. The practice room doubles as a smaller, isolated recording room allows multiple artists to work on projects simultaneously.
The Jean and Fredrick Raffa Writing Studio was named in honor of longtime ACA friends, members, and supporters Jeanie and Fredrick Raffa in 2013. The studio was remodeled and includes all the amenities needed for writers of all disciplines. The 540 sq ft room features a 12 foot tall window overlooking the nature of ACA, a coffee bar, reading loft, conference table with seating for 10 and equipment for research and printing materials.
The 3 one-bedroom cottages, tucked away from the studios, offer privacy and expansive views of nature. These 800 square foot deluxe tri-level cottages boast an open living area with 20 foot ceilings, an elevated kitchen with all amenities including laundry facilities, loft style bedroom and private outdoor deck.
Additional property features include open floor plans, exposed brick and beams, oversized windows, a recording studio unit, secure building access and deeded parking for 13 cars in the gated garage. Situated in the heart of South End, the building is only moments from the light rail, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Uptown and an array of remarkable restaurants, spectacular shops and area galleries. 153554b96e