The imprint will launch with a new album from Autolux.

In between production work for A$AP Rocky, Gorillaz, U2, Beck, the Black Keys and more, Danger Mouse has found the time to launch a new record label in partnership with Columbia.

The Gnarls Barkley and Grey Album producer will be running the show at 30th Century Records, personally signing and developing the artists on the label’s roster.

The first release on the new imprint is an album from LA trio Autolux. The experimental rock outfit delivered their last full-length, Transit Transit, in 2010.

Danger Mouse’s 2005 album with MF Doom, The Mouse and the Mask, was reissued earlier this year. [via Pitchfork]



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