14 Facts About Cass Browne


Cass Browne was born on 27 September 1971 in Merton, Surrey and is an English musician and writer.

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Cass Browne was a member of the band The Psychotics who became Senseless Things in 1986.

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Cass Browne worked with Damon Albarn as his drummer on 2002's Mali Music.

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Cass Browne performed with Urge Overkill for the promotion of the band's single "Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon" taken from the soundtrack of the Quentin Tarantino film "Pulp Fiction".

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Cass Browne was an important member of the Gorillaz family from his addition in 2001, until his departure in 2012.

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Cass Browne performed at all dates on Gorillaz live shows and appears on Demon Days Live behind the drums at the Manchester Opera House.

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Cass Browne performed on the 2010 The Escape to Plastic Beach Tour debuting at The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Palm Springs, on 18 April 2010.

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Cass Browne was the author of all the dialogue of the band members, penning the autobiography Rise of the Ogre in 2006 and writing dialogue such as MEL's website tour in Phase One: Celebrity Take Down in 2002.

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Cass Browne chiefly writes all the interviews as the characters for magazines who wish to interview Noodle, 2D, Russel and Murdoc.

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Cass Browne co-wrote and co-directed the 2001 mock-documentary "Charts of Darkness" on Gorillaz for Channel 4 in association with Dazed TV, and hosted by Krishnan Guru-Murthy.

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Cass Browne wrote, voice-directed and was the musical supervisor for the Gorillaz episode of MTV Cribs, which featured Murdoc Niccals showing the viewers around the Gorillaz Kong Studio.

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Cass Browne is featured in the film Bananaz, which documents the journey of the Gorillaz band from 2001 until 2005, playing in the studio and live.

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In 2016 Cass Browne joined east London band Deadcuts, which features former Senseless Things frontman Mark Keds, but has since taken an extended leave from the group.

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Alongside original Senseless Things member Morgan Nicholls, Delakota partner Des Murphy and guitarist Ade Emsley, Cass Browne formed Circle 60, a "neuer Klang sonic-assemblage of psychedelic-punk, art and Sci-fi melodics".

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