Synonyms for ratatat or Related words with ratatat

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Examples of "ratatat"
It was remixed by Ratatat on their 2007 album "Ratatat Remixes Vol. 2".
Saturday: Passwords, Oh Land, Braids, Twin Shadow, Sia, Ratatat, Bassnectar
Cracow Stage: RATATAT, Low Roar, Aurora, Taco Hemingway
Also in 2004, Ratatat released "Ratatat Remixes Vol. 1" in co-operation with Audio Dregs, a compilation of remixed tracks by other artists, thereby garnering the attention of "Rolling Stone".
Ratatat Remixes Vol. 2 is the second self-released remix album by the Brooklyn indie electronic/alternative rock duo Ratatat. It includes performances from hip-hop artists U.G.K., Notorious B.I.G., Jay-Z, Kanye West, Memphis Bleek, and Z-Ro.
On 22 August 2006, Ratatat released their second album entitled "Classics" on XL Recordings.
Ratatat Remixes Vol. 1 is a self-released remix album by the Brooklyn indie electronic rock duo Ratatat. It includes performances from hip-hop artists Missy Elliott, Kanye West, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah. In an interview with "Glide Magazine", Ratatat member Mike Stroud acknowledged both the marked departure from their instrumental first album "Ratatat" and perceived dichotomous nature of their sound by saying "Especially with remixes, we approach it a bit differently than our other music. It’s something we originally did for fun, that’s now part of what we are."
E*vax is half of Ratatat, a New York based indie/electronic band. The other member is Mike Stroud.
In August 2011, Ratatat was featured in the song "Red Alert" on CSS's new album "La Liberación".
Within the indie rock label, bands such as Ratatat and Delicate Steve are popular instrumental rock acts.
Ratatat contributed two songs to "", the debut album by alternative rapper Kid Cudi, released September 15, 2009. They performed together on Late Show with David Letterman on September 11, 2009. The two songs are produced in the similar electronic style Ratatat is known for; those titled "Alive" and "Pursuit Of Happiness""" featuring MGMT.
The song heavily samples the main beat and vocals from "The Big Beat" by rock musician Billy Squier. The song is sampled in Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip's song "Fixed". This song was remixed by Ratatat and was featured on their "Ratatat Remixes Vol. 1" mixtape.
LP3 is the third studio album (or third LP) by Ratatat, released on July 8, 2008. It contains the single "Shiller" originally released on 7" vinyl. The duo experimented with different genres as well as synthesizer patches, percussion instruments, sound effects, and samples. Unlike the albums "Ratatat" and "Classics", "LP3" was recorded in a few weeks.
In the following year, Ratatat supported the band Interpol on their tour. Mike Stroud stepped down as touring member of Ben Kweller's band after two years of touring and after appearing on the 2004 album, On My Way. Having signed for XL Recordings, Ratatat released their self-titled debut album, "Ratatat" and the single "Germany to Germany". The album was written and recorded in Mast's Crown Heights, Brooklyn apartment on his laptop. It is entirely instrumental with the exception of vocal excerpts at the beginning and end of select tracks.
Ratatat (pronounced ) is a Brooklyn-based electronic rock duo consisting of Mike Stroud (guitar, melodica, synthesizers, percussion) and producer Evan Mast (bass, synthesizers, percussion).
Ratatat has toured with acts such as Björk, Daft Punk, Mouse on Mars, Franz Ferdinand, CSS, the Faint, Super Furry Animals, Clinic, Panther, and the Killers.
In 2008 and 2009, Deakin did remixes for "Little Bird" by Goldfrapp, Mirando by Ratatat, "Boundary Waters" by Palms and Love Like a Sunset by Phoenix.
In the end of 2004, he embarked on an extensive tour, during which he opened for a number of musicians, including Mouse On Mars and Ratatat.
Envelopes toured the UK in February 2004. They played at SXSW in 2006, and toured the USA with Ratatat in September 2006.
On October 6, 2006, Ratatat became the first band to perform a public show inside the Guggenheim Museum in New York City.