Earlier this month, dance music greats the Chemical Brothers released the collab-heavy Born In The Echoes, their first new album in a few years. The album’s deluxe edition included a new track called “Wo Ha,”
The Beck collaboration from the Chemical Brothers’ new album is here. More specifically, it’s at KEXP. The Seattle station played Born In The Echoes track “Wide Open” yesterday, and as The Future Heart points out,
Pete Tong – Essential Selection Pete Tong – Essential Selection Kicking off the weekend with the hottest dance music and DJs from across the globe. David Zowie is this week’s Club Scout, sharing some love
The Chemical Brothers’ debut album just turned 20 years old a week ago, and the duo are currently gearing up to release Born In The Echoes, their first LP in five years. We’ve already heard
St. Vincent’s Annie Clark has lately been playing festival stages at the same time as EDM DJs draw much bigger crowds at nearby stages and as their thumps threaten to drown out her robo-shredding. That’s
The Chemical Brothers teamed with Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind/Dave Chappelle’s Block Party director Michel Gondry, one of the true visionaries in the field of music videos, on the visuals for 1999’s “Let Forever
The last we heard from the Chemical Brothers was back in October, when the legendary electronica duo presented us with “This Is Not A Game.” The song was written for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt.