There's a history of electronic music exhibition heading to London. The exhibition, Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers, will be held at the Design Museum in London, tracing electronic music back to its origins to the present day. Laurent Garnier will curate a soundtrack to go with the exhibition, with lighting and video synced to the music.
The Chemical Brothers Paradise On The Dancefloor: A History Of Club Music. The history of club music runs from groundbreaking Paradise Garade DJs such as Larry Levan, to 90s and 00s club megabombs.
Electronic music’s '90s glory days played out differently in the UK and the US, but The Chemical Brothers are one of the few acts of the era whose influence was equally weighty on both sides of the Atlantic. The Manchester duo of Ed Simons and Tom Rowlands came up in the Wild West of rave’s early years, pressing up white-label 12-inches (“Song to the Siren”, an early underground hit.House, Trance, Eurodance, Breakbeat, and other tunes that got people dancing in the 90s to early 00s.The spectacular visuals that accompany the set is what makes the Chemical Brothers still very much indemand as a live act. It's a visual onslaught to the senses. It's a visual onslaught to the senses.
In 1993 I submitted the first-ever interview with Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons to Jockey Slut magazine when they were still known as The Dust Brothers (a name literally borrowed from the renowned Beastie Boys and Beck producers) which underlined the fact that they perhaps didn’t see themselves moving from the underground at the time. In 1995, with their name changed to the Chemical Brothers.Read More
If you've been lucky enough to catch The Chemical Brothers live before, you'll know its shows aren't your average stand-behind-the-decks-and-play performances. They feature strobe lights, lasers and mind-bending images projected onto huge screens. It's sort of like a trip, without the LSD. If you haven't seen one before, take a peek at one of the psychedelic shows below. As well as new hits.Read More
In 1995 The Chemical Brothers shafted their original (stolen) moniker, The Dust Brothers, and released their debut album under the title the world would come to know them as. Exit Planet Dust was named to shake off the old jacket, making way for the hedonistic, gnarly, and absolutely massive sounds that would capture Britain’s post-techno rave generation.Read More
Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Chemical Brothers - Singles 93-03 at Discogs. Complete your The Chemical Brothers collection.Read More
Out of Space - 90s Dance Anthems. Saturday 29 May 2021. Cambridge Corn Exchange - CB2 3QE. Out of Space will be bringing their live 90s dance anthems show to Cambridge Corn Exchange for the very first time. Buy Tickets. Saturday 29 May 2021 20:30. Book tickets. Out of Space is a night with a difference dedicated to the best Dance Anthems and we are very excited to announce that the.Read More
Best The Chemical Brothers Songs The Top Ten. 1 Galvanize. Greatest Song Ever!.: Don't hold back! 'because you woke up in the mornin' with initiative to move So I'll make it harder Don't hold back! 'because you think about it, so many people do, Be cool, man, look smarter Don't hold back! And you shouldn't even care about those losers in the air And the crooked stares Don't hold back.Read More
The Chemical Brothers' Ed and Tom pick a selection of tunes currently on their playlist. The Chemical Brothers at Glastonbury 2000 Chris Hawkins presents highlights of Ed and Tom's memorable set.Read More
The act with the first arena-sized sound in the '90s electronica movement, Grammy-winning English electronic duo the Chemical Brothers united such varying influences as Public Enemy, Cabaret Voltaire, and My Bloody Valentine to create a dance-rock-rap fusion that rivaled the best old-school DJs on their own terms, keeping a crowd of people on the dancefloor by working through any number of.Read More
The Chemical Brothers - Dont Think (Live 2012) Did you know? Vimeo is an amazing video service for original creative work, but it’s also a company with real human employees.Read More
The fledgling Chemical Brothers knew they were onto something by the mid-90s. They’d cut their teeth in Manchester, where the two men were studying at university, and were ready to try making a.Read More