The Chemical Brothers have shared a brand new mix.
Earlier this year, Sonos announced a new series of personal radio stations, curated by a number of huge artists including Björk, FKA twigs and D'Angelo. Legendary electronic duo The Chemical Brothers were also announced for the Sonos Radio roster, presenting a new mix each week via their station: Radio Chemical.
The Chemical Brothers have shared a new mix.
British electronic duo The Chemical Brothers, who scooped two Grammys during last year's awards ceremony, have shared an exclusive new mix to mark an end to 2020.
The duo, comprised of Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, dropped the mix at the end of last month via Twitter, wishing fans a "merry christmas and a happy new year from Chemical HQ!".
You can listen to the mix by clicking this link.
The Chemical Brothers are auctioning off one of the touring Roland Boutique TB-03 bassline synths as part of a fundraiser for the #ILoveLive campaign, aimed to raise money for backline staff and stage crew during the pandemic. Simply donate £5 to get one prize draw entry, £10 for two and so on.
The Chemical Brothers will feature on a new charity compilation.
Released today via London label Above Board Projects' Bandcamp, 'CARE4LIFE' features over 40 production from both The Chemical Brothers and a more underground selection of artists, including Archie Hamilton, Daniel Avery, K-LONE, Jamie Jones, and Nightwave.
David Guetta has remixed a Chemical Brothers classic under his Jack Back alias.
Returning to the Positiva label for the first time in eight years, Guetta returns to his deeper side of dance to remix the UK duo's 1999 hit, 'Hey Boy Hey Girl'.
‘Hey Boy Hey Girl is an absolute classic and it’s an honour to release this new rework," Guetta said of the remix. "The record has been a long time coming and I’m very excited to finally release it."
The remix, entitled 'Superstar DJ', is out now - check it out below.
The Chemical Brothers and RÜFÜS DU SOL will stream live concert screenings for the ongoing Australian Bushfire Relief efforts.
Taking place in two Australian cities for one night only, fans of the two electronic groups will be able to watch RÜFÜS DU SOL's 'Live From Joshua Tree', and The Chem Bros' 'Don't Think', at the Sydney Randwick Ritz and Melbourne IMAX respectively.
All proceeds raised from the two events will be donated to the Australian Red Cross bush fire relief appeal.
The Chemical Brothers have taken home two Grammys at this year's awards ceremony.
The event, which took place last night (26th), saw the UK duo take home the award for Best Dance Album for their 2019 album 'No Geography', and Best Dance Recording for album track, 'Got To Keep On'.
Eric Prydz, The Chemical Brothers (presenting their new A/V show with regular collaborator Adam Smith, partly inspired by one of DJ Mag's favourite albums of last year), Charlotte de Witte and more are locked for Sónar 2020, with the Barcelona festival confirming its full line-up and a return to its traditional dates for this instalment.
The Avalanches have remixed The Chemical Brothers' 1999 hit 'Out of Control'.
Continuing the celebrations of The Chemical Brothers 'Surrender' album, and joining remixes from the likes of KiNK, Sasha, and Soulwax from the album's reissue, Australian group The Avalanches have re-worked 'Out of Control'.
It's the electronic band's first release since their 2016 album 'Wallflower', which came 15 years after their debut album, 'Since I Left You'.
Listen to The Avalanche's remix of 'Out of Control' below.