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.
This nominees for the 2020 Grammy Awards have been announced.
Among the categories, of which there are over 50, the five nominees up for both Best Dance Recording, and Best Dance/Electronic Album, have been named in The Grammy's list shared today.
Bonobo is up for Best Dance Recording with 'Linked', alongside The Chemical Brothers' 'Got To Keep On', and Italian production trio Meduza, for their collaborative effort with Goodboys. Rüfüs Du Sol is also up for the award with 'Underwater', as are Skrillex & Boys Noize for 'Midnight Hour', which features rapper Ty Dolla $ign.
BBC Radio 6 will broadcast a show celebrating 20 years since The Chemical Brothers' album, 'Surrender'.
Alongside the 20th anniversary deluxe re-issue of the album, the electronic duo will also celebrate 'Surrender' this coming weekend with Radio 6, starting with a two-hour long show hosted by Lauren Laverne.
The Chemical Brothers dedicated their Saturday night Glastonbury set to the late The Prodigy frontman, Keith Flint.
Performing at the Other Stage, The Chemical Brothers, who count 2019 as their 12th Glastonbury performance, played some of the biggest tracks from their back catalog, including ‘Galvanize’, ‘Hey Boy Hey Girl’, 'Go' and ‘Swoon’.
The Chemical Brothers have opened up about their early experiences of raving and the “sense of community” in the ‘90s rave scene.
The duo were speaking in a new interview about their forthcoming album, ‘No Geography’, which was released earlier this month (April).
The Chemical Brothers have shared behind the scenes footage revealing how the video to their track 'We've Got To Try' was made.
Taken from their latest (and highly acclaimed) album, 'No Geography', the original video is typically standout stuff from the duo. And by that we mean a dog driving an F1 car, a situation dreamt up by director Ninian Doff.
There will be an “enormous” Victorian pier at Glastonbury this year, according to founder Michael Eavis.
Speaking at the launch of 'Stories From The Wasteland', an new exhibition by Joe Rush, the London artist whose work has been a cornerstone of the festival since the 1980s, Eavis outlined plans for a Glastonbury-on-Sea.
Glastonbury has dropped the first part of its lineup for 2019, with The Chemical Brothers, Stormzy, Hot Chip and Jon Hopkins featuring amongst the big names.
Also confirmed today are Diplo, The Streets, Little Simz, Kamasi Washington, Friendly Fires and Maribou State, amongst others. The festival will be headlined by The Cure, The Killers and Stormzy, while Janet Jackson and Kylie Minogue will also make headline appearance.
The Chemical Brothers have shared a new track from their forthcoming album. The new cut is titled ‘Got To Keep On’ and you can listen to it below.
The duo have also shared the artwork, tracklist and release date for the new album, titled 'No Geography'. It lands on 12th April via Astralwerks.