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The Chemical Brothers release 2 new remixes of ’90s classic ‘Hey Boy Hey Girl’

In anticipation of the Anniversary Edition of their third LP, Surrender, The Chemical Brothers have released two new mixes of the album’s lead single “Hey Boy Hey Girl.“ The 1999 original represents The Chemical Brothers at their pinnacle, fusing ’60s psychedelia with the electro-rock sound that permeated the English rave scene just a few decades […]

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The Chemical Brothers release 2 new remixes of ’90s classic ‘Hey Boy Hey Girl’

In anticipation of the Anniversary Edition of their third LP, Surrender, The Chemical Brothers have released two new mixes of the album’s lead single “Hey Boy Hey Girl.“ The 1999 original represents The Chemical Brothers at their pinnacle, fusing ’60s psychedelia with the electro-rock sound that permeated the English rave scene just a few decades […]

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The Chemical Brothers rework latest single in ‘Eve of Dubstruction’

If the saying is true and it is, in fact, lonely at the top, it’s a good thing The Chemical Brothers have each other, since the English electronic duo has resolutely rested atop Mt. Dance Music for over two decades now. Falling on the 20th anniversary of the group’s pioneering album Surrender, The Chemical Brothers’ […]

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The Chemical Brothers share new music video for ‘Eve of Destruction’

The Chemical Brothers have released the accompanying music video “Eve of Destruction,” the lead track from their first studio album in four years, No Geography. Fans of the group will recognize the track as a mainstay in the duo’s DJ sets over the past two years. The music video showcases Japanese text juxtaposed over onomatopoeic […]

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Steve Aoki and Alok come together to recreate The Chemical Brothers 2009 original ‘Do It Again’

Alok and Steve Aoki have surprised fans by not only joining to re-work The Chemical Brothers‘ “Do It Again,” but also in selecting a piece of music that’s a far cry from what their respective followers might expect from such a collaboration. Both Aoki and Alok have a tendency to float between high BPM main […]

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Stormzy, Miley Cyrus, The Chemical Brothers, and Tame Impala top Glastonbury’s 2019 lineup

Glastonbury has dropped their highly anticipated 2019 lineup in full after months of tantalizing individual announcements. The first headliner announced for this year, revealed back in November 2018, Stormzy, will make history this summer as the first UK rapper to ever headline the festival. Now, the grime emcee is joined by The Killers, The Cure, […]

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The Chemical Brothers release video and remix teaser for new track ‘We’ve Got to Try’

Adding another music video into the mix of those accompanying tracks off upcoming album, No Geography, The Chemical Brothers have unveiled a zany visual appendage for “We’ve Got to Try,” joining “Got to Keep On,” “MAH,” and “Free Yourself” among No Geography tracks to receive music video treatments. The album is set for release April 12. The video […]

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NMF Roundup: Gesaffelstein reveals ‘Hyperion’ in full, Seven Lions remixes Above & Beyond, Rinzen releases new mau5trap EP + more

It’s most important day of the week: New Music Friday. With the overwhelming amount of tunes hitting the airwaves today, Dancing Astronaut has you covered with the latest edition of The Hot 25. This Friday’s slew of releases is highlighted by the much-anticipated release of Gesaffelstein‘s Hyperion. We’re also welcoming yet another Gareth Emery and Ashley Wallbridge release, along with a […]

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The Chemical Brothers release new single, announce ninth studio album

The Chemical Brothers continue gaining momentum as a result of their recent reemergence within public earshot. Their return endures with, “Got To Keep On.” The duo has formally announced their ninth studio album, No Geography, which will be out April 12 on Astralwerks. “Got To Keep On” employs a menagerie of vintage synths, which the […]

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The Chemical Brothers confirm headline spot at Creamfields 2019

Creamfields continues to build its lineup, exuding electronic music’s most venerated acts. While organizers have slowly revealed that Adam Beyer and Cirez D, deadmau5, and a resurgent performance from Swedish House Mafia will mark the UK festival’s main stages, The Chemical Brothers have now been added as a fourth act to the increasingly promising list. Headlining the Horizon […]

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The Chemical Brothers thrill with release of ‘MAH’

The Chemical Brothers are keeping things fresh with their newest single, “MAH,” which is a part of their forthcoming studio album. The album will be titled No Geography and will be the duo’s ninth studio album. “MAH” follows previous release “Free Yourself” from the compilation. While speaking to Beats 1/Apple Music, Ed Simons of The Chemical […]

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The Chemical Brothers tease new music

The Chemical Brothers are plotting a return. The boys reenter into the limelight after the recent release of their take on Tim Buckley’s 1967 classic psych-rock tune, “I Never Asked To Be Your Mountain,” with Beth Orton.  Now, after a three-year hiatus from their last Electronic Battle Weapon release, they’ve teased EBW 12. A new […]

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Documentary that tells the story of female DJs in the early 2000s finally gets summer 2018 release date

An enlightening new feature-length documentary, Girl, that follows several of the top female DJs of the early 2000s, and its Director Kandeyce Jorden’s own personal journey in the male-dominated industry, is now set for release on June 1. Fifteen years in the making, Jorden emerges with intimate interviews and conversations with the top female EDM artists of the […]

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