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Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons the two members of The Chemical Brothers have written history yet again. The iconic British duo have captured this past Sunday the two main electronic music Grammys for Best Dance/Electronic Music Album with No Geography and Best Dance Recording with 'Got To Keep On'. The living legends have topped up a great 2019 with these amazing awards that definitely puts them

The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards will take place on Monday 27 January 2020. With a huge 84 categories, it is the biggest televised celebration of music and continues to be as relevant as ever with each passing year. As EDM continues to grow as a genre and hit the mainstream even more (through pop collaborations, soundtracks to films and advertisements and

For many years now, Steve Aoki has proven time and time again he is not only one of the best entertainers in the world with his spectacular live shows, but also a true talent in the studio, consistently delivering quality and genre-bending music which regularly end up climbing the charts and amassing millions of streams and support by the biggest names

There is no denying the legacy of The Chemical Brothers. Playing such a major role in the pioneering of today's electronic music, the duo remains one of the most iconic acts in music today. As they gear up for another full-length studio project, the pairing has just left fans with another incredible single in "We've Got To Try." Unleashing the fourth

Legendary UK duo; The Chemical Brothers have been teasing their new album 'No Geography' ever since they announced last November, that their ninth studio album would arrive this Spring. Twenty-four years after their first album 'Exit Planet Dust', Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons have now released another single off of their forthcoming album, which is titled 'Got To Keep On'. On top of that, the

Calvin Harris has no doubt become one of the biggest acts in the dance music scene over the past few years. Releasing hit after hit and consistently delivering entertaining shows across the globe. Most recently, the Scottish DJ and producer has been very active on his Twitter, replying to many fan questions. Recently, he has been in the news for showing displeasure with the

Following the announcement of a relaunch, American record label Astralwerks has announced three new signings to their star-studded roster. The label, which has won the hearts of music fans across the globe with artists such as Kraftwerk, The Chemical Brothers, deadmau5, Fatboy Slim, Porter Robinson, is now adding Illenium, Marshmello and Axwell Λ Ingrosso. The signings are some of the first under new General manager Toby Andrews. Astralwerks has also seen some new editions

Enduring a nine-month wait since what can only be described as a successful 2016 season, the doors of The Warehouse Project open once again for their highly anticipated twelve-week takeover returning to its spiritual home in Store Street, Manchester. Following an instantly sold-out opening weekend headlined by LCD Soundsystem, The Warehouse Project has revealed the full line-ups for the 2017 season ahead of

UK producers The Chemical Brothers have been one of the most pioneering and forward thinking groups in dance music over the past 20 years. Up there with the likes of Daft Punk in terms of their achievements, the duo have always been at the forefront of electronic music, whether it was bringing big-beat to the masses in the 90s, or putting

Having dominated the 90s and 00s with some truly ground-breaking and game-changing records, it's safe to say that UK duo The Chemical Brothers are one of the most successful and influential groups electronic music has ever seen. Their eclectic sound of big beat meant that they became pioneers at bringing the genre to the forefront of popular culture with legendary anthems

The Chemical Brothers reemergence back into the scene's limelight was ignited by their collaboration with Miguel for the Hunger Games soundtrack, "This Is Not A Game". The eerie, distorted sounds brought about a nostalgia of refreshing memories of the nineties and naughties for many of their fans. Having not released an album for 5 years, the patience of their followers

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