Articles tagged the chemical brothers

18 Aug 2015 // 9:54 AM

The Chemical Brothers - “Sometimes I Feel So Deserted” (video)

The Chemical Brothers release a zombie-driven music video makes for one of the darkest visual trips the group has taken us on.

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The Chemical Brothers: Born in the Echoes

The legendary electronic duo modernize the roots of house and techno music on their first studio album in five years.

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Sydney Film Festival 2011: ‘Hanna’

This premise of wild girl unleashed on the world is not exactly original, but Hanna has an intriguing angle to it – it’s not often it’s a female in the lead role for this genre,

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The Chemical Brothers: Hanna (Soundtrack)

Based on the themes presented, you'd think that an elementary-school-aged kid was at the center of the narrative, rather than a junior-in-high-school-aged one.

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3 Feb 2011 // 9:55 AM

The Year In Music: June 2010

June 2010, the subject of our latest look at the year’s biggest events in music, was a month of successful releases and summer concerts.

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Various Artists: Tensnake in the House

Tensnake takes up the mantle of Defected's In the House series for an ass-shaking, head-bobbing two hours.

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Electric Zoo Festival: 4 September 2010 - Randall’s Island, NY

Some words and some pictures from the Electric Zoo festival, an event pulling together major electronic artists to New York City over Labor Day weekend. An event that should be on the radar for all dance music fans.

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The Chemical Brothers: Further

Shedding the excesses that hindered them in the past (see: guest vocalists, overt pop concessions), the Big Beat men take it back to the basics and produce... yet another Chemical Brothers album.

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Strictly Global: A Source for Music Videos on Broadcast TV

The kind of show you wished MTV would make.

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10 Oct 2008 // 1:00 AM

Breakdancing Demons Make My Day

The Chemical Brothers come back with their best music video and song in years ... so why is it hard to care?

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The Chemical Brothers: Brotherhood

Brotherhood does a passable job of attempting to reconcile the two increasingly disparate sides of the Chemical Brothers’ split personality.

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The Chemical Brothers: We Are the Night

It's not merely that the Chems were beginning to seem outdated, they seemed -- in James Murphy's immortal words -- to be losing their edge.

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Ten years on, the Chemical Brothers haven't lost a beat. PopMatters interviews the Manchester beat masters.

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	The Chemical Brothers: Push the Button

Push the Button is rounded and accomplished where 2002's Come With Us was uneven and tentative. If you were worried that an unfocused fourth album was the beginning of diminishing returns for the pair, their fifth album serves as a reminder that the Chemical Brothers should never be underestimated.

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	The Chemical Brothers: “Galvanize”

Is there any greater event in the whole of electronic dance music than the release of a new Chemical Brothers single? OK, you may disagree,

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	The Chemical Brothers: Come With Us

Pop the new Chemical Brothers album, Come With Us into your CD player, and let the genie out of the bottle. A flurry of soundtrack

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10 Sep 2001 // 3:00 PM

	The Chemical Brothers: It Began in Afrika

Boy, do I feel like an idiot. After enjoying the hell out of 1999’s rock-electronica opus Surrender, I jumped when a new Chemical Brothers disc

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31 Dec 1994 // 10:03 PM

	The Chemical Brothers, Surrender

The poster boys of big beat, that hip amalgam of electronica and rock that has dug it’s way into the national consciousness via Fatboy

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//Mixed media

The Hills Are Alive, But Nobody Else Is in 'The Happiness of the Katakuris'

// Short Ends and Leader

"Happiness of the Katakuris is one of Takashi Miike's oddest movies, and that's saying something.

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