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The Chemical Brothers - EML Ritual (Making Of the Live Visuals)


EML Ritual is the third track to be released from The Chemical Brothers latest album 'Born In Echoes', the track features vocals from Ali Love. Take a look behind the scenes on the shoot for the video. 

The Chemical Brothers - I'll Sere You There (Making Of the Live Visuals)


Take a look and see how the visuals for I'll See You There were created. The track is featured on The Chemical Brothers' eighth studio album 'Born in the Echoes' and features a vocal from Canadian poet Bill Bissett.

Lowlands 2015! We Have Good News And Bad News...


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The 23rd edition of the Netherlands' Lowlands Festival sees yet another wave of incredible artists hit the bill ahead of the date this summer. Hot Chip and Kendrick Lamar are among the major new additions, with seventeen more acts also announced.

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Following the enormous success of his worldwide number one third album 'To Pimp A Butterfly', Kendrick Lamar is bringing his hip hop talent to the festival circuit with Lowlands just being the latest in a string of gigs this summer; he will also be playing Bonnaroo, Summerfest, Outside Lands and Reading Festival in the UK. Hot Chip will be supporting their own new album, 'Why Make Sense?', which is set to be released on May 15th 2015.

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The Chemical Brothers Announce New Album With Lead Track 'Sometimes I Feel So Deserted' [Listen]


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The Chemical Brothers are set to return with an all new studio album this Summer, 'Born In The Echoes', featuring eleven tracks of captivating electronica and a host of impressive collaborators. They also unveil the stunning first track 'Sometimes I Feel So Deserted'.

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The electronic pioneers bring back their brand of mind-bending musicianship, five years since the release of their last record 'Further'. While there was no sign of any musical guests on that album, 'Born In The Echoes' changes all that by introducing a host of new and old collaborators. Q-Tip, who last appeared on 2005's 'Push the Button', will feature on track two 'Go', and Ali Love will return for 'EML Ritual'. Meanwhile, they have also taken on board the talents of St. Vincent for 'Under Neon Lights', Cate Le Bon on the title track and Grammy winning Beck on 'Wide Open'.

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The Chemical Brothers - Sometimes I Feel So Deserted


'Sometimes I Feel So Deserted' is the first track to be released from The Chemical Brothers' upcoming eighth studio album 'Born In The Echoes', which is set for release on July 17th 2015 through Virgin EMI Records.

The Chemical Brothers - This Is Not A Game (From The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1. / Audio)


The Chemical Brothers release an audio for their track 'This Is Not A Game', which features on the soundtrack for 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1'. The full soundtrack album will be released on November 17th 2014.

Chemical Brothers, Don't Think - Live From Japan Album Review


Earlier this year, The Chemical Brothers became the first artists of their kind to release a four-dimensional movie of a live performance in cinemas only. Recorded last July at the Fuji Rock festival in Niigata, Japan, 'Don't Think' is a visually interactive documentary that captures the essence of The Chemical Brothers live performance in every way possible. Having witnessed the cinematic experience at Nottingham's Showcase in February alongside a smattering of hardcore fans and passers by, its one of those films that demands to be seen, perhaps more importantly, in the right surroundings. Directed by Adam Smith, whose previous credits range from overseeing episodes of Dr Who and Skins to music videos for The Streets as well as providing visuals for The Chemical Brothers first ever gig in 1994, 'Don't Think' is a timeless collection of footage highlighting the euphoric intensity of one of the UK's most consistent live acts these past two decades.

Chemical Brothers - Don't Think - Live From Japan Album Review

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3rd August, 1989