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In the mid 90s, the Chems – Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons – established themselves at the forefront of the electronic dance music scene (before “EDM” became an overused catch all phrase for any number of dance music genres), with the release of their debut, Exit Planet Dust. The album pre-dated several other important electronica releases in the Nineties including Fatboy Slim’s Better Living Through Chemistry in 1996, and Daft Punk’s debut Homework (1997).
What Public Enemy did for hip-hop, The Chemical Brothers did for electronic dance music. Through ingenious sampling, songwriting, and pure, high energy grooves and bombastic sounds, the Chemical Brothers broke through to become global superstars. Continue reading →
It’s been three years since the world discovered the incredible R&B sounds and talent singer and songwriter Lianne La Havas. From her intimate and stunning live shows to her 2012 acclaimed debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, La Havas, stole a lot of hearts and won a lot of fans around the world. Continue reading →
Since the release of their last studio album, Circuital, in 2011, Jim James – the lead singer, guitarist and songwriter in My Morning Jacket – has been musically active on outside projects. That will change when MMJ hit the road this Summer, touring in conjunction with the release of their new studio album, The Waterfall, on May 4th. Continue reading →