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Nov 11, 2016

Last year The Chemical Brothers released their first new studio album in five years, Born in the Echoes, via longtime label Astralwerks. And last week the British electronic duo shared a brand new song, "C-h-e-m-i-c-a-l." More

Nov 04, 2016

Last year The Chemical Brothers released their first new studio album in five years, Born in the Echoes, via longtime label Astralwerks. Now the British electronic duo has shared a brand new song, "C-h-e-m-i-c-a-l." It's a standalone single that is available on iTunes and Spotify now and can be streamed below. More

Watch: The Chemical Brothers - “Wide Open” (feat. Beck) Video

Born in the Echoes Out Now via Astralwerks

Jan 25, 2016

Back in July The Chemical Brothers released their first new studio album in five years, Born in the Echoes, via longtime label Astralwerks. Now the British electronic duo has shared a video for "Wide Open" (which has vocals by Beck). Dom&nic, who have worked with The Chemical Brothers before, directed the clip, feature features a dancer as she slowly transforms into something more translucent. Watch it below. More

Aug 17, 2015

Back in July The Chemical Brothers released their first new studio album in five years, Born in the Echoes, via longtime label Astralwerks. The British electronic duo has already shared the Michel Gondry-directed video for "Go" (which features Q-Tip), now they've released a video for "Sometimes I Feel So Deserted." More

Jul 30, 2015

A couple of weeks back The Chemical Brothers released their first new studio album in five years, Born in the Echoes, via longtime label Astralwerks. More

Listen: The Chemical Brothers - “Wide Open” (feat. Beck)

Born in the Echoes Due July 17th via Astralwerks

Jul 10, 2015

Back in April The Chemical Brothers announced their first new studio album in five years, Born in the Echoes, due out July 17th via longtime label Astralwerks. More

Listen: The Chemical Brothers - “EML Ritual” (feat. Ali Love)

Born in the Echoes Due July 17th via Astralwerks

Jul 03, 2015

Back in April The Chemical Brothers announced their first new studio album in five years, Born in the Echoes, due out July 17th via longtime label Astralwerks.  More

Listen: The Chemical Brothers - “Under Neon Lights” (feat. St. Vincent)

Born in the Echoes Due July 17th via Astralwerks

Jun 22, 2015

Back in April The Chemical Brothers announced their first new studio album in five years, Born in the Echoes, due out July 17th via longtime label Astralwerks. More

The Chemical Brothers Announce New Album Featuring St. Vincent, Beck, Cate Le Bon, and Others

Born in the Echoes Due July 17th via Astralwerks, Listen to "Sometimes I Feel So Deserted"

Apr 23, 2015

The Chemical Brothers have announced their first new studio album in five years and as is their pattern, it features some impressive guests: St. VincentBeckCate Le BonQ-Tip, and Ali Love. Titled Born in the Echoes, it's due out July 17th via longtime label Astralwerks. More

Feb 08, 2012

Earlier this month The Chemical Brothers debuted the Adam Smith-directed concert film Don't Think across 600 cinemas in 30 countries.  More

Stream Now: The Chemical Brothers “Container Park”

Song Off Soundtrack for Upcoming Film 'Hanna'

Mar 07, 2011

Electronic duo The Chemical Brothers have been busy composing the score for action-thriller Hanna. We have the exclusive preview of "Container Park." More

Jul 28, 2010

The Chemical Brothers' seventh studio album, Further, is surprisingly good, in that head-trippy way. We have the video for "Another World." More

New Chemical Brothers Album Due Out June

Further Accompanied By Film

Mar 30, 2010

Further is the seventh studio album for The Chemical Brothers and it's due out on Freestyle Dust/ Astralwerks on June 8, 2010. The album will be released with corresponding visuals. More



Reviews

Born in the Echoes

Born in the Echoes

Astralwerks

Jul 17, 2015

Twenty years strong, eight albums deep, and five years' anticipation, the hope is that The Chemical Brothers' latest, Born in the Echoes, will introduce some subtlety and song craft to today's dancefloor bangers. More