Andy McCluskey says: “The whole reason for being OMD, even 40 years into our career, is to keep doing music...
The Chemical Brothers' ‘Born In The Echoes,’ released in most countries July 17, is certain to amplify their reputation as masters of global club culture
Just ahead of the new Chemical Brothers set ‘Born In The Echoes,’ Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons today mark 20 years since their UK album chart debut.
Here’s the fascinating collaboration between the Chemical Brothers and St. Vincent. ‘Under Neon Lights’ will be on the new Chems album ‘Born In The Echoes.’
Here’s 'Go,' the brand new video by the Chemical Brothers, who've announced that their 'Born In The Echoes' album will be released in mid-July.
Underworld’s ‘Baby Wants To Ride’ collaboration with Heller & Farley has become the UK’s first weekly vinyl No. 1 single.
House producers iLL BLU have teamed up with chart-topping British singer-songwriter James Morrison for ‘Lonely People.’ Watch the brand new video above.
On 2 March 1991, Enigma entered the US album chart for the first time with 'MCMXC A.D,' on its way to quadruple platinum status there.
He was born Steven Harrington, on 28 May 1959, and was known as Steve Strange, dating from his time as lead singer and frontman of the band Visage
Remembering Edgar Froese, the frontman of the pioneering German band Tangerine Dream, who founded the group in 1967 and was its only constant member.
Polydor/Universal synth-pop act Years & Years have been named as winners of the prestigious BBC Sound Of 2015 poll.
Belgian star Stromae is continuing his spectacular sales achievements, as his ‘Racine Carrée’ album moves over three million sales worldwide.
Vangelis went right back to the soil for the album with which he entered the UK chart on 13 October 1984.
British dance pacesetters Underworld are celebrating the first release in Universal Music’s new exclusive worldwide deal for their collected works. reDiscover 'Dubnobasswithmyheadman' here.
Multi-platinum ‘Wake Me Up’ hitmaker Avicii is back with the new single 'The Days.'
We’re going back to 1979 for the chance to reDiscover 'China' by the Oscar-winning Greek composer and artist Vangelis.