The band's acclaimed debut, 'Exit Planet Dust' was in the UK charts for many weeks, charting in each year from its release in 1995 until 2000.
KISS, Iron Maiden and System Of A Down were due to headline Download, while the Isle Of Wight was set to host Lewis Capaldi, The Chemical Brothers and Lionel Richie.
The singer-songwriter covers ‘Setting Sun’ from The Chemical Brothers and Noel Gallagher.
Other big names on the bill include Run The Jewels, Rick Astley and The Stone Roses' Ian Brown.
By the time of 2002's 'Come With Us,' Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons had long since established themselves as one of the world’s most innovative dance acts.
Packing with dizzying dancefloor pieces, ‘Come With Us’ found The Chemical Brothers rebuilding electronica for the new millennium.
With their ‘Push The Button’ album, The Chemical Brothers moved with the times, putting their own twist on past sounds and contemporary influences.
From one-hit-wonders to crossover sensations and timeless anthems, the best songs of 1999 defined an era and marked the start of a new millennium.
The hugely popular Suffolk festival returns to Henham Park from 16 to 19 July next year.
The iconic UK festival will return once between 11 and 14 June, with the above acts topping the bill across the entire weekend.
This new remix of is an edit taken from a longer 'Surrender'-inspired piece The Avalanches created that is due for release in the future.
The new editions brings together the original album with previously unreleased 'Secret Psychedelic Mixes' and a selection of B-sides and remixes.
Tame Impala are set to play their first UK show after the release of their fourth album, 'The Slow Rush', on 14 February.
Unreleased at the time, the 'Out Of Control' mixes were recently unearthed when archive work began on the new, expanded edition of 1999's 'Surrender'.
With a little help from Noel Gallagher, The Chemical Brothers’ ‘Setting Sun’ single hit topped the charts, and remains a psych-tinged classic.