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.
The band's high-profile third album, 'Surrender' featured vocals from Noel Gallagher, Mercury Rev's Jonathan Donahue, and Mazzy Star's Hope Sandoval.
Over several decades, The best Chemical Brothers songs have drawn on influences from psych to hip-hop, redefining the notion of dance music.
Plundering history while looking to the future, ‘Born In The Echoes’ found The Chemical Brothers launching more electronic battle weapons.
The duo also produced a stunning visual extravaganza, with animations, plenty of strobes and search lights all featuring.
Praised for its diversity and impact, 90s dance music is to electronica fans what the 60s were to classic rock aficionados.
The best Glastonbury performances have not only defined careers, they’ve made musical history. These 30 festival highlights reveal why.