The Charlatans frontman's previous listening parties have delved into lauded albums by The Chemical Brothers, Steven Wilson and The Streets.
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.
From art house shorts to visionary stylings and tongue-in-cheek parodies, here are the Top 20 decade-defining 90s music videos.
Peaking on some of their best-loved numbers, ‘Surrender’ found The Chemical Brothers at the height of their powers and on the verge of a new era.
The history of club music runs from groundbreaking Paradise Garade DJs such as Larry Levan, to 90s and 00s club megabombs.
The party kicks off on social media on Friday, 24 April at 9pm UK time.
Building on their debut album, The Chemical Brothers’ ‘Dig Your Own Hole’ represents the zenith of their big beat take on the all-conquering Britpop.
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.
The Chemical Brothers can be credited with popularising the post house big beat movement of the early 1990s, enjoying five number one albums.
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.