Chemical Brothers set to bring the house down in TA

Following a five-year hiatus, the 2015 release Born in the Echoes was viewed by many fans as a return to form.

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May 31, 2016 21:26
The Chemical Brothers

The Chemical Brothers. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Multi Grammy Award-winning electronic music duo The Chemical Brothers will perform at the Tel Aviv Convention Center on November 12.

Formed in Manchester in 1991 by Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, The Chemical Brothers last visited Israel in 1998, when they performed in Latrun.

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They have released seven studio albums to date, five of which consecutively debuted at number 1 in the UK.

Along with The Prodigy, Fatboy Slim, Underworld, Orbital and Apollo 440 they were pioneers at bringing the bigbeat electronic dance genre to the forefront of pop culture.

Some of their biggest hits include “Block Rockin’ Beats,” “Galvanize,” “Do It Again” and “Hey Boy Hey Girl.”

Their score for the film Hanna won multiple awards, while the track “Don’t Think” from their album Further was featured in the hugely acclaimed Oscar winning movie Black Swan.

Following a five-year hiatus, the 2015 release Born in the Echoes was viewed by many fans as a return to form.

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