“spell-binding and forward-thinking” NME ****
“Vividly melodic, restlessly inventive” Uncut 8/10“Their most enjoyable album since Surrender” Album of the Month, Mixmag ****
“The Chemical Brothers are finally ready to take on the world again” Album of the Month, Long Live Vinyl 9/10
“Hitting the reset button has unleashed this iconic duo afresh, demonstrating an insatiable ability to forge the perfect dance track, whatever the era” Clash 9/10
‘It’s a feisty, no-holds-barred offering, with their crunching sound taking issue with misogyny in music and the abuse of power that comes with patriarchal structures.’ – Clash MagazinePosted on 05/04/2019
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‘Come Closer’ is a contemporary classical track with an electronic twist, double bass plucks melodically on top of a light icy drone synth. The length of the track lends itself to personal meditation, 9.18 minutes to smooth your hard edges and dampen negative feelings, put this tune on if you are in need of a deep chill. Borgar’s panoramic sound will fully envelop you and leave you feeling calmer than it found you.Posted on 01/03/2019
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‘Harmonica’ by Howie B ft Norman Reedus is the second track from these two gents after their tune ‘A Letter From Space’ on ‘Space Is The Plaice’. Howie will appear on Norman’s hit show ‘Ride With Norman Reedus’ on AMC (USA) on the 10th of Feb, in the episode Howie and Norman meet up to record ‘Harmonica’ at Air-Edel Studios in London, along with scooting and penny farthing their way around the capital.
Taken from his latest EP ‘Don’t Gas Me’, ‘Quality’ samples the classic 1992 hardcore track ‘The Sound Of Music’ by Nookie. “It was one of my favourite songs as a child, and one of the songs that introduced me to hardcore/drum n bass music as well as pirate radio culture, which has been a major influence in my career. I still love making beats and I’m glad I got the blessing to remake this classic,” Dizzee explains to DIY Mag