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Monday

THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS: Galvanize

Nothing is as influential as the past. As electronica waned from the American consciousness, the Chemical Brother maintained a steady, though diminished hold on the innovation of music by plundering the influences of the past: glitchy electro, old school hip hop, and anthemic rock loops. On their return to the forefront, The Chemical Brothers partner with American rapper Q-Tip to bring this eastern string inspired battle groove in an attempt to reassert electronica's rhythmic pulse back into the mainstream. What's on the leading edge in underground dance music? Krumping (breakdancing while wearing clownfaced make-up) and it's showcased in their latest clip. Watch the video (qt).

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