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*plus applicable service fees
Tickets are also available service charge free at The Fox Theater’s Box Office (located on the 19th street side of the theater) on show dates and on Fridays from noon – 7:00pm.
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The Chemical Brothers have announced their ninth studio album, No Geography. No Geography follows the British duo’s GRAMMY®-nominated 2015 album, Born In the Echoes, which was their sixth consecutive UK No. 1 album. Pre-order No Geography HERE via Astralwerks.
No Geography is set for a spring 2019 release and features the exuberant new anthem, “Free Yourself.” The song, which was dubbed “a euphoric, multi-faceted odyssey of blistering synths and deep grooves” by Rolling Stone, was accompanied by a groundbreaking music video directed by long time creative collaborators, Dom&Nic. View the “Free Yourself” video HERE.
The Chemical Brothers also announce their first North American live shows since 2015. The tour will conclude on May 17 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. The Black Madonna will join as special guest for the San Francisco show.
For over twenty years The Chemical Brothers have redefined the idea of live electronic music. In that time, their live show has evolved from humble beginnings in dank London nightclubs into one of the most in demand festival headline sets in the world. All the while, it has adhered to the same basic idea: that the gig should create its own transcendent audio/visual space where the audience can lose themselves for the duration of the set. The band’s ongoing relationship with director and visual artists Adam Smith and Marcus Lyall continues to produce hallucinogenic results across the globe, (as seen in 2012’s collaborative concert film ‘Don’t Think’).
In 2015, the legendary duo – comprising Ed Simons and Tom Rowlands – released their GRAMMY®-nominated album, Born In The Echoes, which featured collaborations with such artists as Q-Tip, St. Vincent and Beck, plus visual experimentation with Oscar-winning director Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Science of Sleep, The Green Hornet) and in virtual reality with Chris Milk. Pitchfork praised Born In The Echoes as “some of the best pure pop songs Rowlands and Simons have ever made” while NME declared it “a bold reinvention of the Chemical Brothers’ sound.” The Chemical Brothers have sold more than 12 million albums and six million singles worldwide. They have had six No. 1 albums in the U.K. and were the first electronic act ever to receive a GRAMMY, winning in the Best Rock Instrumental Performance category for “Block Rockin’ Beats” – the first of their four GRAMMY wins.
A sublime technician behind the decks, The Black Madonna is known for fluent and dynamic vinyl sets, which span from disco to techno. And then of course, there’s her inimitable energy, an infectious joy and ability to connect with the room, which along with her skill has cemented her as a beloved regular and crowd favorite at revered venues such as Panorama Bar. Her DJ mixes for Beats In Space, Little White Earbuds and Bicep’s Rinse FM show remain highly regarded, selected from deep crates and executed with precision.
The Black Madonna’s catalog of releases/remixes includes labels such as Argot, Stripped & Chewed, Classic, Freerange and Home Taping is Killing Music. Crosstalk International described her “Lady Of Sorrows EP” on Argot, as “her most fully realized work to date — A great leap forward from the sample-clad disco house of her records for Home Taping Is Killing Music and Stripped & Chewed. Weaving live orchestration and irresistible synth lines through tough percussive frames, both tracks bare their souls to listeners with enough muscle to command dancers’ attention.” In 2014, she followed up the Argot release with two back to back EP’s. Both sold out immediately and remain highly sought after on the vinyl market.