Grammy-nominated band Hot Chip are back in North America in support of their fifth album In Our Heads, which was released in June.
Hot Chip are excited to share their Peter Serafinowicz-directed video for Night And Day, the first single from their forthcoming fifth LP, In Our Heads (June 12th).
Breton announce new London show and dates in the USA and Europe.
To herald the release of their new EP, We Have Remixes, on Sept 7th, Hot Chip will be bringing their explosive live show back to North America in October supporting LCD Soundsystem.
The band will also go interactive via MXP4-powered release allowing fans to play with remixes of their top 20 Billboard dance hit "I Feel Better."
London band Special Benny release debut album.
Band includes actor Mat Baynton and Grovesnor/Hot Chip drummer Rob Smoughton; exclusive artwork by upcoming artist Mat Pringle.
Hot Chip announce summer shows.
Due to popular demand, Hot Chip bring their live show back to the US for two exclusive performances: Lollapalooza and Central Park Summerstage.
While not drumming for Hot Chip, Rob Smoughton moonlights as Grovesnor, blending silky vocals with retro synth melodies.
In anticipation of the May 25th release of his Lo Recordings solo debut Soft Return, Grovesnor is releasing a remix of his first single off Soft Return, "Taxi From The Airport".
NPR Music's "Live in Concert" from All Songs Considered series will webcast an exciting live double bill featuring breakout U.K. bands Hot Chip and The xx Saturday, April 24, 2010 from the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C.
Photo: Hot Chip. Both bands are known for their distinct electronic sounds, but feature separate yet equally rewarding ways of creating their music.
Following the release of the band's masterful fourth long player One Life Stand, Hot Chip are delighted to announce details of their new single "I Feel Better", to be released digitally April 20th on Astralwerks.
Indeed, Hot Chip is back with an epic hit of euphoric hands-in-the-air bliss. A House stomp that summons up the spirit of Black Box, S'Express and InnerCity's "Goodlife" and takes inspiration from the burgeoning UK Funky scene.
Tracey Thorn is set to release her new album 'Love And Its Opposite' on 17th May, 2010 on Strange Feeling Records.
"When I was young, I imagined middle age to be a kind of comfort zone, but in fact, having got here, I now feel it's more of a war zone. The songs are where I dump all that shit so that I can get on with my life without jumping off a bridge."