Festival International de Benicassim is one of the biggest parties of the summer, and the best news is that it's held at a seaside town in Spain. Basically a holiday with the best nightlife you can imagine, not only does it pull incredible DJs such as Snakehips and Jamie XX, but also dance and electronic heavyweights such as Major Lazer and Chemical Brothers. Throw in one of the best live bands of all time Muse and the rapper gliding from strength to strength Kendrick Lamar, and there's no reas
The enitre bill for Festival International de Benicassim has been released and it's jam-packed as usual. Join us on the Spanish coast for headliners such as Muse, Chemical Brothers and a show-stopping set from Kendrick Lamar. What more could you want?
We headed up north in the August Bank Holiday weekend to check out one of electronic music's finest festivals Creamfields. With every DJ under the sun performing, read what Leanne loved throughout the weekend!
The Chemical Brothers will unleash a brand new live show at Sonar 2015, check out the details inside!
The latest news out of Snowbombing HQ is that the mighty Prodigy & Chemical Brothers will be heading the 2014 edition on the mountains!
Hot off the press is the lineup for this years Creamfields! This years line including Saturday headliners, block rocking beat makers The Chemical Brothers, Tiësto and Paul Van Dyk. Sunday will see heavy hitters Swedish House Mafia and David Guetta take the reins!
Hungary's Sziget Festival returns for 2011 with new stages, new trends, and last years prices!. With a lineup including the Pulp, Dizzie Rascal, The Chemical Brothers, Judas Priest and Motörhead, this years Sziget is bound to be a stormer!
Hot in from the Wireless Festival HQ is the announcement of the Friday and Saturday night headliners. Black Eyed Peas will be headlining Friday 1st July whilst The Chemical Brothers will headline Saturday 2nd July 2011.
One of the biggest bands of the year Kasabian and the legendary Chemical Brothers are confirmed as the headliners for Rockness 2011, a year in which organisers have promised will be the 'Year of the Ness'