The Chemical Brothers have, for nearly 20 years (does one dare call them veterans? Like they’ve been in a war or something?), been routinely fantastic on record. And to those who’ve lost themselves to the pair’s phenomenal live show at any field-, warehouse-, tent- or shed-held event, they’re possibly the most exciting musical experience to ever unfold before one’s eyes.
Wonky Orbital Review, a fantastic return which will appeal to middle-aged ravers and fresher ears alike.
It would seem that with their Star Trek-sampling track Time Becomes, from their self-titled LP of 1993 – “…where time becomes a loop,” repeats actor Michael Dorn – Orbital were already seeing into the future of a perpetual forever, locked into a pattern of repetition.