Hot Chip are a British electronic music band from London, formed in 2000. They have released five studio albumsâComing on Strong, The Warning, Made in the Dark, One Life Stand and In Our Heads. The group has been nominated for a Grammy as well as the Mercury Prize.
The British electronic band have spoiled us with another video – something pretty rare, considering how the artists usually use in-between-albums time to work on separate projects. But this really nice song just goes to show that they’re operating on peak levels.
Hope you’ve all had one hell of a crazy, yet responsible, good time this New Year’s Eve – after all, it was the last party of the year, of the decade for that matter. Oh, and it’s been such a sweet year for music, filled with some incredible scores on all fronts, hasn’t it? Rest […]
Ah, finally! I’ve been nervously waiting for a follow-up to Made In The Dark, which is quite the pop gem, for ages now, and I can only rejoice at the news that Hot Chip‘s new album, titled “One Life Stand“, will get released at the beginning of 2010. Here’s what I’ve read about the record […]
Hot Chip + Fake Blood = Awesomeness! Lately, I’ve really began to get into Fake Blood’s brilliant remixes, mostly because I love the way he takes other people’s music, mashes up, adds a bit of ‘fake blood’ and cinnamon and makes it his own. His latest remix is that of “Touch Too Much,” originally played […]
Artist name: Hot Chip Album name: Made In The Dark Label: EMI Gender: Electronic Indie/Pop Release date: February 4, 2008 ZMErating: 8/10 Website: www.hotchip.co.uk The electro pop Londoners from [tag]Hot Chip[/tag] have always struck me as your typical smart asses and I simply love them for that. Their awesome blend of smart and humorous knack […]
What a fine week this is gonna be, with new records from the likes of acoustic master [tag]Jack Johnson[/tag], soul/funk multi-instrumentalist [tag]Lenny Kravitz[/tag], country sweetheart [tag]Sheryl Crow[/tag] or electropop brits [tag]Hot Chip[/tag]. Fine week indeed. Jack Johnson: Sleep Through the Static Lenny Kravitz: It is Time for a Love Revolution