Diamond started life as a punk rocker in the band Chicken Pox, but taking inspiration from artists such as New Order, Michael Jackson, and Roxy Music, he veered towards electro and joined The Party. However, he is best known for his collaboration in Stardust with Alan Braxe and Thomas Bangalter (of D
Lauded by Details Magazine as "the metal machine music of Lou Reed's nightmares," Future Sound of London bridges the gap between the driving beats of techno and the pleasant waves of orchestral ambient music. Out from the trashbin of mid-'90s techno, the group's sound has emerged without a smudge.
Samuel Barber's "Adagio for Strings" is indubitably a masterpiece of the most sublime emotional order. The notion of reinventing this classical mainstay might seem impossible, defamatory, or even ridiculous. Apparently, William Orbit is willing to risk it: his "Pieces in a Modern Style" (2000) gives
The Chemical Brothers' short story seems riddle with chance occurences. The chance that two guys who met in a college history class in the early 1990s would spawn the creation of the Dust Brothers (renamed the Chemical Brothers in 1995). The chance that a couple of geeks with a penchant for old guita