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All the singles and albums of CHASE & STATUS, peak chart positions, career stats, Date, Title, Artist, Peak Pos, WoC CHASE & STATUS FT LIAM BAILEY. Chase and Status say they refuse to 'chase singles' despite poppier work with Craig David and Emeli Sandé on new album Tribe. CHASE AND STATUS with special guests Netsky Live, Pusha T and Moko Date: Saturday 9th November ; Doors Open: pm; Pricing: £ Current single Count On Me featuring Moko, is released on 29th September. Saul Milton.
And with album number three just around the corner, there is just no letting up yet. We had a chat with Saul to find out how the pair have been celebrating their decade together and just what presents will be waiting for us in the very near future. You headlined one of the most prestigious dance stages in festival season on The Other Stage and held a surprise DJ set at Arcadia during Glastonbury this year. How was the festival for you? We had a kind of vision and a little dream and when that happens it's more surreal than anything.
We had to have in-ears in so it was quite quiet on stage, we were quite removed from it all. We were just getting on with it really and more concerned about it being good.
Blind Faith (Chase & Status song)
It was great looking back on it, the visuals were fantastic and we are really pleased with the stage show and how everything sounded. Afterwards, we did a DJ set at Arcadia and Skrillex jumped on back to back with us for the last half an hour. It was a long day but an exciting one. Looking back what have been the highlights of your career so far other than Glastonbury?
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The fact of having tunes released and having EZ play them on Kiss on a Saturday was pretty phenomenal. The first time we played at The End for RAM Records, and signing to RAM, was the real pinnacle of our career, then writing the first album and getting signed to a major. Being woken up by a phone call from Rihanna saying, 'do you want to do some tunes with us? There are so many moment and recalling them now it does sound quite impressive, and it is pretty incredible I guess but you just get on with it man and you are always thinking about the next day and the next thing to do.
Never rest on your laurels. We're always looking to improve and see how things could be better, and hopefully we can achieve that. And we are really harping back to where we are from. So there are the '90s and the hardcore influences, The Prodigy influences, the '90s East Coast hip-hop influences, all the way to the rude boys when we were going down to Bagleys to One Nation and going down to The End, and you know that whole kind of era.
Back in December, Ben Pearce's 'What I Might Do' became a late contender for house track of the year, incorporating all the simple yet effective foundations of dance to create a bass laden hit drenched in soul.
Formerly a promoter, Pearce has moved to the other side of the dance world and will be playing a string of festival dates this summer, catch him before he takes over. Whether you're a die hard fan or see it as another forgettable sub-genre, there's no denying Hudson Mohawke and Lunice, otherwise known as TNGHT officially brought the 'trap' movement to the masses on their self titled debut EP last year.
Infusing hip hop inspired instrumentals with gargantuan beats, this duo are leaders in their field, with their first full length being one of the most anticipated records of the year. Formerly a regular addition to the playlists of night-time specialist DJ's, has seen Duke Dumont make the seamless transition into the mainstream. In the wake of his breakthrough, Dumont real name Adam Dyment has no intention of slowing down, putting out a string of incredible remixes over the last few months.
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As far as debut singles go, Chris Malinchak couldn't have made a better entrance than with the sublime 'So Good To Me'. Managing to encapsulate the form of bliss that can only come from the summer, the American producer's chart bothering single will no doubt be played for years to come whenever the sun is out, and we're hoping that his forthcoming new material will make him a big hitter in the future.
Yasminwhilst their follow up, a collaboration with Clean Bandit looks to take the duo to new heights in the house world. It was kind of obvious that Disclosure were going to be big this year, but no one could of anticipated the reaction they have seen towards their debut album, which dropped earlier this week.
Some are already claiming 'Settle' is the best electronic album of the year, whilst their newly revamped live show sets them up to conquer the festivals this summer. Biggest breakthrough of ?
Of all the remix artists to break this year, Cyril Hahn may just be our favourite. Although French turntable collective C2C have been together sinceit took them 14 years to release their debut album, and 'Tetra' sat as one of the most creative records of Dr Pepper's recent use of single 'Down The Road' in an advert has seen the award winning group go borderline viral in recent months, indicating may just be their year.