WHERE’S YOUR ORCHESTRA AT
While in town for Electric Gardens Festival.
Joining Eric Prydz, Sasha and Jamie Jones.
FYI electro fans.
Basement Jaxx‘s comeback may not spark the same mania as Daft Punk‘s Random Access Memories, but Junto (Spanish for ‘together’) is totally in-sync with partyland’s rediscovery of deeper, groovier house music. Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe, whose partnership began as DJs in Brixton in the mid-’90s, have kept their trademark quirkiness. Junto is effervescent and
Dance duo tease Feb Aus tour!
Basement Jaxx are back, dropping their new track Back 2 The Wild today, and it’s huge – check it out below.
Many punters are beginning to ask where the Australian Cricket Associations heads are at after the Herald Sun reported that the 2013 Summer Cricket Season would feature entertainment from none other than the Basement Jaxx. Famous for their deep house roots, the British duo will play three sets (so far) during One Day matches against
Earlier in 2011, British dance duo Basement Jaxx got together with Dutch orchestra the Metropole Orkest for a special concert in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The concert contained versions of Jaxx’s Red Alert, Where’s Your Head At, Good Luck, Raindrops, and music that Jaxx member Felix Buxton wrote specifically for the night. Now, Basement Jaxx are