TEST MOVIE SOUNDTRACK
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[ May 1st 2001 ]
Brothers have been testing the water for their
upcoming album by loading club DJ's with their
latest "Galaxy Bounce" track which is set to appear
on the upcoming Elektra Tomb Raider movie soundtrack,
SonicNET reports today.
and Ed Simons have given a few potential tracks
for their new disc to DJs who are testing them
out on club kids. "It's looser rather than making
everything a big deal, you do a piece of music
and you get people to play it and you see if it
grows or evolves naturally. And then we can take
time to see if we like it." Rowlands said shortly
before the duo's set at the Coachella Valley Music
and Arts Festival on Saturday. The club tryouts
could lead to the release of a single this summer.
The Chemical Brothers have spent the last several
months holed up in their London studio working
on music for their fourth full-length album, the
follow-up to 1999's Surrender.
has brought with it some anxiety about topping,
or at least matching, their previous work, Simons
said. "We've made a lot of music now, and we want
to make a record that is as good or better than
what we've done before. ... Every time, the record
you made before suddenly becomes this giant thing,
and you think, 'That was so good how did we ever
do it?'" We think that; no one else does," Rowlands
added with a laugh. The Brothers tried out a few
new tracks on the Coachella crowd during their
festival-capping DJ set, including "Galaxy Bounce,"
from the upcoming "Tomb Raider" soundtrack (June
5), and the tentatively titled "It Began in Africa."