The Avalanches share collaboration with The International Space Orchestra.
The Avalanches shared two new tracks earlier this month, including 'Wherever You Go', featuring Jamie XX and an interstellar radio recording entitled the Arecibo message. The Arecibo is an interstellar radio signal carrying information about humanity, sent to a galaxy over 25,000 light years away. The message was sent hoping to find signs of intelligent life in the universe.
The Avalanches have shared two new singles.
After revealing that their third studio album had been completed, Australian electronic group The Avalanches have shared the two new tracks, 'Reflecting Light' and 'Wherever You Go', featuring Jamie XX and Neneh Cherry, as well as Sananda Maitreya and Vashti Bunyan.
The Avalanches have shared a new album is on the way.
After sharing last month that they had been working on music with an astronomer, Australian electronic group The Avalanches have revealed that their third studio album has been completed.
Celebrating the fourth anniversary of their 2016 LP 'Wallflower' in an Instagram post, The Avalanches said that a third album had been "delivered for mastering late last night."
The Avalanches have teased a project alongside an astronomer.
The electronic group, who released new single 'Running Red Lights' earlier this year, shared via Instagram that they were recently contacted by 90-year-old astronomer and astrophysicist, Frank Drake.
Vaughan Mason has died, aged 69.
The Avalanches have shared a new single.
Entitled 'Running Red Lights', the track features Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo, LA-based artist and Pink Siifu, was released today (19th March).
The Avalanches and Jamie xx will play at a one-off climate change benefit concert.
The event, ‘No Coal Zone’, will take place at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion on Saturday 14th March. Jamie xx will headline the event, accompanied by performances from The Avalanches, Midnight Juggernauts, Ptwiggs and the Heaps Gay crew.
The Avalanches have unveiled a new track with Blood Orange, AKA Dev Hynes.
Titled 'We Will Always Love You', it's the group's first new track to emerge since the release of their 2016 comeback album, 'Wildflower'. Teasing the new track yesterday, the band telegraphed the song title in morse code on the top of the Capitol Tower.
The Avalanches have remixed The Chemical Brothers' 1999 hit 'Out of Control'.
Continuing the celebrations of The Chemical Brothers 'Surrender' album, and joining remixes from the likes of KiNK, Sasha, and Soulwax from the album's reissue, Australian group The Avalanches have re-worked 'Out of Control'.
It's the electronic band's first release since their 2016 album 'Wallflower', which came 15 years after their debut album, 'Since I Left You'.
Listen to The Avalanche's remix of 'Out of Control' below.
Despite taking 16 years to write the follow-up to 2000's 'Since I Left You', The Avalanches have announced that they've already begun working on the follow-up to 2016's 'Wildflower'.
Speaking with Sydney-based radio station FBI Radio, the band’s Robbie Chater admitted they've begun working on new material between tours.
“In the few weeks since we’ve been home from the States, Tony and myself have just been writing,” explained Chater.