One of the most successful duos in British dance music history, Basement Jaxx found fame with a colorful blend of house, big beat and electropop. Named after the club night they held in their Brixton hometown, Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe formed Basement Jaxx in 1994 and slowly drip fed a number of singles including “Fly Life” and “Red Alert” before releasing their debut album, Remedy, in 1999. 2001 follow-up Rooty further established their reputation as a premier party act, while attention-grabbing videos for “Romeo” and “Where’s Your Head At” helped to increase their tally of hits. After their remix of Missy Elliott’s “4 My People” became a chart smash in its own right, the pair recruited a whole host of guest stars including Dizzee Rascal, Siouxsie Sioux and ex-‘N Sync vocalist JC Chasez for 2003’s Kish Kash. Home to the hits “Good Luck,” “Plug It In” and “Lucky Star,” the record won the Best Electronica/Dance Album at the 2005 Grammy Awards, and the pair’s winning streak continued later that year when their first official compilation, The Singles, peaked at number one in the UK, and they were invited to replace a sick Kylie Minogue as Pyramid Stage headliners at Glastonbury Festival. Lily Allen, Robyn and Dragonette’s Martina Sorbara were just some of the names who contributed to 2006’s fourth LP, Crazy Itch Radio, which was supported by both a headline tour and an opening slot on Robbie Williams’ Close Encounters trek. After penning a track on Cyndi Lauper’s Bring Ya to the Brink, the duo added Yoko Ono, Lightspeed Champion and Santigold to their extensive list of collaborators for 2009’s Scars, which was followed up swiftly by chillout album, Zephyr, later the same year. In 2011, the pair embraced their symphonic leanings, firstly by teaming up with the Metropole Orkest for a live album recorded at Eindhoven’s Muziekcentrum Frits Philips, and secondly by working with composer Steven Price for the original score to Joe Cornish’s directorial debut, Attack the Block. In 2014, the group added to their catalog with seventh studio effort, Junta, and headed out onto the road for a mixture of festival dates, headline shows and DJ sets across the globe.
Crazy Itch Radio (2006)
Kish Kash (2003)
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5-7-15: Electropop duo Basement Jaxx is heading across the pond for a short U.S. run of shows beginning next month. The band will play in San Francisco, Denver, L.A., D.C. and New York over its brief road stint. Basement Jaxx tickets currently average at $77.77 on the secondary market.
Basement Jaxx Performance Videos
Basement Jaxx Tour Dates
Basement Jaxx 2015 Tour Dates
Sat 05/23/15 at Olympic Park in Seoul, South Korea
Fri 06/26/15 at The Public Works in San Francisco, CA
Sat 06/27/15 at Beta in Denver, CO
Sun 06/28/15 at Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA
Tue 06/30/15 at 9:30 Club in Washington, DC
Wed 07/01/15 at SummerStage Central Park / Rumsey Playfield in New York, NY
Sat 07/11/15 at Morris Farm in Chelmsford, United Kingdom
Sun 07/12/15 at Cable Factory in Helsinki, Finland
Fri 07/17/15 at Beat Herder Festival Grounds in Sawley, United Kingdom
Sat 07/18/15 at Hill Farm in Steventon, United Kingdom
Sun 07/19/15 at Festival Grounds in Salacgriva, Latvia
Sat 07/25/15 at Various Venues in Sheffield, United Kingdom
Sat 08/01/15 at Peak District National Park in Derbyshire, United Kingdom
Fri 08/07/15 at Eridge Park in Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom
Thu 08/20/15 at Brussels Summer Festival Grounds in Brussels, Belgium
Sat 08/29/15 at Sefton Park in Liverpool, United Kingdom
Sun 08/30/15 at Clapham Common in Clapham, United Kingdom
Sun 08/30/15 at Southsea Seafront in Portsmouth, United Kingdom