Listening to The Chemical Brothers on record is a treat, but seeing the Manchester duo perform live onstage is a mind-altering experience. The group's reputation for showstopping tours has been earned over decades via a mix of next-level graphics and imaginative use of props and effects. The tour for its latest Grammy-winning album No Geography was a new height of ocular amazement, and fans can feel what it was like to be on that stage during a new exhibit at London's Design Museum.
Alongside its titular artists, Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers will feature intimate looks at the design concepts behind the work of Jeff Mills, Daphne Oram, Jean-Michel Jarre, Aphex Twin and others. The museum will create a club-like environment wherein fans can experience the genres history while peering into its future, as well as understand the infuence of electronic music on contemporary design, fashion and art.