The English electronic group Underworld hails from Cardiff, Wales. The talented duo has been recording music since 1980. The band is recognized for their unique visual style and spectacular live performances. Influencing a wide range of artists, Underworld’s music has featured on soundtracks for several movies including the famous “Trainspotting”, “Sunshine” and “Breaking and Entering.” Best known for their track “Born Slippy” the duo is credited with four EP’s and eight studio albums. Over the course of their career, the talented duo has developed a loyal fan following. Underworld tickets are highly recommended for electronic music enthusiasts. The group has also helped in composing music for high profile events and has performed at various festivals.
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Electronic music group, Underworld is best recognized for hit dance music singles “Born Slippy” and “Two Months Off.” The band has a wide following in the underground music scene, and has been considerably successful commercially.
The English electronic group was formed in 1987. Hyde and Smith joined with bass players Alfie Thomas and Baz Allen and drummer Bryn Burrows to from Underworld MK1. Under the label of Sire Records, the band released their debut album, Underneath the Radar, in 1988. The title song from the album became their first hit on the Billboard charts. Underworld MK1 disbanded in 1990 and a year later the duo resurfaced, this time joined by Darren Emerson, who completed their techno trio.
In 1994, they released dubnobasswithmyheadman, an album which is considered a defining work in their career. It incorporated a range of dance rhythms and minimum lyrics to create a unique techno/rock sound. The album was well-received and included danceable hits like “Dirty Epic” and “Cow Girl.”
In 1996, Underworld released their fourth studio album Second Toughest in The Infants. The album proved to be a commercial success, with its release coinciding with that of the famous movie, “Trainspotting”. “Born Slippy. NUXX” was the hit single from the album that featured as the soundtrack for the movie and instantly became a dance music hit. The track has sold over a million copies and has appeared on several mashups, remixes and compilations. The single “Dark and Long” also featured on the movie.
The first song from the album, “Juanita/Kiteless/To Dream of Love” is Underworld’s longest song to date. The success of the album propelled the band to fame and they continued to produce and record great music in later years.
Tour success and live album
Underworld’s tour in 1999 was very well received and prompted the release of their first live album, Everything, Everything. In 2002, the duo’s highly acclaimed album, AHundredDaysOff followed. It charted at the second position on the Billboard Top Electronic Albums chart.
Oblivion with Bells (2007) was the band’s first studio album in five years. The album notched a first place on the Top Electronic Albums chart, and featured the charting dance single “Crocodile.” 2010 saw the release of their studio album, Barking, which featured several guest producers including Paul Van Dyk and Appleblim.
Other notable works
Besides “Trainspotting” the band has also had success in producing soundtracks for other movies. These include Anthony Minghella’s 2006 movie, “Breaking and Entering,” and another movie with Danny Boyle, “Sunshine”. The duo also worked with Boyle on the task of directing and composing music for the Winter Olympics 2012. In 2014 the band released an expanded edition of their famed album dubnobasswithmyheadman, and announced a tour in support of it.
Underworld’s live concerts are a party you wouldn’t want to miss. The duo, accompanied by famous DJ Darren Price, takes audiences on a wild ride with their hits. So grab those Underworld tickets before they run out.
Underworld Tour Dates 2020 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Underworld's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in San Francisco at the Warfield on 15-May-20, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for New York at the Hammerstein Ballroom on 20-May-20. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
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Underworld Ticket Prices
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