3. They Didn’t Plan To Be A Band
Despite begin collaborative DJ’s, it was actually their manager that suggested they included a drummer and MC. MC Rage was a close friend to the band and Andy Gagadeen (Drummer) was a session musician known for his work with The Bays and Duran Duran.
4. MTA Records Is More Than Alot
Chase & Status started their own label ‘More Than Alot Records’ (MTA Records), where many of their guest features (Moko, Louis M^ttrs, Nero) are signed too.
6. ‘Brand New Machine’ Will Mark Their Largest UK Performance
Their O2 Arena performance will mark their largest UK headline show to date.
7. Creative Collaborations
In support of their tour, they’re working with JD Sports and New Balance to give away studio masterclasses and gig tickets.
8. 10 Years Of Chase & Status
This year marks the tenth year since the formation of the iconic electronic duo, with ‘Pieces’ being their first hit.
9. First Performance in India
The duo will play the multi-genre Barcadi NH7 Weekender, as they mark their first date in India.