by / February 8th, 2011 /

Basement Jaxx and the Dutch Metropole Orkest

Classical music collaborations are big this year. Only last week we reported Micachu and The Shapes work with The London Sinfonietta while last month Farris Badwan of The Horrors brought his Cat’s Eyes project to The Vatican in Rome, you can see that performance here.

Now premier dance-duo Basement Jaxx have collaborated with the Dutch Metropole Orkest for a one-off experimental gig. The performance took place in Holland’s Muziekgebouw Eindhoven where London composer Jules Buckley conducted the orchestra and band. Felix Buxton composed material for the concert which they played alongside some of their biggest hits including ‘Red Alert’, ‘Where’s Your Head At’, ‘Good Luck’, ‘Do Your Thing’ and ‘Raindrops’

The following footage was found on

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