Chase & Status at Alexandra Palace


Over the last five years Chase & Status, aka Saul Milton and Will Kennard, have built up a fan base that includes the likes of Jay Z, Snoop Dogg, Pharell, Andy C, Hype, Pendulum, Annie Mac and Zane Lowe. Following the success of the debut album More Than A lot, which stormed into the UK dance charts at number two, Chase & Status continue to balance their time between DJ sets, live tours and extensive studio sessions. Working alongside some of the biggest names in the music industry today, including collaborations such as Pieces featuring vocals by Plan B and Against All Odds featuring UK Rap sensation Keno, Chase & Status have thoroughly established themselves as leaders within this cutting edge genre. Along with Let You Go, featuring guest vocals from rising star Mali, the highly anticipated second album features their street single Heavy, the critically acclaimed collaboration whereby Chase & Status fuse dubstep, grime and Dizzee Rascal's classic Boy In Da Corner flow to create one of the biggest brutal un-compromising, but highly revered, club banger of the year. The album also features End Credits, their top 10 smash with Plan B, which was released in 2009 to coincide with the film Harry Brown. Released through Vertigo Records, Let You Go sees Chase & Status return with a ferocious new soul and energy, leaving no stone unturned on the path to what is destined to be a sure-fire hit. Having completed their biggest live tour to date in April/May of 2010 Chase & Status have taken their show, featuring MC Rage, Andy Gangadeen on drums, and a whole host of guest vocalists, to some of the world's biggest festivals over the summer, including Glastonbury, Wireless, V Festival and Bestival.

Venue Details & Map

Alexandra Palace

Alexandra Palace Way
N22 7AY
+44 (0)20 8365 2121
Public transport:
Tube: Wood Green Train: Alexandra Palace
By Road:
Alexandra Palace is one mile from the North Circular (A406) and 5 miles from Junction 2 on the M1 motorway. Junction 25 on the M25 is just 8 miles away. An easy route from the City is the A10 then west onto the A109. From the West End take the A400 to Archway via Camden Town, then the A1 and follow signs to the Palace.

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