When The Chemical Brothers show up at a venue, they're not just looking to get people sweating and dancing to the earth-shaking bass and electronic grooves. They also make sure it's a fully immersive experience by displaying a gigantic screen of psychedelic, tripped-out visuals. And for the first time ever, fans of the duo will be able to see all of this from the comfort of a movie theater.
Director/longtime visual collaborator Adam Smith presents Don't Think, a film that takes place at Japan's Fujirock Festival. It's the first concert film to feature Dolby 7:1 surround sound -- something that should make the viewing experience that much crazier -- and it even includes two new Chemical Brothers tracks.
And here at Prefix, we're giving away tickets to three screenings of the film on Feb. 1 in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. In New York, you'll be able to catch the film at Union Square Stadium 14; in Chicago, it's at City North Showplace 14; and in L.A., it's at AMC Century City 15.
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You can watch the film's trailer below and learn more about it at the official Don't Think website, where you can also purchase tickets.
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