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The Crystal Method

To celebrate the release of the new album, The Trip Home, the GRAMMY Museum is thrilled to welcome Scott Kirkland from the GRAMMY-nominated electronic group The Crystal Method to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate conversation, moderated by GRAMMY Museum Artistic Director Scott Goldman. For more than two decades, The Crystal Method has remained at the forefront of the worldwide dance music industry as pioneers of the big beat genre, innovators of the ‘90s electronica movement, and current-day global ambassadors of the American electronic sound. Of their last five studio albums, two were number one in the Electronic Music charts, two were top three, while their debut, Vegas, was released before anyone even thought of having an Electronic album chart and is hailed to this day as one of the defining albums of Electronic music. They have appeared on over 100 Soundtracks, in over 50 Major motion picture trailers, and have scored films, documentaries, video games, and TV series for everyone from Ben Stiller to JJ Abrams. Musically, they have collaborated with Rick Rubin, Ozzy Osbourne, Tom Morello, Alan Parsons, and Old Dirty Bastard among others, while they have toured with a wide genre of artists ranging from Guns N’ Roses and Tool, to The Prodigy, Korn, and The Chemicals Brothers. Originally formed as a duo, alongside now-retired founding member Ken Jordan, The Crystal Method today lives and breathes as a solo act, with co-founder and originator Scott Kirkland at the helm. And with the artistic reboot comes the next chapter in The Crystal Method timeline: ​The Trip Home.