The Alchemist digs up a posthumous, unreleased track featuring Prodigy.
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Japanese duo Tenniscoats created ‘Baibaba Bimba’ back in 2010. If you check out the visuals on YouTube, you will see something you don’t see everyday. The pair walks through Tokyo live sampling the sounds that inspire them. This is called fielding recording and is a trait of a great artist. Then you go over and […]
L’tric take us back to 1980′s Chicago with their “A Brief History Of House Music: Lesson 2″ mini-mix.
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As fast as electronic powerhouse The Prodigy, burst back into the dance scene, they may just as quickly make their depart, only this time for good . The UK trio, who are all in their forties, have had a legendary twenty five year run and their recent album, The Day Is My Enemy, celebrates the group’s sixth straight debut at number one on the charts. Even though the groups primary producer, Liam Howlett, claimed in a recent AMA that all past tensions between the members have completely disappeared, they cannot stop father time, who is knocking at their doors. The group
If there were a dance music hall of fame, Liam Howlett would unquestionably be inducted. The mastermind behind the ferocious beats of electronic power house The Prodigy, Howlett is respected as not just a production virtuoso but also an incredible stage performer, incorporating many live elements as well as technical mixing prowess. Having just released The Day Is My Enemy, the groups first studio album in 6 years, Liam and his crew is making their way back into the dance music monarchy with hopes of reinvigorating a scene that is one the verge of commercial meltdown. This AMA with goes
When you look back at the amazing journey that is electronic dance music, it’s mindblowing to think that it’s been 5 whole years since Electric Daisy Carnival was last held in Los Angeles, Swedish House Mafia was still together, the world was still awaiting a new Daft Punk album, and you could actually tell one mainstage act apart from another. Even before all of this buzz and excitement, in 2009, was when British electronic pioneers, The Prodigy, released their last record Invaders Must Die, and have since laid dormant while the scene they helped create exploded into a worldwide, cultural phenomenon
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Bigroom is on its way out, and big beat is returning to its old stomping grounds. The Prodigy transcend typical dance music acts with their untouchable style of ultra aggressive, riot inducing, break beats which have earned that mass appeal that spans beyond the realms of electronica. While we await The Day Is My Enemy, their first studio release in 6 years, they’ve been treating us with a slew of singles that show the band has picked up right where they left off. Wall of Death, which refers to organized evolution of a mosh pit in which two sides of
Ten tracks that couldn’t be hotter through the coldest winter.
The Prodigy have just announced that their sixth studio album titled ‘The Day Is My Enemy’ will be given the release date of March 30th, 2015. Over the past couple of months, The Prodigy have been hyping up with the new album as they have been giving tidbits of their album on Instagram, as well as Maxim speaking to us in a recent interview. The new album ‘The Day Is The Enemy’ comes six years after releasing their latest album ‘Invaders Must Die.’ Check out the tracklist below: 1. The Day is My Enemy 2. Nasty 3. Rebel Radio 4.
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Looks like G-Unit is comppletely dismantled. At least, not on 50 Cent‘s forthcoming Animal Ambition album. No Lloyd Banks or Tony Yayo featured on the project, as we now know … Continue reading →
Fedde Le Grand & Sultan & Ned Shepard re-unite to remodel a true rave classic for Spinnin Records with “No Good.”
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Mac Miller takes to Twitter to release some new music featuring Mobb Deep’s Prodigy. The track is produced by Alchemist and Larry Fisherman (Mac Miller’s alter ego). Enjoy! Click To Download: Mac Miller – Confessions Of A Cash Register (Ft. … Continue reading →
Awww man, everything must come to an end. The disappointment that came across me when i found out that Mobb Deep members Prodigy & Havoc we’re feuding with each other was massive. I Wonder how that performance is gonna go at Paid Dues this year? Judging from ‘Give Em Hell’ P doesn’t seem [...]
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