The mohawked frontman of The Prodigy, who influenced many of the biggest names in the Electronic scene today, Keith Flint, passed away earlier this month.
Iconic English electronic music band The Prodigy is poised to take over North America this May with its first headline tour in ten years.
Following a triumphant sold out 15th anniversary edition last year, London juggernaut South West Four has announced its first phase of acts for 2019, bringing another unrivaled line-up to the capital’s party people.
The remix will energise you to a whole new level!
The fiery trio, The Prodigy has been one of the most influential acts of dance music which hails from England. Since their inception in 1990, they are usually considered outlaws and kings of the rave scene purely because of the raw nature of their music and the adrenaline-pumping vibe it gives. As their latest album No Tourists comes out today, the group also gears up for a massive tour! Here are ...
The kings of the rave scene, The Prodigy have now released a new single taken from their upcoming album, No Tourists, featuring Ho99o9- Fight Fire With Fire.
The Prodigy Light Up The Sky Light Up The Sky is the explosive new single from The Prodigy, the second track to be lifted from the band’s much-anticipated seventh studio album, ‘No Tourists’ (out November 2nd). The band has also confirmed details of a twenty-date winter tour, which includes two dates at London’s Alexandra Palace on November 14th and 15th.
An artist like Friction needs little introduction. The Brighton based extraordinaire is perhaps one of the most important drum & bass artists at the moment.
Scorching times demand scorching tracks. Hardcore temperatures sizzle sweetly with hardcore beats – and maybe a bit of acid squelch. Who better, then, to roar in out of the sun and soundtrack summer ’18 than the original electronic music trailblazers – The Prodigy?