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THE PRODIGY

The Prodigy release energetic music video for "Get Your Fight On"

Legendary trio The Prodigy have released the music video for their latest single "Get Your Fight On", an aggressive call to arms lifted from their latest LP The Day is My Enemy. Designed to pump as much adrenaline into their fans as possible, as mirrored in their high energy live shows, the track is given shaky, dizzying visuals.

Live Review: The Prodigy - Big Top Luna Park, Sydney (11.03.15)

As the only Australian sideshow to their Future Music Festival appearances, The Prodigy gave Sydney yet another look at their intensely brilliant live show, working new and old tracks into their ridiculously energetic, explosive blend of numerous styles. It was my sixth or seventh time witnessing the boys live, and I still consider them to be the best live act in the world; but also the most painful.

Festival Review: Future Music Festival - Flemmington Racecourse, Melbourne (08.03.15)


Image captured by Perrie Cassie

In the wake of a year that should best be remembered as the festival killer, the management at Future Music must have at least been a bit anxious. Big Day Out was forced to skip the year due to losses, Soundwave Fest were forced to cut out not one but two whole cities from their line–up, and death was swift for the likes of Pyramid Rock, Harvest Fest and even Future Music Asia. Combine that with the fact that they had banked most of their money on one [non-recycled] major headliner who, despite having the draw of this being their first Australian tour, hadn’t released a full length album since mid–2013. So when Drake released his newest mixtape If You’re Reading this it’s Too Late, the festival probably saw it as much of a godsend as his fans did. But can a festival survive with one single [non-recycled] headliner?

Photo Gallery: Future Music Festival - Royal Adelaide Showgrounds, Adelaide (09.03.15)

The maddest weekend of March wrapped up yesterday, with Future Music Festival making its very last stop in Adelaide. Check out the photos including Drake, Die Antwoord, and Hilltop Hoods by Lauren Connelly!

Festival Review: Future Music Festival, Doomben Racecourse, Brisbane (07.03.15)

Future Music Festival has returned to Brisbane as part of its 2015 circuit. This year the big three were The Prodigy, who are busy sorting out a new album for this year, while serving hard rave and jungle style beats in the live arena. Then there was Avicii, the name everyone knows and finally the heartthrob of the lineup, Drake, who came all the way from Toronto to accost the hearts of Aussie girls everywhere.

Photo Gallery: Future Music Festival - Doomben Racecourse, Brisbane (07.03.15)

Andrew Wade takes us to Future Music Festival in Brisbane with this Photo Gallery featuring the likes of Drake, 2Chainz, The Prodigy, Example, Die Antwoord, Hilltop Hoods and many more!

Festival Review: Future Music Festival - HBF Arena, Perth (01.03.15)

”Fkn Insane! Sexy Amazing. Dance like nobody is watching. I’m off-chops right now, loving everybody. This is sick! 2 Chainz is lookin 4 my booty cos I got a big booty. Do you want to go out with me then break up right before Drake? We love Future!”

Photo Gallery: Future Music Festival - Joondalup Arena, Perth (01.03.15)

Kiesza performing at Future Music Festival

The next stop for Future Music Festival was Perth where a huge lineup featuring The Prodigy, Hilltop Hoods, Darude, Kiesza and more entertained the huge crowd. Our man Stuart Sevastos was there to bring the highlights of the day.

5 Acts Not to Miss at Future Music Festival 2015

Future Music Festival packed a lot into their 2015 line up, the most glaring being Canadian emcee and megastar Drake, who has never toured Australia until now. FMF favourites The Prodigy, Avicii, and Sven Vath will also be headlining, presenting punters with a pretty big clash at end of the night. But it isn't just the headliners that's reason enough to head along to this years massive FMF, the festival has managed to curate quite the line up, diverse across the various styles of EDM and hip-hop. Here's 5 acts one should not miss, all whom are known for their exciting, high velocity live shows.

The Prodigy announce exclusive headline show in Sydney for March 11th!


Photo: Paul Dugdale

They're already set to blow the roof of the stage on the Future Music Festival tour kicking off later this month, but The Prodigy couldn't resist bringing The Day is My Enemy and their wide catalogue of thrashing music to Sydney for one exclusive sideshow. The Brits will play the Big Top at Luna Park on March 11th, performing never before heard tracks, making this Sydney audience one of the first in the world to hear some of the new material from their highly anticipated new record.

New Music Video: The Prodigy "Nasty" (2015)

Legendary EMD group The Prodigy are headed back to Australia to headline Future Music Festival, bringing with them that intense, unforgettable live show that puts them in constant demand, 365 days a year. With all their relentless touring it's hard to believe that they would find the time to work on a follow up to the brilliant Invaders Must Die, but here we are, hanging on every aggressive beat until their new album The Day is My Enemy is released on 30th March. The veterans have shared the first single, "Nasty", continuing the style that permeated Invaders Must Die: aggressive synths, aggressive drums, and just general aggression. It's pretty damn nasty.

Future Music Festival Asia's Singapore Phase One Lineup & Venue Details Announced

Southeast Asia's largest music festival, Future Music Festival Asia is set to hit Singapore's Changi Exhibition Centre from March 13 - 14 in 2015. So far Avicii, The Prodigy, Afrojack, Fatboy Slim and top the bill, alongside a huge list of other big names - and this is just the first announcement.

Future Music Festival 2015 lineup drops, with Drake, Avicii and The Prodigy to headline!

Well, the Future Music Festival has gone and done it. The national festival which will has become synonymous with loose times and a great range of acts to spend a hot summer day and night with, has just dropped its line up for 2015 and if you're a fan of a certain Canadian rapper and/or Degrassi: The Next Generation, you're gonna love this one.

Feature: 7 Music Videos That Broke Taboo

Is anything scared in the realm of popular music? When something is deemed to be under taboo it takes on a status that is seemingly beyond moral reproach; unbreakable by any upstanding member of society. But when something is given this status, it also becomes a target for artists who take it upon themselves to challenge conventional thought (or, you know, just shock people). It is for this reason that taboo topics provide some of the most intriguing insights into the various attitudes within society.

The Cat Empire and John Butler Trio announced with Biffy Clyro and Massive Attack for the Gurten Festival!

If someone could grab us tickets to this one, that'd be great. We'd love to visit Switzerland. The final artist lineup for the Gurten Festival in Bern has been announced, with Aussies The Cat Empire and the John Butler Trio set to perform alongside some of the world's best over the four day party.