The Prodigy – ‘Nasty’

Last week The Prodigy made the dreams of ravers old-school and new come true by suddenly announcing the release of their new album, The Day is My Enemy, which is slated to drop Friday, 27th March via the band’s own Take Me To The Hospital imprint through Cooking Vinyl. To...

Rock en Seine

Few festivals can boast that their location was designed by André Le Nôtre. If that name means nothing to you than perhaps the landscape architect’s work on the park of the Palace Of Versailles might ring a few bells. Designed in the 17th century the location was the first park...

Paléo Nyon Festival

Switzerland has long been famed for its neutrality and with this event originally started as the Nyon Folk Festival in 1976 it’s fair to say it never set out ruffle any feathers. In 1986 the festival rebranded as Paléo Festival Nyon with James Brown kicking things into overdrive and leaving...

Rock Stars Imagined Wearing Tees Of Bands They Inspired

What if rock’s most celebrated and profoundly influential figures had survived – or at least were in their heyday – to meet those they had inspired? We’re talking Thom Yorke flailing uncontrollably on stage with Pink Floyd to one of their space trips, or witnessing a moody croon-off between Interpol...

Future Music Festival 2013: Sydney

Future Music has made its name on the Australian music scene in bringing together a sometimes unorthodox mixture of big name stadium DJs and festival bands to tour the nation over the summer. Hipper than Big Day Out and avoiding the head bangers of Soundwave, Future somehow manage to attract...

Future Music Festival 2013: Melbourne

It’s early afternoon on the Flemington train line. A nubile sits with her equally young friend swilling a bottle of Cool Ridge vodka. “We can’t drink it all before we get there, can we?” she poses. The friend takes the bottle and grimaces it down; “that’s the point, isn’t it?”...

The Prodigy

Clusterfuck! That is the only word that can accurately describe the intense energy and hard-hitting beats that British trio The Prodigy release. Touring for Future Music Festival the big beat, hardcore electronic and rave trio of Liam Howlett, Keith Flint, and Maxim Reality (alongside live members Rob Holiday and Leo...

Future Music Festival 2013: Brisbane

It’s been a very busy last couple of months for music festivals in Australia and now chasing on the heels of Soundwave, Future Music Festival is making its way around the country. Kicking off in Brisbane last weekend, the festival brought out not only some pretty big name acts but...

Win A Double Pass To See The Prodigy

UK pioneers of Big Beat, The Prodigy will only play one official sideshow whilst here on tour for Future Music Festival. A band that certainly needs no introduction, The Prodigy have been credited as one of the best live acts on the planet – and when you take a look at their back catalogue, or...

The Prodigy 2013 Announce One-Off Sydney Sideshow

UK pioneers of Big Beat, The Prodigy have announced they will be playing a one-off official Future Music Festival sideshow in Sydney this March. A band that certainly needs no introduction, The Prodigy have been credited as one of the best live acts on the planet – and when you take...

Stone Roses, The Prodigy Headline Future Music Festival 2013 Lineup

The wait is finally over for the Future Music Festival 2013 lineup and it looks set to rock your skulls off for their ‘Day Of The Dead-Set Awesome’ theme. Promoter Future Entertainment had been brewing something special, and full of more mind-blowing music than you can poke a cactus at…...