We Got Three Big Beat Producers from Back in the Day to Explain What Their Genre Actually Was | US | Translation
"A melting pot of 60s funk, breaks, hip hop, and whatever else was to hand thrown in for good measure."
Embracing the good bits of a widely-dismissed music moment that gave us The Prodigy, The Chemical Brothers, and Fatboy Slim.
“I saw Hackers as a music revolution. Their laptops were customized like guitars.”
...Except that one song.
"I Wanna Move" slaps the bass all the way from space.
"I wanted to keep that strong Prodigy edge and style, so I avoided the obvious build-up and crappy dubstep drop."
'Pharmacy' could be the tipping point for the duo of hitmakers.
If the Flaming Lips, Miguel, and Spank Rock don't even make the cut, the ones who do are probably pretty special.
The Oslo-based producer just inked a deal with Big Beat and drops some sickness on “Zuma”