London-based D&B maestro Prolix returns with his long-awaited 15 track album 'Murder Mile'. With a prolific career spanning more than a decade, the multi-faceted talent has built a reputation within the global scene for his floor-filling high energy sets and intense and unique style of production. Drawing influence from the bass music spectrum whilst paying homage to the 90s heavy rock scene that has continued to influence his style, Prolix serves up an epic smorgasbord of hard-hitting, impeccably crafted D&B with what is arguably his most seminal body of work to date. Release date:11 March 2019
Sweet murderation; Yung Prolix steps up this month with his debut solo album Murder Mile.
A beastly bloodthirsty brew frothing over with 15 seismic wounders: Murder Mile comprises some of the London-based artist’s most uncompromising fusions since he emerged in 2004 and consequently went to appear on the likes of Ram, Shogun, Cause 4 Concern, Commercial Suicide about 80 percent of the records Hype ever released on his sorely-missed Ganja-Tek imprint (to name a few)
Released May 27 on Blackout, the album features collaborations with the likes of Black Sun Empire, Malux, Qemists, Coppa, DC Breaks and many more. It’s named after the area in which he lives, it’s unapologetic in its brazen brutalist designs, it’s not shy of a rock element or two and there’s even a cheeky nod towards to the jumpier side of the game. Heavy enough to keep you screwfacing all summer, it’s the sound of a man in his most high octane musical element. We called him up to see how it came to be. Fortunately there were no murders involved.