The Day Is My Enemy is the upcoming sixth studio album by British electronic music group The Prodigy. It is the follow-up to 2009's Invaders Must Die and is to be released on 30 March 2015 (and for Friday-release countries is on 27 March 2015)The first known existence of new material from The Prodigy came in 2011 when the band debuted new tracks at their live performances. The first two of these tracks were A.W.O.L. and Dogbite, with 2012 yielding a new track called Jetfighter. Howlett had reaffirmed that the new album would be "darker" in contrast to their previous releases. On May 3, 2012, the tentative album title was revealed as How To Steal A Jetfighter. On 2 July, 2014, The Prodigy announced that the album was to be re-introduced with a brand new name.
DVD release 'Their Law: The Singles 1990–2005' containing a 10-song live set from Brixton Academy (20 December 1997), 15 promotional videos and also 8 bonus videos including unreleased 'Behind the Scenes' content.
Joseph Moog is a young pianist with a superb technique and a warm tone. He also composes. On this album, he interestingly pairs concertos by two of Russia’s foremost pianist-composers. Anton Rubinstein’s Fourth Piano Concerto actually was in Rachmaninoff’s repertory as a soloist. Drawing attention to the neglected Rubinstein concerto by following it with a more famous work is a device that certainly is welcome. The opening movement of the Rubinstein is heavily influenced by Schumann’s piano concerto, particularly its first movement. Moog here takes on the mantle of the Schumannesque lyric poet, his tonal palette featuring halftones of grays and browns. Moog’s second movement is a true andante , or walking tempo, unlike some other performances. He plays the affecting opening melody simply and directly, introducing a shadow of melancholy that he sustains beautifully throughout the movement.
To the uninitiated, Moog was the dog in the 80s cartoon series, Willo' the Wisp, but to those in the know, Dr Robert Moog was the maverick inventor and cult icon behind the eponymous synthesizer. This fascinating documentary explores Bob Moog's story in his own words. The advent of the synthesizer revolutionised music. An entirely new analogue instrument, it had electronic components but was made user-friendly by incorporating a traditional keyboard. Its influence was huge: Moog synthesizers were used by everyone from popular musicians like The Beatles and Stevie Wonder to jazz pioneers such as Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea. In this documentary, Bob Moog shares his ideas about creativity, design, interactivity, spirituality and of course, the invention that rocked the world.
Collection includes all studio albums and compilation album ‘Their Law: The Singles 1990–2005 ‘.