With artists like Britney Spears, Korn and now Justin Bieber releasing or planning on producing dubstep albums, it seems like everyone is jumping on the dubstep bandwagon. Who wont be getting involved with this wobbly bass genre? The Prodigy. In an interview with BBC Radio 1′s Zane Lowe, The Prodigy’s Liam Howlett had this to say,
“All the dubstep stuff that’s around, we’re loving it, but that’s not our game. We won’t go near it. We’ve always had respect for the masters who do their game, those boys who do that sound, that’s what they do. We know what we do, and when any Prodigy record hits, it’ll still feel fresh. Finding our sound is the next stage of The Prodigy.”
Considering The Prodigy’s sound has probably had some influence in what we hear today in dubstep, we’re glad to hear that they wont be making the full leap into what everyone is doing these days and will stay true to themselves.