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Prolix North America Tour - April 2011


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Prolix North America Tour - April 2011

CG AM Profile: http://www.cybergrooveam.com/prolix.html
Prolix EPK: http://www.cybergrooveprod.com/prolix_presskit.zip

April 18th – May 2nd 2011

With releases on leading labels such as Ganja Tek, Renegade Hardware, Virus and Bad Taste, Prolix continues to push the sonic boundaries with his unique style across the drum & bass scene.

2010 is shaping up to be the biggest year yet for this highly-respected producer & DJ. A hectic release schedule lists tunes such as 'The Scourge' EP which included the massive Twisted Angel VIP (Ganja Tek), 'Throwdown' (Bad Taste Vol. 3), 'Brain Damage' (Unique) and a huge remix of Ed Rush and Optical's classic 'Get ill' on Virus. 'Eruption' and 'Chainsaw (with Temper D) have gained massive support with 'Eruption' chosen by DJ Friction for his Ministry of Sound Mix CD. Pendulum also included it for their 1Xtra Essential Mix, along with Prolixí remix of Gridlok and Dom's 'London's burning'.

And there's more to come. Lined up for this year, are Prolix's own productions, 'Visualize' is set to come out on Hype's 'Dub Plate Killaz' album and a 12", 'No Pressure' & 'Mean Streets', to be released on BCUK's Bad Taste.

Hotly anticipated are two exciting collaborations with Gridlok and Mc Fats and a 12" with Nocturnal, earmarked for the mighty Metalheadz.

Forthcoming remixes include Aeph's 'Burning shadow' (Close to Death Records), Cause 4 Concern's 'Paranormal' (C4C LTD) and Blokhe4ds 'Cretin'.

Well-renowned for his production skills and floor-filling DJ sets, it is clear to see that Prolix is doing his best work ever and continuing to collaborate with some of the top artists in drum & bass.


Part of the pioneering online music community, Electronic Scene, Prolix became friends with Noisia and travelled to Holland in 2004 to write tunes which came out on Mayhem's Shadow Law Recordings and Stakkaís label, Cargo. Prolix began to hone his studio skills and a collaboration with Nocturnal, 'Crater', was quickly snapped up by Renegade Hardware. Hearing this track, Chase & Status asked Prolix to remix 'Barbarian' for their 'Ten Tonne' EP; an event which would lead to an introduction to DJ Hype and Pascal.

Quickly touted as one of ATM magazine's 'Leaders of the New School', the Playaz camp recognised the unique talent in the twisted beats and mangled basslines emanating from Prolix's studio and they wasted no time in signing him exclusively, creating a new sub-label called 'Ganja Tek' for this purpose. Dark and heavy, the first release 'Exile' b/w 'Chokehold' was played out by Bailey and BBC Radio 1's Mary Anne Hobbs; subsequent releases have been bashing the living daylights out of hordes of ravers across the globe in the sets of some of the scene's most respected DJs.

Keep it close to http://www.cybergrooveam.com for new additions and tours!!

North American/International Roster

Drum and Bass/Breaks/DubStep/Electro

Cast the Sky | DnB Girls of Canada | Edward Oberon | Element01 | Futurebound | Jade | Maztek | NC-17 | Optiv (Cause 4 Concern) | Prolific | Prolix | Q-Bik & Seeka MC | Rupture | Seraph | Sw@t | Task Horizon | The Vangarde

Aero | Dre | Scoop

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