Telegraph July 5th 1997 (Rock Records)
Electronic Telegraph July 19th 1997 (We don't want to be liked)
Electronic Telegraph July 29th 1997 (Pop goes the web weasel)
Electronic Telegraph August 23rd 1997 (Blur introduces Essex man to new horizons)
Future Music - February 1993
Future Music - December 2000
1997 (About The Fat Of The Land)
The Guardian Sunday February 18th 2001 (A Prodigy returns by Sheryl Garratt)
The Guardian Friday December 7th 2001 (MTV apologises for early screening of Prodigy video by Jason Deans)
The Guardian Friday 20 August 2004 (Prodigal son)
The Guardian Saturday 7 March 2009 (Case Study - Keith Flint)
The Guardian Wednesday February 16th 2011 (XL Recordings, the record label that's tearing up the rule book)
The Guardian Saturday 21 May 2011 (The Prodigy didn't kill rave, they reanimated rock'n'roll)
Kerrang! - August 2002
Kerrang! - June 2003
New Musical Express
NME May 6th 1995 The Lind Live Kin
NME October 26th 1996 Delirious Tremors
NME 1996 Prodigy Plump Up The Volume!
NME March 23rd 1996 House Of The Razing Arson
NME May 1997 Rage and Prodigy get 'Serial'
NME August 21st 1997 Never Mind The Bullocks!
NME October 25th 1997 Prodigy Court Outrage in New Video
NME 1997 Di Death Delays Prodigy Single
NME May 23rd 1998 Prodigy lawyers aim to block new movie
NME April 28th 1998 Prodigy working on live video and new tracks
NME May 9th 1998 Twisted Kickstarter!: Keith Prodigy Gets on His Bike
NME August 10th 1998 Yauch Defends Reading Face-off
NME September 12th 1998 Beasties V Prodigy: The Great PC Wars
NME 1998 Prodigy & Beasties Declare Peace at Christmas
NME June 19th 1999 Rage And Prodigy Spawn "Serial Thrilla"
NME September 2001 'No Good! Start The Dance' Again!
NME May 14th 2002 'TEMPER' TANTRUM!
NME June 11st 2007 The Towers Of London reveal a very special collaboration
NME May 21, 2014 The Prodigy say their forthcoming new album is their best
NME December 30 2014 The Prodigy announce new single 'Nasty Nasty' for January release
NME May 5th, 2015 The Prodigy Interview: On Anger, The Election And Why Electronic Music's "Not Good Enough Anymore"
Awards Interview December 1996
MTV Blah blah blah Prodigy(ious) Chartbusters
MTV Blah blah blah April 1996 White Heat, White Noise, White Out
MTV Blah blah blah From the late '80s rave crew to one of the biggest live acts in the world.
MTV Week In Rock June 27th 1997
MTV Weekend Edition May 23th 1998 Exclusive chat with Liam about the future of Prodigy
MTV September 3rd 1998 Beastie Boys Battle Prodigy Over 'Smack My Bitch Up'
MTV News 16th February 1999 Drop The Debt - U2, Prodigy, Others To Support Third World Debt Campaign
MTV Hive 4th December 2012 Dissecting the Prodigy: 25 Samples Behind 'The Fat of the Land'
Maker January 1997 (Setting America Alight!)
Melody Maker April 17th 1997 (MADrid for it!)
Melody Maker August 1997 (Shrink Rap)
Melody Maker September 1997 (Large It In Harrogate)
Melody Maker January 1998 (The Prodigy Explain The Meaning Of SMBU...)
Melody Maker January 1999 (Dirtchamber Interview)
Melody Maker February 1999 (Who Is The Worst Dressed Person In Clubland?)
Melody Maker October 1999 (Interview with Liam and Maxim)
Sunday Mirror November 1996 (Prodigious Keith's just a little
The Mirror Friday, June 5, 1998 (Nation of nutters by Mireille Silcott)
The Daily Mirror March 1999 (Prodigy's Keith Hurt In Smash)
The Mirror 15th January 2002 (Liam and Nat's child prodigy singer is pregnant)
Mix Mag - August 1992 "Did Charly Kill Rave? by Dom Phillips"
Mix Mag - September 1993 "Rave's Last Hope?"
Mojo filter - 1997 "Burning Down the House"
Power On - 1999
Q Magazine - 1998 Beastie Boys: "Hypocrites"
Q Magazine - March 1999 "Famous Last Words: Liam Howlett"Q Magazine - March 2002 "Big Day Out, Claremont Showground, Perth, Australia - 3 February 2002"
Q Magazine - November 2009 "Generation Kill"
magazine (Rave New World)
Select magazine December 1996 (And stretch, 2,3,4...)
Select magazine September 1997 (Interview with the Prodigy)
Select magazine December 1997 (Rock'n'Roll Czars -The Prodigy and Genaside II turn Red Square into Glasnostbury)
Select magazine December 5th 1998 (Liam Howlett, Chief Spokesman For The Jilted Generation)
Select magazine February 1999 (Dirtchamber preview)
Select magazine March 1999 (Q&A "I Built A Japanice Garden")
The Sky - 1996 May "And this is for Brit-pop"
The Sky - 1996 "Keith Flint Interview"
The Sky - 1996 December "Brixton Academy, 11 October 1996"
The Rolling Stone
The Daily Star
Sun 1997 (Prodigy's Land breaks new ground By JANE
Toronto Sun 1997 (Prodigy video under review by MuchMusic By JANE STEVENSON)
Toronto Sun Thursday, May 22, 1997 (Techno wizards take on the electronica hype Underground to over the top?)
Toronto Sun Tuesday May 11, 1999 (Prodigy tries sex in space By KIERAN GRANT)
Toronto Sun Saturday May 15, 1999 (Decline of the Jedi Knights)
Take America - Take The World
The Music Technology Magazine Issue 83 Sept 1993
CPYU Fall 1997 Newsletter (The Prodigy - making music for the new millennium)
The Guest List January 1997 (Interview with Liam Howlett)
Channel 4s teletext November 1996 (The Prodigy chat to Club 440)
News Of The World December 1996 (Beauty and the beast's secret love Gossip)
The Ottawa Citizen December 9th 1997 (Music group, Prodigy, causing controversy with its new song and video)
Point Cast December 1996
Ny Rock November 1997 (Interview with Keith Flint and Liam Howlett)
VOX August 1997 (Grush and Burn!)
Sun Bizarre October 28th 1998 (I'm a tyre starter)
Now May 22-28, 1997 (Prodigy jump off electronica bandwagon By TIM PERLICH)
Telegraph December 8th 1997 (Demand For Pop Band To Drop Advert)
ABC News August 4, 1997 (Prodigy Unhappy With Rolling Stone Cover)
SonicNet Tuesday, February 24, 1998 (Prodigy Do Things Their Way)
SonicNet 1999 (Prodigy's Howlett Jumped Legal Hurdles To Make Mix Album)
ASUCLA Communications BoardFriday, 5/30/97 (Charisma, stage antics make Prodigy sparkle By Trinh Bui)
Music News Of The World Dec 08, 1997 (Kmart Joins Ban Of Prodigy's 'Smack My Bitch Up' by Michael Goldberg)
The Yellow Advertiser 20th June 1997 (Essex Pistols by Lisa Mundy)
Tony Farsides (The Prodigy - The Alternative Dance Supergroup)
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Sept. 97 (Techno Music Puts The Screws To the American Teen Scene)
UKMIX 1999 (The Prodigy - In control?)
Spike Magazine 1999 (Down In The Dirt)
Jockey Slut 3 March 1999 (An interview with Liam Howlett)
I-D Magazine 1st of September 1999 (Interview with Maxim)
Breaking America (info about their soon coming US success)
Times November 1996 (Please don't call us techno)
Metro August 14-20, 1997 (High-Fat Content - Can the Prodigy reignite America's passion for rock & roll? By Gina Arnold)
Mixer September 2000 (The Incredible Shrinking Techno Supergroup)
The Daily Telegraph Thursday, October 12, 2000 (Frontman on the loose)
Ananova November 3, 2001 (Mouse 'rave concert' experiment branded 'sick')
ChartAttack.com Wednesday November 14, 2001 (Prodigy + Speed = Dead Mice)
Sydney Sun Herald January 2002 (The Prodigy Have Returned)
New Zealand Herald 12th January 2002 (Prodigy, Keith Flint front up for Big Day Out By STEPHEN DOWLING)
The Age Friday 25 January 2002 (Prodigious personalities by Andrew Drever)
Sun Bizarre March 9th 2002 (Liam's a rock Prodigy)
The Desert Sun April 27th 2002 (Put the women and children to sleep. The Prodigy is back by Adam Graham)
Remix 1st August 2004 (Behind the Curtain by Martin James)
BigYawn.net 2004 (Interview with Liam Howlett of the Prodigy)
Keyboard Magazine February 2005 (Trim the Fat by Robbie Busch)
Suicidegirls 2005 (Liam Howlett interview by Daniel Robert Epstein)
Channel nine - national news Thu Feb 10 2005 (Howlett juggles fatherhood and career)
Pop Matters 21 April 2006 (So I Decided to Take My Work Underground: A Conversation with the Prodigy's Liam Howlett)
Beyond the rave 25 June 2006 (Beyond the rave)
The Electric New Paper Saturday December 20, 2008 (We're musicians not celebrities)
TNT 9th December 2008 (An interview with The Prodigy)
Black Book magazine March 27, 2009 (‘Invaders Must Die’: The Prodigy’s Latest Insurgency By Nadeska Alexis)
XLR8R 30th March 2009 (The Prodigy: Fire Starters by Vivian Host)
XLR8R 15th April 2009 (The Prodigy: Warriors by Vivian Host)The Prodigy: Fire Starters by Vivian Host
Metal Hammer April 12 2012 (The Prodigy On Headlining Download: “People Can Judge It By The Crowd Reaction”)
What's On November 21 2012 Synergy Live: The Prodigy's Liam Howlett on SA, and that remix album by Evan Milton
News.com.au October 17 2012 Pirate Firestarters are back By Cameron Adams
IOL 22nd November 2012 We like to cause a riot
Sydney Morning Herald March 7, 2013 'What the f––k is that about?' : Prodigy frontman not a fan of Gangnam Style
Who Ate all the Pies 18th, April 2013 Shit Football Kits: Remember When The Prodigy Sponsored An U13s Team From Hampshire?
The Jerusalem Post 25th May 2014 The Prodigy keep the fire burning
Billboard August 19th 2014 Exclusive: The Prodigy Signs With Warner Bros. Imprint Three Six Zero Music in the U.S.
London Evening Standard December 4th 2014 Dance DJs? The Prodigy’s sixth album will wipe the floor with them, says Liam Howlett
Ransom Note February 2015 Gone to a rave #27: The Prodigy
The Music February 18th 2015 Liam Howlett: 'It's Too Easy For Musicians To Do The Same Shit'
DJ Mag April 2015 The Prodigy: The prodigal sons
The Yorkshire Post Friday 24 April 2015 Music interview: The Prodigy bide their time to create latest album
Entertainment Weekly April 6 2015 The Prodigy's Liam Howlett on the state of EDM: 'Everything seems to have gone a bit soft'
State Magazine November 24th, 2015 The Prodigy..”a bit of competition is always good”
Maxim solo articles
N2 Entertainment.com July 2014 The one to watch - featuring Maxim
EDM Sauce 17th September 2014 Maxim Overload: An Interview With Maxim of The Prodigy
Freshnewtracks.com 2nd October 2014 Maxim Talks Buying 50 Bras, NYC Memories, Passion For Music & More
Keith racing articles
World Keith Flint Interview
Visordown 6th September 2010 The Prodigy's Keith Flint on RD400s and being Doohan's mate
Visordown 4th December 2013 The Prodigy’s Keith Flint starts team with AMA champion
Leeroy & Sara Cox articles
1999 (Gorgeus Sara Cox is to marry Leeroy from the Prodigy)
NME April, 2000 (Cox rises in the morning)
NME January, 2000 (Boob for Sara Cox)
BBC May, 2000 (BBC Sara and Leeroy Split)
The Guardian Sunday February 18, 2001 (A Prodigy returns by Sheryl Garratt)