At a rave party in Reading many years ago, two sonic explorers with a common thread of producing came together in a meeting of musical minds. Dan Coop and James Rushentâ€™s lives from then on would change immensely, forging a bond as powerful as their love of heavy music that would take them around the world. They managed to release a little debut called You Have No Idea What Youâ€™re Getting Yourself Into in 2008. The title said it all.
Picking up a few new offenders along the way, in 2009, Chloe Duveaux and Matty Derham jumped onboard joining James, Dan and drummer Rob Bloomfield adding even more noise to the bandâ€™s apocalyptic electronica.
Having worked with The Prodigy on its 2009 offering Invaders Must Die, James stepped up to the plate and hit the producerâ€™s desk for Donâ€™t Say We Didnâ€™t Warn You - the albumâ€™s name once again is an apt title. ``The harder songs are very hard and the softer songs aren't as soft any more,'' Coop says. Abrasive, blisteringly sharp, mind boggling, loud and ultimately fucking banginâ€™, 2010 is set to be DIOYYâ€™s year for the taking. The band, like their new offering never let up and with first single The Monkeyâ€™s Are Coming set for release in the coming weeks, youâ€™ll know when it has arrived. Until then, brace yourself for the dance. 'Cause believe me, this is the dance!
Don't Say We Didn't Warn You (2011)