It’s been a busy couple of weeks for The Prototypes. They’ve been celebrating both 10 years as The Prototypes, and the release of their brand new album Ten Thousand Feet and Rising!
The ‘Legacy’ celebrations kicked off on 10th October when they boarded the British Airways i360, in their hometown of Brighton, to perform a live stream DJ set 162 meters above the towns famous seafront!
Yesterday they dropped a mini documentary showing us behind the scenes of the Legacy set aboard the i360. The short film covers a brief history of how they met, their high points as The Prototypes, and not forgetting their recent fundraising efforts for the NHS & Mind charity
Legacy Diaries – The Prototypes – 10 Years In The Game
Our brand new album ‘ten Thousand Feet & Rising’ drops at midnight tonight but before that we wanted to show you a mini documentary we shot before our ‘Legacy’ set on the British Airways i360 Tower 2 weeks ago – Thank you for all of your support over the last 10 years – we really mean that. Biggups Nick & Chris Aka The Prototypes Massive thank you to Al Pott for putting this together!!! Pre-order our new LP here: https://theprototypes.lnk.to/TTFRPosted by THE PROTOTYPES on Thursday, October 22, 2020
Today, a full 5 years after their debut album City of Gold, they released their follow up long player Ten Thousand Feet & Rising. 11 killer tracks expertly crafted to cause maximum mayhem on dance floors, or in a world where there are no raves, perfect to test the sound system in your car to it’s limits!!
As with all good artist albums, The Prototypes have shown there is more to them than just 174 beats per minute. Paradise & the title track Ten Thousand Feet & Rising come as refreshing moments to catch your breath after an onslaught drum & bass. Both tracks proving The Prototypes can hold their own in whatever genre they turn their hand to
The album includes some of the UK’s most distinctive vocalists, including B3NDU, Lily MacKenzie, Kudu Blue, LOWES, Elle Exxe, and 2Shy MC
Ten Thousand Feet & Rising is out now
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