Glastonbury, 1995 The Prodigy are routinely referred to as one of Britain’s best live acts, their brutish laser-blazing shows turning countless muddied fields into giant moshpits. And as part of that sensory overload, Keith Flint’s stage presence was untouchable. Decades before the inflatable gimmicks of EDM poseurs such as Steve Aoki, he rolled onstage at Glastonbury 1995 in a giant hamster ball and emerged with his hair spiked, foreshadowing the Firestarter video that would arrive a year later. His dancing was terrifyingly energetic, as if he was both human pogo and giddy rottweiler, embodying the slippery white-gloves-on moves of their early rave days and whirling his neck at such breakneck speed, it seemed to contain its own rotary engine. (There is a reason that a number of dance tutorials showing you how to “dance like Keith Flint” exist on YouTube.) He was the Prodigy’s comedian and its light relief, a counterpoint to the tops-off, chest-beating … [Read more...] about ‘Both human pogo and giddy rottweiler’: Keith Flint’s five best performances
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