Holocaust survivor Marko Feingold dies aged 106 | AFP

Holocaust survivor and leader of Salzburg’s Jewish community Marko Feingold dies at the age of 106 according to Austria’s APA news agency. Born in 1913, in what is today Slovakia, Feingold grew up in Vienna and fled the Nazi annexation of 1938 before being arrested in Prague in 1939. Feingold survived Auschwitz and other Nazi camps until the liberation in 1945 and would give talks and teach in conferences, spreading warning against anti-semitism and discrimination.

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Hospital Podcast 398 with London Elektricity

It’s Episode 398, very near the next milestone, but before that, it’s time to focus on the brand new ‘Jet Star Meets Hospital’ remix compilation album… As usual, London Elektricity is in the hot seat to guide you through the latest that Hospital Records have to offer, along with some freshness from Med School & a few choice tracks from the wider Drum & Bass world!

Ninjaman – Murder Dem (Danny Byrd Remix)
Unglued – Born In ‘94 ft. MC Conrad
Clipz – Down 4
Makoto – Shine On Through ft. Mountain & Karina Ramage
Makoto – Kosa ft. Keeno
Lakeway – Aches & Pains
Alton Ellis – I’m Still In Love (T-I Remix)
Askel & Elere – Deluge
John Holt – Police In Helicopter (Benny L Remix)
Samurai Breaks – Pump Up The Volume
Hugh Hardie – Raindrops ft. Cimone
Tomila Jets – Numb
Barrington Levy – Under Mi Sensi (Particle Remix)
High Contrast – Going Up
Lakeway – Dead & Gone
Bou – New Days
London Elektricity – Final View From The Rooftop ft. Cydnei B.

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Unglued – Born In ’94 (feat. MC Conrad) [Official Music Video]

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It all began with his uncle’s donated crates of early jungle records, now Hospital’s infamous young-gun Unglued serves up his own instalment of dancefloor warfare. ‘Born In ‘94’ is his homage to the golden era and is certain to pack in a crowd with its serious sub-bass and summer festival feel, topped with the legendary vocals of MC Conrad from a classic ‘93 tape pack.

It’s matched up with B-side ‘Malware’, a collaboration with Neosignal head-honcho Phace, born out of Unglued’s visit to Hamburg. A swarm of industrial synths meet a gritty bassline to tunnel a path of tear-out techy D+B savagery.

Having amassed huge support from his earlier productions including his monumental remix of High Contrast’s ‘If We Ever’, Unglued continues to go strength to strength with back to back bookings every weekend across the globe. This summer you can catch him at Glastonbury, NASS, Hospitality On Beach 2019, Nozstock, Rampage, Let It Roll, Boomtown and Hospitality In The Park 2019.

Available on a black and yellow marbled 12” vinyl, digital and streaming platforms.

Big thanks and credit to:
Video produced/edit by Rob Ulitski
Unglued Footage by Harry Smith
Dreamscape footage by The Garry Glarke Archives

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Hospital Podcast 395 with Hugh Hardie

Hugh Hardie takes over this week, showing off a huge chunk of his brand new album ‘Shadows & Silhouettes’ and a few exclusive cuts from the D&B world!

Hugh Hardie – Raindrops ft. Cimone
FD – 2s & 5s
Hugh Hardie – Negomi
Hugh Hardie – Footprints
Alix Perez – Over You ft. Adeus
Fluidity – Pulsar
Hugh Hardie – Surveillance ft. Silence Groove
Fracture – Give Me Love ft. Fox
Hugh Hardie – Offshore
Hugh Hardie – A Deeper Blue ft. Charli Brix
Hugh Hardie – Evening Red
Hugh Hardie – Endless ft. Emer Dineen
Unglued – Born in 94 ft. MC Conrad
Hugh Hardie – Resistance ft. Unglued
Phase – Understand ft. Jevon Ives
Hyroglifics & Fluidity – No More
Hugh Hardie – Behind the Reels
Hugh Hardie – Tomorrow’s Sun ft. Robert Manos
Hugh Hardie – Cold Touch
Hugh Hardie – Siren ft. Pola & Bryson

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Today in History for June 4th

Highlights of this day in history: Chinese troops crush a pro-democracy movement in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square; World War II’s Battle of Midway begins; Henry Ford tests his quadricycle; Bruce Springsteen releases ‘Born in the U.S.A.’ (June 4)

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ShowBiz Minute: SAG Awards, Blunt, ‘Aquaman’

(13 Dec 2018) “A Star Is Born” tops SAG Awards nominations, snubs abound; “Mary Poppins Returns” star Emily Blunt reacts to double SAG nomination; Jason Momoa does the haka at Los Angeles premiere of “Aquaman.” (Dec. 13)

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Melysma – ‘Work It Out’

Melysma
‘Meditate / Work It Out’

Melysma, the latest addition to Program’s impressive roster, is bursting back onto the scene with all the skill and veracity of a recently nurtured newcomer. Born and based in London, the DJ and producer has an impressive back catalogue of tracks. It’s no surprise that Program had no doubts in adding him to their release schedule and he’s been hard at work in the studio, perfecting this pair of brand new, rip-roaring tunes.

Both tracks ‘Meditate’ and ‘Work it Out’ centre around uplifting, rolling melodies whilst powerful vocals pierce through the mix of A-side ‘Meditate’. The name of this tune certainly does it justice, since you can so easily lose yourself in its serenity. Effortlessly, Melysma gradually adds to the soundscape, until it promises a move towards the heavier elements that make up the main body of the composition. A sudden descent plunges you into a complex layering of crisp percussion, while the smooth central break offers up more calming, mystical synths and ensures that the second drop packs an even greater punch.

‘Work It Out’, the single’s second musical masterpiece, has been produced with yet more unfaltering technical precision. It certainly makes a statement on impact, with warming, old-school synths that carry the track into a different realm of sound. The energy builds with each burst of vocal splendor, until the full-throttled, buzzing bass takes hold and transports you to the darkest corners of the drum & bass world.

‘Meditate’ and ‘Work it Out’ are a perfect showcase of this up-and-coming star’s immense aptitude. The release is likely to be the start of many great things to come… So once again, it’s time to get with the Program.

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Melysma – ‘Meditate’

Melysma
‘Meditate’

Melysma, the latest addition to Program’s impressive roster, is bursting back onto the scene with all the skill and veracity of a recently nurtured newcomer. Born and based in London, the DJ and producer has an impressive back catalogue of tracks. It’s no surprise that Program had no doubts in adding him to their release schedule and he’s been hard at work in the studio, perfecting this pair of brand new, rip-roaring tunes.

Both tracks ‘Meditate’ and ‘Work it Out’ centre around uplifting, rolling melodies whilst powerful vocals pierce through the mix of A-side ‘Meditate’. The name of this tune certainly does it justice, since you can so easily lose yourself in its serenity. Effortlessly, Melysma gradually adds to the soundscape, until it promises a move towards the heavier elements that make up the main body of the composition. A sudden descent plunges you into a complex layering of crisp percussion, while the smooth central break offers up more calming, mystical synths and ensures that the second drop packs an even greater punch.

‘Work It Out’, the single’s second musical masterpiece, has been produced with yet more unfaltering technical precision. It certainly makes a statement on impact, with warming, old-school synths that carry the track into a different realm of sound. The energy builds with each burst of vocal splendor, until the full-throttled, buzzing bass takes hold and transports you to the darkest corners of the drum & bass world.

‘Meditate’ and ‘Work it Out’ are a perfect showcase of this up-and-coming star’s immense aptitude. The release is likely to be the start of many great things to come… So once again, it’s time to get with the Program.

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A vigil for Charles Aznavour in Armenia

(1 Oct 2018) Charles Aznavour, known as France’s Frank Sinatra, has died at 94. Born in Paris to Armenian parents, Aznavour always remembered his Armenian roots. A vigil was held Monday night in Yerevan and attended by the country’s prime minister. (Oct. 1)

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Lady Gaga: ‘When I was younger I was so insecure’

(10 Sep 2018) At the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of “A Star is Born,” Lady Gaga discusses how she’s similar to her character, while first-time director Bradley Cooper reveals where he found the confidence to pull the movie off. (Sept. 10)

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