Hospital Podcast 403 with London Elektricity

With the winter chill fast approaching, load up on the heaters in this weeks Hospital Podcast! With London Elektricity at the helm, episode 403 sees the addition of some of the latest D+B has to offer, including new music from Friction, Fred V, Camo & Krooked, Mefjus, Hybrid Minds, Bou, Technimatic and more!


Royalston & Pearse-Hawkins – Voodoo Love Dance
Bou – Envy
Hybrid Minds & Fred V – Downing In You
Kimyan Law – Lampion
S.I.N – Dupp Bass VIP
Artificial Intelligence – Savour
Andy Skopes – Where I’m From (feat. Mr Porter)
Technimatic – Long Way Down
Friction – For This (feat. Liam Bailey)
Camo & Krooked & Mefjus – Sidewinder
Untitled Dub
Muffler – Thousand Lakes
Redeyes – Yesterdays
Dkay & Kasra – Babylon
Dub Head – Jellyfish
Kimyan Law – Byo
Rido – On My Own (feat. Karin)

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“Dub Head makes his return to Dispatch LTD with a debut EP this February; a four track release entitled ‘Bad Signal EP’. Joining us last year with a single featuring ‘Spaceship’ and later contributing ‘Black Hole’ to our Dispatch #100 compilation, the Ukrainian has quickly cast his own distinction within the label, gaining solid support from Noisia, DLR and Skeptical.

Impressing us from the start, with his innate understanding of the groove within drum & bass, the new EP builds upon this, with all the elements geared towards expressing exactly that; from the crispness in the drums, to his routinely smooth,pumping low ends.

Whether it’s a more chilled out affair, like the delicate chords of ‘Cepheid’, or a darker tip, like title track ‘Bad Signal’, there is always a distinct swing leading the track, an unmistakable groove that Dub Head has a natural ability to create. Adding a touch of quality of his productions, with a unique simplicity, Dub Head continues to keep us enthused.” Dispatch

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Dub Head – Spaceship


“As our Dispatch LTD imprint continues to grow, becoming a mainstay for showcasing new label artists, we are pleased to present the first release from Kiev based producer Dub Head.

Brought to our attention by DLR (a regular supporter of his music in his own DJ sets), we were astounded by the composure of his production; heavy and technical with attention to detail, yet effortlessly groove infused.

The Ukrainian joins us on Dispatch, already having already developed his signature sound, with three exclusive tracks, headed by the much talked about ‘Spaceship’ – first premiered by Noisia on their radio show earlier this year.”

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Minor Rain – Villain [Future Funk Music]


1. Villain
2. Main Core
3. Placebo (Digital Only)
4. Tripod (Digital Only)

Label: Future Funk Music
Cat Number: FFMLTD001
Formats: Digital + Vinyl
Release Date: June 23rd 2014.

Set up as a home for some of the freshest, most exciting producers in the scene, Future Funk Music was up as sublabel to the mighty Mindtech Recordings. With a mission to find Neurofunk’s stars of tomorrow, the Belgium based label has seen releases from the likes of Myselor, Human Error, Dub Head, Disept and L33 all putting their stamp on the thriving DnB scene. Not just a smaller sibling to Mindtech, Future Funk Music has become a breeding ground for creativity – gaining a following in its own right by giving fresh talent a chance.

Now taking the reins for the next exciting chapter of the Future Funk Music story, Minor Rain delivers 4 tracks of precise, innovative bass music. Despite only starting his production career in 2009, Minor Rain has gone from strength to strength, already picking up releases on the likes of Dispatch, Renegade Hardware and Samurai Music in the process. Starting with the deadly ‘Villain’ and winding ‘Main Core’ as well as the deep ‘Placebo’ and intricate ‘Tripod’, the latest on Future Funk Music represents four examples of cutting edge Neurofunk.

After a twisted, introduction full of warped vocals and shifting percussion, ‘Villain’ builds into a track designed to kill the rave. Dropping into a wall of contorted, metallic bass and vicious drums, Minor Rain switches things up throughout, maintaining interest – as well as that infectious groove.

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