Nu:Tone – Tides

Buy or stream here: https://VA.lnk.to/FastSoulMusic2yb

After the success of the prior four ‘Fast Music’ compilation albums, we’re taking it back to where it all started with the second edition of ‘Fast Soul Music’ – bigger, better and more soul than ever before.

As promised, we’ve delivered a mammoth 52 track album stacked to the brim with OG Hospital classics, and some of the finest cutting edge drum & bass soul from some of the very best the game has to offer. Dose up on bangers from longstanding Hospital surgeons High Contrast, Nu:Tone and Logistics complimented by the surgical prowess from favourites such as S.P.Y, Fred V & Grafix, Whiney, Keeno and many more bringing their own unique flairs that we’ve all come to know and love.

Immerse yourself in endless amounts of soul and daydream the day away by owning this slice of history, and getting to know the artists we’ve carefully chosen to represent the forefront of our sound from over the last 20 years since we began this journey.

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High Contrast – Full Intention

Buy or stream ‘Fast Soul Music 2’ here: https://VA.lnk.to/FastSoulMusic2yb

After the success of the prior four ‘Fast Music’ compilation albums, we’re taking it back to where it all started with the second edition of ‘Fast Soul Music’ – bigger, better and more soul than ever before.

As promised, we’ve delivered a mammoth 52 track album stacked to the brim with OG Hospital classics, and some of the finest cutting edge drum & bass soul from some of the very best the game has to offer. Dose up on bangers from longstanding Hospital surgeons High Contrast, Nu:Tone and Logistics complimented by the surgical prowess from favourites such as S.P.Y, Fred V & Grafix, Whiney, Keeno and many more bringing their own unique flairs that we’ve all come to know and love.

Immerse yourself in endless amounts of soul and daydream the day away by owning this slice of history, and getting to know the artists we’ve carefully chosen to represent the forefront of our sound from over the last 20 years since we began this journey.

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Nu:Logic – Last Kiss

Buy or stream ‘Fast Soul Music 2’ here: https://VA.lnk.to/FastSoulMusic2yb

After the success of the prior four ‘Fast Music’ compilation albums, we’re taking it back to where it all started with the second edition of ‘Fast Soul Music’ – bigger, better and more soul than ever before.

As promised, we’ve delivered a mammoth 52 track album stacked to the brim with OG Hospital classics, and some of the finest cutting edge drum & bass soul from some of the very best the game has to offer. Dose up on bangers from longstanding Hospital surgeons High Contrast, Nu:Tone and Logistics complimented by the surgical prowess from favourites such as S.P.Y, Fred V & Grafix, Whiney, Keeno and many more bringing their own unique flairs that we’ve all come to know and love.

Immerse yourself in endless amounts of soul and daydream the day away by owning this slice of history, and getting to know the artists we’ve carefully chosen to represent the forefront of our sound from over the last 20 years since we began this journey.

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Fred V & Grafix – Maverick Souls (Dan Dakota Remix)

Buy or stream ‘Fast Soul Music 2’ here: https://VA.lnk.to/FastSoulMusic2yb

After the success of the prior four ‘Fast Music’ compilation albums, we’re taking it back to where it all started with the second edition of ‘Fast Soul Music’ – bigger, better and more soul than ever before.

As promised, we’ve delivered a mammoth 52 track album stacked to the brim with OG Hospital classics, and some of the finest cutting edge drum & bass soul from some of the very best the game has to offer. Dose up on bangers from longstanding Hospital surgeons High Contrast, Nu:Tone and Logistics complimented by the surgical prowess from favourites such as S.P.Y, Fred V & Grafix, Whiney, Keeno and many more bringing their own unique flairs that we’ve all come to know and love.

Immerse yourself in endless amounts of soul and daydream the day away by owning this slice of history, and getting to know the artists we’ve carefully chosen to represent the forefront of our sound from over the last 20 years since we began this journey.

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Fast Soul Music 2 (Album Mini Mix by Nu:Tone)

Buy Now! https://va.lnk.to/FastSoulMusic2we

After the success of the prior four ‘Fast Music’ compilation albums, we’re taking it back to where it all started with the second edition of ‘Fast Soul Music’ – bigger, better and more soul than ever before.

As promised, we’ve delivered a mammoth 52 track album stacked to the brim with OG Hospital classics, and some of the finest cutting edge drum & bass soul from some of the very best the game has to offer. Dose up on bangers from longstanding Hospital surgeons High Contrast, Nu:Tone and Logistics complimented by the surgical prowess from favourites such as S.P.Y, Fred V & Grafix, Whiney, Keeno and many more bringing their own unique flairs that we’ve all come to know and love.

Immerse yourself in endless amounts of soul and daydream the day away by owning this slice of history, and getting to know the artists we’ve carefully chosen to represent the forefront of our sound from over the last 20 years since we began this journey.

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Nu:Tone (Fast Soul Music Set) & Dynamite MC @ Hospitality Midsummer BBQ – 20th June 2015

Hospital legend Nu:Tone played a Fast Soul Music set ramjammed full of classics. Hosted by the mighty Dynamite MC.

Get involved for August: http://hospi.tl/bbqaugust

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Camo & Krooked – Change Me (Submorphics Remix)

Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/fsm56

Hospital Records present their latest compilation ‘Fast Soul Music’ – a welcomed lesson in the art of soul-inspired drum & bass of the high-speed variety. After nineteen years spent building upon it’s lounge-core aesthetic their extensive library of smooth-rolling sounds is at the ready, now it’s time to get retrospective.

From the work of thirty artists, a carefully selected forty-six tracks highlight the quintessential sounds of soul music in the Hospital Records back catalogue. Not only effortlessly blending classics from Hospital mainstays London Elektricity, High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Nu:Tone, S.P.Y and Logistics but also showcasing the fresh wave of talent that’s reached our ears in recent years. The work of Fred V & Grafix, Hugh Hardie, Keeno, Etherwood, Anile, Tokyo Prose and Technimatic showcasing just how prominent soul music is in drum & bass today.

Accompanying this two-CD collectors item is a perfectly polished mix by longstanding practitioner and newest member of the Hospital A+R team, Nu:Tone. With over two hours of soul-inspired sounds that effortlessly create the ideal soundtrack for any daydream-filled afternoon.

With a nod back to London Elektricity’s ’03 classic ‘Fast Soul Music’ and a look forward to the fresh influx of talent passing through, Hospital Record’s latest compilation provides any drum & bass fan with a chance to rediscover those once forgotten gems and dust off the cobwebs from their favourite nostalgia-fuelling drum & bass anthems.

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Hospital Podcast 259: Fast Soul Music Special

To celebrate the release of Fast Soul Music, London Elektricity took the Hospital Podcast down to Rye Wax in Peckham for podcast 259.

Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/fsm56

Tracklist:

Metrik ‘Infinity’
High Contrast ‘Lovesick’
Nu:Logic ‘Shoot Me Down’ (feat. Robert Manos)
Mistabishi ‘She Lied’
Danny Byrd ‘Soul Function’
Fred V & Grafix ‘Forest Fires’ (feat. Etherwood)
Logistics ‘Sendai Song’
Muffler ‘Waves Breaking’
Netsky ‘Memory Lane’
Keeno ‘Hold Ya’ (feat. Whiney)
Logistics ‘Together’
Hugh Hardie ‘Tearing Me Apart’ (feat. Kyan)
London Elektricity ‘Rewind’ (Makoto remix)
LSB ‘If You’re Here’
Etherwood ‘Falling Out Of Consciousness’ (feat. Bev Lee Harling & Georgia Yates)
S.P.Y ‘One Last Quest’
Fred V & Grafix ‘Recognise’
S.P.Y ‘Love Hurts’
Subwave ‘Stars Get Down’
Technimatic ‘The Golden Section’
Nu:Logic ‘Morning Light’
London Elektricity ‘Fast Soul Music’
Anile ‘To Live Without’
Etherwood ‘Spoken’
Nu:Logic ‘What I’ve Waited For’
Keeno ‘As One’ (feat. Pat Fulgoni)

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Logistics – Sendai Song

Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/fsm56

Hospital Records present their latest compilation ‘Fast Soul Music’ – a welcomed lesson in the art of soul-inspired drum & bass of the high-speed variety. After nineteen years spent building upon it’s lounge-core esthetic their extensive library of smooth-rolling sounds is at the ready, now it’s time to get retrospective.

From the work of thirty artists, a carefully selected forty-six tracks highlight the quintessential sounds of soul music in the Hospital Records back catalogue. Not only effortlessly blending classics from Hospital mainstays London Elektricity, High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Nu:Tone, S.P.Y and Logistics but also showcasing the fresh wave of talent that’s reached our ears in recent years. The work of Fred V & Grafix, Hugh Hardie, Keeno, Etherwood, Anile, Tokyo Prose and Technimatic showcasing just how prominent soul music is in drum & bass today.

Accompanying this two-CD collectors item is a perfectly polished mix by longstanding practitioner and newest member of the Hospital A+R team, Nu:Tone. With over two hours of soul-inspired sounds that effortlessly create the ideal soundtrack for any daydream-filled afternoon.

With a nod back to London Elektricity’s ’03 classic ‘Fast Soul Music’ and a look forward to the fresh influx of talent passing through, Hospital Record’s latest compilation provides any drum & bass fan with a chance to rediscover those once forgotten gems and dust off the cobwebs from their favourite nostalgia-fuelling drum & bass anthems.

Mixed by Dan Nu:Tone.

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London Elektricity – Fast Soul Music

Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/fsm56

Hospital Records present their latest compilation ‘Fast Soul Music’ – a welcomed lesson in the art of soul-inspired drum & bass of the high-speed variety. After nineteen years spent building upon it’s lounge-core esthetic their extensive library of smooth-rolling sounds is at the ready, now it’s time to get retrospective.

From the work of thirty artists, a carefully selected forty-six tracks highlight the quintessential sounds of soul music in the Hospital Records back catalogue. Not only effortlessly blending classics from Hospital mainstays London Elektricity, High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Nu:Tone, S.P.Y and Logistics but also showcasing the fresh wave of talent that’s reached our ears in recent years. The work of Fred V & Grafix, Hugh Hardie, Keeno, Etherwood, Anile, Tokyo Prose and Technimatic showcasing just how prominent soul music is in drum & bass today.

Accompanying this two-CD collectors item is a perfectly polished mix by longstanding practitioner and newest member of the Hospital A+R team, Nu:Tone. With over two hours of soul-inspired sounds that effortlessly create the ideal soundtrack for any daydream-filled afternoon.

With a nod back to London Elektricity’s ’03 classic ‘Fast Soul Music’ and a look forward to the fresh influx of talent passing through, Hospital Record’s latest compilation provides any drum & bass fan with a chance to rediscover those once forgotten gems and dust off the cobwebs from their favourite nostalgia-fuelling drum & bass anthems.

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Tokyo Prose – Songbird

Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/fsm56

Hospital Records present their latest compilation ‘Fast Soul Music’ – a welcomed lesson in the art of soul-inspired drum & bass of the high-speed variety. After nineteen years spent building upon it’s lounge-core esthetic their extensive library of smooth-rolling sounds is at the ready, now it’s time to get retrospective.

From the work of thirty artists, a carefully selected forty-six tracks highlight the quintessential sounds of soul music in the Hospital Records back catalogue. Not only effortlessly blending classics from Hospital mainstays London Elektricity, High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Nu:Tone, S.P.Y and Logistics but also showcasing the fresh wave of talent that’s reached our ears in recent years. The work of Fred V & Grafix, Hugh Hardie, Keeno, Etherwood, Anile, Tokyo Prose and Technimatic showcasing just how prominent soul music is in drum & bass today.

Accompanying this two-CD collectors item is a perfectly polished mix by longstanding practitioner and newest member of the Hospital A+R team, Nu:Tone. With over two hours of soul-inspired sounds that effortlessly create the ideal soundtrack for any daydream-filled afternoon.

With a nod back to London Elektricity’s ’03 classic ‘Fast Soul Music’ and a look forward to the fresh influx of talent passing through, Hospital Record’s latest compilation provides any drum & bass fan with a chance to rediscover those once forgotten gems and dust off the cobwebs from their favourite nostalgia-fuelling drum & bass anthems.

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London Elektricity – Had A Little Fight

Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/fsm56

Hospital Records present their latest compilation ‘Fast Soul Music’ – a welcomed lesson in the art of soul-inspired drum & bass of the high-speed variety. After nineteen years spent building upon it’s lounge-core esthetic their extensive library of smooth-rolling sounds is at the ready, now it’s time to get retrospective.

From the work of thirty artists, a carefully selected forty-six tracks highlight the quintessential sounds of soul music in the Hospital Records back catalogue. Not only effortlessly blending classics from Hospital mainstays London Elektricity, High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Nu:Tone, S.P.Y and Logistics but also showcasing the fresh wave of talent that’s reached our ears in recent years. The work of Fred V & Grafix, Hugh Hardie, Keeno, Etherwood, Anile, Tokyo Prose and Technimatic showcasing just how prominent soul music is in drum & bass today.

Accompanying this two-CD collectors item is a perfectly polished mix by longstanding practitioner and newest member of the Hospital A+R team, Nu:Tone. With over two hours of soul-inspired sounds that effortlessly create the ideal soundtrack for any daydream-filled afternoon.

With a nod back to London Elektricity’s ’03 classic ‘Fast Soul Music’ and a look forward to the fresh influx of talent passing through, Hospital Record’s latest compilation provides any drum & bass fan with a chance to rediscover those once forgotten gems and dust off the cobwebs from their favourite nostalgia-fuelling drum & bass anthems.

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S.P.Y – One Last Quest

Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/fsm56

Hospital Records present their latest compilation ‘Fast Soul Music’ – a welcomed lesson in the art of soul-inspired drum & bass of the high-speed variety. After nineteen years spent building upon it’s lounge-core aesthetic their extensive library of smooth-rolling sounds is at the ready, now it’s time to get retrospective.

From the work of thirty artists, a carefully selected forty-six tracks highlight the quintessential sounds of soul music in the Hospital Records back catalogue. Not only effortlessly blending classics from Hospital mainstays London Elektricity, High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Nu:Tone, S.P.Y and Logistics but also showcasing the fresh wave of talent that’s reached our ears in recent years. The work of Fred V & Grafix, Hugh Hardie, Keeno, Etherwood, Anile, Tokyo Prose and Technimatic showcasing just how prominent soul music is in drum & bass today.

Accompanying this two-CD collectors item is a perfectly polished mix by longstanding practitioner and newest member of the Hospital A+R team, Nu:Tone. With over two hours of soul-inspired sounds that effortlessly create the ideal soundtrack for any daydream-filled afternoon.

With a nod back to London Elektricity’s ’03 classic ‘Fast Soul Music’ and a look forward to the fresh influx of talent passing through, Hospital Record’s latest compilation provides any drum & bass fan with a chance to rediscover those once forgotten gems and dust off the cobwebs from their favourite nostalgia-fuelling drum & bass anthems.

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Technimatic – The Golden Section

Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37

Hospital Records present their latest compilation ‘Fast Soul Music’ – a welcomed lesson in the art of soul-inspired drum & bass of the high-speed variety. After nineteen years spent building upon it’s lounge-core esthetic their extensive library of smooth-rolling sounds is at the ready, now it’s time to get retrospective.

From the work of thirty artists, a carefully selected forty-six tracks highlight the quintessential sounds of soul music in the Hospital Records back catalogue. Not only effortlessly blending classics from Hospital mainstays London Elektricity, High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Nu:Tone, S.P.Y and Logistics but also showcasing the fresh wave of talent that’s reached our ears in recent years. The work of Fred V & Grafix, Hugh Hardie, Keeno, Etherwood, Anile, Tokyo Prose and Technimatic showcasing just how prominent soul music is in drum & bass today.

Accompanying this two-CD collectors item is a perfectly polished mix by longstanding practitioner and newest member of the Hospital A+R team, Nu:Tone. With over two hours of soul-inspired sounds that effortlessly create the ideal soundtrack for any daydream-filled afternoon.

With a nod back to London Elektricity’s ’03 classic ‘Fast Soul Music’ and a look forward to the fresh influx of talent passing through, Hospital Record’s latest compilation provides any drum & bass fan with a chance to rediscover those once forgotten gems and dust off the cobwebs from their favourite nostalgia-fuelling drum & bass anthems.

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Nu:Logic – Morning Light

Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37

Hospital Records present their latest compilation ‘Fast Soul Music’ – a welcomed lesson in the art of soul-inspired drum & bass of the high-speed variety. After nineteen years spent building upon it’s lounge-core esthetic their extensive library of smooth-rolling sounds is at the ready, now it’s time to get retrospective.

From the work of thirty artists, a carefully selected forty-six tracks highlight the quintessential sounds of soul music in the Hospital Records back catalogue. Not only effortlessly blending classics from Hospital mainstays London Elektricity, High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Nu:Tone, S.P.Y and Logistics but also showcasing the fresh wave of talent that’s reached our ears in recent years. The work of Fred V & Grafix, Hugh Hardie, Keeno, Etherwood, Anile, Tokyo Prose and Technimatic showcasing just how prominent soul music is in drum & bass today.

Accompanying this two-CD collectors item is a perfectly polished mix by longstanding practitioner and newest member of the Hospital A+R team, Nu:Tone. With over two hours of soul-inspired sounds that effortlessly create the ideal soundtrack for any daydream-filled afternoon.

With a nod back to London Elektricity’s ’03 classic ‘Fast Soul Music’ and a look forward to the fresh influx of talent passing through, Hospital Record’s latest compilation provides any drum & bass fan with a chance to rediscover those once forgotten gems and dust off the cobwebs from their favourite nostalgia-fuelling drum & bass anthems.

Mixed by Dan Nu:Tone.

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Fast Soul Music Minimix (Mixed by Nu:Tone)

Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/fsm56

Hospital Records present their latest compilation ‘Fast Soul Music’ – a welcomed lesson in the art of soul-inspired drum & bass of the high-speed variety. After nineteen years spent building upon it’s lounge-core aesthetic their extensive library of smooth-rolling sounds is at the ready, now it’s time to get retrospective.

From the work of thirty artists, a carefully selected forty-six tracks highlight the quintessential sounds of soul music in the Hospital Records back catalogue. Not only effortlessly blending classics from Hospital mainstays London Elektricity, High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Nu:Tone, S.P.Y and Logistics but also showcasing the fresh wave of talent that’s reached our ears in recent years. The work of Fred V & Grafix, Hugh Hardie, Keeno, Etherwood, Anile, Tokyo Prose and Technimatic showcasing just how prominent soul music is in drum & bass today.

Accompanying this two-CD collectors item is a perfectly polished mix by longstanding practitioner and newest member of the Hospital A+R team, Nu:Tone. With over two hours of soul-inspired sounds that effortlessly create the ideal soundtrack for any daydream-filled afternoon.

With a nod back to London Elektricity’s ’03 classic ‘Fast Soul Music’ and a look forward to the fresh influx of talent passing through, Hospital Record’s latest compilation provides any drum & bass fan with a chance to rediscover those once forgotten gems and dust off the cobwebs from their favourite nostalgia-fuelling drum & bass anthems.

Mixed by Dan Nu:Tone.

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Metrik – Borealis [Full Version]

Available now as part of Fast Soul Music – Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/fsm56

Buy Now:
Hospital Shop – http://hospi.tl/9universallanguage
iTunes – http://hospi.tl/26universallanguage
Google Play – http://hospi.tl/43universallanguage

Since signing to Hospital Records in October 2012, Metrik finally arrives with his long-awaited debut album ‘Universal Language’, and believe us, it does not disappoint. Having already built a reputation as one of the hottest stars in d’n’b, he delivers an eclectic blend of anthemic and euphoric tracks to showcase his musically expansive sound.

Metrik demonstrates his uncompromising quality control by collaborating with high profile vocalists and producers. His chart topping debut single ‘Want My Love’ (Mixmag’s ‘Single Of The Month’) features vocals from Elisabeth Troy of MJ Cole fame, who, fresh from touring with Clean Bandit brings an iconic, gorgeously soulful component to the table. Metrik reunites with vocalist Jan Burton for his second single ‘Human Again’ offering an infectious slice of summer d’n’b receiving heavy rotation across the festival circuit. Switching styles, we welcome the weighty lyrics from London based hip-hop artist Kyza as well as a collaboration with Australian bass music star ShockOne, adding their unique flavour to this sonically diverse body of work.

Performing at key events across the globe including Glastonbury, Global Gathering and Hospitality Brixton Academy, those fortunate to catch his energetic DJ sets have had a taste of the fire he has brought to this LP. Already a firm favourite of many A-list and radio DJ’s alike, this album solidifies Metrik as one of the top tier artists in d’n’b and beyond.

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Logistics – Crystal Skies (feat. Nightshade and Sarah Callander) [Full Track]

Available now as part of Fast Soul Music – Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/fsm56

Logistics – Crystal Skies (feat. Nightshade and Sarah Callander)

New Album Polyphony: http://hospi.tl/polyphony27

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Taken from Logistics’ 2012 smash album Fear Not.

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Fred V & Grafix feat. Etherwood – Forest Fires (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)

Available now as part of Fast Soul Music – Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/fsm56

Buy “Forest Fires” from iTunes: http://hospi.tl/forestfires30 or the Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/forestfires54

Following the successful release of their debut album “Recognise” in March, the Devonshire duo follow up with the second single from their album. “Forest Fires” is set to be the anthem of the summer, featuring vocals from Med School’s Etherwood.

“Forest Fires” has been BBC Radio One’s “track of the day” and made the Radio One playlist after receiving extensive backing from Zane Lowe, Fearne Cotton and Annie Mac.

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Fred V & Grafix – Green Destiny

Available now as part of Fast Soul Music – Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/fsm56

iTunes: http://hospi.tl/recognisealbumitunes?uo=4&at=11l9mP
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Pursuing a rapid ascension to D&B’s top table since signing to Hospital, Fred V & Grafix have quickly become one of the most talked about acts in the scene. Having remixed top 10 hits for Rudimental and Subfocus, and released a string of singles and tracks on Hospital, they now present their debut long player. An ambitious and consummate development of the sound they have become know for, built on a solid foundation of D&B beats. The album combines their love for live music, weighty sub bass and creative collaborations with newschool vocalists and producers.

With prodigious song-writing, epic musicality and dancefloor sensibility, “Recognise” eschews the predictable structure of todays identikit D&B. Simultaneously intellectual and effortless, it’s a breath of fresh air that builds on the success of Fred V & Grafix previous releases and includes “Major Happy” and “We Are 18” favourite “Catch My Breath”.

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Fred V & Grafix – Recognise (Official Video)

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The first single to be taken from Fred V & Grafix forthcoming debut LP. Recognise showcases these two young producers at the peak of their game.

Combining prodigious song-writing, epic musicality and dancefloor sensibility, ‘Recognise’ eschews the predictable structure of todays identikit D+B and opens with intricate arpeggios and skittering beats. Evolving into an ambitious and complex composition featuring lead vocals from Fred V himself.

Simultaneously intellectual and effortless, it’s a breath of fresh air that builds on the success of Fred V & Grafix previous successes ‘Major Happy’, ‘Games People Play’ and the current ‘Catch My Breath’,

Receiving its debut airplay on Annie Mac’s Friday night Radio One show, Fred V & Grafix count Subfocus, Netsky, Mistajam and B Traits as fans.

Young gun Emperor applies his twisted neurofunk genius to the remix for this package, choosing to frontload the song and harmonic structure before descending with a Spartan bassline workout and rugged tick-tock drums which will have every 21st century junglist grinning from ear to ear.

Fellow South-Western young guns Panda drop the tempo and flip the genre with their own sublime take on the original to round off the package.

Video by Gustavo Arteaga http://gustavoarteaga.com

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S.P.Y – Love Hurts

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Taken from S.P.Y’s debut album on Hospital ‘What The Future Holds’.

Across the thirteen-track selection, we are treated to an array of different styles as S.P.Y blends moody sub-bass driven soundscapes in tracks like “Bass Terror” with an old-skool vintage aesthetic, harking back to the late 90s “golden era” of D+B in moments like “Analogue Dreams”.

Soaring vocals are paired with uplifting synth sweeps and rolling breaks in tracks such as “See The Light”, “Hammer In My Heart” and title track “What The Future Holds”, whilst a ballad-like aspect takes over in “Love Hurts”. Things get nasty with the rough, tough, tech-y vibes in “Back Again” and “Infiltrate”, whilst the blissed out “Kiss The Sky” brings the album to a poignant finale.

LSB – If You’re Here (feat. Sophia Wardman)

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To celebrate our 18 years in the game, we bring you an outstanding selection of brand new and exclusive tracks. Curated over the last six months specifically for this project this outstanding triple album is groaning at the seams with label heavy hitters such as High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Netsky and London Elektricity, as well as showcasing new music from some of the most exciting new talents around, including Fred V & Grafix, Metrik, S.P.Y, and Medschool’s man of the moment Etherwood. With the drum & bass scene bigger and badder than ever before in 2014, could we ever have imagined way back in 1996 when Hospital was launched that we would have gone from a tiny eccentric imprint to the all conquering label we are today? We’ve called on our family and friends to chip in with remixes and collaborative input from the likes of Shogun Audio’s Friction, Total Science and DJ Marky and with eyes on the future we’ve sought the sound of things to come in the shape of Hugh Hardie, Ed:It, Krakota and Rollz. With label retrospectives ten a penny, this album looks squarely forward and defines 2014s d+b agenda with 29 outstanding moments. So, who’s up for another 18 years?

Hugh Hardie – Tearing Me Apart (feat Kyan)

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Hospital Shop: https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/various-artists/nhs243-hospital-we-are-18
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To celebrate our 18 years in the game, we bring you an outstanding selection of brand new and exclusive tracks. Curated over the last six months specifically for this project this outstanding triple album is groaning at the seams with label heavy hitters such as High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Netsky and London Elektricity, as well as showcasing new music from some of the most exciting new talents around, including Fred V & Grafix, Metrik, S.P.Y, and Medschool’s man of the moment Etherwood. With the drum & bass scene bigger and badder than ever before in 2014, could we ever have imagined way back in 1996 when Hospital was launched that we would have gone from a tiny eccentric imprint to the all conquering label we are today? We’ve called on our family and friends to chip in with remixes and collaborative input from the likes of Shogun Audio’s Friction, Total Science and DJ Marky and with eyes on the future we’ve sought the sound of things to come in the shape of Hugh Hardie, Ed:It, Krakota and Rollz. With label retrospectives ten a penny, this album looks squarely forward and defines 2014s d+b agenda with 29 outstanding moments. So, who’s up for another 18 years?

Logistics – Over and Out

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Taken from Logistics 2012 album Fear Not. Arguably more cohesive and ambitious than his previous efforts, this album covers a variety of tempos and styles.

Fear not, though, this is still 100% Logistics to the core, so sit back and enjoy the ride.

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