Fred V & Grafix – Like The Sun (Official Video)

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Fred V & Grafix bring a breath of fresh air with their long-awaited second album ‘Oxygen’. The 15-track venture strips away any uniformity, opening up into dreamy, synthesized waves of drum & bass, elements of elegant electro-pop, down-tempo beats, unsuspecting instrumentation and everything in between.

Their progression is clear from the off, the gorgeous ‘Ignite’ details infectious guitar and heartfelt harmonies from Fred V himself and their newest top-line finding, Amy J Pryce. She also appears on vocal led tracks ‘Altitude’ and ‘Electrify’ that push the pair even further into songwriter territory. They’ve spent months working with close friend Tudor Davies – whose vocal leads on romantic slow-mover ‘One Of A Kind’ – to create expressive, honest lyrics and enticing melodies throughout the LP.

Fred V & Grafix’s soundtrack style stands up tall in ‘Nearly There’ and ‘Our Story’ adding a surprise collaboration with Bloc Party front-man Kele to the mix. Both tracks encapsulate the epic, ‘hands in the air’ euphoria that Fred V & Grafix deliver to devoted crowds worldwide. Their drum & bass dancefloor roots remain strong with tracks ‘Stay Here’ and ‘Together We’re Lost’ picking up the pace.

In the debut album ‘Recognise’ we got a taste for their skills as live musicians. In take two we get even more from Grafix guitars, to drums, keys and Fred V’s own vocals, every element is faultlessly infused with title track ‘Oxygen’ as the perfect example.

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High Contrast – Calling My Name (Official Video)

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High Contrast himself directs the official video for ‘Calling My Name’ out now on Hospitality 2016!

Directed By & Shot By: Lincoln Barrett

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Etherwood – Light My Way Home (feat. Eva Lazarus)

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Almost two years on from his incredibly well-received debut album and Etherwood is back with the highly anticipated, “Blue Leaves” LP, a body of work showcasing the sheer talent of one of the UK’s most exciting artists in electronic music. Within this fourteen-track LP, Etherwood has not only displayed his perfected production skills but also outshone more than ever before with his own vocal performances and instrumental prowess.

Captivating listeners with his creativity, Etherwood explores the finer soundscapes of drum & bass, relaying the liquid beauty that his continually growing following have come to love him for. Included are the already popular 2015 releases, “You’ll Always Be a Part of Me”, “Souvenirs” featuring Zara Kershaw and most recent single, “Light My Way Home” featuring Eva Lazarus, premiered by BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac. Within fourteen tracks, not one is undeserving of its place on what is a truly outstanding album.

Enriched with sublime symphonic sounds, “For A Time I Was You” and “Cast Away” drift through epic elevations and enrapturing orchestral outbreaks that will undoubtedly stop all in their tracks. Powerful string sections, moving piano-led melodies and rolling percussions exude elegance, staying true to Etherwood’s signature sound.

The heart of “Blue Leaves” lies within “Revive”, rich with raw emotion and Eva Lazarus’ unforgettable vocal hooks – a musical match made in heaven between Etherwood and longstanding Hospital Records signee, Logistics. The album’s soul is sparked with a S.P.Y collaboration in “We’re Nothing Without Love”, a testament to Etherwood’s growth as an impressive singer/songwriter.

Similarly, “Caption”, “Breathe It In” and “Sunlight Splinters” highlight his completed skill set, with crisp percussions and soft waves of bass bound by his own powerful vocal performance. Finally, the breath-taking finale of “The Last Hour” draws a quaint close to the Etherwood 2.0 experience.

Since signing to Med School, Etherwood has risen from a humble underground following to gaining support from some of the world’s most respected DJs and broadcasters with his most recent releases receiving regular airwave play on BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra, Kiss FM, Capital Radio and Rinse FM. The “Blue Leaves” LP is sure to set Etherwood on the same promising path showcasing his ever-growing repertoire of electronic masterpieces for one of the most inspiring drum & bass albums of the year.

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Filmed in Lake Tahoe and Yosemite, California.

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Lynx – Clap Track (Official Video)

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Bold and fearless, Lynx steps away from the norm to deliver the unheard verses of drum & bass with his rule defying LP, ‘I Am Lynx’.

After signing to Hospital Records in June 2014, we were given a brief taste of his diversity with the release of his ‘Where Are You’ EP late last year. Since then Lynx has continued to rattle cages with his unconventional sounds and all-encompassing repertoire. Stocked full of crazed quirks and indefinable styles ‘I Am Lynx’ raises the bar, deviating from any D+B predictability.

Best bet is to expect the unexpected, ‘Circles’ leads the way featuring the infectious, layered vocals of Master X. Followed closely by ‘Ghost Train’, emitting haunting string sections and bold vocal chop-ups to give a relentless, industrial-sounding insight into the mind of Lynx. ‘Clap Track’ tears down the walls with reverberated kicks and warped bass waves going hand-in-hand with the attitude exuding ‘Drop That’. Soulful and indulgent ‘Chord Time’ and ‘Only She Knows’ break away from the rest, showcasing Lynx’s diversified style.

A producer dedicated to un-compromised quality, ‘I Am Lynx’ shatters stereotypes, showcasing the eccentric and eclectic style Lynx has cultivated from his many years of experience. Hospital Records proudly presents an album that sets Lynx aside from the rest; an unrivalled competitor in the race of the music creators.

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Etherwood – Amen Roadtrip (Official Video)

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After a two year hiatus ‘Hospitality’ is back, and bigger than ever! This massive fifth instalment comes fresh from winning “Best Club Night” (for the fourth year running!) at the Drum&Bass Arena awards.

This time round the album has doubled in size, with not one but two full CD length mixes. Put together by Hospital stalwart Nu:Tone, who hits the turntables fresh from his recent album success with ‘Future History’ which reached no 7 in the iTunes dance chart.

Containing 22 brand new previously unreleased tracks, Hospitality 2015 features a full spectrum of D+B artists; from High Contrast to Icicle, from Hazard and Etherwood to Noisia, all flavours of D+B are covered in these two exhilarating mixes. With some superb remixes from the likes of Break, Logistics, Culture Shock and LSB also included – no stone is left unturned.

Exclusive unreleased tracks to the album include a special VIP edition of Nu:Logic’s ‘Everlasting Days’ which both Gresham brothers have been unleashing in recent sets, as well as a cheeky re-rub of legendary Zed Bias’s jungle classic ‘Something About This’.

Other exclusives come from D&BA best newcomer producer 2014 winner Maduk, as well as Technimatic, London Elektricity, Russ Chimes, Nu:Tone and more.

To celebrate 18 years of Hospital Records throughout 2014, Hospitality brought together thousands of people, who all shared the same love for music, in a series of worldwide events. Bringing Hospitality firmly into 2015, this compilation provides a panoramic snapshot of D+B and brings you the very best of Hospitality.

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S.P.Y – Hammer In My Heart (feat. Diane Charlemagne) (Black Sun Empire Remix)

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Taken from Hospitality Drum and Bass 2013.

Featuring the full spectrum of artists; from Mampi Swift to Netsky, Calyx & Teebee to TC and Metrik to Technimatic, all flavours of D&B are covered in this exhilarating mix with some superb remixes from the likes of Dub Phyzix, S.P.Y, Metrik, Ulterior Motive and Sub Zero.

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Logistics – As Sure As Sunrise (feat. Hugh Hardie) [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]

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Big summer vibes in the new Logistics video for “As Sure As Sunrise” featuring Hugh Hardie.

His first release since 2012’s ‘Fear Not’, the man behind some of d+b’s biggest anthems returns with his brand new long player. Having spent the last two years collaborating with big brother Dan Nu:Tone on the Nu:Logic project, Logistics takes solo control of the studio set up once more to unleash his latest monsters.

A return to the classic Hospital sound which Logistics has helped shape; uplifting piano chords, euphoric basslines and sublime vocal chops abound, alongside acoustic guitars and luscious strings. Collaborators on this project include new talents Hugh Hardie and Maduk, veteran producer Sonic, vocalists Will Robert and Lifford, and of course brother Dan Nu:Tone.

An album of organic, dnb soul, as Hospital hits its 18th year in business Logistics brings us a reminder of his well renowned talent with an added sense of maturity in his production.

Video by: Lauren Klocker & Georg Goldarbeiter

Director: Georg Goldarbeiter
DOP: Lauren Klocker
1AC: Markus Grohmann
AD: Alexander Katikaridis
Script: Elisa Maier
Gaffer: Barbara Salehi
Electrician: Verena Mühling
Unit Manager: Kay Laaber
Key Grip: Valentin Huber
Grip Assistant: Felix Egger
PA: Marcel Darwish
Hair & Make-Up: Melanie Böhm

Main Character: Tony Matzl

Special thanks to: SAE Institute Vienna

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Nu:Tone – Do You Like It (feat. Natalie Williams)

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Taken from Nu:Tone’s 2011 album ‘Words & Pictures’.

In a career in music now spanning over a decade, and with fans from Dillinja to Tom Middleton, Nu:Tone has garnered an impressive reputation for himself both at home and abroad. From his debut album ‘Brave Nu World’ in 2005, through ‘Back Of Beyond’ (2007) as well as his work alongside Logistics and Commix as part of “The Future Sound of Cambridge”, and recent forays into more dancefloor territory as ”Nu:Logic” he has consistently provided only the best output.

‘Words And Pictures’ steps things up to a new level, with no less than eight vocalists featured throughout the thirteen-track duration including revered names as Ben Westbeech and Natalie Williams. Opening with the A-side of lead single ‘Shine In’, it’s all soaring vocals and shimmering hands-in-the-air business at the start. Moving through darker, heavier moments such as ‘The First Time Ever’ and the moody melancholy of ‘Set Me Free’ things take a turn to the past in the final section of the album. ‘This Love Has Gone’ is a stripped back ballad, whilst ‘Invisible’ sees Dan Gresham team up with jungle legends 4Hero for ‘Invisible’ — one that’s sure to get all the old skool junglists all misty eyed with nostalgia.

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London Elektricity – The Plan That Cannot Fail (Logistics Remix)

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Hot on the heels of his 2011 album Yikes! LP, London Elektricity came back with a superb set of remixes from the creme de la creme of contemporary, worldwide D+B talent.

Kicking off the tracklisting S.P.Y takes to the helm with his sublime re-work of “Elektricity Will Keep Me Warm”. A producer who has really risen to the fore in the last year, Brazilian born S.P.Y smooths out the piano-driven original into a late night party gem. Hospital homeboy Logistics comes up with a foolproof “Plan That Cannot Fail” – working with the innate musicality of the piece, increasing the dancefloor sensibility with a trouser flapping bassline. Annie Mac favourite Lung is up next with his blissfully euphoric take on title track “Yikes!” before Danny Byrd hammers home with the Hospitality anthem “Meteorites”.

Things get deeper and more twisted further into the tracklisting with hotly tipped antipodean talent Royalston smashing “Round The World In a Day” into a sawtooth stepper, Bratislava’s B Complex chops up the breaks on “Invisible Worlds” before the Eastern block triple of Russia’s Enei and Unquote alongside Estonia’s Mutated Forms show what they can do. Rounding off this international super-nova of breakbeat science we head back to the UK for some future Jungle vibes as Stray adds dubbed out subs to “Had a Little Fight” for a climactic finish.

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Hospital Podcast 233 with London Elektricity

London Elektricity returns with a special ‘vinyl only’ podcast, featuring upfront music from the likes of Bop, Rockwell, Urbandawn, Technimatic, Logistics and more…


Logistics ‘Transcending’
LSB ‘If You’re Here VIP’
S.P.Y ‘Brooklyn Dub’
Eveson & Halogenix ‘Distopian Romance’
Technimatic ‘The Evening Loop’
Hugh Hardie ‘Tearing Me Apart’ (feat. Kyan)
KG ‘Woodblock Riddim’
Technimatic ‘Perseverance’
Pharrell Williams ‘Happy’ (TC Bootleg)
Break ‘Moving On’
Gorgon City ‘Ready For Your Love’ (Etherwood remix)
Logistics ‘Polyphony’ (feat. Sonic)
Response ‘Control’
War Machine ‘Living Weapon’
Rockwell ‘IneedU’
Logistics ‘Triangles’
DJ Trax ‘Bring It Back’
LSB ‘Walking Blues’
Digital ‘Archive’
Metrik ‘Want My Love’ (Elizabeth Troy)
Urbandawn ‘Words To Say’
Bop ‘White Nights’

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