Fred V – Storm (feat. Rothwell) [Acoustic]

Buy or Stream Proximity EP here: https://FredV.lnk.to/ProximityEPyc

Fred V stands tall with his first EP since going solo, ‘Proximity’, following his huge single ‘Burning Me’ from Hospital Records’ stand-out compilation ‘Sick Music 2019’. Across five tracks he explores his signature synth-ladened drum & bass euphoria and funky future-bass beats, alongside features from singer/songwriters Rothwell and Lottie Jones.

Rothwell’s gorgeous vocals on the EP’s lead track ‘Storm’ bring a rich musicality, powered by Fred V’s pristine production and masterfully crafted melodies. It’s a welcomed return to the Hospital camp for the London-based singer, after featuring on Metrik’s huge hit ‘We Got It’ and releasing her own pop-ballad beauty ‘Darling’.

Fans of Fred V’s early collaborative productions ‘Major Happy’ and ‘Games People Play’ will welcome his new solo material ‘Really Happy Aliens’ and ‘Cosmic Flowchart’ – both first-class tickets to brighter days, shining brilliantly in the dreamy realms of big-room D+B.

Emotions run deep as Fred V brings through whispers of his own vocal talent on the soothing liquid D+B journey, ‘Voyage’. Finally, there’s the indie-electronica masterpiece ‘Proximity’ featuring the majestic vocals of Lottie Jones.

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Fred V – Voyage

Buy or stream ‘Fred V – Proximity EP’ here: https://FredV.lnk.to/ProximityEPyb

Fred V stands tall with his first EP since going solo, ‘Proximity’, following his huge single ‘Burning Me’ from Hospital Records’ stand-out compilation ‘Sick Music 2019’. Across five tracks he explores his signature synth-ladened drum & bass euphoria and funky future-bass beats, alongside features from singer/songwriters Rothwell and Lottie Jones.

Rothwell’s gorgeous vocals on the EP’s lead track ‘Storm’ bring a rich musicality, powered by Fred V’s pristine production and masterfully crafted melodies. It’s a welcomed return to the Hospital camp for the London-based singer, after featuring on Metrik’s huge hit ‘We Got It’ and releasing her own pop-ballad beauty ‘Darling’.

Fans of Fred V’s early collaborative productions ‘Major Happy’ and ‘Games People Play’ will welcome his new solo material ‘Really Happy Aliens’ and ‘Cosmic Flowchart’ – both first-class tickets to brighter days, shining brilliantly in the dreamy realms of big-room D+B.

Emotions run deep as Fred V brings through whispers of his own vocal talent on the soothing liquid D+B journey, ‘Voyage’. Finally, there’s the indie-electronica masterpiece ‘Proximity’ featuring the majestic vocals of Lottie Jones.

Fred V:

https://www.facebook.com/FredVMusic/

https://www.instagram.com/fredvmusic/

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Fred V – Really Happy Aliens

Buy or stream ‘Fred V – Proximity EP’ here: https://FredV.lnk.to/ProximityEPyb

Fred V stands tall with his first EP since going solo, ‘Proximity’, following his huge single ‘Burning Me’ from Hospital Records’ stand-out compilation ‘Sick Music 2019’. Across five tracks he explores his signature synth-ladened drum & bass euphoria and funky future-bass beats, alongside features from singer/songwriters Rothwell and Lottie Jones.

Rothwell’s gorgeous vocals on the EP’s lead track ‘Storm’ bring a rich musicality, powered by Fred V’s pristine production and masterfully crafted melodies. It’s a welcomed return to the Hospital camp for the London-based singer, after featuring on Metrik’s huge hit ‘We Got It’ and releasing her own pop-ballad beauty ‘Darling’.

Fans of Fred V’s early collaborative productions ‘Major Happy’ and ‘Games People Play’ will welcome his new solo material ‘Really Happy Aliens’ and ‘Cosmic Flowchart’ – both first-class tickets to brighter days, shining brilliantly in the dreamy realms of big-room D+B.

Emotions run deep as Fred V brings through whispers of his own vocal talent on the soothing liquid D+B journey, ‘Voyage’. Finally, there’s the indie-electronica masterpiece ‘Proximity’ featuring the majestic vocals of Lottie Jones.

Fred V:

https://www.facebook.com/FredVMusic/

https://www.instagram.com/fredvmusic/

Follow Hospital Records:

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Fred V – Proximity (feat. Lottie Jones)

Buy or stream ‘Fred V – Proximity EP’ here: https://FredV.lnk.to/ProximityEPyb

Fred V stands tall with his first EP since going solo, ‘Proximity’, following his huge single ‘Burning Me’ from Hospital Records’ stand-out compilation ‘Sick Music 2019’. Across five tracks he explores his signature synth-ladened drum & bass euphoria and funky future-bass beats, alongside features from singer/songwriters Rothwell and Lottie Jones.

Rothwell’s gorgeous vocals on the EP’s lead track ‘Storm’ bring a rich musicality, powered by Fred V’s pristine production and masterfully crafted melodies. It’s a welcomed return to the Hospital camp for the London-based singer, after featuring on Metrik’s huge hit ‘We Got It’ and releasing her own pop-ballad beauty ‘Darling’.

Fans of Fred V’s early collaborative productions ‘Major Happy’ and ‘Games People Play’ will welcome his new solo material ‘Really Happy Aliens’ and ‘Cosmic Flowchart’ – both first-class tickets to brighter days, shining brilliantly in the dreamy realms of big-room D+B.

Emotions run deep as Fred V brings through whispers of his own vocal talent on the soothing liquid D+B journey, ‘Voyage’. Finally, there’s the indie-electronica masterpiece ‘Proximity’ featuring the majestic vocals of Lottie Jones.

Fred V:

https://www.facebook.com/FredVMusic/

https://www.instagram.com/fredvmusic/

Follow Hospital Records:

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https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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http://play.spotify.com/user/hospital
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Fred V – Storm (feat. Rothwell)

Buy or stream ‘Fred V – Proximity EP’ here: https://FredV.lnk.to/ProximityEPyb

Fred V stands tall with his first EP since going solo, ‘Proximity’, following his huge single ‘Burning Me’ from Hospital Records’ stand-out compilation ‘Sick Music 2019’. Across five tracks he explores his signature synth-ladened drum & bass euphoria and funky future-bass beats, alongside features from singer/songwriters Rothwell and Lottie Jones.

Rothwell’s gorgeous vocals on the EP’s lead track ‘Storm’ bring a rich musicality, powered by Fred V’s pristine production and masterfully crafted melodies. It’s a welcomed return to the Hospital camp for the London-based singer, after featuring on Metrik’s huge hit ‘We Got It’ and releasing her own pop-ballad beauty ‘Darling’.

Fans of Fred V’s early collaborative productions ‘Major Happy’ and ‘Games People Play’ will welcome his new solo material ‘Really Happy Aliens’ and ‘Cosmic Flowchart’ – both first-class tickets to brighter days, shining brilliantly in the dreamy realms of big-room D+B.

Emotions run deep as Fred V brings through whispers of his own vocal talent on the soothing liquid D+B journey, ‘Voyage’. Finally, there’s the indie-electronica masterpiece ‘Proximity’ featuring the majestic vocals of Lottie Jones.

Fred V:

https://www.facebook.com/FredVMusic/

https://www.instagram.com/fredvmusic/

Follow Hospital Records:

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https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Fred V & Grafix – Basilisk

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iTunes: http://hospi.tl/basiliskitunes

Fred V & Grafix, the dynamic duo from Devon, present their debut solo single on Hospital. “Goggles” is a four-track EP featuring the full spectrum of their sound. The “Goggles” EP is fresh, fun and jam-packed with exciting, dancefloor-driven beats that should excite and unite D&B fans for 2013.

With its unassuming bleep intro, “Goggles” will no doubt take some by surprise with its subterranean sounds as bubbling bass and intricate arpeggios develop into the kind of aquatic frenzy you won’t have witnessed since doing 50 metres butterfly at school. But wait, “Games People Play” ups the ante with a more recognisable Fred V & Grafix aesthetic – full of polished vocal glow, warm atmospherics, punchy drums and live guitar from Fred Vahrman himself.

Returning to a stripped back, contemplative tone and we have “Denmark Road” with its shimmying soundscape, shuffling breaks and murmuring Calibre-esque sweeps. Beware the epic “Basilisk” awaiting at the end of the EP. This monster has a hypnotizing intro, then bites deep, with a drop dominated by dense, contorting synth work. Awesome.

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Fred V & Grafix – Recognise (Panda Remix)

iTunes: http://hospi.tl/recogniseitunes Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/recognise

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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Fred V & Grafix – Recognise (Emperor Remix)

iTunes: http://hospi.tl/recogniseitunes?uo=4&at=11l9mP
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/recognise

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

Follow Hospital Records
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Fred V & Grafix – Recognise (Official Video)

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

Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/recognise
iTunes: http://hospi.tl/recogniseitunes?app=itunes

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

Follow Hospital Records
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https://www.facebook.com/fredvgrafix


Fred V & Grafix – Recognise (Taken from Annie Mac’s Radio 1 Show)

Buy Here iTunes: http://hospi.tl/recogniseitunes?uo=4&at=11l9mP
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/recognise

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.