Palme d’Or hopefuls arrive ahead of closing ceremony

The Cannes film festival ends today with the race for the Palme d’Or wide open and a cracking crop of movies vying for the top prize. With the jury now deliberating in secret in a villa overlooking the Mediterranean, four films have emerged as the favourites from a field The Guardian described as “outstanding”. IMAGES

Palme d’Or hopefuls arrive ahead of closing ceremony

The Cannes film festival ends today with the race for the Palme d’Or wide open and a cracking crop of movies vying for the top prize. With the jury now deliberating in secret in a villa overlooking the Mediterranean, four films have emerged as the favourites from a field The Guardian described as “outstanding”. IMAGES

WikiLeaks sues the Guardian over ‘100% fake’ Assange-Manafort meetings article

Julian #Assange is in the headlines once again with #WikiLeaks saying it’s ready to sue Britain’s Guardian newspaper. It’s accused of fabricating a story of Assange secretly meeting Donald Trump’s former election campaign chairman Paul Manafort. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/9je9

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Femme Fatale: US blasts ‘The Guardian’ for Russian mole article

A Russian mole inside the US embassy in Moscow.

It’s salacious stuff – and Britain’s Guardian newspaper’s been reveling in its scoop. But all’s not how it seems.

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Reporter Luke Harding Explains Life Under FSB Surveillance

Luke Harding, journalist and author of “Collusion: Secret Meetings, Dirty Money, and How Russia Helped Donald Trump Win,” explains what it was like to live in Moscow under FSB surveillance. Following is a transcript of the video.

Luke Harding: My name is Luke Harding. I’m a journalist and a writer, and my new book is called “Collusion,” and it’s about Donald Trump and Russia.

I know about Russian espionage, I suffer through it myself to some degree. I spent four years in Moscow as The Guardian’s bureau chief and I had goons from the FSB — basically the KGB — breaking into my apartment, following me around the icy streets of Moscow, sometimes in quite a kind of comic sort of a way.

You don’t really grow accustomed to FSB surveillance, but what we discovered, basically you didn’t have to be Sherlock Holmes to figure out that some strange people had been inside the flat because unlike in the movies, they left a series of blindingly obvious clues.

And I took advice from the British Embassy in Moscow from diplomats from London and they said, “Terribly sorry, old chap, but you’re apartment is bugged.” And I said, “Well, can you do something about it?” And they said, “No, we can’t,” and I discovered that they had video as well, including in the bedroom.

I think I understand kind of how these Russian intelligence people think. They are convinced that any American journalist, any British journalist, that we’re all spies actually secretly working for the CIA or MI6 and that our goal is to undermine Russia by writing kind of propaganda.

Obviously, that’s kind of crazy and wrong, but paradoxically that kind of gives us a degree of protection because there’s one code for foreign spies, they can be harassed, they can be seduced, they can be exploited or surveilled, but ultimately you don’t kill them. The people you kill are Russians who have betrayed the state and deserve the ultimate punishment.

The reason it’s relevant is when you think about what happened in 2013 when Donald Trump famously visited the Ritz-Carlton Hotel for the Miss Universe beauty pageant. Did the Russians spy on him? Of course they did. It’s what they do. For any kind of important guest, they would spy on him. So it’s not really a question about whether they would have sought to kind of entrap him. It’s a question of how he may or may not have behaved, and really only Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin know the answer to that.

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U.S. Troops in Romania & Saudi Arabia’s Comic Con: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the May 25, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

VICE News joins U.S. troops deployed as part of the Congress mandated Operation Atlantic Resolve, a display of force against Russia. Romania is playing a key role in this new American mission.

President Rodrigo Duterte imposed martial law on the island of Mindanao in response to violence caused by Islamic State-linked militants. Plus, the Guardian reporter who was body slammed by Greg Gianforte speaks out.

Saudi Arabia recently held its first Comic Con in Jeddah, the conservative Gulf state’s culture capital. VICE News attended the three-day festival to see how it all went down, and met a team of creators who introduced a new and controversial character to the lineup.

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GOP Congressman Charged With Assault After “Body-slamming” A Reporter (HBO)

The Guardian’s Ben Jacobs may have become a factor in how Montanans vote on who becomes the state’s next member of the House of Representatives.

After Jacobs asked the Republican candidate Greg Gianforte a question, the candidate allegedly lost his temper and “body slammed” the reporter. Gianforte was quickly charged with misdemeanor assault.

The campaign claimed it was Jacobs’ aggressive behavior that landed him on the ground. But when Jacobs’ talked to VICE News today, he pushed back on that.

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The Guardian faces claims it distorted Assange interview

British newspaper the Guardian has been heavily criticized for publishing a summary of an interview with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, which selectively edited his quotes. The interview was originally given to Italian outlet La Republica, and the misleading publication went viral on social media.

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‘At work across Europe & UK’: MI5 chief says Russia is growing threat to Britain

Russia poses an increasing threat to the UK and is using all the powers at its disposal to push its policies abroad, Director General of MI5 Andrew Parker told the Guardian – READ MORE http://on.rt.com/7tl2

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‘Information Vampires’ Hoping to Charge Press Outlets for Publishing Snowden Leaks

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Rather than working to correct the growing surveillance state lawmakers on both sides of the Atlantic are dragging their feet and exploring methods to crack down on the press, The Guardian in particular, journalist Tony Gosling told RT.

Officials from the UK intelligence agency GCHQ raided the Guardian newspaper’s London officers back in August in search of hardrives containing data leaked by former CIA employee Edward Snowden. Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger said the officials wanted the Guardian to destroy all the information from Snowden despite the fact the data had already been disseminated to different news organizations around the world.

Rusbringer is set to give evidence to an MP committee investigating counter-terrorism activities on Tuesday. The Guardian’s editor has criticized the UK government for its intimidation tactics and said the US and UK are making work increasingly difficult for journalists.

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LOZ CONTRERAS GUESTMIX

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Finally we can present to you our first guestmix on the Majestic podcast. Loz Contreras did a really great job on it. He mixed up legendary old tunes with smashing new ones. We hope we can feature many more artists like him 🙂 Also take a look at the download section above, you can download the mix as one or in seperated tracks. Also we made a little iPhone wallpaper for you guys!

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✖ Tracklist
00:00 Total Science, Riya, S.P.Y, DaM FunK – Piano Funk
04:40 DJ Marky & S.P.Y – Last Night
06:28 dRamatic & db Audio – Let Me Begin
07:54 Lenzman – Broken Dreams
10:03 SpectraSoul – Guardian
11:29 Bungle & Ayah Marar – Sirens (Bladerunner Rollers mix)
12:55 Marcus Intalex & Calibre – Meltdown
15:26 Logistics – Follow That Star
17:57 Focus & Lomax – 5 Weeks
19:24 Command Strange & Dynamic – Lost In You
21:12 DJ Clart – Street Dreams
22:38 Lenzman – Wordsworth
25:10 Technicolour, Komatic & LSB – Rotary Motion
27:20 Tokyo Prose & Phil Tangent – Partiy
28:47 Loz Contreras – Chloes Exodus
31:40 Hosta — Thinking About You
33:28 Artifical Intelligence – Desperado
35:43 Technicolour – Centrifuge
38:10 Flaco – Down
40:20 Little Dragon – Twice (LSB Bootleg)
42:29 Zero 7 – In The Waiting Line (S.P.Y Remix)
46:06 Dave Owen – Still Waters
47:54 Calibre – Even If…
50:04 Zero T & Steo – Refusal (Calibre remix)
51:53 SpectraSoul – Light In The Dark
53:19 Alix Perez, Peven Everett & SpectraSoul) – Forsaken

Martsman – Halow

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

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Hospital Sub 150 Minimix

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

We gave Blokhe4d the challenge of mini mixing our Sub 150 album and despite being different to what you may usually hear from a Blokhe4d DJing outing the boys came up with this sick selection, showing you exactly how to deal with the tempo dropped to Sub 150. Enjoy!

Tracklisting…

1. Nu:Tone – Set Me Free
2. Martsman – Halow
3. N3gus – Snakes
4. Other Echoes – Quantum Spectrum featuring Tim Parker
5. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes – Please Answer
6. Mistabishi – White Collar Grime
7. Mistabishi – Printer Jam Barbarix remix
8. Blokhe4d – Zelda
9. Phturistix – Feel it Out ( Daluq Remix)
10. Joe Syntax – Massive Control
11. Randomer – Scapegoat
12. Lung – Accidently On Purpose
13. London Elektricity – Cum Dancing – Dubchild Remix
14. Darqwan – Three Note Blue
15. Lung – This Time You’re Not Wrong
16. Danny Byrd – We Can Have It All – Koan Sound Remix
17. Camo & Krooked – The Lesson – Instrumental
18. CLS – My Lost Paradise (feat. Eveline)
19. Logistics – Bounced
20. Netsky – Can’t Hold On

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

London Elektricity – Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

Darqwan – Three Note Blue

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

Phuturistix – Feel It Out (Daluq remix)

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

Randomer – Scapegoat

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

Logistics – Bounced

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

Other Echoes – Quantum Spectrum featuring Tim Parker

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

Joe Syntax – Massive Control

Out Now £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

CLS – My Lost Paradise (feat Eveline)

Out Now £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes – Please Answer

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://hospi.tl/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

Mistabishi – Printer Jam ( Barbarix Remix)

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/