Unglued – Born In ’94 (feat. MC Conrad) [Official Music Video]

Buy or stream Unglued ‘Born In ’94 (feat. MC Conrad) here:
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It all began with his uncle’s donated crates of early jungle records, now Hospital’s infamous young-gun Unglued serves up his own instalment of dancefloor warfare. ‘Born In ‘94’ is his homage to the golden era and is certain to pack in a crowd with its serious sub-bass and summer festival feel, topped with the legendary vocals of MC Conrad from a classic ‘93 tape pack.

It’s matched up with B-side ‘Malware’, a collaboration with Neosignal head-honcho Phace, born out of Unglued’s visit to Hamburg. A swarm of industrial synths meet a gritty bassline to tunnel a path of tear-out techy D+B savagery.

Having amassed huge support from his earlier productions including his monumental remix of High Contrast’s ‘If We Ever’, Unglued continues to go strength to strength with back to back bookings every weekend across the globe. This summer you can catch him at Glastonbury, NASS, Hospitality On Beach 2019, Nozstock, Rampage, Let It Roll, Boomtown and Hospitality In The Park 2019.

Available on a black and yellow marbled 12” vinyl, digital and streaming platforms.

Big thanks and credit to:
Video produced/edit by Rob Ulitski
Unglued Footage by Harry Smith
Dreamscape footage by The Garry Glarke Archives

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Grafix – Acid Generation (Official Music Video)

WARNING: This video contains flashing imagery

Buy or stream Grafix ‘Refuge EP’ here: https://grafix.lnk.to/RefugeEPyb

Grafix finally unveils his new sound to the world on his remarkable ‘Refuge’ EP – his first solo release in almost ten years since departing from his long-term collaborative outfit. Delve into his new found inspiration across four tracks that explore the world of underground dancefloor drum & bass.

The acid-techno inspired ‘Acid Generation’ calls back to the sound of rave counterculture through the late 80s, with a rapid-fire relay of metallic stabs that pack enough punch to surge through any concrete jungle.

Original Grafix fans will relish in the power-chords and big leads of ‘Refuge’, that feature the addictive vocals of Bristol’s Ruth Royall. ‘Photons’ is a welcomed switch-up, bringing in Grafix’s love of house and garage with stabbing percussions and ethereal synths. As ‘Rain Fall Down’ calls out Grafix has his new musical vision clear in sight.

As a duo, Grafix has previously released three albums with Hospital Records that included the huge drum & bass anthems ‘Major Happy’, ‘Forest Fires’, ‘Ultraviolet’, ‘Tension’ and many more. He’s had radio support from the likes of Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, MistaJam, Rene LaVice, as well as club support from the biggest in the game.

He’s previously toured the globe and this summer he continues to take dancefloors by storm with sets at Glastonbury, Liquicity Festival, Hospitality On The Beach, Boardmasters and more.

Video by Max Palmer:
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Grafix footage by Harry Smith & harrysymesfilm

1995 archive footage provided by Triple Ex Promotions

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Inja x Whiney – She Just Wanna Dance (Official Video)

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I see this so often when I’m out working from the stage, it always breaks my heart a little. In my eyes when I do go out I want to dance, enjoy music and feel free in the safety net of the sound system. I’ll always help when I can. I just want to go out and be free to dance and I’ll smile with anyone who’s into that. – Inja

A very big thank you to all involved:

Carina Low
Charlie Tisma
Charlotte Haining
Cimone Fagan
Diana Foster
Ella Rothwell
Ellen Lewin
Estelle Maslen
Farhanna Aboo
Frances Pollitzer
Hettie Fitzgerald
Hope Nolan
Indi Khera
Joanna Gardner
Kameil Sattar
Karina Ramage
Kerry O-brien
Lara Greening
Leanne Allen
Mackinlay Ingham
Megan Bean
Mollie Collins
Nicola Whisky Kicks
Laurie-Kay Hue
Natasha Harber
Nikki Burden
Olivia Pooley
Peu Cheung
Sarah Cole
Sophie Ferreira
Yvette Chivers

Filmed & Edited by Harry Smith

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Unglued – Bootstrap Bill (Official Video)

Buy or stream Sick Music 2018:
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After a six-year hiatus, everyone’s favourite Hospital compilation returns. Witness the sickness, this is drum & bass, this is ‘Sick Music 2018’.

With 24 brand new tracks, the series that brought the world early stories of Netsky, Wilkinson, Sigma and Fred V & Grafix is back. The heritage of this series speaks volumes, and ‘Sick Music 2018’ takes the quality to a whole new level. Filled to the brim with dangerous dubplates this full spectrum injection is a must have for each and every D+B devotee.

Hospital’s leading dancefloor duke Danny Byrd has taken things straight back to ’99 with ‘Devil’s Drop’. Firing on all cylinders he’s keeping it raw, rolling and funky. In a similarly devilish fashion we have ‘Bootstrap Bill’ finally unleashed by the enigmatic Unglued. Unashamedly destructive and executed with precision, this track is more dangerous than Donald Trump drunk on Twitter.

In a perfect fusion of Hospital and Med School, we see Fred V & Grafix’s ‘Hurricanes (Wild Love)’ re-worked with pristine precision by everyone’s favourite prodigy Keeno. Keeping the vibe level at eleven, Hugh Hardie’s delivered the gorgeous ‘Nightingale’, both seductively simple and oozing with elegance.

‘Just One Second’ by London Elektricity gets its first re-work since the late Apex’s famous remix on the very first Sick Music. The beautiful track see’s a sterling contemporary edit and is a testament to Mitekiss’ talent.

This album also brings the first solo single from the biggest name in D+B right now, Kings Of The Rollers. Fiercely pushing into new territory ‘Burnt Ends’ has been causing carnage on the dancefloor, getting double wheel-ups from across the globe.

Joining this rich tapestry of exemplary D+B are both veteran composers and new blood alike including: Klute, Whiney, Urbandawn, Reso, Logistics, John B, and of course Hospital Records’ commander-in-chief London Elektricity.

The release will be available across all formats but its grandest form will take that off the highly limited box set. Featuring a CD, the 4×12” plates, some box set only stickers and an exclusive T-shirt. One for the collectors, this is not a release to be overlooked.

Video by Harry Smith

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