Logistics – Brand New Beginning (feat. Inja)

Buy or stream ‘Headspace’ here: https://Logistics.lnk.to/headspaceyc

Following the 360-degree drum & bass experience that is ‘Waveforms’, Logistics continues his three-part EP series, linking the sounds of past, present and future on the ‘Headspace’ EP. With seven solo albums, six EPs and several collaborative releases under his belt, Logistics is one of Hospital Records’ most prolific artists. He’s joined by the lyrical extraordinaire Inja and the vocal stylings of family mainstay Thomas Oliver.

Opening this four-track EP is ‘Stay True’, a sublime dose of rolling liquid with the workings of New Zealand’s singer/songwriter Thomas Oliver. Atmospheric pads, nimble organ work and graceful harmonies come together for an elegant dose of Logistics’ drum & bass mastery.

Following a path of deeper liquid is ‘Rebuild’ with its low rumbling frequencies and super sharp sonics, topped with layers of mysterious atmospherics. On a darker tangent is the title track, ‘Headspace’, rolling and hypnotic, it’s a testament of Logistics’ long-standing ability to carve out timeless, melodic grooves.

Switching up the vibe is ‘Brand New Beginning’ featuring the enigmatic Inja. Setting the tone with tranquil hip-hop beats, this nod to Inja’s history outside of drum & bass transitions into an upbeat number, beaming with Inja’s trademark positivity.

As one of the most renowned artists in drum & bass, Logistics’ reputation is far-reaching with regular presence across major radio airwaves with support from the likes of the BBC’s Annie Mac, Rene LaVice and Mary Anne Hobbs. He can be found at festivals and events worldwide in 2020 including a main stage set at the forthcoming London D+B takeover, Hospitality Returns To The Dock.

Follow Logistics:

http://www.facebook.com/logisticsdnb

http://www.instagram.com/logisticsdnb/

Follow Inja:

http://www.facebook.com/injamusic/
http://wwwtwitter.com/injamusic
http://www.instagram.com/injamusic/

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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

Logistics – Headspace

Buy or stream ‘Headspace’ here: https://Logistics.lnk.to/headspaceyc

Following the 360-degree drum & bass experience that is ‘Waveforms’, Logistics continues his three-part EP series, linking the sounds of past, present and future on the ‘Headspace’ EP. With seven solo albums, six EPs and several collaborative releases under his belt, Logistics is one of Hospital Records’ most prolific artists. He’s joined by the lyrical extraordinaire Inja and the vocal stylings of family mainstay Thomas Oliver.

Opening this four-track EP is ‘Stay True’, a sublime dose of rolling liquid with the workings of New Zealand’s singer/songwriter Thomas Oliver. Atmospheric pads, nimble organ work and graceful harmonies come together for an elegant dose of Logistics’ drum & bass mastery.

Following a path of deeper liquid is ‘Rebuild’ with its low rumbling frequencies and super sharp sonics, topped with layers of mysterious atmospherics. On a darker tangent is the title track, ‘Headspace’, rolling and hypnotic, it’s a testament of Logistics’ long-standing ability to carve out timeless, melodic grooves.

Switching up the vibe is ‘Brand New Beginning’ featuring the enigmatic Inja. Setting the tone with tranquil hip-hop beats, this nod to Inja’s history outside of drum & bass transitions into an upbeat number, beaming with Inja’s trademark positivity.

As one of the most renowned artists in drum & bass, Logistics’ reputation is far-reaching with regular presence across major radio airwaves with support from the likes of the BBC’s Annie Mac, Rene LaVice and Mary Anne Hobbs. He can be found at festivals and events worldwide in 2020 including a main stage set at the forthcoming London D+B takeover, Hospitality Returns To The Dock.

Follow Logistics:

http://www.facebook.com/logisticsdnb

http://www.instagram.com/logisticsdnb/

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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

Logistics – Rebuild

Buy or stream ‘Headspace’ here: https://Logistics.lnk.to/headspaceyc

Following the 360-degree drum & bass experience that is ‘Waveforms’, Logistics continues his three-part EP series, linking the sounds of past, present and future on the ‘Headspace’ EP. With seven solo albums, six EPs and several collaborative releases under his belt, Logistics is one of Hospital Records’ most prolific artists. He’s joined by the lyrical extraordinaire Inja and the vocal stylings of family mainstay Thomas Oliver.

Opening this four-track EP is ‘Stay True’, a sublime dose of rolling liquid with the workings of New Zealand’s singer/songwriter Thomas Oliver. Atmospheric pads, nimble organ work and graceful harmonies come together for an elegant dose of Logistics’ drum & bass mastery.

Following a path of deeper liquid is ‘Rebuild’ with its low rumbling frequencies and super sharp sonics, topped with layers of mysterious atmospherics. On a darker tangent is the title track, ‘Headspace’, rolling and hypnotic, it’s a testament of Logistics’ long-standing ability to carve out timeless, melodic grooves.

Switching up the vibe is ‘Brand New Beginning’ featuring the enigmatic Inja. Setting the tone with tranquil hip-hop beats, this nod to Inja’s history outside of drum & bass transitions into an upbeat number, beaming with Inja’s trademark positivity.

As one of the most renowned artists in drum & bass, Logistics’ reputation is far-reaching with regular presence across major radio airwaves with support from the likes of the BBC’s Annie Mac, Rene LaVice and Mary Anne Hobbs. He can be found at festivals and events worldwide in 2020 including a main stage set at the forthcoming London D+B takeover, Hospitality Returns To The Dock.

Follow Logistics:

www.facebook.com/logisticsdnb
twitter.com/logisticsdnb
www.instagram.com/logisticsdnb/

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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

Logistics & Thomas Oliver – Stay True (Official Video)

Buy or stream ‘Headspace’ here: https://Logistics.lnk.to/headspaceyc

Following the 360-degree drum & bass experience that is ‘Waveforms’, Logistics continues his three-part EP series, linking the sounds of past, present and future on the ‘Headspace’ EP. With seven solo albums, six EPs and several collaborative releases under his belt, Logistics is one of Hospital Records’ most prolific artists. He’s joined by the lyrical extraordinaire Inja and the vocal stylings of family mainstay Thomas Oliver.

Opening this four-track EP is ‘Stay True’, a sublime dose of rolling liquid with the workings of New Zealand’s singer/songwriter Thomas Oliver. Atmospheric pads, nimble organ work and graceful harmonies come together for an elegant dose of Logistics’ drum & bass mastery.

Following a path of deeper liquid is ‘Rebuild’ with its low rumbling frequencies and super sharp sonics, topped with layers of mysterious atmospherics. On a darker tangent is the title track, ‘Headspace’, rolling and hypnotic, it’s a testament of Logistics’ long-standing ability to carve out timeless, melodic grooves.

Switching up the vibe is ‘Brand New Beginning’ featuring the enigmatic Inja. Setting the tone with tranquil hip-hop beats, this nod to Inja’s history outside of drum & bass transitions into an upbeat number, beaming with Inja’s trademark positivity.

As one of the most renowned artists in drum & bass, Logistics’ reputation is far-reaching with regular presence across major radio airwaves with support from the likes of the BBC’s Annie Mac, Rene LaVice and Mary Anne Hobbs. He can be found at festivals and events worldwide in 2020 including a main stage set at the forthcoming London D+B takeover, Hospitality Returns To The Dock.

Follow Logistics:

https://www.facebook.com/logisticsdnb

https://www.instagram.com/logisticsdnb/

Follow Thomas Oliver:

https://www.facebook.com/thomasolivermusic/
https://twitter.com/tomoliver_au?
https://www.instagram.com/thomas_oliver_music/

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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

Tim Ferriss Explains Why Everyone Should Try Meditating

Tim Ferriss, the author of “The 4-Hour Workweek” and “Tribe of Mentors,” used to be skeptical of and completely avoid meditation. Now he’s a firm believer in it. The following is a transcript of the video.

Tim Ferris: My name is Tim Ferriss, angel investor and author of books including “The 4-Hour Workweek” and the latest, “Tribe of Mentors.” So, meditation has a branding problem. Yeah … a lot of people would think of yoga instructors playing didgeridoos, swinging dream-catchers over their heads, and they wouldn’t be entirely wrong in a lot of cases. So, I steered away from it for a very, very long time. It just seemed like something good for perhaps other people, but not for me. Not for a really driven, type A, competitive personality.

So meditation, or mindfulness practice, it’s really about, to me, decreasing emotional reactivity so you can proactively create your day and create your life; versus, just being a walking reflex that sometimes screws up.

In other words you’re sitting on your couch watching the sensations in your body, in such a way that you’re observing your body and your mind’s reaction. So, perhaps over time, rather than flying off the handle and getting angry at someone for a, b, and c infraction … there’s that little moment between what they do and your response and you’re able to “Oh … I see myself getting tight in the chest. I’m about to get angry. Let me pause. And then give a more rational reaction.” Where you actually get the result you want, instead of the conflict that might be very gratifying for a second then creates a whole host of other issues for yourself.

And for those people who are wondering where to start … there are many ways to start. But I really think the simplest place is an app called “Headspace.” Just do the “10 and 10,” that’s 10 minutes for 10 days straight. Give that a go. And it’ll give you at least a taste of what it can do.

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