Greazus & Sinistarr – Bone Deep

Buy Here: https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/FSOAyb

As Hospital Record’s hits its 20th year it’s time to revive ‘The Future Sound of’ series!

With drum & bass standing strong as an internationally celebrated genre and the Hospitality USA tours becoming an annual success, the Purple Gates have been flooded with music from LA to Seattle, Atlanta to Arizona and it’s not just the location that’s stretched; the diversity of sound reaches far in every direction. In ‘The Future Sound of America’ get to know the talented team of producers that are waving the D+B flag high and accelerating the sounds of the US underground.

The youngest of the bunch, rising D+B star Ownglow brings high energy to the table in ‘Not Like Me’. Most definitely one to watch Ownglow’s already nabbed ‘Best New Producer’ at the 2015 Bass Music Awards after popular releases on UKF founder Luke Hood’s Pilot Records.

Seattle saviours Quadrant, Kid Hops and Iris were brought to our attention back in 2013 with the dark and mysterious ‘Hovercraft’. This time they’re soothing us with their softer side in ‘Get It Back’ with luscious chords and vocal glimmers from Shaprece. Gridlok and Jamal run quality string sections with rumbling bass in ‘Tomorrow’s Never Promised’. Greazus and Sinistarr have teamed up to deliver the minimal, crisp cut ups of ‘Bone Deep’ while Submorphics has the ability to create another seriously smooth roller with ‘Maybe It’s Time’.

Arising from the hardcore-punk culture, Evol Intent are hitting with serious dancefloor impact, heavy turns and high-end production. They’ve proven themselves as one of USA’s most exciting exports over the past five years; growing their own label to continue pushing contemporary drum & bass around the world.

Since its humble beginnings in Cambridge ‘The Future Sound of’ series has unearthed D+B talent across the globe reaching the vibrant city life of Budapest and Tokyo and even exploring the thriving Russian scene.

Submorphics – Maybe It’s Time (feat. Adrienne Richards)

Buy Here: https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/FSOAyb

As Hospital Record’s hits its 20th year it’s time to revive ‘The Future Sound of’ series!

With drum & bass standing strong as an internationally celebrated genre and the Hospitality USA tours becoming an annual success, the Purple Gates have been flooded with music from LA to Seattle, Atlanta to Arizona and it’s not just the location that’s stretched; the diversity of sound reaches far in every direction. In ‘The Future Sound of America’ get to know the talented team of producers that are waving the D+B flag high and accelerating the sounds of the US underground.

The youngest of the bunch, rising D+B star Ownglow brings high energy to the table in ‘Not Like Me’. Most definitely one to watch Ownglow’s already nabbed ‘Best New Producer’ at the 2015 Bass Music Awards after popular releases on UKF founder Luke Hood’s Pilot Records.

Seattle saviours Quadrant, Kid Hops and Iris were brought to our attention back in 2013 with the dark and mysterious ‘Hovercraft’. This time they’re soothing us with their softer side in ‘Get It Back’ with luscious chords and vocal glimmers from Shaprece. Gridlok and Jamal run quality string sections with rumbling bass in ‘Tomorrow’s Never Promised’. Greazus and Sinistarr have teamed up to deliver the minimal, crisp cut ups of ‘Bone Deep’ while Submorphics has the ability to create another seriously smooth roller with ‘Maybe It’s Time’.

Arising from the hardcore-punk culture, Evol Intent are hitting with serious dancefloor impact, heavy turns and high-end production. They’ve proven themselves as one of USA’s most exciting exports over the past five years; growing their own label to continue pushing contemporary drum & bass around the world.

Since its humble beginnings in Cambridge ‘The Future Sound of’ series has unearthed D+B talent across the globe reaching the vibrant city life of Budapest and Tokyo and even exploring the thriving Russian scene.

Evol Intent – Getting High At Low Tide

Buy Here: https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/FSOAyb

As Hospital Record’s hits its 20th year it’s time to revive ‘The Future Sound of’ series!

With drum & bass standing strong as an internationally celebrated genre and the Hospitality USA tours becoming an annual success, the Purple Gates have been flooded with music from LA to Seattle, Atlanta to Arizona and it’s not just the location that’s stretched; the diversity of sound reaches far in every direction. In ‘The Future Sound of America’ get to know the talented team of producers that are waving the D+B flag high and accelerating the sounds of the US underground.

The youngest of the bunch, rising D+B star Ownglow brings high energy to the table in ‘Not Like Me’. Most definitely one to watch Ownglow’s already nabbed ‘Best New Producer’ at the 2015 Bass Music Awards after popular releases on UKF founder Luke Hood’s Pilot Records.

Seattle saviours Quadrant, Kid Hops and Iris were brought to our attention back in 2013 with the dark and mysterious ‘Hovercraft’. This time they’re soothing us with their softer side in ‘Get It Back’ with luscious chords and vocal glimmers from Shaprece. Gridlok and Jamal run quality string sections with rumbling bass in ‘Tomorrow’s Never Promised’. Greazus and Sinistarr have teamed up to deliver the minimal, crisp cut ups of ‘Bone Deep’ while Submorphics has the ability to create another seriously smooth roller with ‘Maybe It’s Time’.

Arising from the hardcore-punk culture, Evol Intent are hitting with serious dancefloor impact, heavy turns and high-end production. They’ve proven themselves as one of USA’s most exciting exports over the past five years; growing their own label to continue pushing contemporary drum & bass around the world.

Since its humble beginnings in Cambridge ‘The Future Sound of’ series has unearthed D+B talent across the globe reaching the vibrant city life of Budapest and Tokyo and even exploring the thriving Russian scene.

Quadrant, Kid Hops & Iris – Get It back

Buy Here: https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/FSOAyb

As Hospital Record’s hits its 20th year it’s time to revive ‘The Future Sound of’ series!

With drum & bass standing strong as an internationally celebrated genre and the Hospitality USA tours becoming an annual success, the Purple Gates have been flooded with music from LA to Seattle, Atlanta to Arizona and it’s not just the location that’s stretched; the diversity of sound reaches far in every direction. In ‘The Future Sound of America’ get to know the talented team of producers that are waving the D+B flag high and accelerating the sounds of the US underground.

The youngest of the bunch, rising D+B star Ownglow brings high energy to the table in ‘Not Like Me’. Most definitely one to watch Ownglow’s already nabbed ‘Best New Producer’ at the 2015 Bass Music Awards after popular releases on UKF founder Luke Hood’s Pilot Records.

Seattle saviours Quadrant, Kid Hops and Iris were brought to our attention back in 2013 with the dark and mysterious ‘Hovercraft’. This time they’re soothing us with their softer side in ‘Get It Back’ with luscious chords and vocal glimmers from Shaprece. Gridlok and Jamal run quality string sections with rumbling bass in ‘Tomorrow’s Never Promised’. Greazus and Sinistarr have teamed up to deliver the minimal, crisp cut ups of ‘Bone Deep’ while Submorphics has the ability to create another seriously smooth roller with ‘Maybe It’s Time’.

Arising from the hardcore-punk culture, Evol Intent are hitting with serious dancefloor impact, heavy turns and high-end production. They’ve proven themselves as one of USA’s most exciting exports over the past five years; growing their own label to continue pushing contemporary drum & bass around the world.

Since its humble beginnings in Cambridge ‘The Future Sound of’ series has unearthed D+B talent across the globe reaching the vibrant city life of Budapest and Tokyo and even exploring the thriving Russian scene.

Gridlok & Jamal – Tomorrow Never Promised

Buy Here: https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/FSOAyb

As Hospital Record’s hits its 20th year it’s time to revive ‘The Future Sound of’ series!

With drum & bass standing strong as an internationally celebrated genre and the Hospitality USA tours becoming an annual success, the Purple Gates have been flooded with music from LA to Seattle, Atlanta to Arizona and it’s not just the location that’s stretched; the diversity of sound reaches far in every direction. In ‘The Future Sound of America’ get to know the talented team of producers that are waving the D+B flag high and accelerating the sounds of the US underground.

The youngest of the bunch, rising D+B star Ownglow brings high energy to the table in ‘Not Like Me’. Most definitely one to watch Ownglow’s already nabbed ‘Best New Producer’ at the 2015 Bass Music Awards after popular releases on UKF founder Luke Hood’s Pilot Records.

Seattle saviours Quadrant, Kid Hops and Iris were brought to our attention back in 2013 with the dark and mysterious ‘Hovercraft’. This time they’re soothing us with their softer side in ‘Get It Back’ with luscious chords and vocal glimmers from Shaprece. Gridlok and Jamal run quality string sections with rumbling bass in ‘Tomorrow’s Never Promised’. Greazus and Sinistarr have teamed up to deliver the minimal, crisp cut ups of ‘Bone Deep’ while Submorphics has the ability to create another seriously smooth roller with ‘Maybe It’s Time’.

Arising from the hardcore-punk culture, Evol Intent are hitting with serious dancefloor impact, heavy turns and high-end production. They’ve proven themselves as one of USA’s most exciting exports over the past five years; growing their own label to continue pushing contemporary drum & bass around the world.

Since its humble beginnings in Cambridge ‘The Future Sound of’ series has unearthed D+B talent across the globe reaching the vibrant city life of Budapest and Tokyo and even exploring the thriving Russian scene.

Noisia Radio S02E10

With special guest Posij introducing his new single in the intro, more exclusive music, and sauce related questions! #noisiaradio

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Posij – Not Normal [MTA]
Quadrant, Kid Hops, Iris – Seasick [COMMERCIAL SUICIDE]
Holly & Hounds – Heckler [SOUNDCLOUD]
Current Value – Enticement [INVISIBLE]
Optiv & BTK – Over The Edge (Agressor Bunx Remix) [DUTTY AUDIO]
Tails. – 100hammers [SOUNDCLOUD]
Kije – Stare Into The Sun [MINDTECH LTD]
Noisia & Ivy Lab – Possession [DIVISION]
Leaf Beach & Mndbd – UNTITLED [SOUNDCLOUD]
Spectrasoul – 4Urgh [ISH CHAT]
Autumn Keys – Pretending You Care [SOUNDCLOUD]
Question Time!
Subtle Element – Run [SOUNDCLOUD]
Ulterior Motive – Radian [SHOGUN]
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Illformants – Simex [SUBTITLES]
Tek.Lun – Jabbewjaw Jungle [SOUNDCLOUD]
Enei – Just One Look ft. Charlie Brix (Signal Remix) [CRITICAL]
Bad Company – Equilibrium [SOUNDCLOUD]
Think Twice – The Syndicate (Part 1) [SOUNDCLOUD]
Rival Consoles – Howl [ERASED TAPES]

Ownglow – Not Like Me

Hospital Records presents “The Future Sound of America” featuring some of the best D&B producers USA has to offer, with Ownglow, Evol Intent, Gridlok and more!
Out now, support: https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/FSOAUU

As Hospital Record’s hits its 20th year it’s time to revive ‘The Future Sound of’ series!

With drum & bass standing strong as an internationally celebrated genre and the Hospitality USA tours becoming an annual success, the Purple Gates have been flooded with music from LA to Seattle, Atlanta to Arizona and it’s not just the location that’s stretched; the diversity of sound reaches far in every direction. In ‘The Future Sound of America’ get to know the talented team of producers that are waving the D+B flag high and accelerating the sounds of the US underground.

The youngest of the bunch, rising D+B star Ownglow brings high energy to the table in ‘Not Like Me’. Most definitely one to watch Ownglow’s already nabbed ‘Best New Producer’ at the 2015 Bass Music Awards after popular releases on UKF founder Luke Hood’s Pilot Records.

Seattle saviours Quadrant, Kid Hops and Iris were brought to our attention back in 2013 with the dark and mysterious ‘Hovercraft’. This time they’re soothing us with their softer side in ‘Get It Back’ with luscious chords and vocal glimmers from Shaprece. Gridlok and Jamal run quality string sections with rumbling bass in ‘Tomorrow’s Never Promised’. Greazus and Sinistarr have teamed up to deliver the minimal, crisp cut ups of ‘Bone Deep’ while Submorphics has the ability to create another seriously smooth roller with ‘Maybe It’s Time’.

Arising from the hardcore-punk culture, Evol Intent are hitting with serious dancefloor impact, heavy turns and high-end production. They’ve proven themselves as one of USA’s most exciting exports over the past five years; growing their own label to continue pushing contemporary drum & bass around the world.

Since its humble beginnings in Cambridge ‘The Future Sound of’ series has unearthed D+B talent across the globe reaching the vibrant city life of Budapest and Tokyo and even exploring the thriving Russian scene.

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Quadrant & Iris – Dark Star

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Quadrant, Kid Hops and Iris reveal their new album, 206, coming out on Klute’s label Commercial Suicide in October 2015.

Hailing from a small village in the north west of the Unites States called Seattle, Leigh & Karen Caplan – (Quadrant & Iris), made intimate friends with longtime local hero Kyle Hopkins – (Kid Hops) and before long their late night antics became ones of a musical nature.

Quadrant is a long time producer & DJ of D&B with releases on Dispatch, C.I.A., Renegade Hardware, Citrus. His skill set centres around his technical and musical abilities and can program a mean code.

Kid Hops is a long standing Seattle radio & Club DJ respected worldwide with 2 radio shows on Seattle’s KEXP station. He was among the first to bring the D&B sound to the city.
His expertise centres around his deep knowledge of reggae, hip hop, D&B and all dance music culture. He brings the samples, ideas and the knowledge.

Iris is the relative newcomer of the crew but already making waves with her DJing & production skills.
She brings the funk, soul and beauty along side a healthy dose of dirty nasty riffage.

Follow Quadrant, Kid Hops & Iris:
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Quadrant, Kid Hops, Iris – Seasick

Buy: http://btprt.dj/1NnosmZ

Quadrant, Kid Hops and Iris reveal their new album, 206, coming out on Klute’s label Commercial Suicide in October 2015.

Hailing from a small village in the north west of the Unites States called Seattle, Leigh & Karen Caplan – (Quadrant & Iris), made intimate friends with longtime local hero Kyle Hopkins – (Kid Hops) and before long their late night antics became ones of a musical nature.

Quadrant is a long time producer & DJ of D&B with releases on Dispatch, C.I.A., Renegade Hardware, Citrus. His skill set centres around his technical and musical abilities and can program a mean code.

Kid Hops is a long standing Seattle radio & Club DJ respected worldwide with 2 radio shows on Seattle’s KEXP station. He was among the first to bring the D&B sound to the city.
His expertise centres around his deep knowledge of reggae, hip hop, D&B and all dance music culture. He brings the samples, ideas and the knowledge.

Iris is the relative newcomer of the crew but already making waves with her DJing & production skills.
She brings the funk, soul and beauty along side a healthy dose of dirty nasty riffage.

Follow Quadrant, Kid Hops & Iris:
https://www.facebook.com/QuadrantDnB
https://www.facebook.com/kidhopsmusic
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Commercial Suicide:
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Quadrant, Kid Hops & Iris – Angular

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All rise for the northwest American trifecta that is husband and wife duo Quadrant & Iris and their playmate Kid Hops. After the success of their first Commercial Suicide single “Spinout” label boss KLUTE asked the guys to commit to a full album and this sampler is your first taste of the forthcoming LP “206”.

“Angular” is funky as hell with tuff bassisms, “Wirecutter” is pounding techstep echoing classic Jonny L and “Eternal September” lightens the load with deliciously melancholic liquid tones featuring vocals from rising starlet Collette Warren.

All 3 tunes have been widely tested and are fully guaranteed to make you look good when you DJ. The full LP “206” is to be released in October. Watch this space.

Follow Quadrant, Kid Hops & Iris:
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