Nu:Tone – Back 2 U

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

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Billon – Special (feat. Maxine Ashley) (Nu:Tone VIP Remix)

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

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

The Hospital Records Christmas Podcast 2014

Here it is: The Hospital Christmas Podcast! Pour an eggnog (or a Tatra Tea), sit back and enjoy! Happy Christmas from Tony and everyone at Hospital Records!

Tracklist:

Deadmau5 “Avaritia” (Dimension bootleg)
Gorgon City “Ready For Your Love” (Etherwood remix)
Zinc “Show Me” (Calibre remix)
Keeno “Break The Silence”
Royalston “Kronos”
Noisia & Prolix “Asteroids”
Rockwell “IneedU
Ulterior Motive “Tape Pack”
Tokyo Prose “Kidman”
Nu:Tone “Back 2 U”
Urbandawn “Words To Say”
Krakota “Xylo”
Bop “Spiral”
Technimatic “Perseverance”
Fred V & Grafix “Major Happy” (Frederic Robinson remix)
S.P.Y “Perth Sunset”
Lana Del Rey “West Coast” (Camo & Krooked remix)
Dub Phizix “Buffalo”
S.P.Y “Dusty Fingers” (feat. Diane Charlemagne)
Logistics “As Sure As Sunrise” (feat, Hugh Hardie)
Nu:Tone “Tides” (feat. Lea Lea)

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Nu:Tone – Cannibals (feat. Dynamite MC) [Full]

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

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

Nu:Tone – Lightning [Full]

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

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

Nu:Tone – Change [Full]

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

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

Nu:Tone – Say That You’ll [Full]

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

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

Nu:Tone – Roundabout [Full]

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

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

Nu:Tone – Metaphor 6000 (feat. Kool Keith) [Full]

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

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

Nu:Tone – Holocomm

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

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https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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Nu:Tone – Bay of Islands (feat. Logistics)

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

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

Nu:Tone – Deep Inside

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

Follow Hospital Records:

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https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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Nu:Tone – Oneroa [Full Version]

iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory
Google Play: http://hospi.tl/20futurehistory

Join the album launch of Nu:Tone’s forthcoming album Future History in London on 28.11.2014 http://hospi.tl/nutonelondon or Cambridge on 13.11.2014 http://hospi.tl/nutonecambridge

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone

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https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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Nu:Tone – Back 2 U [preview]

Pre-Order Now:
iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory
Google Play: http://hospi.tl/20futurehistory

Join the album launch of Nu:Tone’s forthcoming album Future History in London on 28.11.2014 http://hospi.tl/nutonelondon or Cambridge on 13.11.2014 http://hospi.tl/nutonecambridge.

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone

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https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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

Hospital Podcast 244 with London Elektricity

London Elektricity returns with a brand new, vinyl only edition of the Hospital Records podcast. Expect the latest dubs from the likes of Nu:Tone, Lynx, Marcus Intalex, Calibre and Anile, as well as a handful of timeless classics…

Tracklist:

Nu:Tone ‘Til Dawn’
Chroma ‘Always Be There’
Logistics ‘Colour Wheel’
Nu:Tone ‘Say That You’ll”
Anile ‘Redirection’
DKay ‘Babylon’
Lynx ‘Where are you?’
Vromm ‘El sol’
Etherwood ‘Disposition’ (alt. version)
DJ Detweiler
Digital ‘Red Tape’
John B ‘Robot Lover’ (Logistics remix)
High Contrast ‘Somethings Never Change’
Concord Dawn ‘You don’t have to run’
Villem ‘Another Star’
BCee ‘Beyond Relief’ (Technimatic remix)
Logistics ‘Wanderlust’
Logistics ‘City Life’
Nu:Tone ‘Tides’ feat. Lea Lea
Marcus Intalex & Calibre ‘Somethin’ Heavy’
Anile ‘Losing My Mind’
Thunderbirds Are Go!

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Hospitality: London 2015

Tickets: http://hospi.tl/hbuildingsix4
Facebook Event: http://hospi.tl/hospitalityb6

We are extremely pleased to announce our first two London shows of 2015. We will be returning to the iconic Building Six in the 02 Arena for a year long residency!

Tickets will sell out well in advance so don’t sleep!!

Music: Nu:Tone – Tides (feat. Lea Lea) – http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory

Video edited by James Millington:

jm.ukproductions1@gmail.com

Video material supplied by Nezih Savaşkan – http://www.videosoul.co.uk/

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Billon – Special (feat. Maxine Ashley) (Nu:Tone VIP Remix) [preview]

Pre-Order Now:
iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory
Google Play: http://hospi.tl/20futurehistory

Billon:
Single: http://po.st/iSpecial
Remixes: http://po.st/SpecialRmxs

Join the album launch of Nu:Tone’s forthcoming album Future History in London on 28.11.2014 http://hospi.tl/nutonelondon or Cambridge on 13.11.2014 http://hospi.tl/nutonecambridge

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

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Nu:Tone – Lightning [preview]

Buy Future History Now:
iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory
Google Play: http://hospi.tl/20futurehistory

Join the album launch of Nu:Tone’s forthcoming album Future History in London on 28.11.2014 http://hospi.tl/nutonelondon or Cambridge on 13.11.2014 http://hospi.tl/nutonecambridge

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone

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Nu:Tone – Tides (Ft. Lea Lea)

Tides is taken from ‘Future History’ – Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Featuring soft keys on the intro, the tune takes full shape with a relaxing bassline toped with deep vocals from Lea Lea. Released on Hospital Records 10th November!
Support on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/28futurehistory
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Nu:Tone – Change [preview]

Pre-Order Now:
iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory
Google Play: http://hospi.tl/20futurehistory

Join the album launch of Nu:Tone’s forthcoming album Future History in London on 28.11.2014 http://hospi.tl/nutonelondon or Cambridge on 13.11.2014 http://hospi.tl/nutonecambridge.

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone

Follow Hospital Records:

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

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

Nu:Tone – Metaphor 6000 (feat. Kool Keith) [Preview]

Pre-Order Now:
iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone

Follow Hospital Records:

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

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

Other Echoes – Never Know feat Lea Lea

Download iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/run-and-hide-ep/id674053287
Hospital – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/other-echoes/nhs238-run-and-hide

Having released his self-titled debut EP on Hospital late last year, Other Echoes returns to airwaves, headphones and dancefloors once again in summer 2013 with the “Run And Hide” EP.

This next venture sees Nick Gresham expertly traverse the genre boundaries, joining the dots between broken beat, future garage, deep house and shimmering electronica to form an accessible and cohesive whole that will be appreciated by music fans from across the board.

http://otherecho.es

Other Echoes – Run and Hide feat. Lea Lea

Hospital Shop – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/other-echoes/nhs238-run-and-hide
iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/run-and-hide-ep/id674053287?uo=4&at=11l9mP

Having released his self-titled debut EP on Hospital late last year, Other Echoes returns to airwaves, headphones and dancefloors once again in summer 2013 with the “Run And Hide” EP.

This next venture sees Nick Gresham expertly traverse the genre boundaries, joining the dots between broken beat, future garage, deep house and shimmering electronica to form an accessible and cohesive whole that will be appreciated by music fans from across the board.

http://otherecho.es
https://www.hospitalrecords.com/