Bros let the cameras in

(9 Nov 2018) There’s tears and tantrums, in new documentary ‘Bros: After the Screaming Stops,’ Matt and Luke Goss let the cameras follow them during the lead up to Bros reunion shows at London’s o2. (Nov. 10)

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Outer Mass – White Lies

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Buy ‘White Lies’: http://smarturl.it/KingWhiteLies

Terra Firma is a new Drum & Bass label based in York (UK) specializing in a deep, organic, old school styles. Owners Rous and Horton have teamed up to curate a label presenting their passion for Drum & Bass.

Terra Firma kicks off its first release with King / White Lies, the debut double-sided single from Australia’s newest Drum & Bass act, Outer Mass. Based in Perth, Sam & Matt have already risen through the ranks of the electronic music community with their own projects. Now wishing to take things further the duo teamed up to create their first single. Their ready to take it to the next level!

Outer Mass:

https://facebook.com/outermassmusic

Terra Firma:
https://facebook.com/terrafirmasound

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CoreSyntax – Evasion

New talent incoming !

Buy it here : http://store.metafiziq.org/album/octagon-ep

Coresyntax is Michael Gil, Adrian Wisniewski and Matt Egerton.

Michael and Adraian both come from Zielona Gora in Poland and moved to the UK, where Michael met Matt working as sound engineers and they immediately clicked. All 3 were producing individually. Michael had releases as Substacja, Matt as Kyne and both had worked on collaborations as early as 2007. Adrian plays bass guitar and has worked on experimental electronica in the past.

Matt is a co founder of ‘Trauma Sound System’, which has been supplying the UK underground rave scene with hard and complex DnB, Hardcore, Jungle and Dubstep for many years.

The 3 formed Coresyntax in 2010 and have previous releases on Betamorph, Mutism, Ring Mode, LW Recordings and Trauma’s own label, Trauma Recordings.

Always learning and working hard on their production, 2013 looks set to be a promising year for the trio.


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Introducing Other Echoes

Buy Other Echoes EP – http://bit.ly/OtherEchoes
We caught up with Other Echoes in his home town of Cambridge..
Filmed by Andrew Attah, Edited by Leo Pepperrell (leo.pepperrell@myport.ac.uk)

Introducing Other Echoes – Seven electronic tracks of the highest
quality, keeping up the Hospital Records tradition of forward
thinking, melodic, bass heavy music, but this time with a slower
tempo.

The honour of being the first exclusively non-drum+bass signing for
Hospital for nearly 9 years goes to up and coming producer Nick
Gresham. Making his debut with a highly accomplished self-titled EP,
Other Echoes brings us seven electronic tracks which successfully
blend broken beat, future garage and dubstep.

“Juice Bumps” has already received upfront support from Skream & Benga
on their Radio One show, and kicks off the EP with a vocal stab master
class sitting on top of an awesome synth and bass work out which
develops throughout the track. This, along with “Got The Music” and
“Asteroid” — the closing cut, (featuring Logistics) — represent the
more steppy, dancefloor angles of the EP.

“Further” contrasts brass and afro rhythms with deep chord
progressions to give you a sound to shake dancefloors everywhere from
Croydon to Cape Town. Two ambitious vocal offerings can be found in
“You’ll Be My Medicine” (with vocals from Alice Smith) and “Free
Running” the latter bringing a more reflective sound to proceedings
with vocalist Julian Huggins. All this is topped off by the sleeping
dubstep giant that is “Sunburn”.

Oh and Gresham? Where have you heard that before? Nick is the latest
member of this talented family including brother Dan (Nu:Tone) and
Matt (Logistics) to join the Hospital family. A stellar opening EP
from an artist we expect you will be hearing plenty more from in the
future.

http://otherecho.es
Like – http://www.facebook.com/otherechoes
Twitter – https://twitter.com/OtherEcho

Other Echoes
Other Echoes EP
Hospital Records
NHS225

Release date: 3rd December 2012

Juice Bumps
You’ll Be My Medicine (Feat Alice Smith)
Got The Music
Further
Sunburn
Free Running (Feat Julian Huggins)
Asteroid (Feat Logistics)

Other Echoes – Asteroid (feat Logistics)

Hospital Shop https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/other-echoes/nhs225-other-echoes
iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/nl/album/other-echoes/id576341907?uo=4&at=11l9mP

Introducing Other Echoes – Seven electronic tracks of the highest
quality, keeping up the Hospital Records tradition of forward
thinking, melodic, bass heavy music, but this time with a slower
tempo.

The honour of being the first exclusively non-drum+bass signing for
Hospital for nearly 9 years goes to up and coming producer Nick
Gresham. Making his debut with a highly accomplished self-titled EP,
Other Echoes brings us seven electronic tracks which successfully
blend broken beat, future garage and dubstep.

“Juice Bumps” has already received upfront support from Skream & Benga
on their Radio One show, and kicks off the EP with a vocal stab master
class sitting on top of an awesome synth and bass work out which
develops throughout the track. This, along with “Got The Music” and
“Asteroid” — the closing cut, (featuring Logistics) — represent the
more steppy, dancefloor angles of the EP.

“Further” contrasts brass and afro rhythms with deep chord
progressions to give you a sound to shake dancefloors everywhere from
Croydon to Cape Town. Two ambitious vocal offerings can be found in
“You’ll Be My Medicine” (with vocals from Alice Smith) and “Free
Running” the latter bringing a more reflective sound to proceedings
with vocalist Julian Huggins. All this is topped off by the sleeping
dubstep giant that is “Sunburn”.

Oh and Gresham? Where have you heard that before? Nick is the latest
member of this talented family including brother Dan (Nu:Tone) and
Matt (Logistics) to join the Hospital family. A stellar opening EP
from an artist we expect you will be hearing plenty more from in the
future.

http://otherecho.es
Like – http://www.facebook.com/otherechoes
Twitter – https://twitter.com/OtherEcho

Other Echoes
Other Echoes EP
Hospital Records
NHS225

Release date: 3rd December 2012

Juice Bumps
You’ll Be My Medicine (Feat Alice Smith)
Got The Music
Further
Sunburn
Free Running (Feat Julian Huggins)
Asteroid (Feat Logistics)

Other Echoes – Free Running (feat Julian Huggins) OFFICIAL VIDEO

Hospital Shop – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/other-echoes/nhs225-other-echoes
iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/other-echoes/id576341907?app=itunes

Other Echoes – Free Running (Feat. Julian Huggins) Official Video

Directed, Filmed & Edited by Visive Productions – http://www.visiveproductions.com/
Edit Coordinator: Nezih Savaşkan – http://www.redhavoc.co.uk/

Introducing Other Echoes – Seven electronic tracks of the highest
quality, keeping up the Hospital Records tradition of forward
thinking, melodic, bass heavy music, but this time with a slower
tempo.

The honour of being the first exclusively non-drum+bass signing for
Hospital for nearly 9 years goes to up and coming producer Nick
Gresham. Making his debut with a highly accomplished self-titled EP,
Other Echoes brings us seven electronic tracks which successfully
blend broken beat, future garage and dubstep.

“Juice Bumps” has already received upfront support from Skream & Benga
on their Radio One show, and kicks off the EP with a vocal stab master
class sitting on top of an awesome synth and bass work out which
develops throughout the track. This, along with “Got The Music” and
“Asteroid” — the closing cut, (featuring Logistics) — represent the
more steppy, dancefloor angles of the EP.

“Further” contrasts brass and afro rhythms with deep chord
progressions to give you a sound to shake dancefloors everywhere from
Croydon to Cape Town. Two ambitious vocal offerings can be found in
“You’ll Be My Medicine” (with vocals from Alice Smith) and “Free
Running” the latter bringing a more reflective sound to proceedings
with vocalist Julian Huggins. All this is topped off by the sleeping
dubstep giant that is “Sunburn”.

Oh and Gresham? Where have you heard that before? Nick is the latest
member of this talented family including brother Dan (Nu:Tone) and
Matt (Logistics) to join the Hospital family. A stellar opening EP
from an artist we expect you will be hearing plenty more from in the
future.

http://otherecho.es
Like – http://www.facebook.com/otherechoes
Twitter – https://twitter.com/OtherEcho

Other Echoes
Other Echoes EP
Hospital Records
NHS225

Release date: 3rd December 2012

Juice Bumps
You’ll Be My Medicine (Feat Alice Smith)
Got The Music
Further
Sunburn
Free Running (Feat Julian Huggins)
Asteroid (Feat Logistics)

Other Echoes – Sunburn

Buy Other Echoes EP – http://bit.ly/OtherEchoes

Introducing Other Echoes – Seven electronic tracks of the highest
quality, keeping up the Hospital Records tradition of forward
thinking, melodic, bass heavy music, but this time with a slower
tempo.

The honour of being the first exclusively non-drum+bass signing for
Hospital for nearly 9 years goes to up and coming producer Nick
Gresham. Making his debut with a highly accomplished self-titled EP,
Other Echoes brings us seven electronic tracks which successfully
blend broken beat, future garage and dubstep.

“Juice Bumps” has already received upfront support from Skream & Benga
on their Radio One show, and kicks off the EP with a vocal stab master
class sitting on top of an awesome synth and bass work out which
develops throughout the track. This, along with “Got The Music” and
“Asteroid” — the closing cut, (featuring Logistics) — represent the
more steppy, dancefloor angles of the EP.

“Further” contrasts brass and afro rhythms with deep chord
progressions to give you a sound to shake dancefloors everywhere from
Croydon to Cape Town. Two ambitious vocal offerings can be found in
“You’ll Be My Medicine” (with vocals from Alice Smith) and “Free
Running” the latter bringing a more reflective sound to proceedings
with vocalist Julian Huggins. All this is topped off by the sleeping
dubstep giant that is “Sunburn”.

Oh and Gresham? Where have you heard that before? Nick is the latest
member of this talented family including brother Dan (Nu:Tone) and
Matt (Logistics) to join the Hospital family. A stellar opening EP
from an artist we expect you will be hearing plenty more from in the
future.

http://otherecho.es
Like – http://www.facebook.com/otherechoes
Twitter – https://twitter.com/OtherEcho

Other Echoes
Other Echoes EP
Hospital Records
NHS225

Release date: 3rd December 2012

Juice Bumps
You’ll Be My Medicine (Feat Alice Smith)
Got The Music
Further
Sunburn
Free Running (Feat Julian Huggins)
Asteroid (Feat Logistics)

Other Echoes – Further

Hospital Shop – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/other-echoes/nhs225-other-echoes
iTunes – http://bit.ly/OtherEchoes?uo=4&at=11l9mP

Introducing Other Echoes – Seven electronic tracks of the highest
quality, keeping up the Hospital Records tradition of forward
thinking, melodic, bass heavy music, but this time with a slower
tempo.

The honour of being the first exclusively non-drum+bass signing for
Hospital for nearly 9 years goes to up and coming producer Nick
Gresham. Making his debut with a highly accomplished self-titled EP,
Other Echoes brings us seven electronic tracks which successfully
blend broken beat, future garage and dubstep.

“Juice Bumps” has already received upfront support from Skream & Benga
on their Radio One show, and kicks off the EP with a vocal stab master
class sitting on top of an awesome synth and bass work out which
develops throughout the track. This, along with “Got The Music” and
“Asteroid” — the closing cut, (featuring Logistics) — represent the
more steppy, dancefloor angles of the EP.

“Further” contrasts brass and afro rhythms with deep chord
progressions to give you a sound to shake dancefloors everywhere from
Croydon to Cape Town. Two ambitious vocal offerings can be found in
“You’ll Be My Medicine” (with vocals from Alice Smith) and “Free
Running” the latter bringing a more reflective sound to proceedings
with vocalist Julian Huggins. All this is topped off by the sleeping
dubstep giant that is “Sunburn”.

Oh and Gresham? Where have you heard that before? Nick is the latest
member of this talented family including brother Dan (Nu:Tone) and
Matt (Logistics) to join the Hospital family. A stellar opening EP
from an artist we expect you will be hearing plenty more from in the
future.

http://otherecho.es
Like – http://www.facebook.com/otherechoes
Twitter – https://twitter.com/OtherEcho

Other Echoes
Other Echoes EP
Hospital Records
NHS225

Release date: 3rd December 2012

Juice Bumps
You’ll Be My Medicine (Feat Alice Smith)
Got The Music
Further
Sunburn
Free Running (Feat Julian Huggins)
Asteroid (Feat Logistics)

Other Echoes – You’ll Be My Medicine (Feat. Alice Smith)

Buy Other Echoes EP – http://bit.ly/OtherEchoes

Introducing Other Echoes – Seven electronic tracks of the highest
quality, keeping up the Hospital Records tradition of forward
thinking, melodic, bass heavy music, but this time with a slower
tempo.

The honour of being the first exclusively non-drum+bass signing for
Hospital for nearly 9 years goes to up and coming producer Nick
Gresham. Making his debut with a highly accomplished self-titled EP,
Other Echoes brings us seven electronic tracks which successfully
blend broken beat, future garage and dubstep.

“Juice Bumps” has already received upfront support from Skream & Benga
on their Radio One show, and kicks off the EP with a vocal stab master
class sitting on top of an awesome synth and bass work out which
develops throughout the track. This, along with “Got The Music” and
“Asteroid” — the closing cut, (featuring Logistics) — represent the
more steppy, dancefloor angles of the EP.

“Further” contrasts brass and afro rhythms with deep chord
progressions to give you a sound to shake dancefloors everywhere from
Croydon to Cape Town. Two ambitious vocal offerings can be found in
“You’ll Be My Medicine” (with vocals from Alice Smith) and “Free
Running” the latter bringing a more reflective sound to proceedings
with vocalist Julian Huggins. All this is topped off by the sleeping
dubstep giant that is “Sunburn”.

Oh and Gresham? Where have you heard that before? Nick is the latest
member of this talented family including brother Dan (Nu:Tone) and
Matt (Logistics) to join the Hospital family. A stellar opening EP
from an artist we expect you will be hearing plenty more from in the
future.

http://otherecho.es
Like – http://www.facebook.com/otherechoes
Twitter – https://twitter.com/OtherEcho

Other Echoes
Other Echoes EP
Hospital Records
NHS225

Release date: 3rd December 2012

Juice Bumps
You’ll Be My Medicine (Feat Alice Smith)
Got The Music
Further
Sunburn
Free Running (Feat Julian Huggins)
Asteroid (Feat Logistics)

Logistics – We Are One – Zed Bias Remix

Out Now – Vinyl – http://shop.hospitalrecords.com/product/NHS205/
Digital – http://itunes.apple.com/gb/preorder/we-are-one-ep/id501681911

Logistics, the ever-ready and much-respected purveyor of the finest jungle flavoured rollers, brings us some superb new material in the run up to his fourth artist album, which will hit the shelves in April 2012.

We Are One was debuted as a world exclusive on Baileys Radio 1Xtra Drum + Bass Show during the Hospital Records takeover in January.

Injecting the original with more rustic flavour Zed Bias contributes
to the mid-tempo mayhem, adding his own brand of twisted funk. The
bassline takes centre stage, the man behind Maddslinky and Phuturistix
proves he’s still the remix don.

Logistics, the ever-ready and much-respected purveyor of the finest
jungle flavours, drops this superb new single in the run up to his
fourth artist album, which will hit the shelves in April 2012.

A homage to the tape-packs Matt grew up listening too “We Are One”
harks back to a simpler age of UK dance music! Trainspotters and genre
snobs may argue over how to catagorise it, but the tune does the
talking – with a stripped down think break, thumping B-line and
hypnotic looped vocal.
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