Doctors Orders Launch Party at Boxpark

Buy Doctor’s Orders Hospital Records Beer: http://bit.ly/15oUvwl

Having debuted the Doctor’s Orders beer at Hospitality Brixton on 24th May, we had the official launch at our Boxpark event on Thursday 30th May.

We invited down our friends, family and fans to come and sample the beer and enjoy music from Etherwood, Other Echoes and Chris Goss on the terrace at Boxpark. We also got the guys from Signature Brew who brewed the beer to come down to chat to Sophie Lobl about how it all came about.

https://www.hospitalrecords.com/beer/
http://www.signaturebrew.co.uk/

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
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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)

Martsman – Halow

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

Hospital Sub 150 Minimix

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

We gave Blokhe4d the challenge of mini mixing our Sub 150 album and despite being different to what you may usually hear from a Blokhe4d DJing outing the boys came up with this sick selection, showing you exactly how to deal with the tempo dropped to Sub 150. Enjoy!

Tracklisting…

1. Nu:Tone – Set Me Free
2. Martsman – Halow
3. N3gus – Snakes
4. Other Echoes – Quantum Spectrum featuring Tim Parker
5. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes – Please Answer
6. Mistabishi – White Collar Grime
7. Mistabishi – Printer Jam Barbarix remix
8. Blokhe4d – Zelda
9. Phturistix – Feel it Out ( Daluq Remix)
10. Joe Syntax – Massive Control
11. Randomer – Scapegoat
12. Lung – Accidently On Purpose
13. London Elektricity – Cum Dancing – Dubchild Remix
14. Darqwan – Three Note Blue
15. Lung – This Time You’re Not Wrong
16. Danny Byrd – We Can Have It All – Koan Sound Remix
17. Camo & Krooked – The Lesson – Instrumental
18. CLS – My Lost Paradise (feat. Eveline)
19. Logistics – Bounced
20. Netsky – Can’t Hold On

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

London Elektricity – Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

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Darqwan – Three Note Blue

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

Phuturistix – Feel It Out (Daluq remix)

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

Randomer – Scapegoat

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

Logistics – Bounced

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

http://www.hospitalrecords.com/

Other Echoes – Quantum Spectrum featuring Tim Parker

Out Now – £4.99 iTunes – http://bit.ly/sub150

V/A — ‘Sub 150’
Dubstep, drumstep and the bass between – Released 26.03.2012 on Hospital Records

Ramping the sub-bass up and easing the tempo down, “Sub 150” is the
brand new download compilation from Hospital Records. Expect dubstep,
drumstep and everything in between in this immense 20-track offering
as “Sub 150” delves into the medical records of releases past and
recruits fresh blood for releases future. Known primarily as a
drum+bass label, there have always been a plethora of other genres and
styles on offer on the Hospital, with releases extending deep and wide
into what has become known more recently as “bass music”, from some of
the pioneers of what has become known as “dubstep” (the likes of
Phuturistix and Darqwan), to the more recent alternative offerings
from big guns Netsky, Logistics and Camo & Krooked.

Featuring signed Hospital artists, our extended Med School family,
along with other likeminded names — Blokhe4d, N3gus, Randomer,
Martsman and CLS and newcomers such as Other Echoes (Nu:Tone and
Logistics’s youngest brother no less!) – flavours are varied,
exciting and always unique.

“Sub 150” starts with Blokhe4d’s refined, and yet punishing monster
“Zelda” and takes us on a journey under the 150bpm radar where we
encounter such gems as Darqwan’s “Three Note Blue” which oozes class,
the infamous Barbarix remix of Mistabishi’s – “Printer Jam” and
another Mistabishi classic — “White Collar Grime” — is brought out
from the vaults. Bristol based N3gus steps up with Carasel for the
MC’s first ever recording on the rambunctious, in your face “Snakes”.
The Guardian’s “Band of the week” Submerse brings the classic garage
flavours with his superb “This Time You’re Wrong”, while Other Echoes,
the youngest of the Gresham brothers, makes his debut on Hospital with
spaced out dubstep riddim “Quantum Spectrum (feat. Tim Parker)”.

Proving there’s always been more to Hospital than meets the eye, this
collection of past and present hits plunges below the 150bpm mark.
Prepare to be immersed.

01. Blokhe4d ‘Zelda’
02. Camo & Krooked ‘The Lesson (Instrumental)’
03. Danny Byrd ‘We Can Have It All (KOAN Sound remix)
04. N3gus featuring Carasel ‘Snakes’
05. Mistabishi ‘White Collar Grime’
06. Netsky ‘I Can’t Hold It’
07. CLS featuring Eveline ‘My Lost Paradise’
08. Joe Syntax ‘Massive Control’
09. Mistabishi ‘Printer Jam (Barbarix remix)
10. Nu:Tone ‘Set Me Free’
11. Other Echoes featuring Tim Parker ‘Quantum Spectrum’
12. Logistics ‘Bounced’
13. Submerse ‘This Time You’re Not Wrong’
14. Randomer ‘Scapegoat’
15. Darqwan ‘Three Note Blue’
16. Phuturistix ‘Feel It Out (Daluq remix)’.
17. London Elektricity ‘Cum Dancing (Dubchild remix)
18. Nu:Tone, Logistics & Other Echoes ‘Please Answer’.
19. Lung ‘Accidentally On Purpose’
20. Martsman ‘Halow”

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