Mistabishi – Falling In Love

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As the economic downturn continues Mistabishi drops his awesome debut on Hospital, a label bucking the trend and going from strength to strength. Having written off £24 billion in one quarter in his previous job at one of the worlds banking giants, our very own Nick Leeson has swapped the trading platforms of the city office for sequencing software in the studio, and his suit and tie for a hoody and jeans. Hold on tight now, as we get ready to Drop!

Launching himself onto the dnb scene with the Virus single “Sex & Drugs” and straight onto Hospital with “No Matter What” Mistabishi has been ruffling feathers throughout the drum & bass community with tracks that go against the grain in every way. The found-sounds of “Printer Jam” and “Wipe Your Tears” get the forum nerds nattering, while the reflective melancholy of “The View From Nowhere” and “From Memory” are sure to get noticed. Not afraid to court controversy, Mistabishi is also capable of turning in dancefloor stormers – The ravey Piano-led anthem “No Matter What” which found favour with Jo Whiley at Radio One being a case in point.

This is an album full of characters and voices with stories to tell. There is the unknown soldier who provided the vocal for “Wipe Your Tears” (courtesy of a chance encounter in a West London greasy spoon), a lecture from Gordon Gecko on the benefits of the free market on “Greed” and the depraved sexual deviance of “Damage” – “what’s the safe-word?”.

Arguably the most challenging long player on Hospital in a long time; this devastating debut is sure to have a lasting impact.

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Fred V & Grafix – Clouds Cross Skies (Urbandawn Remix)

iTunes: http://hospi.tl/15unrecognisable
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/6unrecognisable

Fred V & Grafix, together with the help of Hospital’s A&R hit squad have stylishly curated a collection of d+b talent to re-work tracks from their critically acclaimed debut album, which was released earlier this year.

Featuring the Fred V vocalled single ‘Recognise’, as well as the Radio One playlisted ‘Forest Fires (feat Etherwood), the album ‘Recognise’ was nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ at the Independent Music Awards – alongside the likes of London Grammar and The Arctic Monkeys.

Eschewing obvious names in favour of cutting-edge artists who are already shaping the future of the genre. The likes of Etherwood, Keeno, Chords and Fredric Robinson represent a new generation, bringing a fresh injection of musical genius to d+b.

On top of the twelve remixes Fred V & Grafix also present one brand new track in the shape of ‘3-D Glasses’. The first new material from the boys since February, it’s a slice of warping triplet time d+b that mines a the current vogue of classical influenced dance music.

Since the albums release Fred V & Grafix have been touring the globe nonstop, playing gigs and festivals from Glastonbury to LA. Finding time in between gigs to turn in remixes for the likes of MNEK, Second City, Netsky and Hybrid.

Please note video contains flashing images.

Follow Fred V & Grafix:

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Fred V & Grafix – Sick Of All Your Secrets (feat Josie) [Logistics Remix]

iTunes: http://hospi.tl/15unrecognisable
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/6unrecognisable

Fred V & Grafix, together with the help of Hospital’s A&R hit squad have stylishly curated a collection of d+b talent to re-work tracks from their critically acclaimed debut album, which was released earlier this year.

Featuring the Fred V vocalled single ‘Recognise’, as well as the Radio One playlisted ‘Forest Fires (feat Etherwood), the album ‘Recognise’ was nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ at the Independent Music Awards – alongside the likes of London Grammar and The Arctic Monkeys.

Eschewing obvious names in favour of cutting-edge artists who are already shaping the future of the genre. The likes of Etherwood, Keeno, Chords and Fredric Robinson represent a new generation, bringing a fresh injection of musical genius to d+b.

On top of the twelve remixes Fred V & Grafix also present one brand new track in the shape of ‘3-D Glasses’. The first new material from the boys since February, it’s a slice of warping triplet time d+b that mines a the current vogue of classical influenced dance music.

Since the albums release Fred V & Grafix have been touring the globe nonstop, playing gigs and festivals from Glastonbury to LA. Finding time in between gigs to turn in remixes for the likes of MNEK, Second City, Netsky and Hybrid.

Please note video contains flashing images.

Follow Fred V & Grafix:

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Fred V & Grafix – ‘Unrecognisable’

We met up with Fred & Josh to discuss their remix album ‘Unrecognisable’. They talked all things ‘Recognise’, production, travel, albums and what’s coming next….

The album is available here: iTunes: http://hospi.tl/15unrecognisable or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/6unrecognisable

Fred V & Grafix, together with the help of Hospital’s A&R hit squad have stylishly curated a collection of d+b talent to re-work tracks from their critically acclaimed debut album, which was released earlier this year.

Featuring the Fred V vocalled single ‘Recognise’, as well as the Radio One playlisted ‘Forest Fires (feat Etherwood), the album ‘Recognise’ was nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ at the Independent Music Awards – alongside the likes of London Grammar and The Arctic Monkeys.

Eschewing obvious names in favour of cutting-edge artists who are already shaping the future of the genre. The likes of Etherwood, Keeno, Chords and Fredric Robinson represent a new generation, bringing a fresh injection of musical genius to d+b.

On top of the twelve remixes Fred V & Grafix also present one brand new track in the shape of ‘3-D Glasses’. The first new material from the boys since February, it’s a slice of warping triplet time d+b that mines a the current vogue of classical influenced dance music.

Since the albums release Fred V & Grafix have been touring the globe nonstop, playing gigs and festivals from Glastonbury to LA. Finding time in between gigs to turn in remixes for the likes of MNEK, Second City, Netsky and Hybrid.

Follow Fred V & Grafix:

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http://instagram.com/fredvgrafix

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Fred V & Grafix – Mavericks Souls (Dan Dakota Remix) [preview]

iTunes: http://hospi.tl/15unrecognisable
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/6unrecognisable

Fred V & Grafix, together with the help of Hospital’s A&R hit squad have stylishly curated a collection of d+b talent to re-work tracks from their critically acclaimed debut album, which was released earlier this year.

Featuring the Fred V vocalled single ‘Recognise’, as well as the Radio One playlisted ‘Forest Fires (feat Etherwood), the album ‘Recognise’ was nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ at the Independent Music Awards – alongside the likes of London Grammar and The Arctic Monkeys.

Eschewing obvious names in favour of cutting-edge artists who are already shaping the future of the genre. The likes of Etherwood, Keeno, Chords and Fredric Robinson represent a new generation, bringing a fresh injection of musical genius to d+b.

On top of the twelve remixes Fred V & Grafix also present one brand new track in the shape of ‘3-D Glasses’. The first new material from the boys since February, it’s a slice of warping triplet time d+b that mines a the current vogue of classical influenced dance music.

Since the albums release Fred V & Grafix have been touring the globe nonstop, playing gigs and festivals from Glastonbury to LA. Finding time in between gigs to turn in remixes for the likes of MNEK, Second City, Netsky and Hybrid.

Please note video contains flashing images.

Follow Fred V & Grafix:

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http://instagram.com/fredvgrafix

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https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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

Fred V & Grafix – Better Times Are Coming (Feat. Josie) (Keeno Remix) [preview]

Pre-order the album here: iTunes: http://hospi.tl/15unrecognisable
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/6unrecognisable
Google Play: http://hospi.tl/34whereareyou

Fred V & Grafix, together with the help of Hospital’s A&R hit squad have stylishly curated a collection of d+b talent to re-work tracks from their critically acclaimed debut album, which was released earlier this year.

Featuring the Fred V vocalled single ‘Recognise’, as well as the Radio One playlisted ‘Forest Fires (feat Etherwood), the album ‘Recognise’ was nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ at the Independent Music Awards – alongside the likes of London Grammar and The Arctic Monkeys.

Eschewing obvious names in favour of cutting-edge artists who are already shaping the future of the genre. The likes of Etherwood, Keeno, Chords and Fredric Robinson represent a new generation, bringing a fresh injection of musical genius to d+b.

On top of the twelve remixes Fred V & Grafix also present one brand new track in the shape of ‘3-D Glasses’. The first new material from the boys since February, it’s a slice of warping triplet time d+b that mines a the current vogue of classical influenced dance music.

Since the albums release Fred V & Grafix have been touring the globe nonstop, playing gigs and festivals from Glastonbury to LA. Finding time in between gigs to turn in remixes for the likes of MNEK, Second City, Netsky and Hybrid.

Please note video contains flashing images.

Follow Fred V & Grafix:

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http://instagram.com/fredvgrafix

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Fred V & Grafix – Major Happy (Frederic Robinson Remix) [preview]

Pre-order the album here:
iTunes: http://hospi.tl/15unrecognisable
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/6unrecognisable

Fred V & Grafix, together with the help of Hospital’s A&R hit squad have stylishly curated a collection of d+b talent to re-work tracks from their critically acclaimed debut album, which was released earlier this year.

Featuring the Fred V vocalled single ‘Recognise’, as well as the Radio One playlisted ‘Forest Fires (feat Etherwood), the album ‘Recognise’ was nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ at the Independent Music Awards – alongside the likes of London Grammar and The Arctic Monkeys.

Eschewing obvious names in favour of cutting-edge artists who are already shaping the future of the genre. The likes of Etherwood, Keeno, Chords and Fredric Robinson represent a new generation, bringing a fresh injection of musical genius to d+b.

On top of the twelve remixes Fred V & Grafix also present one brand new track in the shape of ‘3-D Glasses’. The first new material from the boys since February, it’s a slice of warping triplet time d+b that mines a the current vogue of classical influenced dance music.

Since the albums release Fred V & Grafix have been touring the globe nonstop, playing gigs and festivals from Glastonbury to LA. Finding time in between gigs to turn in remixes for the likes of MNEK, Second City, Netsky and Hybrid.

Please note video contains flashing images.

Follow Fred V & Grafix:

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http://instagram.com/fredvgrafix

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Fred V & Grafix – Bladerunner (Loko Remix) [preview]

iTunes: http://hospi.tl/15unrecognisable
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/6unrecognisable

Fred V & Grafix, together with the help of Hospital’s A&R hit squad have stylishly curated a collection of d+b talent to re-work tracks from their critically acclaimed debut album, which was released earlier this year.

Featuring the Fred V vocalled single ‘Recognise’, as well as the Radio One playlisted ‘Forest Fires (feat Etherwood), the album ‘Recognise’ was nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ at the Independent Music Awards – alongside the likes of London Grammar and The Arctic Monkeys.

Eschewing obvious names in favour of cutting-edge artists who are already shaping the future of the genre. The likes of Etherwood, Keeno, Chords and Fredric Robinson represent a new generation, bringing a fresh injection of musical genius to d+b.

On top of the twelve remixes Fred V & Grafix also present one brand new track in the shape of ‘3-D Glasses’. The first new material from the boys since February, it’s a slice of warping triplet time d+b that mines a the current vogue of classical influenced dance music.

Since the albums release Fred V & Grafix have been touring the globe nonstop, playing gigs and festivals from Glastonbury to LA. Finding time in between gigs to turn in remixes for the likes of MNEK, Second City, Netsky and Hybrid.

Please note video contains flashing images.

Follow Fred V & Grafix:

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http://instagram.com/fredvgrafix

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https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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

Fred V & Grafix – Hydra (Chords Remix) [Preview]

Buy NOW on Beatport: http://hospi.tl/beatportexclusive
Pre-order the album here:
iTunes: http://hospi.tl/15unrecognisable
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/6unrecognisable

Fred V & Grafix, together with the help of Hospital’s A&R hit squad have stylishly curated a collection of d+b talent to re-work tracks from their critically acclaimed debut album, which was released earlier this year.

Featuring the Fred V vocalled single ‘Recognise’, as well as the Radio One playlisted ‘Forest Fires (feat Etherwood), the album ‘Recognise’ was nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ at the Independent Music Awards – alongside the likes of London Grammar and The Arctic Monkeys.

Eschewing obvious names in favour of cutting-edge artists who are already shaping the future of the genre. The likes of Etherwood, Keeno, Chords and Fredric Robinson represent a new generation, bringing a fresh injection of musical genius to d+b.

On top of the twelve remixes Fred V & Grafix also present one brand new track in the shape of ‘3-D Glasses’. The first new material from the boys since February, it’s a slice of warping triplet time d+b that mines a the current vogue of classical influenced dance music.

Since the albums release Fred V & Grafix have been touring the globe nonstop, playing gigs and festivals from Glastonbury to LA. Finding time in between gigs to turn in remixes for the likes of MNEK, Second City, Netsky and Hybrid.

Please note video contains flashing images.

Follow Fred V & Grafix:

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http://instagram.com/fredvgrafix

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https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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

Fred V & Grafix – Let Your Guard Down (feat. Panda & Iain Horrocks) [Hugh Hardie Remix] [Preview]

iTunes: http://hospi.tl/15unrecognisable
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/6unrecognisable

Fred V & Grafix, together with the help of Hospital’s A&R hit squad have stylishly curated a collection of d+b talent to re-work tracks from their critically acclaimed debut album, which was released earlier this year.

Featuring the Fred V vocalled single ‘Recognise’, as well as the Radio One playlisted ‘Forest Fires (feat Etherwood), the album ‘Recognise’ was nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ at the Independent Music Awards – alongside the likes of London Grammar and The Arctic Monkeys.

Eschewing obvious names in favour of cutting-edge artists who are already shaping the future of the genre. The likes of Etherwood, Keeno, Chords and Fredric Robinson represent a new generation, bringing a fresh injection of musical genius to d+b.

On top of the twelve remixes Fred V & Grafix also present one brand new track in the shape of ‘3-D Glasses’. The first new material from the boys since February, it’s a slice of warping triplet time d+b that mines a the current vogue of classical influenced dance music.

Since the albums release Fred V & Grafix have been touring the globe nonstop, playing gigs and festivals from Glastonbury to LA. Finding time in between gigs to turn in remixes for the likes of MNEK, Second City, Netsky and Hybrid.

Follow Fred V & Grafix:

http://www.fredvandgrafix.com/ https://www.facebook.com/fredvgrafix


http://instagram.com/fredvgrafix

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https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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

Fred V & Grafix – Forest Fires (feat. Etherwood) [Taiki Nulight Remix]

Buy ‘Forest Fires’ on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/forestfires60 or The Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/forestfires59

Following the successful release of their debut album “Recognise” in March, the Devonshire duo follow up with the second single from their album. “Forest Fires” is set to be the anthem of the summer, featuring vocals from Med School’s Etherwood.

“Forest Fires” has been BBC Radio One’s “track of the day” and made the Radio One playlist after receiving extensive backing from Zane Lowe, Fearne Cotton and Annie Mac.

Director: Tom Murray
http://tacticfilms.com/

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Fred V & Grafix – Forest Fires (feat. Etherwood) [Etherwood Remix]

Buy ‘Forest Fires’ on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/forestfires60 or The Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/forestfires59

Following the successful release of their debut album “Recognise” in March, the Devonshire duo follow up with the second single from their album. “Forest Fires” is set to be the anthem of the summer, featuring vocals from Med School’s Etherwood.

“Forest Fires” has been BBC Radio One’s “track of the day” and made the Radio One playlist after receiving extensive backing from Zane Lowe, Fearne Cotton and Annie Mac.

Director: Tom Murray
http://tacticfilms.com/

Follow Fred V & Grafix
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https://www.facebook.com/fredvgrafix


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Fred V & Grafix feat. Etherwood – Forest Fires (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)

Available now as part of Fast Soul Music – Shop: http://hospi.tl/fsm17 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/fsm37 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/fsm56

Buy “Forest Fires” from iTunes: http://hospi.tl/forestfires30 or the Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/forestfires54

Following the successful release of their debut album “Recognise” in March, the Devonshire duo follow up with the second single from their album. “Forest Fires” is set to be the anthem of the summer, featuring vocals from Med School’s Etherwood.

“Forest Fires” has been BBC Radio One’s “track of the day” and made the Radio One playlist after receiving extensive backing from Zane Lowe, Fearne Cotton and Annie Mac.

Follow Fred V & Grafix
http://fredvandgrafix.com/
https://www.facebook.com/fredvgrafix


http://play.spotify.com/user/fredvgrafixnhs

Follow Etherwood
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Pacific – Golden Years

BUY: http://btprt.dj/1gG6Xzs

After a hiatus Pacific is back with a huge single on Nightfall. Recently featured on Friction’s Radio One show, Golden Years captures the spirit of the heyday of neurofunk, morphing and twisting towards a major climax.  On the flip, Tortuga is an explosive roller that also nods to the past.

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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)

London Elektricity – Meteorites ft. Elsa Esmeralda (Danny Byrd Remix)

Hospital Shop – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/london-elektricity/nhs192-yikes-remixes
iTunes – http://itunes.apple.com/gb/preorder/meteorites-feat-elsa-esmeralda/id433410424?uo=4&at=11l9mP

The second single from London Elektricity’s highly anticipated album “Yikes!”, “Meteorites” pairs uplifting sonorous lyrics, trancey synths and euphoric energy with a typical musicality that will re-affirm London Elektricity’s reputation as one of the leading lights in the D&B scene

Remixes by Radio One favourite Danny Byrd and the Bristol based dubstep -drumstep – electro touting duo Cutline make up the vinyl package for the dancefloor diehards

Danny Byrd’s remix is the hands-in-the-air sounds of Hospitality Room One – straight up. Expect rippling piano arpeggios, huge swells and tumultuous drops; all masterfully executed with the warm, fuzzy, feel-good furore that has earned him the reputation as the “Rave Digger”.

https://www.hospitalrecords.com/

London Elektricity – Meteorites ft. Elsa Esmeralda (Cutline Remix)

BUY Now –
https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/london-elektricity/nhs192-yikes-remixes

or from Itunes:
http://itunes.apple.com/gb/preorder/meteorites-feat-elsa-esmeralda/id433410424

The second single from London Elektricity’s highly anticipated album “Yikes!”, “Meteorites” pairs uplifting sonorous lyrics, trancey synths and euphoric energy with a typical musicality that will re-affirm London Elektricity’s reputation as one of the leading lights in the D&B scene

Remixes by Radio One favourite Danny Byrd and the Bristol based dubstep -drumstep – electro touting duo Cutline make up the vinyl package for the dancefloor diehards.

Cutline re-work “Meteorites” into an exuberant, souped-up slice of dancefloor destruction. Scintillating synth work paired with all the hallmarks of a contemporary dubstep track, it’s one for the Mash-Up generation – destined to cause a ruckus, no question.

Buy Now – http://itunes.apple.com/gb/preorder/meteorites-feat-elsa-esmeralda/id433410424

London Elektricity – The Plan That Cannot Fail

Hospital Shop – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/london-elektricity/nhs185-elektricity-will-keep-me-warm
iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/yikes%21-special-edition/id427270564?app=itunes
http://www.londonelektricity.com/

The founding father of the Hospital imprint and mouthpiece of the multi-award winning, chart topping Hospital podcast, London Elektricity is a name that should need no introduction. Since starting the label in 1996, Tony Colman has carved out a fearsome reputation as one of the pre-eminent names in D&B and remains at the forefront of the scene to this day.

This incredible 12″ release marks the first London Elektricity release for over two years and is the first single to be taken from his highly anticipated forthcoming album ‘Yikes!’ which is due out at the end of April. His last release ‘All Hell Is Breaking Loose’ stormed on to the Radio One playlist, proving his underground and overground credentials once again. A lot has changed since 2008’s ‘Syncopated City: ‘this is my first release for 3 years, and features the vocals of Elsa Esmeralda who graced ‘Just One Second’ from my last album Syncopated City. Elsa features on 7 tracks on my new album ‘Yikes’, and I can safely say this is easily my best work to date. Yikes has been 2 years in the making, I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it! ‘

Sparse and minimal, ‘Elektricity Will Keep Me Warm’ is UK bass music at its most soulful and imaginative. A stripped down ‘think’ break, 808 subs and laconic piano chords drive the main tune along with an absolutely outstanding vocal performance from Elsa Esmarelda, whose previous London Elektricity collaboration “Just One Second” has become a massive Hospital anthem.

“The Plan That Cannot Fail” on the flip side is an awesome slice of instrumental d+b magic. Get ready for hands and lighters in the air as the tune builds and evolves into a heart-rending powerhouse, built around a rich piano progression and tripping breaks. Absolutely sublime.

London Elektricity continues to be one of the finest purveyors of forward thinking, ground-breaking music and this single is a testament to his ongoing success. As the mounting anticipation surrounding the release of his album builds, all eyes are firmly fixed on the Colminator as we enter spring 2011.

https://www.hospitalrecords.com/

London Elektricity – Elektricity Will Keep Me Warm (featuring Elsa Esmeralda)

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Hospital Shop – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/london-elektricity/nhs185-elektricity-will-keep-me-warm
iTunes – http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/elektricity-will-keep-me-warm/id423562729?uo=4&at=11l9mP

http://www.londonelektricity.com/

The founding father of the Hospital imprint and mouthpiece of the multi-award winning, chart topping Hospital podcast, London Elektricity is a name that should need no introduction. Since starting the label in 1996, Tony Colman has carved out a fearsome reputation as one of the pre-eminent names in D&B and remains at the forefront of the scene to this day.

This incredible 12″ release marks the first London Elektricity release for over two years and is the first single to be taken from his highly anticipated forthcoming album ‘Yikes!’ which is due out at the end of April. His last release ‘All Hell Is Breaking Loose’ stormed on to the Radio One playlist, proving his underground and overground credentials once again. A lot has changed since 2008’s ‘Syncopated City: ‘this is my first release for 3 years, and features the vocals of Elsa Esmeralda who graced ‘Just One Second’ from my last album Syncopated City. Elsa features on 7 tracks on my new album ‘Yikes’, and I can safely say this is easily my best work to date. Yikes has been 2 years in the making, I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it! ‘

Sparse and minimal, ‘Elektricity Will Keep Me Warm’ is UK bass music at its most soulful and imaginative. A stripped down ‘think’ break, 808 subs and laconic piano chords drive the main tune along with an absolutely outstanding vocal performance from Elsa Esmarelda, whose previous London Elektricity collaboration “Just One Second” has become a massive Hospital anthem.

“The Plan That Cannot Fail” on the flip side is an awesome slice of instrumental d+b magic. Get ready for hands and lighters in the air as the tune builds and evolves into a heart-rending powerhouse, built around a rich piano progression and tripping breaks. Absolutely sublime.

London Elektricity continues to be one of the finest purveyors of forward thinking, ground-breaking music and this single is a testament to his ongoing success. As the mounting anticipation surrounding the release of his album builds, all eyes are firmly fixed on the Colminator as we enter spring 2011.

Follow Hospital Records:
http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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

Danny Byrd – Discovery

Hospital Shop – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/danny-byrd/nhs176-rave-digger
iTunes (Special Edition) – https://itunes.apple.com/nl/album/rave-digger-special-edition/id417097888?uo=4&at=11l9mP

Danny Byrd is back once again with yet more ill behaviour! Not content with three Radio One playlisted singles and a Top 40 hit in the past few months alone, the Byrd-meister is back with a ‘Rave Digger — Special Edition’ featuring extra bonus material and remixes of ‘Rave Digger’ classics from UKG legend MJ Cole, D+B duo Sigma and party starters Cutline.

For those who have not heard the original, “Rave Digger” is a non-stop helter-skelter ride of hands- in-the-air pianos, breakneck breakbeats and searing mentasm synths. Featuring the vocal dexterity of I-Kay, on a classic 90s hook, “Ill Behaviour” gets you right from the word go. “Judgement Day” sees I-Kay in a more forceful mood – picking up where 09 playlist contender “Red Mist” left off, before D+B’s newest superstar Netsky joins Danny on “Tonight”, for some spine-tingling synth-fuelled mayhem.

“Hot Fuzz” comes like an entire weekend rolled into one tune before things ease down to 140bpm for “We Can Have It All”; a timeless slice of euphoric breakbeat soul. There are more laid back moments, from the beautiful “Failsafe” featuring London Elektricity, to Zarif’s soul tinged vocals on “Wait for Me” and the classic jungle homage “Amen Alley”, all interspersed with more rave madness than you can shake a glowstick at.

With exciting new content added to the bundle, including the critically acclaimed Sigma remix of ‘We Can Have It All’ which has been tearing apart dancefloors in the last few months, MJ Cole’s super cool 134 bpm re-work of ‘Tonight’ plus Cutline’s party starting drumstep version, it’s a must have purchase for fans of Danny Byrd new and old.

Debuted exclusively by Radio One’s Annie Mac and jumped on early by Mistajam and Zane Lowe, this is drum + bass with maximum crossover appeal. From diehard D+B fans who have been there since the good old days, to a whole new generation of ravers lining the dancefloors at Hospitality and beyond, this is music without boundaries. Now appearing with a six extra tracks, the ‘Special Edition’ brings ‘Rave Digger’ bang up to date for 2011 and gives you more Byrd for your buck!