Royalston – Who Did She Become (ft. Amy Kisnorbo)

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Australian audio architect Royalston has returned to Med School for his third album ‘Popular Mechanics’. Constantly pushing sonic barriers, this LP sees experimental drum & bass and electronica in its most exciting form. A 14-track delectation boasts cutting edge technical prowess balanced with a rich bouquet of musical grace. This combination of Royalston’s engineering expertise and musical pedigree renders an all-encompassing fusion of everything that makes drum & bass great.

‘What We Were Told’ ft ‘Amy Kisnorb’ is your staple drum & bass roller, in overdrive. It’s a twofold bass attack featuring wobbles and growls balanced with Amy’s angelic vocals. This track will be causing carnage in clubs and warehouses across the land with it’s constant evolution and high energy throughout.

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Royalston – Oscilla

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Royalston – People On The Ground (feat. Hannah Joy) (Anile Remix)

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Only £9.99 for 68 tracks!

When you turn 21 the world is your oyster. You can vote, drink, gamble… and fly your own hot air balloon across London? Oh wait, that was last year.

Fresh from our first ever festival and 300th release, we’re catapulting headfirst into another exciting decade and to kick-start the label’s 21st birthday celebrations the Hospital Records family bring a superior 68-track soundtrack ‘We Are 21’.

Compilations don’t get much bigger than this; across two high energy mixes we’ve brought in sterling submissions from our ever-growing roster of talent, strong highlights from the last twelve months and most importantly shiny diamond cuts to look out for in 2017. Find 20 brand new tracks from key players such as S.P.Y, Logistics and Anile, and an exclusive Metrik and Fred V & Grafix collaboration. They took time out of their busy DJing schedules to join forces on ‘Tension’, encapsulating their love for euphoric dancefloor smashers.

This outstanding double disc billows at the brim with iconic D+B producers such as Noisia, Spectrasoul, Break and High Contrast as well as showcasing music from some of our most exciting new talents, including Urbandawn, Hugh Hardie, and Med School’s Whiney. Looking further afield from the Hospital camp we also bring exclusive tracks from producers such as Serum, Milkway, TI and Lakeway who are prime examples of how the genre continues to push boundaries and excite our ears.

Our boundless network of family and friends also pitch in with remixes and collaborative input from the likes of Dimension, Alix Perez and Ninja Tunes’ Machinedrum. With our eyes looking to the future we’ve sought the sound of things to come in the shape of Kimyan Law, GLXY and Polaris.

68 tracks. 24 brand new exclusives. 2 mixed CD’s by our very own sonic surgeon, Nu:Tone.

Visuals by Carlo Pietramale – www.carlopietramale.com

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Fred V & Grafix – Constellations (Forza Horizon 3 VIP)

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We have joined forces with Microsoft and Playground Games to develop a Hospital Records Radio station on the brand new Forza Horizon 3 computer game.
You can buy the game here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-US/store/p/Forza-Horizon-3-Standard-Edition/9NBLGGH4RQ31
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Indie label Hospital Records Radio is back at Horizon bringing you all drum and bass, all of the time. Label owners Chris Goss and London Elektricity introduce artists including Netsky, Metrik, and Fred V & Grafix.

“Wish List” by Anile
“Blurred Memories (feat. Synkro) (Etherwood Remix)” by Bop
“Aurora (feat. Metrik)” by Camo & Krooked
“Throw Ya Hands” by Danny Byrd
“Souvenirs (feat. Zara Kershaw)” by Etherwood
“Constellations (Forza Horizon 3 VIP)” by Fred V & Grafix
“Ultraviolet” by Fred V & Grafix
“One More Moment (feat. Cepasa)” by Keeno
“Lust Thrust” by Krakota
“Sea Air” by Krakota
“Icarus (feat. Hugh Hardie)” by Logistics
“Tape Loops (feat. Hugh Hardie)” by London Elektricity
“Solarize (feat. Logistics) (Album Mix)” by Maduk
“Cadence (Instrumental)” by Metrik
“Get Away From Here (Instrumental)” by Netsky
“’Til Dawn” by Nu:Tone
“Only U (Real Quick)” by Ownglow
“Blight Mamba” by Royalston
“What The Future Holds” by S.P.Y.
“Komodo” by Whiney

Read more at https://news.xbox.com/2016/09/09/drive-music-you-love-forza-horizon-3-groove/#GZTcPMI5loKo2O5o.99

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London Elektricity – Swivel (Electrosoul System Remix)

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In 2015 London Elektricity surprised us all with his first album in over five years. ‘Are We There Yet?’ more than deserved its influx of praise, now the Med School team has taken on the label boss’ latest masterpiece. The ‘Med School Scans’ LP examines, dissects and transforms each track, injecting every member’s unique persona into the critically acclaimed original.

Etherwood, Keeno and Anile compliment London Elektricity’s originals with class, elevating each into majestic adaptations. Whiney and S.P.Y keep up the funk of ‘Tenderless’ and ‘Why Are We Here?’ while seeping through heavier subs and thicker percussions. Frederic Robinson creates an epic, dreamlike state with his rendition of ‘Seven Days To Live’.

Royalston and Rawtekk don’t hold back, their reconstructions of ‘Tone Poem’ and ‘Telefunken Lizard Filter’ move from jazz and soul to depth and darkness. The LP also features members of The Erised with Hidden Element taking ‘Parallax’ to a whole other level.

Outside of the Med School alumni, we’ve got up and comers GLXY with a sublime half-time trip on ‘Artificial Skin’. Kimyan Law keeps things crisp, finely tuning ‘That Thing You Did’ and Subwave falls deep into a whirlpool of Emer Dineen’s luscious vocals in his portrayal of ‘Phase Us’.

All 15 tracks in this remix LP keep hold of the London Elektricity essence yet spread the sound further across either end of the drum & bass spectrum. With ten years already behind them, Med School continue to push forward as a strong, independent player exploring every corner of drum & bass with their diverse roster of talented artists.

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Bop – Blurred Memories (ft. Synkro) (Etherwood Remix)

Etherwood flips Bop & Synkro’s Blurred Memories into a smooth liquid roller… out now as part of the Ten Years of Med School album.
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‘Ten Years of Med School’ celebrates the plethora of talent to have emerged over the past decade showcasing snapshots of the imprint’s most memorable releases alongside hints of an even brighter future. Originally the understated sister label of Hospital Records, Med School is now a standalone soldier playing a significant role in electronic music, scouring every hidden corner of drum & bass and beyond.

The release showcases 18 brand new and exclusive tracks, including some stunning remixes of the label’s finest moments. Ivy Lab lead Etherwood’s uplifting ‘We’re Nothing Without Love’ down a more ominous path while Kimyan Law strips down Royalston’s drum crazy ‘Jungle Gone Down’. Frederic Robinson injects a cloud-like bounce into Keeno’s ‘Nocturne’ and Bop gives ‘Pray’ by The Erised a stunning 170bpm rework.

The album also features a host of new creations and collaborations. Etherwood and Royalston prove that opposites attract on ‘Eyes On Me’ which brilliantly combines subtle, soulful overtones with a dark, metallic allure. Newest Med School recruit Whiney presents the deep, melancholic magic of ‘Nightfall’ while label veteran Lung returns with the energetic ‘To Infinity & Be Gone’. There are also fresh contributions from the roster’s past, present and future, including works from Anile, Rawtekk, G.H.O.S.T, Blu Mar Ten, Joe Syntax, Electrosoul System, Sunchase and more.

The ten year celebrations don’t end there as Etherwood rediscovers some back catalogue highlights and blends with the album’s new material in a continuous DJ mix of 100% Med School music.

The quality of the label is without question and this release is no different. Med School stays true to its foundations of championing forward-thinking and emerging talent – here’s to the next ten!

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The Hospital Records Christmas Podcast 2015

London Elektricity presents a special Christmas edition of the Hospital Records podcast, showcasing his + listeners’ top ten tracks of 2015…

Breakage ‘Kill Dem’
Pola & Bryson ‘Stolen Glances’ (feat. Sammie Bella)
Quadrant, Kid Hops & Iris ‘206’
Mefjus & Inside Info ‘Footpath’ (feat. The Upbeats)
The Erised ‘Take Me’
Hybrid Minds ‘Lifted’ (feat. Matt Banks)
Lynx ‘Clap Track’
Royalston ‘People On The Ground’ (feat. Hannah Joy)
Enter Shikari ‘A Message To Future Historians’ (London Elektricity remix)
Noisa & The Upbeats ‘Dead Limit’
Keeno ‘Origin’
London Elektricity ‘Tone Poem’
Etherwood ‘Caption’
Krakota ‘In The Area’ (feat. Lifford)
Urbandawn ‘Vona’
LSB ‘About Tonight’
Reso ‘Taiga’
Etherwood ‘Cast Away’
A-Sides & Makoto ‘Hurt My Soul’
DRS ‘The View’ (feat. Tyler Dayley & LSB)
Logistics ‘Ammunition’ (feat. Inja)

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Dark Soul – Raze

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Following from the sounds of soul and jungle, chapter three of the “Fast Music” series dives into the deeper levels of drum & bass.

“Fast Warehouse Music” draws forty-six tracks from the Hospital Records back-catalogue that rewind the clock to the days of the warehouse raves, swamping concrete jungles with all-surrounding subs from unforgiving sound-systems.

Cut the lights and descend into the darkness with two hours of Hospital classics mixed by longstanding member of the Hospital team, Nu:Tone. Unearthed are the works of Hospital favorites (Nu:Logic, Lynx and S.P.Y), Med School experimenters (Royalston, Rawtekk, Anile, Bop and Joe Syntax) as well as prominent players Photek, Commix, Subwave, Enei and Stray.

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Helios – First Dream Called Ocean (Stray Remix)

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Following from the sounds of soul and jungle, chapter three of the “Fast Music” series dives into the deeper levels of drum & bass.

“Fast Warehouse Music” draws forty-six tracks from the Hospital Records back-catalogue that rewind the clock to the days of the warehouse raves, swamping concrete jungles with all-surrounding subs from unforgiving sound-systems.

Cut the lights and descend into the darkness with two hours of Hospital classics mixed by longstanding member of the Hospital team, Nu:Tone. Unearthed are the works of Hospital favorites (Nu:Logic, Lynx and S.P.Y), Med School experimenters (Royalston, Rawtekk, Anile, Bop and Joe Syntax) as well as prominent players Photek, Commix, Subwave, Enei and Stray.

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Command Strange – Remedy

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Following from the sounds of soul and jungle, chapter three of the “Fast Music” series dives into the deeper levels of drum & bass.

“Fast Warehouse Music” draws forty-six tracks from the Hospital Records back-catalogue that rewind the clock to the days of the warehouse raves, swamping concrete jungles with all-surrounding subs from unforgiving sound-systems.

Cut the lights and descend into the darkness with two hours of Hospital classics mixed by longstanding member of the Hospital team, Nu:Tone. Unearthed are the works of Hospital favorites (Nu:Logic, Lynx and S.P.Y), Med School experimenters (Royalston, Rawtekk, Anile, Bop and Joe Syntax) as well as prominent players Photek, Commix, Subwave, Enei and Stray.

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