Hospital Records present their latest compilation ‘Fast Soul Music’ – a welcomed lesson in the art of soul-inspired drum & bass of the high-speed variety. After nineteen years spent building upon it’s lounge-core aesthetic their extensive library of smooth-rolling sounds is at the ready, now it’s time to get retrospective.
From the work of thirty artists, a carefully selected forty-six tracks highlight the quintessential sounds of soul music in the Hospital Records back catalogue. Not only effortlessly blending classics from Hospital mainstays London Elektricity, High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Nu:Tone, S.P.Y and Logistics but also showcasing the fresh wave of talent that’s reached our ears in recent years. The work of Fred V & Grafix, Hugh Hardie, Keeno, Etherwood, Anile, Tokyo Prose and Technimatic showcasing just how prominent soul music is in drum & bass today.
Accompanying this two-CD collectors item is a perfectly polished mix by longstanding practitioner and newest member of the Hospital A+R team, Nu:Tone. With over two hours of soul-inspired sounds that effortlessly create the ideal soundtrack for any daydream-filled afternoon.
With a nod back to London Elektricity’s ’03 classic ‘Fast Soul Music’ and a look forward to the fresh influx of talent passing through, Hospital Record’s latest compilation provides any drum & bass fan with a chance to rediscover those once forgotten gems and dust off the cobwebs from their favourite nostalgia-fuelling drum & bass anthems.
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