Tokyo Prose – Lift You Up (ft. Steo)

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Taken from Tokyo Prose’s Wild Grace LP, out 20th July via Lenzman’s The North Quarter.

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Camo & Krooked – Change Me (Submorphics Remix)

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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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Logistics – Sendai Song

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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 esthetic 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.

Mixed by Dan Nu:Tone.

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London Elektricity – Fast Soul Music

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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 esthetic 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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Tokyo Prose – Songbird

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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 esthetic 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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London Elektricity – Had A Little Fight

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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 esthetic 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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S.P.Y – One Last Quest

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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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Technimatic – The Golden Section

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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 esthetic 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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Nu:Logic – Morning Light

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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 esthetic 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.

Mixed by Dan Nu:Tone.

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Fast Soul Music Minimix (Mixed by Nu:Tone)

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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.

Mixed by Dan Nu:Tone.

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UKF Drum & Bass 2014 (Album Megamix)

UKF Drum & Bass 2014 – OUT NOW!
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1. Stay With Me (Shy FX Remix) – Sam Smith
2. Where Do We Go from Here? (One Love) (Calibre Remix) – David Boomah
3. All Night (Etherwood Remix) – Camo and Krooked
4. Don’t Let Me Go (Feat. Amy Pearson) – The Prototypes
5. Want My Love (Feat. Elisabeth Troy) (Club Mix) – Metrik
6. The World Is Yours – Delta Heavy
7. Wanted (Chords Remix) – 4am
8. Forest Fires (Feat. Etherwood) – Fred V & Grafix
9. Night Vision – Technimatic
10. Right Back (Feat. Sian Evans) – Dr. Meaker
11. Positive (Feat. Elbie) – T-Phonic
12. Gold – Ownglow
13. Refusal (Feat. Steo) (Alix Perez Remix) – Zero T
14. Waiting On (Feat. Riya) – Tokyo Prose
15. Off Centre – Joe Ford
16. Knowing (Break Remix) – My Nu Leng
17. Nightmare – Tantrum Desire
18. Asteroids – Noisia & Prolix
19. Rituals – The Upbeats
20. Make Those Move (Teddy Killerz Remix) – I Am Legion
21. Reality – Xilent

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Tokyo Prose – Saving Grace VIP

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Tokyo Prose – Waiting On (Ft. Riya)

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Tokyo Prose – Ventura

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Tokyo Prose – Songbird

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To celebrate our 18 years in the game, we bring you an outstanding selection of brand new and exclusive tracks. Curated over the last six months specifically for this project this outstanding triple album is groaning at the seams with label heavy hitters such as High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Netsky and London Elektricity, as well as showcasing new music from some of the most exciting new talents around, including Fred V & Grafix, Metrik, S.P.Y, and Medschool’s man of the moment Etherwood.

With the drum & bass scene bigger and badder than ever before in 2014, could we ever have imagined way back in 1996 when Hospital was launched that we would have gone from a tiny eccentric imprint to the all conquering label we are today? We’ve called on our family and friends to chip in with remixes and collaborative input from the likes of Shogun Audio’s Friction, Total Science and DJ Marky and with eyes on the future we’ve sought the sound of things to come in the shape of Hugh Hardie, Ed:It, Krakota and Rollz.

With label retrospectives ten a penny, this album looks squarely forward and defines 2014s d+b agenda with 29 outstanding moments. So, who’s up for another 18 years?

Hospital Podcast 185 LIVE with London Elektricity from Hospital HQ

Hospital podcast 185 with London Elektricity LIVE from 16:00 BST on the Hospital YouTube channel. Make sure you SUBSCRIBE!

iTunes Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/nl/podcast/hospital-records-podcast/id153880765?mt=2

1. Gridlok – Here to Wherever
2. Fracture – The Breaks
3. S.I.N – Hutch
4. Foreign Concept & Riya – Affliction
5. Optiv & CZA – In Too Deep
6. Enei – Runnin feat Georgie Yates
7. Metrik – Drift
8. Nu:Logic – St Pauls
9. Break – Love So True
10. Raiden – Dove From Above ft Close
11. Quantax – Untold
12. Judda – Bright Sky
13. Blokhe4d & Receptor – Bass Dust
14. Sub Zero – Digital Blues
15. Jenna G – In Love
16. Loxy & Resound – Tropapause
17. Martsman – Mersana
18. Tokyo Prose – Raised By Wolves
19. Natalie Duncan – Find Me A Home – Ulterior Motive Remix
20. Electrosoul System – Adventure of the Space Mantra
21. Enei – Machines
22. S.P.Y – You