London Elektricity – Funkopolis

Stream / Buy Here: https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/SickMusic2019yc
Boxset: https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/SickMusic2019yc/hospitalrecords2

Hospital Records proudly present the next chapter in their massive compilation series, ’Sick Music 2019’. It’s packed with 25 brand new and exclusive tracks from Hospital and Med School surgeons alongside some very special guest features, all carefully selected as the future drum & bass anthems of 2019. This diverse selection of 174 beats comes from the likes of London Elektricity, Fred V, S.P.Y, Metrik, Grafix, Logistics, Whiney, Unglued, Benny L, Flava D, Bou, Pete Cannon, Gridlok and many more.

After the announcement of the dynamic duo’s decision to focus on individual projects, Fred V and Grafix present their first solo releases in almost a decade. Renowned for synth-driven symphonies and soothing songwriting, Fred V brings a high dose of octane electronica in the down tempo fix, ‘Burning Me’. Grafix has taken a fresh direction with ‘Frozen’ travelling down the rough and rugged techy route, ready to shatter dancefloors worldwide. Plus it’s about to be a big year for Hospital Records’ commander-in-chief London Elektricity as he returns from the studio a the dynamic funk-ladened D+B spectacular, ‘Funkopolis’.

Other highlights include Benny L’s re-rub of John Holt’s reggae hit ‘Police In Helicopter’, with a rugged bass to make the rave shake. The first lady of Bassline and UKG royalty Flava D also joins the fold for an exclusive first flex into the realms of D+B, the silky slick selection ’Return 2 Me’.

The latest rendition of our ‘Sick Music’ series also sees a string of all-star remixes with Whiney’s robust rework of Degs’ summer anthem ‘Poveglia’, Bop’s long awaited glitch-riddled remix of Anile’s ‘Allergens’ and S.P.Y’s ‘Dusty Fingers’ getting a special Metrik rework. ‘Sick Music 2019’ will be available as a 25-track digital download, 3 x CD (including 1 x Mixed CD) and a limited edition box-set, available exclusively from The Hospital Shop.

Included in this premium ‘Sick Music 2019’ lift-top box is a 4×12” vinyl pressing, which includes all 25 tracks in luxury printed spined sleeve inners, with a custom slipcase. A ‘Sick Music 2019’ 16GB USB, a ‘Sick Music 2019’ Tee and sticker set.

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John Holt – Police In Helicopter (Benny L Remix)

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Hospital Records proudly present the next chapter in their massive compilation series, ’Sick Music 2019’. It’s packed with 25 brand new and exclusive tracks from Hospital and Med School surgeons alongside some very special guest features, all carefully selected as the future drum & bass anthems of 2019. This diverse selection of 174 beats comes from the likes of London Elektricity, Fred V, S.P.Y, Metrik, Grafix, Logistics, Whiney, Unglued, Benny L, Flava D, Bou, Pete Cannon, Gridlok and many more.

After the announcement of the dynamic duo’s decision to focus on individual projects, Fred V and Grafix present their first solo releases in almost a decade. Renowned for synth-driven symphonies and soothing songwriting, Fred V brings a high dose of octane electronica in the down tempo fix, ‘Burning Me’. Grafix has taken a fresh direction with ‘Frozen’ travelling down the rough and rugged techy route, ready to shatter dancefloors worldwide. Plus it’s about to be a big year for Hospital Records’ commander-in-chief London Elektricity as he returns from the studio a the dynamic funk-ladened D+B spectacular, ‘Funkopolis’.

Other highlights include Benny L’s re-rub of John Holt’s reggae hit ‘Police In Helicopter’, with a rugged bass to make the rave shake. The first lady of Bassline and UKG royalty Flava D also joins the fold for an exclusive first flex into the realms of D+B, the silky slick selection ’Return 2 Me’.

The latest rendition of our ‘Sick Music’ series also sees a string of all-star remixes with Whiney’s robust rework of Degs’ summer anthem ‘Poveglia’, Bop’s long awaited glitch-riddled remix of Anile’s ‘Allergens’ and S.P.Y’s ‘Dusty Fingers’ getting a special Metrik rework. ‘Sick Music 2019’ will be available as a 25-track digital download, 3 x CD (including 1 x Mixed CD) and a limited edition box-set, available exclusively from The Hospital Shop.Follow

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Fred V – Burning Me (Official Video)

Stream / Buy Here: https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/SickMusic2019yc
Boxset: https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/SickMusic2019yc/hospitalrecords2
Hospital Records proudly present the next chapter in their massive compilation series, ’Sick Music 2019’. It’s packed with 25 brand new and exclusive tracks from Hospital and Med School surgeons alongside some very special guest features, all carefully selected as the future drum & bass anthems of 2019. This diverse selection of 174 beats comes from the likes of London Elektricity, Fred V, S.P.Y, Metrik, Grafix, Logistics, Whiney, Unglued, Benny L, Flava D, Bou, Pete Cannon, Gridlok and many more.

After the announcement of the dynamic duo’s decision to focus on individual projects, Fred V and Grafix present their first solo releases in almost a decade. Renowned for synth-driven symphonies and soothing songwriting, Fred V brings a high dose of octane electronica in the down tempo fix, ‘Burning Me’. Grafix has taken a fresh direction with ‘Frozen’ travelling down the rough and rugged techy route, ready to shatter dancefloors worldwide. Plus it’s about to be a big year for Hospital Records’ commander-in-chief London Elektricity as he returns from the studio a the dynamic funk-ladened D+B spectacular, ‘Funkopolis’.

Other highlights include Benny L’s re-rub of John Holt’s reggae hit ‘Police In Helicopter’, with a rugged bass to make the rave shake. The first lady of Bassline and UKG royalty Flava D also joins the fold for an exclusive first flex into the realms of D+B, the silky slick selection ’Return 2 Me’.

The latest rendition of our ‘Sick Music’ series also sees a string of all-star remixes with Whiney’s robust rework of Degs’ summer anthem ‘Poveglia’, Bop’s long awaited glitch-riddled remix of Anile’s ‘Allergens’ and S.P.Y’s ‘Dusty Fingers’ getting a special Metrik rework. ‘Sick Music 2019’ will be available as a 25-track digital download, 3 x CD (including 1 x Mixed CD) and a limited edition box-set, available exclusively from The Hospital Shop.

Included in this premium ‘Sick Music 2019’ lift-top box is a 4×12” vinyl pressing, which includes all 25 tracks in luxury printed spined sleeve inners, with a custom slipcase. A ‘Sick Music 2019’ 16GB USB, a ‘Sick Music 2019’ Tee and sticker set.

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Sick Music 2019 (Album Mini-Mix) [Mixed by Nu:Tone]

Buy / Stream ‘Sick Music 2019’ here: https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/SickMusic2019yb

Hospital Records proudly present the next chapter in their massive compilation series, ’Sick Music 2019’. It’s packed with 25 brand new and exclusive tracks from Hospital and Med School surgeons alongside some very special guest features, all carefully selected as the future drum & bass anthems of 2019. This diverse selection of 174 beats comes from the likes of London Elektricity, Fred V, S.P.Y, Metrik, Grafix, Logistics, Whiney, Unglued, Benny L, Flava D, Bou, Pete Cannon, Gridlok and many more.

After the announcement of the dynamic duo’s decision to focus on individual projects, Fred V and Grafix present their first solo releases in almost a decade. Renowned for synth-driven symphonies and soothing songwriting, Fred V brings a high dose of octane electronica in the down tempo fix, ‘Burning Me’. Grafix has taken a fresh direction with ‘Frozen’ travelling down the rough and rugged techy route, ready to shatter dancefloors worldwide. Plus it’s about to be a big year for Hospital Records’ commander-in-chief London Elektricity as he returns from the studio a the dynamic funk-ladened D+B spectacular, ‘Funkopolis’.

Other highlights include Benny L’s re-rub of John Holt’s reggae hit ‘Police In Helicopter’, with a rugged bass to make the rave shake. The first lady of Bassline and UKG royalty Flava D also joins the fold for an exclusive first flex into the realms of D+B, the silky slick selection ’Return 2 Me’.

The latest rendition of our ‘Sick Music’ series also sees a string of all-star remixes with Whiney’s robust rework of Degs’ summer anthem ‘Poveglia’, Bop’s long awaited glitch-riddled remix of Anile’s ‘Allergens’ and S.P.Y’s ‘Dusty Fingers’ getting a special Metrik rework. ‘Sick Music 2019’ will be available as a 25-track digital download, 3 x CD (including 1 x Mixed CD) and a limited edition box-set, available exclusively from The Hospital Shop.

Included in this premium ‘Sick Music 2019’ lift-top box is a 4×12” vinyl pressing, which includes all 25 tracks in luxury printed spined sleeve inners, with a custom slipcase. A ‘Sick Music 2019’ 16GB USB, a ‘Sick Music 2019’ Tee and sticker set.

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Stranjah ft. Tony Ranks – Don’t Talk (Foreign Concept Remix)

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Deviant Audio returns in 2018 with a remix EP of the seminal hit ‘Don’t Talk’ by Stranjah and Tony Ranks. The remixes take the original into new territory ranging from dubby half-time to neuro steppers and UKG.

Foreign Concept from Critical Music presents us with a new school drum & bass mix that is sure to be a hit on the dancefloor. The heavyweight producer whips up a remix with splattering breaks and the grooviest of mind-bending basslines. Bonus we’ve also included an instrumental for those inclined.

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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!

Danny Byrd – Tonight (MJ Cole RMX)

Hospital Shop – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/danny-byrd/nhs180-tonight
iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/nl/album/tonight-feat.-netsky/id410331046?uo=4&at=11l9mP

With the ‘Rave Digger’ project continuing to do damage, Danny Byrd brings you the third single from the critically acclaimed LP. It’s been a manic few months for Hospital’s heavy hitter, with a packed release schedule, two A-List hits on Radio One and a well deserved break into the Top 40.

With a Hospital debut for UKG legend and remixer de jour MJ Cole who reworks “Tonight” into a super cool slice of 134bpm bassline goodness. Bumpin’ beats, warping synths and plenty of cache, this will be a staple in the record boxes of DJs from across the musical spectrum, working the territory between house, electro and dubstep to great effect.

Another huge hit in the making for Danny Byrd here!