At Hospital Records, Med School and Hospitalitydnb we recognise the gender imbalance within drum & bass. We want to be at the forefront of pushing through a positive change for the scene and music that we all love, towards a more representative community that creates equal opportunities for everyone. On International Women’s Day 2019 we joined Smirnoff’s Equalising Music campaign, endorsed by PRS for Music Keychange.
Firing straight from Whiney’s ‘Waystone’ LP is the enchanting ‘Spheres’; a collaborative force of nature with fellow Med School maverick Keeno, made truly timeless by the sublime vocals of singer/songwriter Pippa Violets.
Leaders of the new generation and purveyors of dancefloor chaos Serum, Voltage and Bladerunner return to the frontline of drum & bass with their debut, self-titled album ‘Kings Of The Rollers’. Whilst each has their own high-grade production style, these three royals have managed to create a sum greater than their parts, as they steamroll through all the rules to deliver an absolute bruiser of an LP.
On the ultimate and final instalment of Bop’s ‘Untitled Patterns’ series, ‘Patterns I Have Known And Loved’, the master of moody and marvellous sonics takes an extraordinary voyage into the outskirts of electronic music and beyond, with this special edition release for Record Store Day 2019.
We’re happy to announce that Nu:Logic’s remix of Netsky’s ‘Iron Heart’ and Whiney’s remix of Etherwood’s ‘Begin By Letting Go’ will available exclusively on vinyl at Record Store Day UK 2019!