The follow up to the humungous “Ill Behaviour” single, ‘We Can Have It All’ by Danny Byrd is out now. Written on a plane as Danny travelled to a weekend gigging in Europe, the tune could have been called ‘Mile High Club’, but after the incredible vocal from Tori Beaumont was added, ‘We Can Have It All’ became self fulfilling prophecy.
Alongside the original, Breakbeat Kaos’ hottest property Sigma have been drafted in on remix duty. Cam and Joe have delivered a storming re-rub cranking the 140bpm original up to current D+B tempo with aplomb.
Also on board 18 year old prodigies Koan Sound deliver their Bristolian dubstep remix, adding 2010 grit to the 90s sound but keeping the tempo locked at 140bpm.
Not finished there the package sees Brummy breakbeat badboy Barbarix’s remix of ‘Ill Behaviour’ alongside the instrumental of the original.
Massive on BBC Radio One and the nations dancefloor to boot, get the single and remixes now on iTunes
Logistics is in the studio to tell us all about the release of his album “Spacejams”. Chris Goss is on host duty as we ask Logistics plenty of questions you sent us on Facebook and Twitter. There is new music from Medschool, Nu:Logic and Break also featured.
Straight from the musical hotbed of Saint-Petersburg in Russia, we are delighted to introduce yet another exciting new talent… introducing Unquote!
Fans of Hospital and Med School will have already caught a glimpse of his scintillating and seductive electronic sounds on “The Future Sound Of Russia” and “Remix Your Mind” EPs. If these somehow passed you by, make sure you check out his stunning debut Med School single!!
November 15th sees the CD + Digital release of “Space Jams” by Logistics.
One of the most prolific artists on hospital releasing over 90 tunes since signing in 2004. This collection contains the highpoints of his Hospital output so far. Together, Blackout, Inside My Soul and The Trip, all anthems on the dancefloor, now make their
way onto a full length release for fans new and old. There are also 2 stunning collabs with London Elektricity and Cyantific plus more recent smashers like the Future sound of Cambridge classic ‘Cosmonaut’.
A wealth of killer tracks previously only available on 12′ singles and Vinyl EPs – Space Jams is out now. Hospital Shop
The boys tell us all about their European tour and the “System is a Remix” album on Hospital.
On the Hospital Shop, when you buy a finished copy of one of our releases on vinyl we give you the tracks on that vinyl as MP3s too. So you get the tracks on vinyl for the turntables plus the tracks for your MP3 player, instantly and completely free.
Thanks for keeping on buying vinyl, see you over at the Hospital Shop
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It’s been a little while since our last democast and with London Elektricity hard at work in the studio Riley, who works behind the scenes on the Hospital podcast, stepped up to showcase your finest demos.
There are some great tracks here, we love recieving your demos. You can get your tracks to us by clearly labelling an MP3 and sending it via aim to the screen name hospitaldubs.