Pursuing a rapid ascension to D&B’s top table since signing to Hospital Records Fred V & Grafix have quickly become one of the most talked about acts in the scene. Having remixed top 10 hits for Rudimental and Subfocus, and released a string of singles and tracks on Hospital, they now present their debut long player. An ambitious and consummate development of the sound they have become know for, built on a solid foundation of d&b beats, the album combines their love for live music, weighty sub bass and creative collaborations with newschool vocalists and producers. With the support of dance music luminaries Subfocus and Netsky, as well as backing from Radio one’s Zane Lowe, Annie Mac and Mistajam, Fred V & Grafix are well on the way to crossover success.
As we prepare for the release of Fred V & Grafix album ‘Recognise’ next Monday we take over two venues as part of the album launch celebrations.
The Exeter Phoenix will play host to a selection of some of the finest talent from the Hospital roster, both in terms of breakthrough acts as well as more established names.
Early Bird Tickets for this one-off spectacular have sold out, so don’t sleep and make sure you’re a part of it.
On April 2nd, the intimate basement setting of The Nest in Dalston. Joining the Devonshire duo will be exciting breakthrough talent in the form of Reso & Chords, as well as support from Pola. Very limited Early Bird tickets are priced at just £8.00: this event will be a sellout so get involved while you can!
On Friday 7th February we headed back to the legendary O2 venue, Building Six (formally Matter) as part of the first leg of our 18th Birthday celebrations.
The atmosphere was second to none and the emotions were running high for the Hospital team and all the artists.
Here’s your chance to check out the full recording of High Contrast’s DJ set at Hospitality at Building Six (formerly Matter), London, on February 7th 2014, hosted by MC Wrec!
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