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!
Filmed by LiveFi
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls… prepare to witness something that’s never been seen before at Brixton Academy on Friday 27th September. Join us for the landmark Hospitality event “The Final.”
Taking place at 9pm will be performances from some of the scene’s top brawlers as they battle it out for dominance of their respective weights and regions as we prepare to see who will be crowned champion of Brixton.
Earlybirds for this one off spectacular sold out within a record time of 48hours, Round Two tickets swiftly followed suit and Round 3 tickets are nearly all gone too!
We’re back in Brixton tonight, and as it’s the bank holiday weekend we’ve brought out the big guns! Don’t miss out on what will be our biggest show yet.
With a rare opportunity to see a London DJ set from in-demand Belgian superstar NETSKY as well as the inimitable DANNY BYRD dropping the bomb of his highly anticipated “Golden Ticket” album this is an unmissable show.
The last few tickets are available on
Ticketweb so be sure to grab one to guarantee your entry on the night. Tickets on the door will be very limited, so please do buy in advance.
Tonights event will not be recorded or streamed on youtube, so you really do need to be there to truly be a part of it.
Hear our custom Funktion One soundsystem, see the giant “H” stage production, check out incredible sets from Netsky, Danny Byrd,London Elektricty, Nu:Logic, Metrik and many more, and if you arrive early enough, get a bottle of Hospital’s very special “Doctors Orders” beer before it sells out!
ANNOUNCEMENT – Due to travel disruption at Heathrow airport we are sorry to have to announce that Camo & Krooked are unable to appear at Hospitality tonight. We would like to apologise for any disappointment this may cause. The fantastic ETHERWOOD will be now be stepping up with the opening set in Room One.
After delivering some of 2012’s most iconic music, High Contrast returns with another superb single to get 2013 off to a cracking start.
First up, we have the awe-inspiring “Spectrum Analyser” with its immense intro that artfully pairs a driving, mechanical tone with bleepy 8-bit SFX. Flipping over for “Some Things Never Change”, this one is full of nostalgic undertones and drifting melodies. With a vintage sound reminding you exactly why you love High Contrast so much, “Some Things Never Change” remains true to its title.
Headlining the Hospital room are: High Contrast, S.P.Y, Total Science, Maldini and Ad Gannon, plus MCs Wrec, Texas and Lowqui, whilst Union host the other room with Joker, Kode 9, Pinch, Scratcha DVA and Union DJs.
It is no longer a secret that High Contrast has been busy working on a truly monumental project in summer 2012. Since the release of his fourth artist album “The Agony & The Ecstasy” earlier in the year, he had been locked in his studio at a secret HQ in a recently re-developed area of East London, preparing what has inevitably become the soundtrack to our summer off the back of two weeks of sporting success.
If you’ve not heard all the news then head over to www.highlycontrasting.com
The reason? High Contrast was employed, along with Underworld, to produce some of the music for the opening ceremony and athlete’s parade. We are incredibly proud of Lincoln.
For more info, head over to his blog www.highlycontrasting.com
to read all about it.