Two worlds collide for the Camo & Krooked x Kolonovits & Orchestra ‘Red Bull Symphonic’ project where drum & bass is beautifully infused with classical music. Powerhouse Austrian duo Camo & Krooked teamed up with Christian Kolonovits and The Max Steiner Orchestra for a monumental reinterpretation of 22 Camo & Krooked classics.
In what was “the biggest challenge of (their) lives”, in February 2020, Austrian drum & bass duo Camo & Krooked collaborated with the legendary composer Christian Kolonovits to mix electronic music with symphonic sounds and perform live with a 74-piece orchestra. After several months of dedication the result was ‘Red Bull Symphonic’, premiered with two exclusive shows in an even more exclusive location, Vienna’s Wiener Konzerthaus, a first-choice venue for the world’s leading classical composers. Released on 7th May.
You can perform your favourite drum & bass tracks at home with our Hospital Piano Music songbook!
After the effects of their Haitian weapon ‘Loa’ and recent heavyweight collaboration with Mefjus ‘Kallisto’, Hospital Records’ architects of the anti-drop, Camo & Krooked unleash their huge hip-hop meets drum & bass hybrid, ‘Set It Off‘ with the lyrical mastery of hip-hop legend Jeru The Damaja.
2018 sees the return of Hospitals’ most iconic compilation series, Sick Music! After a 6 year hiatus, we’re bringing back the series that launched artists like Fred V & Grafix, Wilkinson, Sigma, and Netsky! In 2018 we bring 24 brand new and unreleased tracks, from the likes of Danny Byrd, Hugh Hardie, Keeno, Mitekiss, Unglued, Whiney, Urbandawn and the first ever single from Kings Of The Rollers. Spanning the full spectrum of D+B this flagship compilation’s return is the ultimate way to kick start 2018.
For the first time in seven years, we give you the Hospital Records Accapella collection. This second edition features sterling vocalists: Rothwell, Emer Dineen, Kate Westall and Eva Lazarus. Such a versatile and exquisite collective of artists have provided, for your production pleasure, an album of beautiful vocal samples available for the first time ever.
Hospitality London 2014 – Celebrating 18 years of Hospital Records
We are celebrating Hospital Records 18th birthday in 2014, so in honour of this milestone we are taking an emotional trip down memory lane by revisiting iconic venues across London that have helped to make Hospitality events what they are today.
February 7th we head up to Building Six (previously the famous Matter nightclub of the 02 Arena). “The best club in the world” according to London Elektricity during our Matter residency, we are excited to return to this world class venue, of course we will be bringing a world class lineup, soundsystem and atmosphere… as standard.
Then on May 4th we will be stepping even further back into the history books for a one-off spectacular at our beloved Heaven – a maze of dancefloors, bars and sound systems located under the arches of Charing Cross station in the heart of central London, a nightclub engraved on the heart of British rave culture. Those who remember the original Hospitality events at Heaven will know these were really special occasions, and we aim to recapture that vibe in 2014 with the best artists and the friendliest crowd. And for those who never made it to Heaven all those years ago, this is your chance to experience an integral piece of Hospitality history.
Both events promise to be something to saviour, completely unique whilst including everything you love about Hospitality. For this reason we have come up with a ticket that gets you into both, click combo ticket, and we will see you there!
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‘Loving You Is Easy’ shows us even more soul and disco style from the boys, and has become a centrepiece of their DJ sets, as well as radio tracklistings across the airwaves.
Alongside the original tempo version there are remixes from S.P.Y who ups the twists up both genre and tempo pairing an infectious garage bassline under skittering d&b backing, Infuze strips things back with some minimal dub sensibility while up-coming Belgian star Pomrad broadens the genre-pool further with his unique maximal sound.
As if all that wasn’t enough the package is rounded off with the apocalyptic ‘Armageddon’ featuring the signature Camo & Krooked sound. Heavy industrial synths build and build to a riotous drop with pile driving drums and shuddering sub-bass.
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