The album is jam-packed with 29 essential hot new tunes and unreleased exclusives from Hospital artists such as Metrik, Danny Byrd, High Contrast, Netsky, S.P.Y, Nu:Logic and Fred V & Grafix as well as tracks from further afield from the likes of Wilkinson, The Upbeats, Phace & Noisia, Fracture, Ivy Lab, recent Med School signing Rawtekk and many more.
This will take place at Moles in Bath between 10pm – 4am on Friday 7th June 2013.
LINE UP: Danny Byrd, London Elektricity, Brookes Brothers and support from L-While. Hosted by Dynamite MC & Carasel.
Limited Early Byrd Tickets £10
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.
Continuing the ever-successful New Blood series into the year 2013 and beyond is the next instalment of fresh cuts from a whole new generation of Med School undergraduates. Featuring the undiscovered stars of the future, ‘New Blood 013’ brings together a collection of sounds from the underground and presents them as a compilation album.
‘New Blood 013′ is due out on 29th April. Check out the previews over on www.medschoolmusic.com
The 200th Hospital podcast will take place today, Monday 15th April and will be live streamed on the Hospital YouTube channel.
As usual it will be hosted by London Elektricity and will feature a number of special D+B guests. However, what’s not usual is that the podcast will be live streamed from a secret (South) East London location.
We will be live streaming the podcast between 4pm – 6pm BST on the Hospital Records YouTube Channel – tune in HERE
Recent signing Metrik crashes onto the Hospital release schedule with this immense self-titled EP.
Hot on the heels of his Essential Mix for BBC Radio One, Metrik has forged a reputation for producing top-notch peak time tunes with catchy hooks and uplifting vibes a-plenty.
Featuring four tracks: “Break Of Dawn”, “Out Of The Fire”, “Solar” and “Distant Shores”, the “Metrik” EP showcases his musically expansive, techy sound which will impress, move and energize their audience in equal measure.
To mark the release of Fred V & Grafix’s first solo release on Hospital, we also have this awesome video to accompany the lead track “Goggles”. Check it out and make sure you grab a copy of the “Goggles” EP from: Hospital Shop / iTunes.
Calm and mellow from start to finish, “Morning Light” is a blissed out track which pairs pattering drums with cooing vocals for maximum effect, whilst guitar strumming and sub-heavy upright bass add weight and depth.
Over on the flipside we have the not-so-cuddly “Grizzly” which switches up the tempo and goes for the jugular with superb trigger-clicking, bass-ridden stabbing beats.
With its unassuming bleep intro, “Goggles” will no doubt take some by surprise with its subterranean sounds as bubbling bass and intricate arpeggios; “Games People Play” ups the ante with a more recognisable Fred V & Grafix aesthetic and then we have “Denmark Road” with its shimmying soundscape, shuffling breaks and Calibre-esque sweeps. Beware the epic “Basilisk” awaiting at the end of the EP with its hypnotizing intro and contorting synth work.
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