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Logistics returns with his first release since 2012′s ‘Fear Not‘ album, having spent the last two years collaborating with his brother Dan Nu:tone on the critically acclaimed ‘Nu:Logic’ project.
A return to the classic Hospital sound which Logistics has helped shape; uplifting piano chords, a euphoric bassline and sublime vocal chops ‘Somersaults’ will appeal to longtime d+b fans who remember the classic soulful era of the genre, as well as the new generation of liquid disciples. Triangles’ provides the perfect antidote. Where ‘Somersaults’s is the perfect Saturday night, “Triangles” is Sunday morning. Aural salve guaranteed to lower your heart rate and sooth your soul.
Danny Byrd is back with none other than legendary jungle MC General Levy. Kicking off with a turbo-charged intro, “Blaze The Fire (Rah!)” fuses dancehall sensibility with Danny Byrd’s trademark high energy sound – all punctuated by the General’s inimitable vocal ticks and blazing energy.
Leading light of the Playaz camp Sub Zero provides a stepping 2012 jump up re-interpretation, complete with shuddering subs and grinding synths. Keeping the original junglist vibe in check Sub Zero condenses the format down for the jump up contingent. A digital exclusive from Stray completes the EP, amplifying the jungle vibes with rattling breaks, punchy kicks and oodles of old skool flavour. This one’s all about the drums. Enjoy!
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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.
London Elektricity returns with another podcast live and direct from the Hospital HQ in Sydenham, South London.
New tracks from Nu:Logic, DJ Fresh, Unquote plus a wicked Koan Sound remix of Danny Byrd are all there for you to check.
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