The latest single from Netsky has landed today and it’s an absolute heater. Teaming up with New Zealand-based Montell2099, ‘Mixed Emotions‘ delivers classic liquid drum & bass energy and is a 2020 take on Netsky’s signature style. Taken from his forthcoming album ‘Second Nature‘, marking Netsky’s return to the sound he knows and loves, it’s safe to say that drum & bass lovers around the globe are in for a treat as his fourth album is unraveling itself to be guaranteed future classic.
It’s finally here! Netsky’s first single from the project which marks his return to D+B is out today. Nostalgic euphoria with a futuristic twist, ‘I See The Future In Your Eyes‘ is available now across digital and streaming platforms!
Expect everything that makes up that classic liquid sound and more. Uplifting melodies, dreamy synth-work and punchy drums are in no shortage on most Netsky’s most recent D+B tip, all whilst he showcases how far he’s come as a producer over the years. The bar has been set high – we can’t wait to unveil what he’s got in store next!
In light of recent times, we’re extremely excited to announce Netsky’s return to D+B – injecting that much needed positivity into our community. The first single, ‘I See The Future In Your Eyes’ from his groundbreaking new project is released this Friday! Pre-save now to be the first to hear his latest rendition of that classic liquid-funk sound, familiar to D+B lovers worldwide…
‘I’m delighted to be working on a brand new record with Netsky, especially in the 10 year anniversary of his Hospital debut. Boris has always been family to us, and his music is a special feature of our (almost) 25 year long catalogue… we can’t wait to unveil his brand new drum & bass in the coming months.” – Chris Goss (Co-founder of Hospital Records).
You can perform your favourite drum & bass tracks at home with our Hospital Piano Music songbook!
We’re happy to announce that Nu:Logic’s remix of Netsky’s ‘Iron Heart’ and Whiney’s remix of Etherwood’s ‘Begin By Letting Go’ will available exclusively on vinyl at Record Store Day UK 2019!
After a six-year hiatus, everyone’s favourite Hospital compilation returns. Witness the sickness, this is drum & bass, this is ‘Sick Music 2018’.
With 24 brand new tracks, the series that brought the world early stories of Netsky, Wilkinson, Sigma and Fred V & Grafix is back. The heritage of this series speaks volumes, and Sick Music 2018 takes the quality to a whole new level. Filled to the brim with dangerous dubplates this full spectrum injection is a must have for each and every D+B devotee.
Recorded infront of a packed crowd at Work Bar in Angel, London Elektricity presents the 300th edition of the Hospital Podcast – expect a whole heap of classic material, upfront cuts from around the world of drum & bass, as well as interviews with some very special guests.
Michael Schack is a fantastically tight and versatile drummer who plays with many artists throughout the years, but is currently the main rhythm machine behind Hospital Records Netsky Live show.
Anyone who has seen Netsky live will verify that this guy is a human beat machine that performs his blistering breakbeats and rock solid grooves with effortless perfection, and here he has recorded a huge amount of grooves, hits and midi files, enabling producers worldwide to capture the essence of what has made him one of the most in demand drummers within dance music circles.
To celebrate our 18 years in the game, we bring you an outstanding selection of brand new and exclusive tracks. Curated over the last six months specifically for this project this outstanding triple album is groaning at the seams with label heavy hitters such as High Contrast, Danny Byrd, Netsky and London Elektricity, as well as showcasing new music from some of the most exciting new talents around, including Fred V & Grafix, Metrik, S.P.Y, and Medschool’s man of the moment Etherwood.
With the drum & bass scene bigger and badder than ever before in 2014, could we ever have imagined way back in 1996 when Hospital was launched that we would have gone from a tiny eccentric imprint to the all conquering label we are today?
We’ve called on our family and friends to chip in with remixes and collaborative input from the likes of Shogun Audio’s Friction, Total Science and DJ Marky and with eyes on the future we’ve sought the sound of things to come in the shape of Hugh Hardie, Ed:It, Krakota and Rollz.
With label retrospectives ten a penny, this album looks squarely forward and defines 2014s d+b agenda with 29 outstanding moments. So, who’s up for another 18 years?
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