Unglued’s reputation for producing serious bassweight across the D+B spectrum continues in 2020 with his ‘Zen’ EP. He spans through silky smooth sounds on ‘Zen’ ft. Cimone, bouncy funk on ‘Mic Strangler’ with the legendary MC GQ, sharp-edged grizzle on GLXY collaboration ‘Algorithm’, and tearout heat on the soundsystem slayer ‘Datafile’.
Out 10th April 2020 on all digital and streaming platforms, and on a white 12″ record.
Degs’ hit single ‘Poveglia’ and 8-track ‘Mixtape Sprayout’ has made him a drum & bass fan favourite, now he takes centre-stage to unveil his highly anticipated debut album, ‘Letters From Ndgewa’. As well as producing, writing and singing on his tracks, Degs has brought in an all-star collective with S.P.Y, Logistics, Unglued, LSB and Pola & Bryson. His unmistakable charisma is injected across 14 tracks, including his previous singles ‘Levitate Your Mind’ (ft Unglued) and ‘Killer’.
Marking the first chapter of Hospital Records’ 2020 story is the return of their flagship compilation series, ‘Sick Music 2020’. Loaded with 25 brand new tracks from the world of drum & bass, ranging from fresh original productions to exclusive new remixes and future classics from the Hospital Records family and some very special guests. The album kicks off the year with first-class sonics from the likes of London Elektricity, Kings Of The Rollers, S.P.Y, Grafix, Inja, Fred V, Unglued, Urbandawn, DRS & Dynamite, Kanine and more.
It all began with his uncle’s donated crates of early jungle records, now Hospital’s infamous young-gun Unglued serves up his own instalment of dancefloor warfare. ‘Born In ‘94’ is his homage to the golden era and is certain to pack in a crowd with its serious sub-bass and summer festival feel, topped with the legendary vocals of MC Conrad from a classic ‘93 tape pack.
After a two year hiatus, Bristol-based Hugh Hardie returns with 13-stunning tracks on his second studio album, ‘Shadows & Silhouettes’. After the success of the ‘Colourspace’ LP, he’s continued to develop his drum & bass style, producing a plethora of beautiful summer liquid, slick drumfunk and smooth down-tempo beats. He’s teamed up with the high-rising talents Pola & Bryson, Silence Groove and Unglued, as well as singer-songwriters Emer Dineen, Cimone, Robert Manos and Charlie Brix.
Hospital Records proudly present the next chapter in their massive compilation series, ’Sick Music 2019’. It’s packed with 25 brand new and exclusive tracks from Hospital and Med School surgeons alongside some very special guest features, all carefully selected as the future drum & bass anthems of 2019. This diverse selection of 174 beats comes from the likes of London Elektricity, Fred V, S.P.Y, Metrik, Grafix, Logistics, Whiney, Unglued, Benny L, Flava D, Bou, Pete Cannon, Gridlok and many more.
This month, Chris Goss and Ed Priest return to the airwaves for another 2 hours of fresh music, from across the full-spectrum of drum & bass. Joined by special guest Mitekiss, ahead of his debut LP on Hospital: ‘Crate Six Seven’ and Mr Porter for an exclusive live interview, this is the first place you can find out more about the enigmatic duo. If that wasn’t enough, the one and only Unglued delivers a deep and soulful guest-mix, showcasing his versatility as he rolls out for 30 minutes of fire.
With his previous exploits firmly leaving their mark upon the D+B scene, the latest instalment of Unglued‘s D+B domination comes in the form of his debut EP, ‘Deep, Dark & Dirty‘ – a four-track release encompassing the finest cutting-edge production talents from the young Hospital Records upstart!
After exploding onto the scene with unparalleled force, Unglued has become one of the hottest new prospects in drum & bass. Following his anthemic and record-breaking ‘If We Ever’ remix and debut single ‘Chicken In A Spacesuit’, he now releases his first EP on Hospital that takes things ‘Deep, Dark and Dirty’.
One of the underground drum & bass scene’s most promising young talents Unglued, finally releases the most sought after dubplate on the drum & bass circuit, his remix of High Contrast’s decade-long anthem ‘If We Ever’, on Hospital Records.
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