HOSPITAL RECORDS - 2xCD SICK MUSIC COMPILATION - £8.99@HMV
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HOSPITAL RECORDS - 2xCD SICK MUSIC COMPILATION - £[email protected]

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Found 19th Jun 2009
ANYONE WHO LISTENS TO THE HOSPITAL RECORDS PODCAST WILL HAVE HEARD A LOT OF THESE DRUM N BASS TUNES - ABSOLUTE QUALITY!

Sick Music is the brand new compilation from Hospitals A&E hit squad. Spreading like a global pandemic with top surgeons like London Elektricity, Cyantific and Total Science donning their scrubs and getting down to business alongside up and coming ambulance chasers like Apex, Randomer and B-complex, who are ready to unleash some truly infectious beats. Expect the full gamut of the Hospital sound here V from experimental cuts to downright dancefloor anthems.

The first signs of the sickness come in the shape of the sampler 12 featuring the massive Logistics remix of Danny Breaks Volume1 b/w Sigmas Annie Mac anthem Paint It Black. Now its time for the full selection, dropping on collectors edition 4x vinyl for your extended listening pleasure, 4 pieces of heavyweight Hospital vinyl; scalpel sharp - bleeding edge drum+bass pressure.

First up is Slovakian B-Complex with a rich tapestry of sounds in the shape of 'Beautiful' lies a tune made popular on Hospitals award winning podcast which has had subscribers clambering for a release. Influx UK is up next, the man who first appeared on Hospital way back in 2002 is back with the solid soul stepper 'Get Near'. Featuring north London soul boy nay on a rare-groove vocal flex, this is already becoming a sing-a-long classic at Hospitality.

Cyantific show us exactly why they are so highly regarded as a production outfit with 'Empty Streets' a subtle lesson in studio skill. Lo-fi rumblings and rain-soaked atmospherics paint a scene of desolate beauty. Apex takes London Elektricitys euphoric vocal cut and adds a sultry dancefloor twist, its fitting for a main room, peak-time set as it is on the FM dial - the vocal will have you hooked from the first listen.

Total Science are veterans of the scene who need no introduction 'Archive' is a testament to why theyre still so highly regarded. Demonstrating an extraordinary ability to adapt and create classic Jungle vibes but with a crisp future-proof sound. Up next its slick vocal chops and pumping side-chained synths all the way to keep the dancefloor rocking on Antipodean audio architect Agent Alvins awesome 'Drift Away'.

Even on the final disc of this heavyweight package theres no let up! Newcomer Randomer smashed down the door with a truly twisted bassline excision. Revel in the science of the low frequency waveform as the Synth Geek shows us his secret underground laboratory and rattles our bassbins in the process. Finlands finest Muffler completes the line up with another room filling anthem. The tumbling piano riff rolls round while orchestral strings soar and the searing saw-tooth bass moves your feet. Hands in the air people!

Quite simply, this is the most comprehensive prescription package since Tami flu. Our advices - always read the label, and if in doubt, consult your doctor or pharmacist.

7 Comments

Are they are popular beat combo?? :-)

I know, I AM getting really old

Original Poster

Music from Hospital Records is becoming increasingly popular, if you like drum n bass it is an essential purchase, if you dont like drum n bass, then you will after listening to this!

I'm a hospital records *****. Anything on that label is awesome, logistics, london elektricity, danny byrd, high contrast. :thumbsup::thumbsup:

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ahh Hospital used to be cool but gone a bit too mainstream now, quite into minimal liquid d&b at the moment!

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JustifiedAncient;5533004

ahh Hospital used to be cool but gone a bit too mainstream now, quite … ahh Hospital used to be cool but gone a bit too mainstream now, quite into minimal liquid d&b at the moment!



know what you mean, but this compilation is keeping it underground, no high contrast on here!

anthony712;5532847

Are they are popular beat combo?? :-)I know, I AM getting really old



I've never heard of them,,,
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