New Hospital Comp mixed by Nu:Logic feat 22 Unreleased Tracks


After a two year hiatus ‘Hospitality’ is back, and bigger than ever! This massive fifth installment comes fresh from winning “Best Club Night” (for the fourth year running!) at the Drum&Bass Arena awards.

This time round the album has doubled in size, with not one but two full CD length mixes. Put together by Hospital stalwart Nu:Tone, who hits the turntables fresh from his recent album success with ‘Future History’ which reached no 7 in the iTunes dance chart.

Containing 22 brand new previously unreleased tracks, Hospitality 2015 features a full spectrum of D+B artists; from High Contrast to Icicle, from Hazard and Etherwood to Noisia, all flavours of D+B are covered in these two exhilarating mixes. With some superb remixes from the likes of Break, Logistics, Culture Shock and LSB also included – no stone is left unturned.

Exclusive unreleased tracks to the album include a special VIP edition of Nu:Logic’s ‘Everlasting Days’ which both Gresham brothers have been unleashing in recent sets, as well as a cheeky re-rub of legendary Zed Bias’s jungle classic ‘Something About This’.

Other exclusives come from D&BA best newcomer producer 2014 winner Maduk, as well as Technimatic, London Elektricity, Russ Chimes, Nu:Tone and more.

To celebrate 18 years of Hospital Records throughout 2014, Hospitality brought together thousands of people, who all shared the same love for music, in a series of worldwide events. Bringing Hospitality firmly into 2015, this compilation provides a panoramic snapshot of D+B and brings you the very best of Hospitality.

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