Skip Navigation

MY FILTERS
 
Release Date
Pressure Plate
MODULE 003
04 Oct 10
Drum And Bass
BUY
Judda - "Pressure Plate" - (5:39) 173 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
BUY
Krakota & Judda - "Rodan" - (5:15) 173 BPM
from $1.92
Strange System
NHS 293DD
29 Jul 16
Drum And Bass
BUY
North Winds - (5:13) 58 BPM
BUY
Krakota & Karina Ramage - "Colour The Past" - (5:04) 170 BPM
BUY
Samphire - (5:19) 174 BPM
BUY
Xylo - (6:32) 174 BPM
BUY
Turn Of Fate - (4:25) 174 BPM
BUY
Krakota & London Elektricity - "Powder Coated" - (5:25) 175 BPM
BUY
Half Life - (4:26) 174 BPM
BUY
Krakota & Lifford - "In The Area" - (4:55) 173 BPM
BUY
Elastic - (3:49) 173 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
BUY
Carmine - (4:37) 175 BPM
BUY
Meridian - (4:30) 174 BPM
BUY
Krakota & ILLAMAN - "Weirdos & Creepers" - (4:13) 174 BPM
BUY
Krakota & Benji Clements - "End Of The Line" - (4:30) 174 BPM
BUY
Sea Air - (6:07) 174 BPM
BUY
Strange System (continuous DJ mix) - (41:24) 174 BPM
from $2.44
Review: The moment the quintessential rave synths, rolling breaks and cooing female vocals on album opener "North Winds" hit you, you know Krakota's put together something special. Coming on strong like a young Logistics but with his own soul-flecked signature, Krakota has weight, a strong sense of history and scope. The footwork beats and New York sounding synths on "Turn Of Fate", the big band flourishes of "Powder Coated", the writhing jazz snakery of "Elastic" the horror movie spikes and MC venom of "Weirdos & Creepers". Pick a track, any track, and we guarantee Krakota's smashed it. Hospital don't mess around with artist albums... Here's a perfect reminder why.
Scraper
RECIPE 025
23 Jan 12
Drum And Bass
BUY
Scraper - (5:12) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
BUY
Tunnel Vision - (6:08) 170 BPM
from $1.92
Played by: Breakbeat.is
Review: Krakota steps up for the next instalment from Ingredients' extensive cookery school. It's deep, weighty bass-led business from the off in title track "Scraper". A sci-fi soaring intro with hissing atmospherics gives way to a bassline roller with razor sharp snares and metallic SFX, before the same out of space symphony returns as the track progresses, adding to the pervasive sense of unease. "Tunnel Vision", its musical accompaniment, again channels a bewildering feel with deep sub bass, whirring b-line and terse, hissing drums. Another excellent offering from the Ingredients camp - delicious!
Ice Hands
NHS 269DD
02 Mar 15
Drum And Bass
BUY
Ice Hands - (4:53) 174 BPM
BUY
Ghosts - (5:14) 58 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
from $2.44
Review: Krakota knows how to squeeze every last drop of emotion out of his productions - a rare feat, given most with similar talents for creating ten-tonne drum and bass devastation tend to leave out the feels. Mixing delicate textures with an onslaught of towering bass ramping up the pressure with every rumble, it's a track full of surprises. Just wait 'til the manic breaks kick in. What a belter.
Citadels
NHS 278DD
02 Oct 15
Drum And Bass
BUY
In The Area (with Lifford) - (4:57) 173 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
BUY
Citadels - (4:48) 175 BPM
BUY
Crash Pad - (4:41) 174 BPM
BUY
Lazy Bones - (4:33) 172 BPM
from $2.44
Review: Since signing to Hospital last year Krakota has delivered a progressively on-point stream of rollers and bubblers. Hot on the heels of "Ice Hands" and "Ghosts" comes the Bournemouth artist's first fully fledged EP and it's something of a vibe marathon: "In The Area" soothes with soft harmonic basses in a similar way to early Netsky or perhaps Nu:Logic material, "Citadels" is a floaty, cosmic meander through the jungle milky way. Looking for Krakota's harder side? Look no further than "Crash Pads"; all Experience-era detuned synths and swashbuckling amens, it's undiluted rave juice. Finally "Lazy Bones" brings us back to earth with a piano-shaped cushion... Before packing us off to sub boot camp with some very devious but subtle bass dynamics. Krakota's best release to date, without question.
Xylo
NHS 263DD
13 Oct 14
Drum And Bass
BUY
Xylo - (6:28) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
BUY
Irregular - (4:28) 174 BPM
from $2.44
Review: You can always rely on Krakota to come up with the goods, and true to form "Xylo" is a perfect mashup of his own fresh and forthright style and the old days we all love. Subby and surly, it's moody enough to bring some serious stepping to the floor but packing enough punch to hit headline slots. "Irregular" takes over the flip side with the tang of brutal synths in tow as rolling bass rumbles under skitterish snares. Nasty in all the best ways, there's a good chance you've already had your head down to this over the summer fest period. Now's your chance to put a name to the beat and introduce your neighbours to it too. Thanks, Krakota!
Sooty
INTEGRAL 021
05 Dec 11
Drum And Bass
BUY
Krakota & Judda - "Sooty" - (5:19) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
BUY
Lomax - "Palomar" (remix) - (5:13) 174 BPM
from $1.92
Hospital Goes To Let It Roll
NHS 291DD
17 Jun 16
Drum And Bass
BUY
Logistics - "Destination" - (4:34) 174 BPM
BUY
Krakota & Lifford - "In The Area" (VIP) - (4:55) 173 BPM
BUY
Whiney & Ed Tullett - "They Will Come" - (4:20) 58 BPM
BUY
Anile - "Containment" - (5:20) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
from $2.44
Review: Let It Roll: Prague's drum & bass festival mecca reaches new heights every year as they involve and work with more of the scene's key labels. Part of a series of EPs from influential labels, Hospital joins the fray with four unreleased power punches: Logistics' gets his crunch on harder than usual with "Destination", Krakota busies up the soul VIP-style "In The Area", Whiney proffers a Bcee-level vocal massage on "They Will Come" while Anile closes the show on a dark rolling note. Think 98-era Total Science and you're not far off.
Ulterior Motive Versus EP
SUBTITLESUK 018D
01 Oct 12
Drum And Bass
BUY
Ulterior Motive & Lenzman - "Catharsis" - (5:38) 172 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
BUY
Ulterior Motive & Hybris - "Bring Out" - (5:52) 172 BPM
BUY
Ulterior Motive & FD - "Drum Circle" - (4:52) 172 BPM
BUY
Ulterior Motive & Krakota - "Minesweeper" - (5:02) 172 BPM
from $1.92
Review: Ulterior Motive head up this three-track EP on Critical, teaming up with three hot new talents along the way. First up is their collab with Hybris - "Bring Out". This one builds from a contemplative intro full of ticking beats and watery SFX into a nice little roller with quirky atmospherics and gently jittery rhythms. Next they join forces with FD in "Drum Circle", where, you've guessed it, it's all about the drums but also watch out for the tough, rough bass and warping sounds which add further bark to the bite. Last but not least, the boys team up with label boss Kasra for the epic "Minesweeper" which goes in deep with gnarly b-line, grouchy SFX and plenty of punch. Big things!
Add to Wishlist
Add to Chart
Add to Wishlist
Add all tracks to Chart