Coming storming back after a three year hiatus, Hospital stalwart Matt Gresham aka Logistics is back with his fourth artist album on London's legendary D&B imprint. The follow up to 2009's Crash, Bang, Wallop sees the Cambridge based producer take a more synth-led approach, covering a wide range of tempos and styles across the 15-track selection but still retaining his core sound. Highlights include "2999 (Wherever You Go)", future jungle cut "Early Again" and the gorgeous melodies of "Sendai Song", not forgetting euphoric outro "Watching The World Go By". Top quality stuff here - don't miss out.
Logistics, aka Matthew Gresham, famed for his jungle flavoured rollers, brings us a hands-in-the-air anthem in the shape of "We Are One", with oodles of old-skool appeal in the rave stabs and euphoric vocal, whilst the Nu:Logic mix sees Logistics team up with older brother and fellow Hospital artist Nu:Tone, transforming the original into a massive amen-driven monster with sparkling piano melodies. Zed Bias adds a dose of funk to the proceedings in his stripped back version, whilst Other Echoes gives it the dubstep treatment as we near the end. "Timelapse" rounds things off with an expansive, widescreen intro into a euphoric, vocal-driven drop. Essential.