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New Technique  EP
506020 8840544
03 Dec 10
Drum And Bass
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New Technique - (6:07) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Bigfoot - (4:57) 174 BPM
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Sundown - (5:27)
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Relentless - (4:25) 174 BPM
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Played by: The Hollow Triangle
What Ive Always Waited For
NHS 231DD
25 Mar 13
Drum And Bass
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Morning Light - (6:35) 174 BPM
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Brown Shoes - (4:57) 174 BPM
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Everlasting Days (feat Lifford) - (4:55) 174 BPM
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We Live There (feat Drs) - (4:10) 174 BPM
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Start Again (feat SPY) - (5:41) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Escape Pod (interlude) - (1:14) 174 BPM
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Tripping In Space - (5:56) 174 BPM
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All The Things - (4:34) 174 BPM
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Shoot Me Down (feat Robert Manos) - (4:57) 173 BPM
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Memories - (4:56)
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What Ive Always Waited For - (5:48) 174 BPM
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Dusk (interlude) - (1:01) 174 BPM
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Day & Night - (4:52) 174 BPM
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Halflight - (5:50) 174 BPM
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Played by: Mooqee, Zen Dub
Review: Well, here it is, the collab album we've all been waiting for. Drum & bass brothers Nu:Tone and Logistics hit Hospital Records hard with an LP the scene has been crying out for since their first work together a decade ago. A killer combination of Logistic's pure breaks and Nu:Tone's ear for soulful samples, there was little doubt that this album was going to be a huge release for the label, and for Matt and Dan too. Opening with the beautiful haze of lead single "Morning Light", the release heads down different courses to reach various points in the D&B spectrum. The sunshine in "Brown Shoes" is hard to ignore, and interludes like "Escape Pod" are sci-fi journeys into the unknown, an interlude to cast the hard-hitting drama of their follow-up tracks into sharp focus. This is an album as we know and miss them - a piece of work intended to be listened to in one greedy sitting. So find a quiet corner and put those cans on.
What Ive Always Waited For (Special Edition)
NHS 231DDS
25 Mar 13
Drum And Bass
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Morning Light - (6:35) 174 BPM
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Brown Shoes - (4:57) 174 BPM
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Everlasting Days (feat Lifford) - (4:55) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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We Live There (feat Drs) - (4:10) 174 BPM
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Start Again (feat SPY) - (5:41) 175 BPM
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Escape Pod (interlude) - (1:14) 174 BPM
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Tripping In Space - (5:56) 174 BPM
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All The Things - (4:34) 174 BPM
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Shoot Me Down (feat Robert Manos) - (4:57) 173 BPM
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Memories - (4:56)
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What Ive Always Waited For - (5:48) 174 BPM
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Dusk (interlude) - (1:01) 174 BPM
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Day & Night - (4:52) 174 BPM
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Halflight - (5:50) 174 BPM
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Future Theory - (4:35) 174 BPM
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Geminis Child - (5:36) 174 BPM
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Grizzly - (4:58) 174 BPM
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St Pauls - (5:29) 175 BPM
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Hells Bells - (5:54) 174 BPM
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Last Kiss - (5:42) 174 BPM
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What Ive Always Waited For (continuous DJ mix) - (50:31) 174 BPM
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Played by: S Man
Everlasting Days
NHS 236DD
17 Jun 13
Drum And Bass
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Everlasting Days (feat Lifford) - (4:55) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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We Live There (feat DRS - VIP) - (4:27) 174 BPM
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Review: The third release from Nu:Logic's forthcoming monster album What I've Always Waited For is full of old-school bounce and joi de vivre. Channelling that unmistakeable Hospital sound from back in the day, both Nu:Tone and Logistics have worked hard to push a fresh outlook on dancefloor drum & bass, creating a niche or themselves in the process. Fuelling rapidfire breaks with garage and house influences and a big bassline-warped bottom end in the title track and cloaking DRS' dark lyrics with neuro in the surprisingly heavy flipside, expect their LP to be on every essential list this year.
Morning Light
NHS 229DD
25 Feb 13
Drum And Bass
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Morning Light - (6:39) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Grizzly - (4:58) 174 BPM
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Review: Hospital brothers Nu:Tone and Logistics always cause quite a stir when they put their collaboration hats on, and this little couplet of tracks really shows how both producers compliment each other's style. Nu:Tone's energy filters straight through Logistics' more considered approach, creating in "Morning Light", a beautiful balance between light and shade. "Grizzly" on the other hand is a hyperactive bouncer of a track, with the world's bassiest brass band parading down the low end and what sounds like spaceships taking off to reveal a trap-inspired hip hop groove Tyler, The Creator could be proud of. Truly mad, it's a fantastic example of the cut-and-paste way producers are playing with sounds right now, and it's hella fun to boot.
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