Various Artists – “New Blood 014″ OUT NOW!

September 15th, 2014

New Blood 014


The boundary-pushing ‘New Blood’ series returns in 2014 boasting another diverse tracklist, incorporating a healthy dose of drum+bass with a spattering of half-time, down-tempo and experimental rhythms.

‘New Blood 014′ is the latest instalment of fresh cuts from a new generation of Med School undergraduates and undiscovered stars of the future. Graduates from previous editions include Etherwood, Royalston, Keeno, Anile, Lung, Rawtekk and Joe Syntax, all of whom now permanently and exclusively reside on the label. Who from the class of 2014 will make the grade?

Months of extensive talent-scouting and listening to countless demos has resulted in an expansive and genre-crossing collection of sounds that will impress drum+bass specialists across the board.

Read Q+As with the artists… HERE.
Grab some Med School discounts on the Hospital Shop… HERE.

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FREE DOWNLOAD: Bop “The Backbone Flute”

September 14th, 2014


You can download “The Backbone Flute”, taken from Bop’s third album “Punk’s Not Dead”, for FREE! Head over to Thump, the electronic music & culture channel from Vice, to read their review and download the track…

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Forza Horizon 2 : Etherwood, Rawtekk, Keeno and Royalston

September 3rd, 2014

We’re delighted to announce that Med School has a handful of tracks on the new Forza Horizon 2 computer game on Xbox One. Big sister Hospital has a dedicated in-game radio station (hosted by London Elektricity and Hospital M.D. Chris Goss) and amongst the 20-strong tracklist are tracks by Etherwood, Rawtekk, Keeno and Royalston.

The best bit is that “Nocturne” by Keeno provides the soundtrack to the coveted “press start” sequence, which means it is the first track you hear when you play the game!

Check out the Hospital Record website or the Forza offical website for more info and the full tracklist!

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Med School at The Colombian (Corsica Studios) 14.11.2014

August 29th, 2014

Med School at The Colombian (Corsica Studios) 14.11.2014


Following May’s jam-packed, sold out show, we return to our new home, The Colombian at Corsica Studios in Elephant & Castle for another intimate night of Med School music.

The line-up will be revealed soon, but we can assure you that we’re not holding anything back for what is set to be our biggest show of the year.

Limited ‘Early Bird’ tickets sold out in a matter of hours and the £12.50 advance tickets are selling quickly. Don’t sleep on this!!!

Address: Elephant Road, London, SE17 1LB
Nearest tube: Elephant & Castle
Confirm your attendance on Facebook… HERE.

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CD and t-shirt reductions – must end Fri 19th Sept

August 25th, 2014

To celebrate the release of “New Blood 014″ we thought we’d offer you the chance to get your hands on CD copies of the previous editions at a special reduced price of just £2.50. T-shirts are also reduced to just £10.

** This offer will end on Friday 19th September 2014 **

Check out a few highlights from the compilation series in this YouTube playlist.

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Bop – Micromix #4 – FREE DOWNLOAD

August 15th, 2014

Somehow three years have passed since Micromix #3 but with the release of “Punk’s Not Dead” last month, it’s now time for the fourth instalment!

Sit back and enjoy some highlights from the new LP plus two bonus Bop remixes, all condensed into just thirteen blissful minutes.

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Med School staff picks (Spotify playlist)

August 12th, 2014

Check out what’s hot on the Med School office stereo. Follow our Spotify playlist… HERE.

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Keeno “Life Cycle” : Q+As with Pat Fulgoni, Zoë Klinck, Louisa Bass and Whiney

August 11th, 2014

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We caught up with the collaborators on Keeno’s debut album “Life Cycle” to find out a bit more about them. Make sure you read the interviews with Pat Fulgoni, Zoë Klinck, Louisa Bass and Whiney.

There’s also a Q+A with the man himself, Keeno, right HERE.

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Bop “Punk’s Not Dead” – Out Now!!!

July 28th, 2014

ORDER NOW >>> iTunes / Hospital Shop

Med School are proud to present the brand new album “Punk’s Not Dead” by our longest established artist, Bop.

Since signing to the label in 2008, Bop has released two albums that have received wide acclaim from across the electronic music community. In this, his third album, which features collaborations with the likes of Synkro, Diagram and Elsa Esmeralda, Bop progresses his sound even further with a consummate collection of tracks which brings new influences to the ‘Microfunk’ genre for 2014 and beyond.

YouTube playlist here…

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Etherwood live @ Maida Vale – Spotify exclusive

July 23rd, 2014

Etherwood Maida Vale

STREAM THE AUDIO >>> Spotify exclusive

In case you somehow missed it, Etherwood and his bandmates were invited down to the legendary Maida Vale studios in London on 30th May 2014 to perform and record three tracks!

Now you can listen back to the live versions of “Begin By Letting Go”, “The Time Is Here At Last” and “Spoken” exclusively via Spotify…

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“New Blood 014″ Introducing: Semi Sense

September 15th, 2014


Semi SenseFor people that may not be aware of you… Give us a little introduction of yourself. 
Hello! First of all thank you for contacting me and for doing all these great things! My name is Nikolai, I am from Vilnius, Lithuania. I’m an IT professional, specializing in Business Intelligence and databases. Regarding my involvements in music, I’m concentrating on producing at the moment, and not so active with DJing (although I appeared more or less actively at various Vilnius clubs some years ago). Also from time to time I’m helping my longtime friend Emery with Ambra Recordings label.

How did you get into music? And how did get into production?
There were many recordings at home when I was a child, and as long as I can remember I listened to them a lot. It was mostly rock and hard rock, and a bit of soul and disco music. At the age of 8 I started to attend musical school, piano class. As a teenager I went from hard rock to progressive, psychedelic and art-rock and then to jazz, classic and modern music. Probably about that time I’ve heard The Prodigy tracks. Since then I started thinking about producing. A little bit later Emery introduced me to jungle tunes and early drum’n’bass. I still remember when we were listening to chopped amen break on Lemon D ‘This is Los Angeles’ again and again and it was something unbelievable production wise for us at that time. Tunes like  Goldie’s ‘Inner City Life’, Adam F ‘Circles’ and LTJ Bukem’s ‘Horizons’ just made sure what kind of music I should be into. But now, despite my love for drum’n’bass, I can say for sure that it’s not a matter of style. Music could be of any style for me but it should be as interesting and beautiful as possible.

Regarding production it was long and winding road. To make long story short, I started to produce quite long time ago, but it always was just a hobby, and often not even primary one. I even did several complete breaks from producing for year or two… And probably in the year 2011 I thought perhaps I should take up production more seriuosly and started to move that direction. So, maybe for 4 or 5 months production is my main spare time activity. Continue reading…

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“New Blood 014″ Introducing: AshJerona

September 12th, 2014


AshJeronaGive us a little introduction of yourself.
My name’s Ashley Arnold, a producer/drummer from South London, I used to run a label called Jerona Fruits and produce alongside my brother as The Burbs, I’ve been playing in bands and making music for over 10 years and am about to release my band ‘All The People’s first single later in the year. Gig highlights include, Reading dance tent, Glastonbury roots stage, The old Tempo Tantrum nights we used to put on, and Hosting the BBC radio 1/1xtra drum & bass show 3 times.

How did you get into music? And how did get into production?
I got into music by listening to my mum and dad play growing up, they were in a band called Formula 4 and played alongside bands like Deep Purple and Pink Floyd in the 70′s, I got into production after first hearing Exocet, Something out there (twisted anger remix) Opaque by Aquasky anything Omni Trio, Platinum breaks, Modus operandi and was blown away where these sounds were coming from. Continue reading…

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“New Blood 014″ Introducing: EAN

September 11th, 2014


Give us a little introduction of yourself.
My name is Ian, also known as EAN I’m based in East London. I do quite a wide variety of music outside the DnB genre, so this release is a good way of introducing myself to the scene.

How did you get into music? And how did get into production?
I’ve always made and performed music. Production was a necessary skill to learn to extend that pursuit. Continue reading…

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