One of my all-time favorite Jungle and Drum+Bass artists of all time, Danny Byrd, brakes the dance floor once again with his latest mix of upbeat, feel-good Jungle and Drum+Bass track Salute, featuring MC GQ. This chart topper will have you jumping out of your seat and moving to the beat and bass before you know what's going down. Smoking hot and right to the top, this past year has been extraordinary for the Byrdman. The hit TV show Ill Behavior, (named after Danny's legendary jungle smash hit) which airs on the Showtime network in the United States, was met with critical success. Danny scores the soundtrack to the show, musically lifting the twists and turns of the plot, while giving Danny's music, as well as well as the genre of Drum+Bass and Jungle a whole new global television audience. This is just one example of how Drum+Bass and Jungle music is a growing sound that keeps evolving worldwide through multi-media platforms. Danny has been there since the beginning, and has earned his place at the top. Just after Danny’s recent hit track from Hospital Records Sick Music 2018, his track Devils Drop shot to the top, proving once again he has got the sand to be the man! Consistently delivering nothing but the best. Best wishes and continued success Jason Bakes aka BC#9.
Danny Byrd's Live Mini Mix, in The Rave Lounge
Danny Byrd takes on the epic task of recording a minimix... Live on BBC Radio 1! Picking a selection of Drum n Bass classics & squeezing them into a 5 minute mix is difficult enough, but to do it live on air, in front of an audience, in Radio 1's first ever Rave Lounge.... Well, take a bow Danny Byrd, take a bow
In the studio with Danny Byrd creating Devils Drop
We go behind the scenes with Danny Byrd to find out how he created the magic that is 'Devil's Drop'. You can listen to this and 23 other brand new tracks on the 'Sick Music 2018' compilation. Buy & Stream :https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/SickMu... After a six-year hiatus, everyone’s avourite Hospital compilation returns. Witness the sickness, this is drum & bass, this is 'Sick Music 2018'. With 24 brand new tracks, the series that brought the world early stories of Netsky, Wilkinson, Sigma and Fred V & Grafix is back. The heritage of this series speaks volumes, and 'Sick Music 2018' takes the quality to a whole new level. Filled to the brim with dangerous dubplates this full spectrum injection is a must have for each and every D+B devotee. Hospital's leading dancefloor duke Danny Byrd has taken things straight back to ’99 with ‘Devil’s Drop’. Firing on all cylinders he's keeping it raw, rolling and funky. In a similarly devilish fashion we have 'Bootstrap Bill’ finally unleashed by the enigmatic Unglued. Unashamedly destructive and executed with precision, this track is more dangerous than Donald Trump drunk on Twitter. In a perfect fusion of Hospital and Med School, we see Fred V & Grafix's 'Hurricanes (Wild Love)' re-worked with pristine precision by everyone’s favourite prodigy Keeno. Keeping the vibe level at eleven, Hugh Hardie's delivered the gorgeous ‘Nightingale’, both seductively simple and oozing with elegance. ‘Just One Second’ by London Elektricity gets its first re-work since the late Apex’s famous remix on the very first Sick Music. The beautiful track see’s a sterling contemporary edit and is a testament to Mitekiss’ talent. This album also brings the first solo single from the biggest name in D+B right now, Kings Of The Rollers. Fiercely pushing into new territory ‘Burnt Ends’ has been causing carnage on the dancefloor, getting double wheel-ups from across the globe. Joining this rich tapestry of exemplary D+B are both veteran composers and new blood alike including: Klute, Whiney, Urbandawn, Reso, Logistics, John B, and of course Hospital Records' commander-in-chief London Elektricity. The release will be available across all formats but its grandest form will take that off the highly limited box set. Featuring a CD, the 4x12” plates, some box set only stickers and an exclusive T-shirt. One for the collectors, this is not a release to be overlooked.