Hospital Records presents: Krakota x Urbandawn - Focus Shift
Just click album cover to buy / stream and follow. Ok boys and girls get ready for a double assault of kick ass DNB thats sure to hit in gut with some of the filthiest bass ,industrial beats & layered pads give this sonic release a lot of personality , substance and cosmic synergy. Two of my favorite Hospital artists now teaming up to deliver something invincible. Trust me this is one release you wont want to let slip buy you.This one has legs and will break the floor.BC⚡︎➒
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Two of Hospital Record’s most electrifying artists have formed an allegiance for a true coming together of titans. Bournemouth’s Krakota and Sao Paulo’s Urbandawn have combined their production talents to create the five-track ‘Focus Shift’ EP – a real drum & bass mash up of styles and sonic sequences. The aptly named ‘Coyote’ is an absolute howler, unashamedly powerful and loaded with energy, distorting and plunging itself into new streams of audio chaos throughout. ‘Laguna’ fits with their alter-egos – sweet, pensive and majestic. Operating within a more classic Hospital framework, this rolling stroke of musical bliss will leave no party unsatisfied. Sitting in the middle of this concerted creation is title track ‘Focus Shift’. Informed by both liquid-funk and tech styles, it’s gelled together with scathing bass riffs and high profile percussive chops. ‘Epigram’ has all the bassweight you’d expect from such a monolith collision of production powerhouses. Crisp and sinful, with a consistently militant atmosphere this song is pure depth, darkness and danger; with a genuinely intriguing sonic progression that renders this track as devastating as weapons grade plutonium. Seeing the release home is ‘Paladin’. An ardent dancefloor destroyer that fuses the power of the stepper with the groove of a roller, that even angels would find themselves bustin’ a skank. Uplifting and powerful with cosmic subtleties in the low end twinned with sombre melodies and skittering drum-work all tempered in unison to create a certified banger. Video shot and edited by Max Palmer. Shot in New Zealand and Costa Rica. Edited in Barcelona