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We love Hospital RecordsThe legendary drum and bass record label has kept the UK music scene dancing for many years and has one of the most loyal fanbases you’re ever likely to see. Hospitality in the Park continues to impress. Returning to Finsbury Park on 22nd September, here are the five acts to watch out for at this year’s edition.

High Contrast

A mainstay of Hospitality returns to headline another year in the park. Riding high after the release of his album ‘Nightrider’ last year, High Contrast returns to showcase his exciting live act. No doubt showing off his high energy and euphoric breed of drum and bass he’s become known for.

Noisia

Drum and bass legends Noisia, are set to headline the Let it Roll stage. Characterised by their dark broken drum and bass sound, which often seems to push their digital drum machines right to the limit. The trio will be crowd favorite to watch out for.

Black Sun Empire

For a deeper and darker sound look no further than Black Sun Empire. Like Noisia, they’re a Dutch trio who have mastered their own sound. Their fiery beats will keep any crowd moving once darkness descends.

Metrik

If you like it heavy, Metrik is an act to not miss. With a distinct euphoric sound his albums, his sets are an extension of his producing style. Playing a strong mix of hard hitting drum and bass classics with a creative flair. His sets will knock down any festival crowd.

Etherwood

Etherwood, has become Med School’s biggest name, with his album releases ‘Etherwood’ and ‘Blue Leaves’. Etherwood’s style of liquid drum and bass is smooth, ethereal and hard not to fall in love with. His signature live style of heavy versions of his liquid classics pulls in crowds at each Hospitality event.

You can buy tickets for Hospitality in the Park here.

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