For those of you who were there, I’m sure we’ll all agree that Hospitality Brixton last Friday 25th January was a good un! We all had a wicked time. Kicking off with Metrik’s debut set at Hospitality Brixton, it was all big vibes and massive anthems from the off. With live streaming taking place from 10pm right through til 6am, we ensured that our fans across the world didn’t miss out.
Taking over at 11pm was the legendary Roni Size playing a Full Cycle Classics set who appealed to the older D&B heads with his classic selection, drawing on some old favourites from yesteryear. Next was an equally as iconic figure – the reggae don that is David “Ram Jam” Rodigan who charmed the crowd with his history lessons, reggae classics and modern dubstep bangers.
At 1am the mighty Danny Byrd took to the stage, armed with his usual arsenal of dancefloor smashers including some cracking new material from his forthcoming album, plus the recently released collab with Roni Size – “Grit” which all you Radio One listeners out there will no doubt be more than familiar with by now.
After this came an immense set from Nu:Logic (a.k.a Nu:Tone and Logistics), whose debut album is due out in March – watch this space, it’s amazing! And they were followed up by our label boss London Elektricity with his custom made suit for another incredible performance, playing a cross section of contemporary favourites and unreleased dubs, interspersed with cuts from across the Hospital catalogue.
Fred V & Grafix, the so-called “Ant & Dec of Drum & Bass” as they have been named, continued to cause a stir when they dropped their ever-popular “Purple Gates” anthem which appeared on “Hospitality D&B 2013″ in their late night / early morning set, before S.P.Y brought the whole evening to an awe-inspiring close.
All in all, it was another unforgettable event. And already we can’t wait for the next one.