Posts Tagged ‘Teddy Killerz’

Hospitality Halloween @ Leeds O2 Academy

Hospitality Leeds 30.10.15: Special Guests!

One of our favourite parties of the year is our Halloween showdown at the 02 Academy Leeds! Absolute mayhem is guaranteed with a full Hospital family line-up alongside a bunch of very special guests…

Spectrasoul have continued to push the boundaries of bass music with a reputation among D+B heads second to none. Their debut album “Delay No More” took us all by storm followed up earlier this year with “The Mistress”. They joined us at our sold out BBQ back in August and we can’t wait for what’s to come this Halloween!


Luke LSB is an extended member of the Hospital family having joined us at a number of Hospitality shows over the years from our return to Brixton to this year’s sold out Building Six residency. It goes without saying he’s part responsible for one of the D+B tunes of the year, check it below…



Ram Records’ terrible trio, Teddy Killerz are back! Exploring through glitch, electro and heaviest of D+B, Teddy Killerz always bring it. Most recently they’ve hit us with “Heavy Signal” and their massive “Hyperspeed” EP, get ready!

For our Halloween special we’ll also be joined by Camo & Krooked, London Elektricity, Etherwood, Fred V & Grafix, Dimension, Nu:Tone, Maduk, Royalston, Hugh Hardie and Transit Mafia. Fourth release tickets on sale now, these won’t last long so act fast!


Posted 13th October 2015 in Blog, Features

Hospitality at Building Six Friday 1st May! – Ticket Holder Info

Just one more sleep until Hospitality is back at Building Six!

Doors open from 9.30PM, last entry is at 1AM.

ALL persons must provide a valid form of ID (passport or drivers licence) to gain entry, no exceptions.

The venue insist on scanning every persons ID as part of their license. This is not Hospitality’s decision.

For joint ticket holders please bring your original e-ticket purchased prior to 6th February.



The O2 Arena

Peninsula Square,


SE10 0DX

If travelling by:


North Greenwich (Jubilee Line)


108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472 or 486.


The O2 is signposted from the M25, the A2 and A20 (from the South East), and the M11 (from the North). There is plenty of parking available outside the O2, for more information see HERE.




There will be on site lockers available to use at the venue, which will be accessible throughout the evening. These will be in the place of the venue cloakroom. You will need to provide a £5 deposit which will be refunded once your locker key is returned.

Brand new Hospital and Med School merch just in! As a special treat we’ll be bringing along Hospital’s freshest garms. We’ll also be stocking the Building Six bars with our tasty refreshment, ‘Doctors Orders’.

(Please drink responsibly, best served at approximately 174BPM.)

London Elek, Etherwood, Fred V & Grafix and Lynx will be heading over to the Hospital shop throughout the night to sign their signatures on your newly purchased items, see signing times below.


This week we passed the controls over to you!


For our final Building Six playlist we asked you to select the tunes you want to hear this Friday. We’re still listening so if your favourite’s missing let us know HERE



Posted 30th April 2015 in Blog, Features

Hospitality at Building Six 01.05.15: Spectrasoul

We’re very excited to welcome Spectrasoul to room two for our huge return to Building Six this May! With their second album ‘The Mistress’ dropping on June 7th, there’s never a better time to catch the guys in action. We caught up with the two Shogun warriors, check out what they had to say and have a listen to their recent 60 minute mix for Mista Jam on BBC Radio 1Xtra.

Did you guys have a good time at Hospitality Manchester? How was it going back-to-back with Etherwood for the first time? 
Yeah it was a lot of fun. It was an interesting dynamic between us and it was cool to play alongside someone with such a remarkable beard (and good music taste).

(Quite the beard indeed)


What sets apart the crowd at Hospitality from other shows?
Well, this isn’t to diss other nights, Hospitality is usually full of people who are there to dance rather than to spot the latest tunes. They’re there to have a good time at all costs. That sure makes for a good party.


Are you guys looking forward to the Building six show in May? What’s your favourite thing about Building Six as a venue?
Yes absolutely. The last time we played there was a year or so ago for a Skrillex gig and that was pretty nuts so looking forward to heading back there. The best thing about Building Six is probably the sound system. It’s got some serious weight to it. Always good to test new tunes on a big rig.


Your recent single ‘Always’ / ‘I Don’t Mind’ has already been really well received – were you anxious prior to the release after keeping quiet for a couple of years? 
Kinda yeah. Its the first snip from the new album so thats always a bit scary. We’re really pleased that it’s gone down well both in the clubs and radio — it sets us up nicely for what’s to come.



Will we all get to hear a sneak preview of any new material in room two?
 Definitely! Obviously the album is coming, so those tunes are on heavy rotation. We’ve also got a big remix in the pipeline that will be getting a spin too.

We had some Hospitality soldiers send in some questions, here’s a select few:

Luke Potter asked ‘Who’s Ben?’
We made ‘Ben’ around the time that Ben Westbeech/ Breach made ‘Jack’. We made ‘Ben’ as a tongue-in-cheek response after we found the ‘Ben’ sample. (One of us is called Jack, for those of you who don’t know!)



Alex Feuell asked ‘Which one tune made you think you had to make D+B?’ 
Jack — The first tune that hooked me was DJ SS’s ‘Rollidge’. My dad brought some drum and bass tape packs back from school one day (he was a teacher) and gave me them to listen to. It was on the Micky Finn tape. It was the edits that did it for me.


Dave — Probably ‘Breaking Free’ by Slipmatt. The first track on the first Mixtape I ever got my hands on. That was the catalyst.


Matt ‘BassBook’ asked  ‘Can you please drop your remix of ‘Hold Your Breath’ in your 1st May Hospitality set?’
We’ve got a lot of new music to play in our sets at the moment but we’ll do our best to squeeze it in.

Follow Spectrasoul on Facebook // Twitter // Soundcloud

You can catch Spectrasoul in room two of Hospitality at Building Six alongside a ridiculous line-up including Ivy Lab, Ulterior Motive, Teddy Killerz, B-Complex and Technimatic! Tickets on sale now.


Posted 10th April 2015 in Blog, Interviews

Hospitality at Building Six 01.05.15: Teddy Killerz

Joining us to take over room two on 1st of May are relentless Ram representatives, Teddy Killerz. Freshly signed to the longstanding label although by no means a new name to our ears.

Made up of Place 2b, Paimon and Garud this rule-defying trio have been turning heads since their string of releases on Bad Taste Recordings as well as being picked up by Skrillex’s imprint OWSLA, initiated by impressing with their take on ‘Make It Bun Dem‘ (available for free download).

Known for their downright dirty bass lines, mechanical timbres and mind-crushing synths, prepare to obliterate your senses with their Ram debut – the unforgiving floor-filler ‘Teddynator’. A showcase of their painstakingly precise, frenzy inducing take on drum & bass – let loose on 23rd March.

Catch them in London on 1st May alongside Spectrasoul, Ivy Lab, Ulterior Motive, B-Complex and Technimatic for Hospitality at Building Six!

Super advanced tickets now on sale!

Event Page HERE // Tickets HERE

Posted 16th March 2015 in Features