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Hospitality heads to Printworks on Saturday 9th February to host their debut showcase at the iconic London venue. The events brand of the mighty Hospital Records label has held some huge events in London over the years, including Hospitality In The Park for 3 years running, and this one looks to be just as special.

Coming off the back of selling out Studio 338 for their Christmas Special, they’re bringing a stacked line-up of Hospital Records favourites and special guests to Printworks. The return of the High Contrast Live Band will be a moment to remember, while special guest headliners Camo & Krooked are sure to deliver a cracking set. For anyone who hasn’t seen their set from Let It Roll last year, it’s like watching one guy with 4 hands on the mixer, arms flying all over the place to give us the perfect mixes.

You can expect Hospital head honcho London Elektricity to be dishing out classics from the label’s back catalogue and road-testing new music from his next album due out this year, while S.P.Y brings us a taste of his ‘Dubplate Style’ tour. Top of the Med School class, Keeno and Whiney always go above and beyond to demonstrate their skills with those extra special sets, whether it’s Keeno energetically mixing up the styles between his beautiful tracks or Whiney’s masterful blending of soulful liquid, jungle classics and brand-new stinkers. Hospital’s fan-favourite MCs Inja and Degs will both be hosting sets (but Degs probably won’t be dressed as a Christmas pudding this time).

Room 2 will be a celebration of jungle hosted by Bristol’s RUN, featuring legends of the scene like Nicky Blackmarket and DJ Dazee, as well as jungle sets from Hospital’s own Danny Byrd, S.P.Y and rising superstar Unglued.

The day runs from 12pm – 11pm so arrive early to make sure you don’t miss any of the quality sets. We’re hyped for Hospitality Printworks and you should be too – be sure to check out Hospital’s new album Sick Music 2019 to get you in the mood, grab a copy here or stream below.

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