Launching himself onto the dnb scene with the Virus single "Sex & Drugs" and straight onto Hospital with "No Matter What" Mistabishi has been ruffling feathers throughout the drum & bass community with tracks that go against the grain in every way. The found-sounds of "Printer Jam" and "Wipe Your Tears" get the forum nerds nattering, while the reflective melancholy of "The View From Nowhere" and "From Memory" are sure to get noticed. Not afraid to court controversy, Mistabishi is also capable of turning in dancefloor stormers - The ravey Piano-led anthem "No Matter What" which found favour with Jo Whiley at Radio One being a case in point.
This is an album full of characters and voices with stories to tell. There is the unknown soldier who provided the vocal for "Wipe Your Tears" (courtesy of a chance encounter in a West London greasy spoon), a lecture from Gordon Gecko on the benefits of the free market on "Greed" and the depraved sexual deviance of "Damage" "what's the safe-word?".
Arguably the most challenging long player on Hospital in a long time; this devastating debut is sure to have a lasting impact.
- HEAVENS SAKE
- NO MATTER WHAT
- PRINTER JAM
- VIEW FROM NOWHERE
- WHITE COLLAR GRIME
- WIPE YOUR TEARS
- THE LIGHTï'S REALLY BAD
- FROM MEMORY
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