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Dirty Hospital

Dirty Hospital

Dirty Hospital


The early beginning of Dirty Hospital can be placed back in 1989 when two brothers, Steven AKA Rob Otnik and John AKA John Hospital got their hands on a second hand Kawai 50e drum machine, taking the place of their Casio MT100 keyboard. Dirty Hospital was truly born in summer 2000 during some Bis (band/day job) down time, with Steven and John keen to lay down some straight down the line electro. The sound was a Detroit/Berlin/Rave mega-mash. Since 1996 Read more on Last.fm
The early beginning of Dirty Hospital can be placed back in 1989 when two brothers, Steven AKA Rob Otnik and John AKA John Hospital got their hands on a second hand Kawai 50e drum machine, taking the place of their Casio MT100 keyboard. Dirty Hospital was truly born in summer 2000 during some Bis (band/day job) down time, with Steven and John keen to lay down some straight down the line electro. The sound was a Detroit/Berlin/Rave mega-mash. Since 1996, the sounds of UR, Direct Beat and Gigolo inspired the guys into DJing electro and techno, and further embrace the sound of the drum machine and the synth bass in their music. With new tracks 'Rottenrow', 'Redlands' and 'The General', the DH sound was alive. A chance meeting with Keith Tenniswood (Radioactive Man, 2 Lone Swordsmen) in Glasgow in 2002 led to a CD of the 3 tracks being sent down to his Control Tower label.

Keith gave them a good listen and wasted no time in asking Dirty Hospital to give him the tracks for a 12" on Control Tower. December 2002 saw the release of 'Rottenrow' to high acclaim in the dance music press. With 2003 quiet on the release front Dirty Hospital took matters in to their own hands and in March 2004 set up Rottenrow Records to release a new EP, 'The Quickness Of Dirty Hospital'. It featured four new tracks including 'Dirty Doctor' which quickly became a live favourite with it's incessant cry, "This hospital is dirty!". A string of energetic, tremendously well received gigs has quickly given DH a reputation as a live force to be reckoned with. 'The Sickness..' (2004) and 'The Death...' (2005) of were released to further underground acclaim, with tracks featuring in countless techno and electro DJ sets around europe, and the renowned DH live sets from Glasgow's Monox and Pressure club nights. The DH continue to abuse their electrical equipment, and produce their unique brand of mind-fumbling future music.

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