Netsky announces return to drum and bass

One of the biggest names in EDM, Netsky has been making some of the highest calibre of electronic anthems for over a decade now. Now, the Belgian who started out with Hospital Records in 2010, is returning to the genre that made him a household name with his first solo drum and bass record in 5 years, ‘I See The Future In Your Eyes’.

He made the announcement on social media saying, “10 years ago, Hospital Records gave me an opportunity that changed my life and released my first album. In that 10 years I’ve been lucky enough to release 2 more albums, many singles and EP’s and toured all over the world. I’ve been blessed to work with amazing artists, producers and writers and experiment with different genres and influences. Over the last year I have found myself naturally coming back to producing Drum & Bass, and made perfect sense to me to release it with the label where it all began back in 2010. I can’t wait for everyone to hear what we’ve been working on, and I’m excited to kick it all off with this single.”

Happy new year! Very glad to be in New Zealand with friends❤️ @montell2099 @rhythmandvines Can’t wait for @baydreams_nz tomorrow!!!

Posted by Netsky on Wednesday, January 1, 2020

This comes off the back of recent free bootleg releases of Kanye West’s ‘Water’ and that Elon Musk track. He also just recently played back in New Zealand at Bay Dreams and Rhythm and Vines alongside kiwi, Montell2099 over new year.

Chris Goss, the co-founder of Hospital Records said, “I’m delighted to be working on a brand new record with Netsky, especially in the 10 year anniversary of his Hospital debut. Boris has always been family to us, and his music is a special feature of our (almost) 25 year long catalogue… we can’t wait to unveil his brand new drum & bass in the coming months.”

10 years ago I signed my first record deal. Hospital Records invited me to their office in London after hearing my songs…

Posted by Netsky on Monday, March 30, 2020

We can’t wait to hear brand new Netsky this Friday!

Story by Mike Nicholas