THANK YOU!!! 

Huge thank you to everyone that came to the Hospital Productions 20th Anniversary Show at Warsaw on Sunday. This show was extremely special and meant the world to us.

Photos from the show to follow soon! <3

POPGUN & QUO VADIS PRESENT: HOSPITAL PRODUCTIONS 20TH ANNIVERSARY November 5, 2017 - Warsaw 261 Driggs Avenue, Brooklyn NY 2PM | All Ages Hospital Productions was founded in 1997 by Dominick Fernow simultaneously alongside his classic noise project Prurient. From 2006-2011, the label manifested itself as an infamous brick and mortar store, into which one had to climb through a trap door down a ladder into a hidden basement in Manhattan’s East Village. Emphasizing ‘productions’ over ‘records’, the shop focused on releases only procured from artists and labels directly, often in handmade and obsessive packaging. Hospital offered an alternative to the regular rotation of weekly record distribution, acting as a resource for the most obscure sonic art and as a meeting point for New York City’s underground. Through over 500 releases ranging from the apocalyptic to the sublime, Hospital Productions has built a catalog and cult following bordering on downright fetishism that expresses and supports a global vision with singular curation. Headlining the anniversary, extreme music forefathers Godflesh will be performing their magnificent album, Streetcleaner, live. Unilaterally regarded as one of the pioneers of Britain’s late 80’s burgeoning collision of punk, grindcore and electronic movements, Godflesh’s unmatched creation of ethereal metallic atmospheres, stark existential lyrics and crushing dance rhythms credited only as “machine” are what makes Streetcleaner stand alone timelessly. Godflesh inimitably wove industrial aesthetics into corners of music otherwise left untouched. The fearless and constantly innovative world that Godflesh cultivated reached across musical barrier after barrier, which continues to influence decades of artists has earned them a throne in a genre of their own. Opposing forces, tension, and common ground between disparate subcultures defines Hospital’s influential aesthetic of contradiction. From that spirit, Philadelphia’s Nothing will join forces with Jesu(Justin Broadrick of Godflesh) for a special collaboration set with Prurient. Coincidentally, sections of Nothing’s first sought after EP was one of the rare recordings to emerge from the Hospital basement studio and rehearsal space operated by the imprint’s chief engineer Kris Lapke (Alberich). Representing three generations of independent music, this collaboration sits at the heart of the Hospital ideology of collaboration. Currently located in Berlin, following Fernow’s Berghain residency as Vatican Shadow, we present to you Hospital Productions’ uncompromising 20th Anniversary in New York City - the space that Fernow calls the label’s spiritual home. The all-day festival will commence with a diverse line up of the label’s past and present, alongside Fernow’s paramount inspirations including: Skin Crime (first show in over 10 years),Orphx, Dedekind Cut, Clay Rendering, Dual Action / Dust Belt (collaboration set), Ames Sanglantes, Alberich / Lussuria (collaboration set), Geography of Hell (debut in USA), Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement (debut in USA) with DJ sets by Becka Diamond, Nikki Sneakers, and longtime ally to Justin Broadrick, Regis.

POPGUN & QUO VADIS PRESENT:

HOSPITAL PRODUCTIONS 20TH ANNIVERSARY

November 5, 2017 - Warsaw

261 Driggs Avenue, Brooklyn NY
2PM | All Ages

Hospital Productions was founded in 1997 by Dominick Fernow simultaneously alongside his classic noise project Prurient. From 2006-2011, the label manifested itself as an infamous brick and mortar store, into which one had to climb through a trap door down a ladder into a hidden basement in Manhattan’s East Village. Emphasizing ‘productions’ over ‘records’, the shop focused on releases only procured from artists and labels directly, often in handmade and obsessive packaging. Hospital offered an alternative to the regular rotation of weekly record distribution, acting as a resource for the most obscure sonic art and as a meeting point for New York City’s underground. Through over 500 releases ranging from the apocalyptic to the sublime, Hospital Productions has built a catalog and cult following bordering on downright fetishism that expresses and supports a global vision with singular curation.

Headlining the anniversary, extreme music forefathers Godflesh will be performing their magnificent album, Streetcleaner, live. Unilaterally regarded as one of the pioneers of Britain’s late 80’s burgeoning collision of punk, grindcore and electronic movements, Godflesh’s unmatched creation of ethereal metallic atmospheres, stark existential lyrics and crushing dance rhythms credited only as “machine” are what makes Streetcleaner stand alone timelessly. Godflesh inimitably wove industrial aesthetics into corners of music otherwise left untouched. The fearless and constantly innovative world that Godflesh cultivated reached across musical barrier after barrier, which continues to influence decades of artists has earned them a throne in a genre of their own.

Opposing forces, tension, and common ground between disparate subcultures defines Hospital’s influential aesthetic of contradiction. From that spirit, Philadelphia’s Nothing will join forces with Jesu(Justin Broadrick of Godflesh) for a special collaboration set with Prurient. Coincidentally, sections of Nothing’s first sought after EP was one of the rare recordings to emerge from the Hospital basement studio and rehearsal space operated by the imprint’s chief engineer Kris Lapke (Alberich). Representing three generations of independent music, this collaboration sits at the heart of the Hospital ideology of collaboration.

Currently located in Berlin, following Fernow’s Berghain residency as Vatican Shadow, we present to you Hospital Productions’ uncompromising 20th Anniversary in New York City - the space that Fernow calls the label’s spiritual home. The all-day festival will commence with a diverse line up of the label’s past and present, alongside Fernow’s paramount inspirations including: Skin Crime (first show in over 10 years),OrphxDedekind CutClay RenderingDual Action / Dust Belt (collaboration set)Ames SanglantesAlberich / Lussuria (collaboration set)Geography of Hell (debut in USA)Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement (debut in USA) with DJ sets by Becka DiamondNikki Sneakers, and longtime ally to Justin Broadrick, Regis.