Earlier this week, word hit the Internet that Rob da Bank has returned to curate the massive soundtrack for Microsoft's Forza Horizon 2. At over 150 tracks, the soundtrack is double the size of the first edition, and features material from a number of acts we love, as well as imprints we cover. Aside from Ninja Tune and Innovative Leisure getting in on it, Rob called on Hospital Records to craft their own radio station for the game, appropriately-titled Hospital Records Radio.

In looking over the tracklist, I get those goosebumps like I did when GTA III hit us with Moving Shadow's MSX station. Pure drum & bass from one of the scene's finest? It screams my name—and I don't even own an Xbox!

While Hospital is 18 years young, the material on this station isn't older than 2010, but properly highlights the progressive nature of the imprint. From London Elektricity and Fred V & Grafx to Keeno and Reso, Hospital Records Radio showcases the evolving sound that falls under the Hospital umbrella. We found that the majority of the station's tunes are online (save for two Nu:Tone tunes and a Metrik track), but we decided to give you an idea of what you'll be hearing on this station when the game touches down.