High Contrast ‎– Make It Tonight / Mermaid Scar

Hospital Records ‎– nhs37
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM



[P]+[C] HOSPITAL 2001.

Released in plain white cardboard sleeve with a Hospital Records sticker on it.

Published By Songs In The Key Of Knife / Westbury Music.

Recorded At Red Square Studios.


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February 19, 2019

I love this record. I bought it because I heard Fabio play "Make it tonight" at the event The World of Drum & Bass in NYC at the Roseland Ballroom, March 30, 2000. Make it tonight is nice however the flipside track is the one that really does it for me. It sounds like it's trying to sound like 'ardkore which is what I like. Shame this artist didn't do anything else this good other then "If we ever".


September 24, 2018
Forget that it's HC for a minute and pick this up for "Mermaid Scar". Proper, techy roller and NOT what you'd expect from him at all. The A side is a throwaway, poppy liquid number that has his name written all over it.

All about the B.


August 13, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
'Mermaid Scar' is indeed a quality track; frantic, rolling, deep and metallic. 'Make It Tonight' was typical of the scene in 2001; Big production- but a little too polished/fluffy for those coming from the Jungle/breakbeat driven kicks of the 90's.


May 16, 2015
Make it tonight is a definite personal fave of mine. Absolute dance floor smasher every time!!!


November 8, 2007

I'm not suprised that no-one has written a review for this title, despite being statistically massive, because words cannot do this piece justice. Make it tonight, despite not being the best track in the world, has a drop to die for, that brings tears of laughter to my eyes at the utter genius. But I love this vinyl more for Mermaid scar. A full on B-Line, bangin drums, simple but perfectly complimenting uplifting melodies with very fishy samples that finish the track brilliantly. If you like old skool jungle then you will love this! If you don't own it, buy it! Trust me, it will be the best few quid you ever spent. Genius from Lincoln once again.