Hospital Records Podcast #373 with London Elektricity

Stream/Download Here: https://LondonElektricity.lnk.to/SyncopatedCity-DirectorsCutyc

In 2008, London Elektricity unleashed his fourth studio album ‘Syncopated City’ – 10 years later he has delivered a remastered ‘Directors Cut’ edition. Tony takes you on a trip down memory lane and goes through the album in its entirety.

London Elektricity – Bare Religion (2018 Director’s Cut)
London Elektricity – This Dark Matter (2018 Director’s Cut)
London Elektricity – Just One Second (2018 Director’s Cut)
London Elektricity – All Hell Is Breaking Loose (2018 Director’s Cut)
London Elektricity – South Eastern Dream (2018 Director’s Cut)
London Elektricity – Attack Ships On Fire (2018 Director’s Cut)
London Elektricity – Point Of No Return (2018 Director’s Cut)
London Elektricity – Outnumbered (2018 Director’s Cut)
London Elektricity – USKA (2018 Director’s Cut)
London Elektricity – Sat Nav (2018 Director’s Cut)
London Elektricity – Syncopated City Revisited (2018 Director’s Cut)
London Elektricity – Maybe I Was Wrong (2018 Director’s Cut)

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London Elektricity Big Band – All Hell Is Breaking Loose (Live At Hospitality In The Park 2016)

Pre-order London Elektricity Big Band ‘Live In The Park’ here:
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In 2016 London Elektricity took on a huge challenge, to step back in front of the crowd not only as a DJ but also as a live musician. With Hospitality moving leaps and bounds over the past decade, growing into a huge 10,000 capacity festival in London’s Finsbury Park, it was the perfect time for Tony Colman to transform his signature jazz infused drum & bass into a spectacular live big brass band styled performance.

It was the highlight of Hospitality In The Park 2016. Electric vibrations ran through everyone in the tent – Tony Colman shredded his bass guitar, jazz legend Liane Carroll and new discovery Emers’ vocals soared with style and finesse, members of the Riot Jazz collective uplifted the drum & bass tempo all led by the never ending energy of our resident Dynamite MC.

The ‘Live In The Park’ LP reminisces back to this unforgettable hour with 10 tracks seamlessly running through London Elektricity classics, new material and a surprising cover.

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London Elektricity – All Hell Is Breaking Loose (Official Video)

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#TBT to London Elektricity’s classic 2008 classic ‘All Hell Is Breaking Loose’.

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Riot Jazz Brass Band – Just One Second (London Elektricity Cover)

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Riot Jazz Brass Band bring their take to Tony’s classic anthem ‘Just One Second’.

Since the legendary shows at The Jazz Café, the sound of London Elektricity has always effortlessly lent itself to a live setting. Today is no different as we present two loungecore classics with band-driven twists by Gentleman’s Dub Club and KYX Orchestra.

Stripping back the drums and serving up the bass is Gentleman’s Dub Club with their dancehall re-rub of ‘All Hell is Breaking Loose’. Springing from the roots of Leeds, Gentleman’s Dub Club have been making reggae and ska shakers get on their feet with their huge Reggae anthem High Grade. This version of “All Hell is Breaking Loose” is already a firm favourite for the summer sets of Sir David Rodigan and undoubtedly set to shine throughout the festival circuits.

On the flip side, originally opening the seminal ‘Power Ballads’ LP of ’05, London Elektricity’s ‘Out of this World’ has been reborn with a flavour of big band jazz from Prague’s KYX Orchestra. This is a virtuoso cover in the style of Whiplash minus the psychotic bandleader. Well we haven’t actually met KYX’s bandleader but we’re hoping he’s a bit more chilled

Follow London Elektricity:

http://www.londonelektricity.com/
https://www.facebook.com/londonelektricity


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https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

KYX Orchestra – Out Of This World (London Elektricity Cover)

Buy Here: http://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/AllHellyc

Since the legendary shows at The Jazz Café, the sound of London Elektricity has always effortlessly lent itself to a live setting. Today is no different as we present two loungecore classics with band-driven twists by Gentleman’s Dub Club and KYX Orchestra.

Stripping back the drums and serving up the bass is Gentleman’s Dub Club with their dancehall re-rub of ‘All Hell is Breaking Loose’. Springing from the roots of Leeds, Gentleman’s Dub Club have been making reggae and ska shakers get on their feet with their huge Reggae anthem High Grade. This version of “All Hell is Breaking Loose” is already a firm favourite for the summer sets of Sir David Rodigan and undoubtedly set to shine throughout the festival circuits.

On the flip side, originally opening the seminal ‘Power Ballads’ LP of ’05, London Elektricity’s ‘Out of this World’ has been reborn with a flavour of big band jazz from Prague’s KYX Orchestra. This is a virtuoso cover in the style of Whiplash minus the psychotic bandleader. Well we haven’t actually met KYX’s bandleader but we’re hoping he’s a bit more chilled

Follow London Elektricity:

http://www.londonelektricity.com/
https://www.facebook.com/londonelektricity


http://instagram.com/londonelek

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

London Elektricity – All Hell Is Breaking Loose (Gentleman’s Dub Club Remix)

Buy Here: http://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/AllHellyc

Since the legendary shows at The Jazz Café, the sound of London Elektricity has always effortlessly lent itself to a live setting. Today is no different as we present two loungecore classics with band-driven twists by Gentleman’s Dub Club and KYX Orchestra.

Stripping back the drums and serving up the bass is Gentleman’s Dub Club with their dancehall re-rub of ‘All Hell is Breaking Loose’. Springing from the roots of Leeds, Gentleman’s Dub Club have been making reggae and ska shakers get on their feet with their huge Reggae anthem High Grade. This version of “All Hell is Breaking Loose” is already a firm favourite for the summer sets of Sir David Rodigan and undoubtedly set to shine throughout the festival circuits.

Now we move on to the landscape of cover versions. London Elektricity’s ‘Out of this World’ has been reborn with a flavor of big band jazz from Prague’s KYX Orchestra. This is a virtuoso cover in the style of Whiplash minus the psychotic band leader. Well we haven’t actually met KYX’s bandleader but we’re hoping he’s a bit more chilled.

Finally, Festival favourites Riot Jazz Brass Band give a heart-warming performance with an instrumental rendition of a certified London Elek dancefloor favourite, ‘Just One Second’. With an instantly recognisable topline that’s guaranteed to uplift any crowd, any place. Watch out for this live at the Hospitality mid summer BBQ event on 20th June!

Follow London Elektricity:

http://www.londonelektricity.com/
https://www.facebook.com/londonelektricity


http://instagram.com/londonelek

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

London Elektricity – All Hell Is Breaking Loose (Gentleman’s Dub Club Remix) [Rodigan Exclusive]

You may have heard this in London Elektricity’s sets. GDC’s amazing remix of ‘All Hell Is Breaking Loose’! Hold tight for the pre-order coming soon!

Follow London Elektricity here: https://www.facebook.com/londonelektricity

Since the legendary shows at The Jazz Café, the sound of London Elektricity has always effortlessly lent itself to a live setting. Today is no different as we present two loungecore classics with band-driven twists by Gentleman’s Dub Club and KYX Orchestra.

Stripping back the drums and serving up the bass is Gentleman’s Dub Club with their dancehall re-rub of ‘All Hell is Breaking Loose’. Springing from the roots of Leeds, Gentleman’s Dub Club have been making reggae and ska shakers get on their feet with their huge Reggae anthem High Grade. This version of “All Hell is Breaking Loose” is already a firm favourite for the summer sets of Sir David Rodigan and undoubtedly set to shine throughout the festival circuits.

Now we move on to the landscape of cover versions. London Elektricity’s ‘Out of this World’ has been reborn with a flavor of big band jazz from Prague’s KYX Orchestra. This is a virtuoso cover in the style of Whiplash minus the psychotic band leader. Well we haven’t actually met KYX’s bandleader but we’re hoping he’s a bit more chilled.

Finally, Festival favourites Riot Jazz Brass Band give a heart-warming performance with an instrumental rendition of a certified London Elek dancefloor favourite, ‘Just One Second’. With an instantly recognisable topline that’s guaranteed to uplift any crowd, any place. Watch out for this live at the Hospitality mid summer BBQ event on 20th June!

Follow London Elektricity:

http://www.londonelektricity.com/ https://www.facebook.com/londonelektricity https://twitter.com/LondonElek http://www.mixcloud.com/londonelek/ http://instagram.com/londonelek

Follow Hospital Records:

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https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

London Elektricity – This Dark Matter (Nu:Tone Remix)

DOWNLOAD HERE: https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/london-elektricity/nhs146-all-hell-is-breaking-loose

Taken from ‘All Hell Is Breaking Loose’ in 2009, ‘This Dark Matter’ features the incredible vocals of longtime LE collaborator (and award winning Jazz Legend) Liane Carroll like you’ve never heard her before – haunting and suspicious.

London Elektricity – The Plan That Cannot Fail

Hospital Shop – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/london-elektricity/nhs185-elektricity-will-keep-me-warm
iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/yikes%21-special-edition/id427270564?app=itunes
http://www.londonelektricity.com/

The founding father of the Hospital imprint and mouthpiece of the multi-award winning, chart topping Hospital podcast, London Elektricity is a name that should need no introduction. Since starting the label in 1996, Tony Colman has carved out a fearsome reputation as one of the pre-eminent names in D&B and remains at the forefront of the scene to this day.

This incredible 12″ release marks the first London Elektricity release for over two years and is the first single to be taken from his highly anticipated forthcoming album ‘Yikes!’ which is due out at the end of April. His last release ‘All Hell Is Breaking Loose’ stormed on to the Radio One playlist, proving his underground and overground credentials once again. A lot has changed since 2008’s ‘Syncopated City: ‘this is my first release for 3 years, and features the vocals of Elsa Esmeralda who graced ‘Just One Second’ from my last album Syncopated City. Elsa features on 7 tracks on my new album ‘Yikes’, and I can safely say this is easily my best work to date. Yikes has been 2 years in the making, I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it! ‘

Sparse and minimal, ‘Elektricity Will Keep Me Warm’ is UK bass music at its most soulful and imaginative. A stripped down ‘think’ break, 808 subs and laconic piano chords drive the main tune along with an absolutely outstanding vocal performance from Elsa Esmarelda, whose previous London Elektricity collaboration “Just One Second” has become a massive Hospital anthem.

“The Plan That Cannot Fail” on the flip side is an awesome slice of instrumental d+b magic. Get ready for hands and lighters in the air as the tune builds and evolves into a heart-rending powerhouse, built around a rich piano progression and tripping breaks. Absolutely sublime.

London Elektricity continues to be one of the finest purveyors of forward thinking, ground-breaking music and this single is a testament to his ongoing success. As the mounting anticipation surrounding the release of his album builds, all eyes are firmly fixed on the Colminator as we enter spring 2011.

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London Elektricity – Elektricity Will Keep Me Warm (featuring Elsa Esmeralda)

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Hospital Shop – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/london-elektricity/nhs185-elektricity-will-keep-me-warm
iTunes – http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/elektricity-will-keep-me-warm/id423562729?uo=4&at=11l9mP

http://www.londonelektricity.com/

The founding father of the Hospital imprint and mouthpiece of the multi-award winning, chart topping Hospital podcast, London Elektricity is a name that should need no introduction. Since starting the label in 1996, Tony Colman has carved out a fearsome reputation as one of the pre-eminent names in D&B and remains at the forefront of the scene to this day.

This incredible 12″ release marks the first London Elektricity release for over two years and is the first single to be taken from his highly anticipated forthcoming album ‘Yikes!’ which is due out at the end of April. His last release ‘All Hell Is Breaking Loose’ stormed on to the Radio One playlist, proving his underground and overground credentials once again. A lot has changed since 2008’s ‘Syncopated City: ‘this is my first release for 3 years, and features the vocals of Elsa Esmeralda who graced ‘Just One Second’ from my last album Syncopated City. Elsa features on 7 tracks on my new album ‘Yikes’, and I can safely say this is easily my best work to date. Yikes has been 2 years in the making, I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it! ‘

Sparse and minimal, ‘Elektricity Will Keep Me Warm’ is UK bass music at its most soulful and imaginative. A stripped down ‘think’ break, 808 subs and laconic piano chords drive the main tune along with an absolutely outstanding vocal performance from Elsa Esmarelda, whose previous London Elektricity collaboration “Just One Second” has become a massive Hospital anthem.

“The Plan That Cannot Fail” on the flip side is an awesome slice of instrumental d+b magic. Get ready for hands and lighters in the air as the tune builds and evolves into a heart-rending powerhouse, built around a rich piano progression and tripping breaks. Absolutely sublime.

London Elektricity continues to be one of the finest purveyors of forward thinking, ground-breaking music and this single is a testament to his ongoing success. As the mounting anticipation surrounding the release of his album builds, all eyes are firmly fixed on the Colminator as we enter spring 2011.

Follow Hospital Records:
http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
https://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords