Peaceful party for revelers near Area 51 in Nevada

Nevada authorities say events have been peaceful at internet-inspired gatherings around Area 51, the military installation about a two-hour drive from Las Vegas. (Sept. 20)

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Earthlings descend on Area 51 for aliens, parties

What started out as a internet hoax to “storm Area 51” has morphed into a festival celebrating all things alien near the once-secret Nevada military research site. (Sept. 19)

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Krakota – In The Area (feat. Lifford)

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Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour Of The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

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Prague’s answer to drum & bass – Let It Roll open air festival hits its eight year this July and we’re so excited to be taking over with not one but two stages! The Hospital and Med School family will be flying over, and in celebration we’ve put together an epic four track EP to get us ready!

He’s only just finished up his amazing sixth studio album ‘Electric Sun’ yet Logistics is already back with more. ‘Destination’ is a squelching bass monster that shows off a different side of our liquid king. Ahead of his debut album, Krakota has given a VIP treatment to his garage inspired tune from late last year, ‘In The Area’ ft Lifford. He’s spiced up the drums and stripped back the vocals for a deeper, sleeker Krakota style.

Med School members Whiney and Anile have also served up some tasty numbers. ‘They Will Come’ ft Ed Tullet matches mellow vocals with hissing hi-hats and bottomless pits of bass. Anile’s warehouse-esque style rounds up the EP with crisp, deep echoes, serious drums and swirling sub shocks.

Let It Roll open air festival takes place on the 28th – 30th July 2016. The Hospitality and Med School stages will feature sets from London Elektricity, Fred V & Grafix, Maduk, Logistics, Krakota, Etherwood, Keeno, Bop, Anile, Whiney and MC Fava!

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The Hospital Records Christmas Podcast 2015

London Elektricity presents a special Christmas edition of the Hospital Records podcast, showcasing his + listeners’ top ten tracks of 2015…

Breakage ‘Kill Dem’
Pola & Bryson ‘Stolen Glances’ (feat. Sammie Bella)
Quadrant, Kid Hops & Iris ‘206’
Mefjus & Inside Info ‘Footpath’ (feat. The Upbeats)
The Erised ‘Take Me’
Hybrid Minds ‘Lifted’ (feat. Matt Banks)
Lynx ‘Clap Track’
Royalston ‘People On The Ground’ (feat. Hannah Joy)
Enter Shikari ‘A Message To Future Historians’ (London Elektricity remix)
Noisa & The Upbeats ‘Dead Limit’
Keeno ‘Origin’
London Elektricity ‘Tone Poem’
Etherwood ‘Caption’
Krakota ‘In The Area’ (feat. Lifford)
Urbandawn ‘Vona’
LSB ‘About Tonight’
Reso ‘Taiga’
Etherwood ‘Cast Away’
A-Sides & Makoto ‘Hurt My Soul’
DRS ‘The View’ (feat. Tyler Dayley & LSB)
Logistics ‘Ammunition’ (feat. Inja)

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Krakota – In The Area (ft. Lifford)

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Krakota has firmly stamped his mark within the drum & bass scene over the past few years, and since signing to Hospital Records last June has already brought two solitary singles to the table. Now for part three with the “Citadels” EP cultivating Krakota’s versatile style.

Known from Artful Dodger’s classic, “Please Don’t Turn Me On”, vocalist Lifford joins Krakota on the opening track “In The Area” – a garage fuelled venture with bouncing drums and electric pulsations.

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Hospitality Bank Holiday BBQ – After Movie

The Bank Holiday 18-hour special was a great day and the perfect way to round off an amazing summer of shows!

Make sure you get involved for the very last Hospitality at Building Six!

Music: Krakota – ‘In The Area (feat. Lifford)’ More details to follow….

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