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Hospital Records Podcast 300 – Live with London Elektricity

It’s been a decade since London Elektricity stepped up to the mic to record the first instalment of the Hospital Podcast! Fast forward through countless interviews, live recordings from Australian beaches, air-drum dancing, democasts, rubber chickens and of course many Christmas specials and you’ll land down at number 300.

On Wednesday 11th May we set up the decks at Work Bar in Angel with some very special guests.

Tracklist:

Q Project – Living With Beaker – Total Science Remix

London Elek – Fast Soul Music

T-ak & Makoto – Voyager

Klute – Trust Me

LE – Bare Religion

Logistics – Kaleidoscope

Snow Patrol – Open Your Eyes (Marky & Bungle Remix)

Randomer – Synth Geek

Q project – Credit Crunch

Danny Byrd – Red Mist VIP

LE – Great DNB Swindle (Logistics Remix)

Mistabishi – Greed

Kanye West – Flashlight (HC remix)

LE – Uska

Etherwood + Royalston – Eyes On Me

SPY – What the future holds – Etherwood Remix

LE – Impossible to Say – Etherwood Remix

Ownglow – Not Like Me

“ – untitled

“ – untitled

Bcee – Morning Star ft Phillipa Hanna (break remix)

The Vanguard Project – Karma

Logistics ft Hugh Hardie – Icarus

Hugh Hardie – Light It Up

Hugh Hardie – Tearing Me Apart

Netsky – Work it Out ft Digital Farm Animals

Netsky – Thunder ft Emily Sande

Netsky – Rio

Hard Fi – Hard to Beat (LE Remix)

Axwell – Pjanoo (HC Remix)

Nu:tone – System (M+F Remix)

Shinichi Osawa – Star Guitar (Brookes Bros Remix)

LE – Different Drum (Photek Remix)

HC – If We Ever

Chase & Status – Streetlife

LE – Southeastern Dream

Etherwood – Spoken

Lynx – Clap Track

Logistics – Version

Urbandawn – untitled

LE – JOS – Apex Remix VIP

DRS – The View ft LSB _ Tyler Dailey

Edward Khil – Trololololol

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Nu:Tone – Back 2 U

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

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http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

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Billon – Special (feat. Maxine Ashley) (Nu:Tone VIP Remix)

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

Follow Hospital Records:

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

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

Nu:Tone – Cannibals (feat. Dynamite MC) [Full]

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

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https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

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Nu:Tone – Change [Full]

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

Follow Hospital Records:

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

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

Nu:Tone – Lightning [Full]

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

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

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

Nu:Tone – Say That You’ll [Full]

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

Follow Hospital Records:

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

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

Nu:Tone – Roundabout [Full]

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

Follow Hospital Records:

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

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

Nu:Tone – Metaphor 6000 (feat. Kool Keith) [Full]

Buy on iTunes: http://hospi.tl/6futurehistory
or Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/8futurehistory

’Future History’ is Nu:Tone’s fourth studio album. Nu:Tone is an artist with the kind of rich history and authority to be able to reach into drum+bass’ deepest past and create an album of snapshots from the many ages of jungle; with knowing nods to classic tracks and the sound of hallmark events – from ‘Swerve’ at the Velvet Rooms to ‘Logical Progression’ and ‘Hospitality at Heaven’.

Opening with the epic ‘‘Til Dawn’ – recalling New Deep Society’s ‘Warehouse Dayz of Glory’ – an apt mission statement for the project. Soul chanteuse Lea Lea adds spine tingling vocals to ‘Tides’ before Hospitality favourite Dynamite MC steps up to the mic with the infectious bassline wobbler ‘Cannibals’. Further into the dark interior of the album things get murky with twisted rap genius, and original Ultramagnetic MC, Kool Keith blessing ‘Metaphor 6000’. As the voice of the prodigy’s ‘Smack My B*tch Up’, it’s a rare appearance for the seminal US rapper, and a coup for Nu:Tone. Across thirteen tracks, ‘Future History’ is bursting with moments of genius – each track looking squarely forward through a prism of the past.

Few drum+bass artists command the same respect as Nu:Tone, both within the scene and across the wider dance music community, with his recent discography taking in remixes for the likes of 3 beat, Warner and Sony. Nu:Tone has stripped down and re-worked the likes of Axwell, Sandy Revera et al, with Major labels clamouring for his skills behind a mixing desk.

Follow Nu:Tone:

http://nutone.org/
https://www.facebook.com/dannutone


http://instagram.com/nutone
http://open.spotify.com/artist/7pDBRy

Follow Hospital Records:

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

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