Hospital Podcast 411 with London Elektricity

London Elektricity keeps us all entertained during these unprecedented times with the Hospital Podcast 411! Featuring a fresh haul of Drum & Bass music from artists such as Unglued, Changing Faces, Need For Mirrors, Calyx & Teebee, Bop and more!

Tracklist: 

Think Tonk – What A Ting (L-Side Remix)
Need For Mirrors – Thugga
HomeSick – Inna Dis VIP
Kumo – Top Boy
Kanye West – Water (Netsky Remix)
Calyx & Teebee – Jealousy 
HOST – Continuum
A Sides – Conscious Dub
Heist – Cloak
London Elektricity – Harlesden
Unglued – Mic Strangler (feat. MC GQ)
Bop – Fragile Moments 
Mollie Collins – Mad World (feat. Leah Guest)
A Sides – Arctic (feat. MC Fats)
Changing Faces – Collide (feat. Lottie Woo)
Joris Voorn – Messiah (J Majik Remix)

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London Elektricity – Harlesden (Cyantific Remix)

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For the second chapter of our ‘Fast Music’ series we take a journey through the sounds of jungle. From the 19-year Hospital Records and Med School back catalogue we draw from the core, proving just how deep the roots go in drum & bass of past and present.

With influences of breakbeat, dub and reggae, jungle is at the foundation of some of Hospital’s most prominent dance-floor prowlers. In over 46 tracks, Nu:Tone keeps the energy high, moving through the vocal chop-ups of Logistics and Danny Byrd, the deep basslines of S.P.Y and Total Science and right through to the broken beats of A-Sides and Krakota. Not to mention the likes of Calibre, Commix, Icicle, D*Minds and Detail also inspired by the drum & bass origin, bringing the junglist hype right to the forefront.

This time round the carnival horns are calling, the elastic bass-lines drawing and there’s a full return of the reverb. Get ready for the rumble of “Fast Jungle Music”.