Hospital Podcast 416 with London Elektricity

Following the release of the ‘Med School: Graduation’ Compilation last week, London Elektricity takes you through a generous serving of tracks from the LP making episode 416 a graduation special! Topped off with new music from Kings Of The Rollers, taken from ‘The Main Event’ EP out this Friday on Hospital Records!

Track list:

Kings Of The Rollers – Somebody Else (feat. Lydia Plain)
Etherwood – Nowhere To Go But Everywhere
Phase – Ringer
Calibre – Be Beautiful
Constrict – Refreshers
Keeno – Lost For Words (feat. Walk:r & Natalie Wood)
Nu:Tone – Hyper Hyper
London Elektricity – Dub My Dreams
Dr Meaker – Birds Flying High
Bop & Unquote – Drifting Away
Synkro – Drieway
Chimpo – Oh Your Goodness
Kimya Law – Kaleido
Little Mountain – Little Mountain (Akirpap Pacific Rim remix)
Easy & Geeks – Shoreless
A.Fruit – Bike Paths
Lung – Stop Crying
Miss Redflower – Conundrum
Facing Jinx – Rest Assured (feat. Lavahi)
Illexxandra – Emergency Medical Hologram
Whytwo – Armour

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Nu:Tone – Hyper Hyper

Hospital Shop – https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/nutone/nhs165-hyper-hyper
iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/hyper-hyper/id362547018?uo=4&at=11l9mP

One of the sleeping giants on the ever expanding Hospital roster, Dan Greshams musical output has been select and specific of late. Whilst his contribution to Hospitals Future Sound of Cambridge and Sick Music projects have been huge, this is his first single since the massive System 12 featuring Matrix and Natalie Williams.

Hyper Hyper is the convulsing electro D+B anthem which has been mashing up dancefloors and airwaves since it began to appear in the sets of A-listers at the turn of the year. Instantly recognisable from its infectious chromatic synth riff, its already being championed by the likes of Subfocus in Mixmag crossing outside the confines of D+B into the wider world.