Hospital Podcast 423 with London Elektricity

It’s that time of week again! London Elektricity is back for the 423rd episode of the Hospital Podcast! In this weeks mix, expect to hear more new music from the likes of Bop x Subwave, Etherwood, Mitekiss, Degs and many other fresh tracks taken from our Hospitality House Party compilation out this Friday!

Tracklist:

Polaris – Eternal Conflict
Bop x Subwave – Escape From U
Etherwood – Isolation Jam
Dilemma – Exit Stage Left
Siege – Plastic People
BCee & Charlotte Haining – Almost There
BCee & Charlotte Haining – History
Mitekiss – Tonic
Think Tonk – Mus’ Be Mad
Danny Byrd – Do It Again
Askel – Saboteur
Missing – Junglist Nation
Dr Meaker – These Sounds (refix)
Makoto – Think (feat. MC LowQui)
Etherwood – Light My Way Home (Isolation Jam)
Impish – White Pony
Ruckspin – As She Passes By (feat. J Appiah)
Camo & Krooked – Climax
Bop x Subwave – Higher Dimension
Etherwood – Begin By Letting Go (Isolation Jam)
Etherwood – We’re Nothing Without Love (Isolation Jam)
Hugh Hardie x Mitekiss – Elska
Bop x Subwave – Lo Fi Romance
Dr Meaker – House Is A Feeling (refix)
Degs – Pressure Cooker (feat. Logistics)
Mitekiss – Charter
Krakota – To The Top (feat. Siege MC)
Dr Meaker – Discos Revenge (refix)
Blacklab – Columbia
Etherwood – Afterglow (Isolation Jam)

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Villem – We Had A Song (feat. Leo Wood)

Buy or stream ‘Hospitality House Party’ here: https://www.HospitalRecords.lnk.to/HospitalityHousePartyso

The Hospital Records family are here to provide your much needed dose of fresh cuts from all corners of drum & bass in their ‘Hospitality House Party’ compilation. The annual summer album from the south-London based imprint provides a soundtrack for a time in our lives thathas changed every one of us. From their homes to yours, their weekly virtual parties have allowed us to come together under the shared love for 174 beats per minute. The album is packed with 32 brand new original tracks, collaborations and remixes to make sure that good vibes and even better music are in plentiful supply, featuring the likes of Camo & Krooked, Flava D, London Elektricity, S.P.Y, Kings Of The Rollers, Degs, Logistics and Makoto, seamlessly blended together by Nu:Tone on the continuous mix.

Delivering everything you’d expect plus more, Urbandawn’s ‘Carnival Blues’ is a nod to his eclectic musical background.The Sao Paulo-based sonic architect canvasses vibrations fromaround the world into an untestable drum & bass cruncher. Villem sets the compilation in motion with ‘We Had A Song’ ft Leo Wood, a 2020 adaptation of a classic by the progressive contemporary icons The Roots – “You Got Me”. Villem infuses drum & bass with neo soul and hip hop to create a sublime liquid bouncer drenched in moreish guitar riffs and comforting strings.His first release since his seventh studio album, Hospital head-honcho London Elektricity has teamed up again with the Stockholm-based Bulgarian Goddess, providing stunning orchestral sounds in ‘Someone Once Gave Me A Melody’. Camo & Krooked meet Pola & Bryson on their official remix of ‘Turn Up (The Music)’ Incorporating the anthemic synth and vocal leads from the original, brisk breaks and growling basses flip the tune on its head turning it into a sub-heavy summer striker.

Embarking on an interplanetary journey through bass-ridden black holes, powerhouse trio Kings Of The Rollers have stepped up with ‘Saturn’s Strings’, plus ‘The Prophet’ which marks Voltage’s first solo release on Hospital Records. The compilation also sees an exciting release from dance music duo My Nu Leng as they join forces with Dread MC on ‘Worldwide’, a tearout destroyer that draws for system shaking basslines.Whilst they won’t be able to unite the Hospital family and wider drum & bass community this summer, Hospital Records and Hospitality continue to supply the highest calibre of music, nomatter what the circumstances.

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DRS & Dynamite – Back & Forth (feat. S.P.Y) Official Video

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Vocal veterans DRS & Dynamite present ‘Playing In The Dark’, the debut LP from their collaborative project released on Hospital Records. These two pivotal figures, who have stood at the forefront of drum & bass for over two decades, have now teamed up with an array of globally respected producers including Calibre, Roni Size, Nu:Tone, S.P.Y, DJ Zinc, Chimpo and DJ Marky, to create an uncharted 16-track LP. Following on from the success of the pair’s first single ‘Fix It All (feat. London Elektricity)’, sit back and get ready to embark on the lyrical journey of a lifetime.

Getting straight to work, ‘Back & Forth’ sees the flows of DRS & Dynamite effortlessly bounce off each other over a relentless S.P.Y instrumental. Cold bars and a fierce bassline set the track up to be timeless, that will ignite sound systems worldwide. Following suit, rave legend DJ Zinc lends his vast depths of experience for ‘Get Down’, a high energy roller with bouncing vocal hooks, energising drums and that signature catchy low-end that Zinc’s become so famed for.

Affirming his status as a true mic champion, DRS demonstrates an ability to complement his heavy hitting flows with dynamic vocal melodies in title track ‘Playing In The Dark (feat. The Vanguard Project)’, coupled with Dynamite’s sharp and meaningful lyrics, they explore the importance and inequality surrounding MC and lyricist culture within D+B. Reminiscent of their love for pirate radio, ‘Highrise FM’ sees DRS & Dynamite reflect on memories of spreading music and good vibes which still shines brightly to this day. The track is produced by none other than the liquid-funk, ambient and downtempo pioneer Calibre. Leading figure of the jungle and drum & bass movement Roni Size also steps up for ‘Not The Fakes Ones’. This remarkable link up of three legends within the scene culminates in a truly up front and in your face record, exactly what we’ve come to expect from the Reprazent pioneer.

DRS first came across Dynamite during his time in Roni Size’s Bristol collective Reprazent, the winners of the 1997 Mercury Prize ‘Album Of The Year’, now showing full circle movements in 2020. ‘Playing In The Dark’ pays respect to this collaboration and the combination of styles which is signalled so clearly throughout DRS and Dynamite’s sound. As Dynamite explains that “the producers [brought] their pallets” for himself and DRS “to paint on”, the duo were able to convey their message, history and wisdom in one of the most boundary pushing projects that drum & bass has seen.

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Hospital Podcast 422 with London Elektricity

We’re back with another edition of the Hospital Records podcast for episode 422! With the release of our summer compilation looming around the corner, London Elektricity dives in head first and doesn’t hold back in playing us fresh tunes from the album. Expect heavy hitters from the likes of Kings Of The Rollers, S.P.Y, The Vanguard Project, Fred V and many more!

Tracklist:

Villem – Roots Booty
The Vanguard Project – Burning Up
Culture Shock – Visions
Serum – Speedball
Voltage – The Prophet
Kings Of The Rollers – Saturn’s Strings
Whiney – November
Metrik – Parallel (feat. Grafix)
Fred V – Hands Of Time (feat. Alex Frankl)
S.P.Y – Come Back To Me
Need For Mirrors – Adults Only
Winslow – Snap Out Of It
Euphonique – Don’t Need Nobody
Metrik – Requiem
Need For Mirrors – Fumes
Calibre – When Sunday Goes
Askel & Elere – Shy
Impish + Meta – Keep Warm
London Elektricity – Someone Once Gave Me A Melody
Whiney – Black Ice
Whiney – No Good

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Natus – Kind Words

Buy or stream ‘Med School: Graduation’ here: http://www.HospitalRecords.lnk.to/MSGraduationyc

After thirteen years and over ninety releases, Med School has stacked the chairs and closed its doors. As a final farewell to the label, the ‘Med School: Graduation’ compilation celebrates the life of Hospital Records’ once sister label, as well as the musicians and culture that defined it, with 23 brand new tracks from label stalwarts such as Bop, Keeno, Etherwood and Whiney as well as the new blood that was always so important to the label’s experimental output.

In Med School fashion, the album brings together a myriad of drum & bass stylings and beyond. From the microfunk movements of Bop to Illexandra’s warped emergency warnings, Lakeway’s upfront grime beats to the unique electronic musings of Frederic Robinson, A.Fruit and Kimyan Law.

Representing the serene side of Med School is Etherwood’s ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’, alongside beautiful contributions from Keeno, Natus and Polaris. The tribal infusions of Royalston’s stepper ‘Mark’s Shibari Groove’ and Lung’s techno-fused rabbit hole ‘Stop Crying’ switch up the pace to reflect the breadth of Med School’s outputs. The compilation also calls back to the very beginnings of the label with a special VIP treatment of S.P.Y’s first release in the Hospital camp, MEDIC1 ‘Black Flag’.

Whiney not only brings in his deep new stepper ‘Close To You’ but is also the man behind the continuous mix on the album, seamlessly bringing together all 23 tracks for one final salute to Med School Music.

“ Medschool was an amazing label for taking risks, from Syntax to The Erised and everything in between… Without risks and new talent we cannot grow. Without you believing in our risks and new talent we are nothing.” – London Elektricity.

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Facing Jinx – Rest Assured (feat. Lavahi)

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After thirteen years and over ninety releases, Med School has stacked the chairs and closed its doors. As a final farewell to the label, the ‘Med School: Graduation’ compilation celebrates the life of Hospital Records’ once sister label, as well as the musicians and culture that defined it, with 23 brand new tracks from label stalwarts such as Bop, Keeno, Etherwood and Whiney as well as the new blood that was always so important to the label’s experimental output.

In Med School fashion, the album brings together a myriad of drum & bass stylings and beyond. From the microfunk movements of Bop to Illexandra’s warped emergency warnings, Lakeway’s upfront grime beats to the unique electronic musings of Frederic Robinson, A.Fruit and Kimyan Law.

Representing the serene side of Med School is Etherwood’s ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’, alongside beautiful contributions from Keeno, Natus and Polaris. The tribal infusions of Royalston’s stepper ‘Mark’s Shibari Groove’ and Lung’s techno-fused rabbit hole ‘Stop Crying’ switch up the pace to reflect the breadth of Med School’s outputs. The compilation also calls back to the very beginnings of the label with a special VIP treatment of S.P.Y’s first release in the Hospital camp, MEDIC1 ‘Black Flag’.

Whiney not only brings in his deep new stepper ‘Close To You’ but is also the man behind the continuous mix on the album, seamlessly bringing together all 23 tracks for one final salute to Med School Music.

“ Medschool was an amazing label for taking risks, from Syntax to The Erised and everything in between… Without risks and new talent we cannot grow. Without you believing in our risks and new talent we are nothing.” – London Elektricity

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Kings Of The Rollers – Saturn’s Strings

Buy or stream ‘Hospitality House Party’ here: http://www.HospitalRecords.lnk.to/HospitalityHousePartyyc

The Hospital Records family are here to provide your much needed dose of fresh cuts from all corners of drum & bass in their ‘Hospitality House Party’ compilation. The annual summer album from the south-London based imprint provides a soundtrack for a time in our lives that has changed every one of us. From their homes to yours, their weekly virtual parties have allowed us to come together under the shared love for 174 beats per minute.

The album is packed with 32 brand new original tracks, collaborations and remixes to make sure that good vibes and even better music are in plentiful supply, featuring the likes of Camo & Krooked, Flava D, London Elektricity, S.P.Y, Kings Of The Rollers, Degs, Logistics and Makoto, seamlessly blended together by Nu:Tone on the continuous mix.

Delivering everything you’d expect plus more, Urbandawn’s ‘Carnival Blues’ is a nod to his eclectic musical background.The Sao Paulo-based sonic architect canvasses vibrations from around the world into an untestable drum & bass cruncher. Villem sets the compilation in motion with ‘We Had A Song’ ft Leo Wood, a 2020 cover of a classic by the progressive contemporary icons The Roots – “You Got Me”. Villem infuses drum & bass with neo soul and hip hop to create a sublime liquid bouncer drenched in moreish guitar riffs and comforting strings.

His first release since his seventh studio album, Hospital head-honcho London Elektricity has teamed up again with the Stockholm-based Bulgarian Goddess, providing stunning orchestral sounds in ‘Someone Once Gave Me A Melody’. Camo & Krooked meet Pola & Bryson on their official remix of ‘Turn Up (The Music)’. Incorporating the anthemic synth and vocal leads from the original, brisk breaks and growling basses flip the tune on its head turning it into a sub-heavy summer striker.

Embarking on an interplanetary journey through bass-ridden black holes, powerhouse trio Kings Of The Rollers have stepped up with ‘Saturn’s Strings’, plus ‘The Prophet’ which marks Voltage’s first solo release on Hospital Records. The compilation also sees an exciting release from dance music duo My Nu Leng as they join forces with Dread MC on ‘Worldwide’, a tearout destroyer that draws for system shaking basslines.

Whilst they won’t be able to unite the Hospital family and wider drum & bass community this summer, Hospital Records and Hospitality continue to supply the highest calibre of music, no matter what the circumstances.

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Lung – Stop Crying

Buy or stream ‘Med School: Graduation’ here: www.HospitalRecords.lnk.to/MSGraduationyc

After thirteen years and over ninety releases, Med School has stacked the chairs and closed its doors. As a final farewell to the label, the ‘Med School: Graduation’ compilation celebrates the life of Hospital Records’ once sister label, as well as the musicians and culture that defined it, with 23 brand new tracks from label stalwarts such as Bop, Keeno, Etherwood and Whiney as well as the new blood that was always so important to the label’s experimental output.

In Med School fashion, the album brings together a myriad of drum & bass stylings and beyond. From the microfunk movements of Bop to Illexandra’s warped emergency warnings, Lakeway’s upfront grime beats to the unique electronic musings of Frederic Robinson, A.Fruit and Kimyan Law.

Representing the serene side of Med School is Etherwood’s ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’, alongside beautiful contributions from Keeno, Natus and Polaris. The tribal infusions of Royalston’s stepper ‘Mark’s Shibari Groove’ and Lung’s techno-fused rabbit hole ‘Stop Crying’ switch up the pace to reflect the breadth of Med School’s outputs. The compilation also calls back to the very beginnings of the label with a special VIP treatment of S.P.Y’s first release in the Hospital camp, MEDIC1 ‘Black Flag’.

Whiney not only brings in his deep new stepper ‘Close To You’ but is also the man behind the continuous mix on the album, seamlessly bringing together all 23 tracks for one final salute to Med School Music.

“ Medschool was an amazing label for taking risks, from Syntax to The Erised and everything in between… Without risks and new talent we cannot grow. Without you believing in our risks and new talent we are nothing.” – London Elektricity.

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Miss Redflower – Conundrum

Buy or stream ‘Med School: Graduation’ here: http://www.HospitalRecords.lnk.to/MSGraduationso

After thirteen years and over ninety releases, Med School has stacked the chairs and closed its doors. As a final farewell to the label, the ‘Med School: Graduation’ compilation celebrates the life of Hospital Records’ once sister label, as well as the musicians and culture that defined it, with 23 brand new tracks from label stalwarts such as Bop, Keeno, Etherwood and Whiney as well as the new blood that was always so important to the label’s experimental output.

In Med School fashion, the album brings together a myriad of drum & bass stylings and beyond. From the microfunk movements of Bop to Illexandra’s warped emergency warnings, Lakeway’s upfront grime beats to the unique electronic musings of Frederic Robinson, A.Fruit and Kimyan Law.

Representing the serene side of Med School is Etherwood’s ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’, alongside beautiful contributions from Keeno, Natus and Polaris. The tribal infusions of Royalston’s stepper ‘Mark’s Shibari Groove’ and Lung’s techno-fused rabbit hole ‘Stop Crying’ switch up the pace to reflect the breadth of Med School’s outputs. The compilation also calls back to the very beginnings of the label with a special VIP treatment of S.P.Y’s first release in the Hospital camp, MEDIC1 ‘Black Flag’.

Whiney not only brings in his deep new stepper ‘Close To You’ but is also the man behind the continuous mix on the album, seamlessly bringing together all 23 tracks for one final salute to Med School Music.

“ Medschool was an amazing label for taking risks, from Syntax to The Erised and everything in between… Without risks and new talent we cannot grow. Without you believing in our risks and new talent we are nothing.” – London Elektricity.

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Hospital Podcast 421 with London Elektricity

London Elektricity steps back into the Podcast hot seat and takes the wheel for the 421th instalment of this weeks episode! Seeing the release of Metrik’s highly anticipated third album ‘Ex-Machina’ London Elek plays us the intense self titled track from the LP and keeps us locked in with freshness from heavyweight Urbandawn with his new single ‘Carnival Blues’ and also Whiney’s vibey new ‘Guernsey Airport Bubbler’!

Tracklist: 

Mitekiss – Matter (feat. Vonné)
Muffler – Thousand Lake
Camo & Krooked – Faith (Red Bull Symphonic)
Telomic – Limited (DEMO OF THE WEEK)
London Electricity – Incurable 
Hugh Hardie – Day 4: CNK
Peshay & Sense – Tell Me
DC Break – Pickett Line (Technimatic Remix)
Hugh Hardie – Day 5: Ticker
Culture Shock – There For You (LSB Remix)
Urbandawn – Carnival Blue
Genevieve Artadi  – Living Like I Know I’m Going To Die
Hugh Hardie – Day 7: Gretchen Bass 
Keeno – Fall Beneath You (feat. Etherwood)
Hugh Hardie – Day 6: Bending Light (feat. Polar & Bryson)
Muffler – The Inner Healer
Special Request – Spectral Frequency 
Missing – Jack It Operator (Fracture Remix)
Krakota – To The Top (feat. Siege MC)
Unknown – Dubplate
Flava D – Mesmerise (Bop x Subwave Remix)
Nu:Tone – Piece Of You (feat. Stac (Refix)
Whiney – Guernsey Airport Bubbler (feat. MC GQ)
Dillinja – Hard Noize (Break Remix)
Metrik – Ex Machina
Logistics – Playing With Fire
Netsky – Moving With You (Die, Interface & Wil Cart) 
Camo & Krooked – Aurora (feat. Metrik) Red Bull Symphonic 
John B – Iv’e Been Stalking You On Myspace (Radio Mix) 2020 Remix

 

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London Elektricity presents: Colman’s Mustard Mix (EP 1)

A bi-weekly series of mixes by London Elektricity direct from his home! Get locked in for episode 1 of the Colman’s Mustard Mix…

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Frederic Robinson – Skip

https://Buy or stream ‘Med School: Graduation’ here: http://www.HospitalRecords.lnk.to/MSGraduationyc

After thirteen years and over ninety releases, Med School has stacked the chairs and closed its doors. As a final farewell to the label, the ‘Med School: Graduation’ compilation celebrates the life of Hospital Records’ once sister label, as well as the musicians and culture that defined it, with 23 brand new tracks from label stalwarts such as Bop, Keeno, Etherwood and Whiney as well as the new blood that was always so important to the label’s experimental output.

In Med School fashion, the album brings together a myriad of drum & bass stylings and beyond. From the microfunk movements of Bop to Illexandra’s warped emergency warnings, Lakeway’s upfront grime beats to the unique electronic musings of Frederic Robinson, A.Fruit and Kimyan Law.

Representing the serene side of Med School is Etherwood’s ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’, alongside beautiful contributions from Keeno, Natus and Polaris. The tribal infusions of Royalston’s stepper ‘Mark’s Shibari Groove’ and Lung’s techno-fused rabbit hole ‘Stop Crying’ switch up the pace to reflect the breadth of Med School’s outputs. The compilation also calls back to the very beginnings of the label with a special VIP treatment of S.P.Y’s first release in the Hospital camp, MEDIC1 ‘Black Flag’.

Whiney not only brings in his deep new stepper ‘Close To You’ but is also the man behind the continuous mix on the album, seamlessly bringing together all 23 tracks for one final salute to Med School Music.

“ Medschool was an amazing label for taking risks, from Syntax to The Erised and everything in between… Without risks and new talent we cannot grow. Without you believing in our risks and new talent we are nothing.” – London Elektricity

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Villem – Stereogram

Buy or stream ‘Med School: Graduation’ here: https://www.HospitalRecords.lnk.to/MSGraduationyc

After thirteen years and over ninety releases, Med School has stacked the chairs and closed its doors. As a final farewell to the label, the ‘Med School: Graduation’ compilation celebrates the life of Hospital Records’ once sister label, as well as the musicians and culture that defined it, with 23 brand new tracks from label stalwarts such as Bop, Keeno, Etherwood and Whiney as well as the new blood that was always so important to the label’s experimental output.

In Med School fashion, the album brings together a myriad of drum & bass stylings and beyond. From the microfunk movements of Bop to Illexandra’s warped emergency warnings, Lakeway’s upfront grime beats to the unique electronic musings of Frederic Robinson, A.Fruit and Kimyan Law.

Representing the serene side of Med School is Etherwood’s ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’, alongside beautiful contributions from Keeno, Natus and Polaris. The tribal infusions of Royalston’s stepper ‘Mark’s Shibari Groove’ and Lung’s techno-fused rabbit hole ‘Stop Crying’ switch up the pace to reflect the breadth of Med School’s outputs. The compilation also calls back to the very beginnings of the label with a special VIP treatment of S.P.Y’s first release in the Hospital camp, MEDIC1 ‘Black Flag’.

Whiney not only brings in his deep new stepper ‘Close To You’ but is also the man behind the continuous mix on the album, seamlessly bringing together all 23 tracks for one final salute to Med School Music.

“ Medschool was an amazing label for taking risks, from Syntax to The Erised and everything in between… Without risks and new talent we cannot grow. Without you believing in our risks and new talent we are nothing.” – London Elektricity

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Phase – Ringer

Buy or stream ‘Med School: Graduation’ here: https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/MSGraduationyc

After thirteen years and over ninety releases, Med School has stacked the chairs and closed its doors. As a final farewell to the label, the ‘Med School: Graduation’ compilation celebrates the life of Hospital Records’ once sister label, as well as the musicians and culture that defined it, with 23 brand new tracks from label stalwarts such as Bop, Keeno, Etherwood and Whiney as well as the new blood that was always so important to the label’s experimental output.

In Med School fashion, the album brings together a myriad of drum & bass stylings and beyond. From the microfunk movements of Bop to Illexandra’s warped emergency warnings, Lakeway’s upfront grime beats to the unique electronic musings of Frederic Robinson, A.Fruit and Kimyan Law.

Representing the serene side of Med School is Etherwood’s ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’, alongside beautiful contributions from Keeno, Natus and Polaris. The tribal infusions of Royalston’s stepper ‘Mark’s Shibari Groove’ and Lung’s techno-fused rabbit hole ‘Stop Crying’ switch up the pace to reflect the breadth of Med School’s outputs. The compilation also calls back to the very beginnings of the label with a special VIP treatment of S.P.Y’s first release in the Hospital camp, MEDIC1 ‘Black Flag’.

Whiney not only brings in his deep new stepper ‘Close To You’ but is also the man behind the continuous mix on the album, seamlessly bringing together all 23 tracks for one final salute to Med School Music.

“ Medschool was an amazing label for taking risks, from Syntax to The Erised and everything in between… Without risks and new talent we cannot grow. Without you believing in our risks and new talent we are nothing.” – London Elektricity

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Kimyan Law – Kaleido

Buy or stream ‘Med School: Graduation’ here: http://www.HospitalRecords.lnk.to/MSGraduationyc

After thirteen years and over ninety releases, Med School has stacked the chairs and closed its doors. As a final farewell to the label, the ‘Med School: Graduation’ compilation celebrates the life of Hospital Records’ once sister label, as well as the musicians and culture that defined it, with 23 brand new tracks from label stalwarts such as Bop, Keeno, Etherwood and Whiney as well as the new blood that was always so important to the label’s experimental output.

In Med School fashion, the album brings together a myriad of drum & bass stylings and beyond. From the microfunk movements of Bop to Illexandra’s warped emergency warnings, Lakeway’s upfront grime beats to the unique electronic musings of Frederic Robinson, A.Fruit and Kimyan Law.

Representing the serene side of Med School is Etherwood’s ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’, alongside beautiful contributions from Keeno, Natus and Polaris. The tribal infusions of Royalston’s stepper ‘Mark’s Shibari Groove’ and Lung’s techno-fused rabbit hole ‘Stop Crying’ switch up the pace to reflect the breadth of Med School’s outputs. The compilation also calls back to the very beginnings of the label with a special VIP treatment of S.P.Y’s first release in the Hospital camp, MEDIC1 ‘Black Flag’.

Whiney not only brings in his deep new stepper ‘Close To You’ but is also the man behind the continuous mix on the album, seamlessly bringing together all 23 tracks for one final salute to Med School Music.

“ Medschool was an amazing label for taking risks, from Syntax to The Erised and everything in between… Without risks and new talent we cannot grow. Without you believing in our risks and new talent we are nothing.” – London Elektricity.

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Hospital Podcast 419 with London Elektricity

For the 419th episode of the Hospital Podcast, London Elektricity takes you through some of the new tracks from Hugh Hardie’s unique ‘7 Tunes In 7 Days’ project and also the new single ‘Zephyr (feat. Ruth Royal)’ by Grafix! On top of all this expect to hear brand new drum + bass from the likes of Bungle, Voltage and more!

Tracklist:

Particle – Business Techno
Mountain – Kyoto
Grand Unified – Music Makes Me Feel This Way
Grafix – Zephyr (feat. Ruth Royal)
Mefjus & Noisia – Foundations
Bungle – Moving Pages
Hugh Hardie – Day 1: Back & Forth
Calibre – When Sunday Goes
Hugh Hardie – Day 3: Klaxon
Lynch Kingsley – Distance Between Soundwaves
Dogger, Mindstate, Liam Bailey – Holding Back (feat. DRS)
Voltage – Space Station
Hugh Hardie – Day 2: Loose Leaf
Alpha Rhythm – Wardenfell (Demo Of The Week)
Voltage – Cold Air
Arcatype – Mind Loop
Jonny L – 1 n 2
Original Sin – Rewind
Tatora – Believe

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Polaris – Computer Music

Buy or stream ‘Med School: Graduation’ here: http://www.HospitalRecords.lnk.to/MSGraduationyc

After thirteen years and over ninety releases, Med School has stacked the chairs and closed its doors. As a final farewell to the label, the ‘Med School: Graduation’ compilation celebrates the life of Hospital Records’ once sister label, as well as the musicians and culture that defined it, with 23 brand new tracks from label stalwarts such as Bop, Keeno, Etherwood and Whiney as well as the new blood that was always so important to the label’s experimental output.

In Med School fashion, the album brings together a myriad of drum & bass stylings and beyond. From the microfunk movements of Bop to Illexandra’s warped emergency warnings, Lakeway’s upfront grime beats to the unique electronic musings of Frederic Robinson, A.Fruit and Kimyan Law.

Representing the serene side of Med School is Etherwood’s ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’, alongside beautiful contributions from Keeno, Natus and Polaris. The tribal infusions of Royalston’s stepper ‘Mark’s Shibari Groove’ and Lung’s techno-fused rabbit hole ‘Stop Crying’ switch up the pace to reflect the breadth of Med School’s outputs. The compilation also calls back to the very beginnings of the label with a special VIP treatment of S.P.Y’s first release in the Hospital camp, MEDIC1 ‘Black Flag’.

Whiney not only brings in his deep new stepper ‘Close To You’ but is also the man behind the continuous mix on the album, seamlessly bringing together all 23 tracks for one final salute to Med School Music.

“ Medschool was an amazing label for taking risks, from Syntax to The Erised and everything in between… Without risks and new talent we cannot grow. Without you believing in our risks and new talent we are nothing.” – London Elektricity

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Hospital Podcast 418 with London Elektricity

In Episode 418 London Elektricity selects fresh cuts from the incredible Camo & Krooked x Red Bull Symphonic Orchestra performance LP, tunes from the Med School: Graduation compilation, a killer track for the demo of the week by talent up & coming producer ‘Leniz’ and more covering the full spectrum of Drum & Bass!

Tracklist:

Camo & Krooked – Move Around (feat. Ian Shaw) (Red Bull Symphonic)
Camo & Krooked – Turn Up The Music (Red Bull Symphonic)
Gardna – Good Time Not A Long Time (Watch The Ride Remix)
The Hospital Pianist (Marzia Hudajarova) – Drowning Without You (Fred V & Grafix Cover)
Villem – Stereogram
Chimpo – Nob Ed 
Bop – Magic.gif
Camo & Krooked – Climax (Red Bull Symphonic)
The Hospital Pianist (Marzia Hudajarova) – Puppy (Camo & Krooked Cover)
The Hospital Pianist (Marzia Hudajarova) – Just One Second (London Elektricity Cover)
Leniz – Can’t Get Over You (Demo Of The Week)
Lanslide – Tumbling 
Bop – Nothing Makes Any Sense (Blu Mar Ten Remix)
Kings Of The Rollers – Burnt Ends (Circuits Remix)
Camo & Krooked- Set It Off (feat. Jeru The Damaja)
Camo & Krooked – Loa (Red Bull Symphonic)
The Hospital Pianist (Marzia Hudajarova) – Loving You Is Easy (Camo & Krooked Cover)
Cnof – Jazzy Delight 
Askel, Elere & Trisector – Last Days

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Royalston – Mark’s Shibari Groove

Buy or stream ‘Med School: Graduation’ here: www.HospitalRecords.lnk.to/MSGraduationyc

After thirteen years and over ninety releases, Med School has stacked the chairs and closed its doors. As a final farewell to the label, the ‘Med School: Graduation’ compilation celebrates the life of Hospital Records’ once sister label, as well as the musicians and culture that defined it, with 23 brand new tracks from label stalwarts such as Bop, Keeno, Etherwood and Whiney as well as the new blood that was always so important to the label’s experimental output.

In Med School fashion, the album brings together a myriad of drum & bass stylings and beyond. From the microfunk movements of Bop to Illexandra’s warped emergency warnings, Lakeway’s upfront grime beats to the unique electronic musings of Frederic Robinson, A.Fruit and Kimyan Law.

Representing the serene side of Med School is Etherwood’s ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’, alongside beautiful contributions from Keeno, Natus and Polaris. The tribal infusions of Royalston’s stepper ‘Mark’s Shibari Groove’ and Lung’s techno-fused rabbit hole ‘Stop Crying’ switch up the pace to reflect the breadth of Med School’s outputs. The compilation also calls back to the very beginnings of the label with a special VIP treatment of S.P.Y’s first release in the Hospital camp, MEDIC1 ‘Black Flag’.

Whiney not only brings in his deep new stepper ‘Close To You’ but is also the man behind the continuous mix on the album, seamlessly bringing together all 23 tracks for one final salute to Med School Music.

“ Medschool was an amazing label for taking risks, from Syntax to The Erised and everything in between… Without risks and new talent we cannot grow. Without you believing in our risks and new talent we are nothing.” – London Elektricity.

Follow Royalston:

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Illexxandra – Emergency Medical Hologram

Buy or stream ‘Med School: Graduation’ here: http://www.HospitalRecords.lnk.to/MSGraduationso

After thirteen years and over ninety releases, Med School has stacked the chairs and closed its doors. As a final farewell to the label, the ‘Med School: Graduation’ compilation celebrates the life of Hospital Records’ once sister label, as well as the musicians and culture that defined it, with 23 brand new tracks from label stalwarts such as Bop, Keeno, Etherwood and Whiney as well as the new blood that was always so important to the label’s experimental output.

In Med School fashion, the album brings together a myriad of drum & bass stylings and beyond. From the microfunk movements of Bop to Illexandra’s warped emergency warnings, Lakeway’s upfront grime beats to the unique electronic musings of Frederic Robinson, A.Fruit and Kimyan Law.

Representing the serene side of Med School is Etherwood’s ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’, alongside beautiful contributions from Keeno, Natus and Polaris. The tribal infusions of Royalston’s stepper ‘Mark’s Shibari Groove’ and Lung’s techno-fused rabbit hole ‘Stop Crying’ switch up the pace to reflect the breadth of Med School’s outputs. The compilation also calls back to the very beginnings of the label with a special VIP treatment of S.P.Y’s first release in the Hospital camp, MEDIC1 ‘Black Flag’.

Whiney not only brings in his deep new stepper ‘Close To You’ but is also the man behind the continuous mix on the album, seamlessly bringing together all 23 tracks for one final salute to Med School Music.

“ Medschool was an amazing label for taking risks, from Syntax to The Erised and everything in between… Without risks and new talent we cannot grow. Without you believing in our risks and new talent we are nothing.” – London Elektricity.

Follow Illexxandra:

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Hospital Podcast 417 with London Elektricity

Podcast 417 takes you on a rollercoaster ride of speed and styles as London Elektricity guides you through the beautiful adaptations from The Hospital Piano Music songbook, as well as serving up some freshly cooked heat from the D+B community.

Tracklist:

The Hospital Pianist (Marzia Hudajarova) – Morning Light (Nu:Logic cover)
T-I – Curtains
The Hospital Pianist (Marzia Hudajarova) – Nightingale (Hugh Hardie cover)
Halogenix – Independent
Nelver – North Station
The Hospital Pianist (Marzia Hudajarova) – Beautiful Lies (B-Complex cover)
Kings Of The Rollers – XXX
Dogger – Too Long
Nelver – Start Key
The Hospital Pianist (Marzia Hudajarova) – Nocturne (Keeno cover)
The Hospital Pianist (Marzia Hudajarova) – Northen Lights (Metrik cover)
The Hospital Pianist (Marzia Hudajarova) – What The Future Holds (S.P.Y cover)
The Hospital Pianist (Marzia Hudajarova) – Begin By Letting Go (Etherwood cover)
Dogger, Mindstate & Liam Bailey – The Time Is Yours
AC13 – Atlas (feat. King DeepField)
Zero T – Jazz Tone
Kings Of The Rollers – Burnt Ends (Circuits Remix)
Kings Of The Rollers – Solar Heat
Screamarts – Mischievous (DEMO)
Kings Of The Rollers – Somebody Else (feat. Lydia Plain)

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Degs – Crusade (feat. In:Most)

Buy or stream ‘Letters From Ndegwa’ here: https://Degs.lnk.to/LettersFromNdegwayc

Degs’ hit single ‘Poveglia’ and 8-track ‘Mixtape Sprayout’ has made him a drum & bass fan favourite, now he takes centre-stage to unveil his highly anticipated debut album, ‘Letters From Ndgewa’. As well as producing, writing and singing on his tracks, Degs has brought in an all-star collective with S.P.Y, Logistics, Unglued, LSB and Pola & Bryson. His unmistakable charisma is injected across 14 tracks, including his previous singles ‘Levitate Your Mind’ (ft Unglued) and ‘Killer’.

‘Sleepless’ showcases Degs’ versatility as a vocalist. This deep, atmospheric number, produced by Shogun Audio’s Pola & Bryson, wields the art of spoken word and unique lyrical flow for a mesmerising late-night stepper. Degs’ bittersweet soul shines through on ‘Head Trip’ with the production finesse of Phil:osophy. Haunting piano work serves as the foundation for Degs’ silky flows, tear-out rap and snappy hooks. Hospital heavyweight Logistics, a master of liquid D+B, joins the fray on ‘Colour My Soul’ for a sublime track that takes you back to the original Hospital loungecore sound.

Degs’ meteoric rise has taken him worldwide, performing alongside his touring DJ, Lens, at huge summer hotspots like Audioriver, Sun & Bass and Hospitality In The Park. He continues to shine when hosting for some of D+B’s biggest names – London Elektricity, Hybrid Minds, Danny Byrd – and has already received support from BBC Radio 1’s Rene LaVice, Kiss FM’s Andi Durrant, Charlie Tee and Mollie Collins, and Worldwide FM’s Laurent Garnier.Follow

Lyrics:

It’s like I’ll never make…

It’s like I’ll never make the grade
I’ve grown tired of this crusade

Yeah I’ve grown tired of this crusade
Yeah I’ve grown tired of this crusade
I need transparence
Cos I’m far too gone to read between the lines
No more damage
I ain’t living in a house of your design
Should have noticed all the signs

Stop these games
I’m too old to play
Yeah, yeah
Lift these brakes
Can’t waste time on a life that’s fake

Cos I got places to be
And we got places to see
I got places to go
We don’t need to be feeling alone
Your missed call lights up my phone
Your missed call lights up my phone
Your missed call lights up my phone
Yeah

Yeah I’ve grown tired of this crusade
Yeah I’ve grown tired of this crusade

Stop these games
I’m too old to play
Yeah, yeah
Lift these brakes
Can’t waste time on a life that’s fake

Cos I got places to be
And we got places to see
I got places to go
We don’t need to be feeling alone
Your missed call lights up my phone
Your missed call lights up my phone
Your missed call lights up my phoneIt’s like I’ll never make…

It’s like I’ll never make the grade
I’ve grown tired of this crusade

Yeah I’ve grown tired of this crusade
Yeah I’ve grown tired of this crusade
I need transparence
Cos I’m far too gone to read between the lines
No more damage
I ain’t living in a house of your design
Should have noticed all the signs

Stop these games
I’m too old to play
Yeah, yeah
Lift these brakes
Can’t waste time on a life that’s fake

Cos I got places to be
And we got places to see
I got places to go
We don’t need to be feeling alone
Your missed call lights up my phone
Your missed call lights up my phone
Your missed call lights up my phone
Yeah

Yeah I’ve grown tired of this crusade
Yeah I’ve grown tired of this crusade

Stop these games
I’m too old to play
Yeah, yeah
Lift these brakes
Can’t waste time on a life that’s fake

Cos I got places to be
And we got places to see
I got places to go
We don’t need to be feeling alone
Your missed call lights up my phone
Your missed call lights up my phone
Your missed call lights up my phone

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Bop – Magic.gif

Buy or stream ‘Med School: Graduation’ here: https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/MSGraduationyc

After thirteen years and over ninety releases, Med School has stacked the chairs and closed its doors. As a final farewell to the label, the ‘Med School: Graduation’ compilation celebrates the life of Hospital Records’ once sister label, as well as the musicians and culture that defined it, with 23 brand new tracks from label stalwarts such as Bop, Keeno, Etherwood and Whiney as well as the new blood that was always so important to the label’s experimental output.

In Med School fashion, the album brings together a myriad of drum & bass stylings and beyond. From the microfunk movements of Bop to Illexandra’s warped emergency warnings, Lakeway’s upfront grime beats to the unique electronic musings of Frederic Robinson, A.Fruit and Kimyan Law.

Representing the serene side of Med School is Etherwood’s ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’, alongside beautiful contributions from Keeno, Natus and Polaris. The tribal infusions of Royalston’s stepper ‘Mark’s Shibari Groove’ and Lung’s techno-fused rabbit hole ‘Stop Crying’ switch up the pace to reflect the breadth of Med School’s outputs. The compilation also calls back to the very beginnings of the label with a special VIP treatment of S.P.Y’s first release in the Hospital camp, MEDIC1 ‘Black Flag’.

Whiney not only brings in his deep new stepper ‘Close To You’ but is also the man behind the continuous mix on the album, seamlessly bringing together all 23 tracks for one final salute to Med School Music.

“ Medschool was an amazing label for taking risks, from Syntax to The Erised and everything in between… Without risks and new talent we cannot grow. Without you believing in our risks and new talent we are nothing.” – London Elektricity.

Follow Bop:

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Degs – Pamoja Forever

Buy or stream ‘Letters From Ndegwa’ here: https://Degs.lnk.to/LettersFromNdegwayc

Degs’ hit single ‘Poveglia’ and 8-track ‘Mixtape Sprayout’ has made him a drum & bass fan favourite, now he takes centre-stage to unveil his highly anticipated debut album, ‘Letters From Ndgewa’. As well as producing, writing and singing on his tracks, Degs has brought in an all-star collective with S.P.Y, Logistics, Unglued, LSB and Pola & Bryson. His unmistakable charisma is injected across 14 tracks, including his previous singles ‘Levitate Your Mind’ (ft Unglued) and ‘Killer’.

‘Sleepless’ showcases Degs’ versatility as a vocalist. This deep, atmospheric number, produced by Shogun Audio’s Pola & Bryson, wields the art of spoken word and unique lyrical flow for a mesmerising late-night stepper. Degs’ bittersweet soul shines through on ‘Head Trip’ with the production finesse of Phil:osophy. Haunting piano work serves as the foundation for Degs’ silky flows, tear-out rap and snappy hooks. Hospital heavyweight Logistics, a master of liquid D+B, joins the fray on ‘Colour My Soul’ for a sublime track that takes you back to the original Hospital loungecore sound.

Degs’ meteoric rise has taken him worldwide, performing alongside his touring DJ, Lens, at huge summer hotspots like Audioriver, Sun & Bass and Hospitality In The Park. He continues to shine when hosting for some of D+B’s biggest names – London Elektricity, Hybrid Minds, Danny Byrd – and has already received support from BBC Radio 1’s Rene LaVice, Kiss FM’s Andi Durrant, Charlie Tee and Mollie Collins, and Worldwide FM’s Laurent Garnier.

Lyrics

Pamoja forever
Pamoja forever

Link arms in any weather
Separation makes us lose
In sync we beat the pressure

Pamoja forever
Pamoja forever

We can’t do this on our own
If we got big dreams
Then we can’t segregate
In division we lose focus
We let our differences provoke us
To build self esteem
Then we must change
I smile as I’m writing this verse
Cos I’m feeling secure in these words
Link arms in any weather
Separation makes us lose
In sync we beat the pressure

Pamoja forever
Pamoja forever

We can’t do this on our own
(Do this on our own)
(Do this on our own)

There’s a place for broken souls
It’s music where we’re finding our escape
The family pulls us through
Get lost in this unspoken code
In sound is where we find our better days
The road ain’t always smooth
But you can do this if you choose
Link arms in any weather
Separation makes us lose
In sync we beat the pressure

Pamoja forever
Pamoja forever
Pamoja forever
Pamoja forever
We can’t do this on our own
(Do this on our own)

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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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