Hospital Podcast 407 with London Elektricity

Welcome to the first Hospital Records podcast of 2020! Starting off strong, join us as London Elektricity whips through fresh new drum and bass, including tracks from Kings Of The Rollers, S.P.Y, Nu:Tone and the forthcoming ‘Sick Music 2020’ compilation!

Tracklist:

Kings Of The Rollers – You Got Me (S.P.Y Remix)
Mitekiss – Something Real (feat. Ruth Corey)
Dutta & Marky – Waffles
BrandNewTrumpets – FM Frequencies 
Dawn Wall – Take Controll
Enei – Ghost Boat
Psoij – No Cats
Jesse Fancis – Call Last Night (Natus Remix)
Optiv & CZA – In Too Deep
Optiv & CZA – Cabin Fever
Urbandawn – Egregor
Degs – Levitate Your Mind (feat. Unglued)
DJ Hazard – Far Fetched
Dr Meaker – Fighter (feat. Lorna King) (S.P.Y Remix)
Seba – Loose Control (Technimatic Remix)
London Elektricity – Vapor Trails 
Invadhertz & LaMeduza – Nourishing Souls
DRS & LSB – Letting Go
Nu:Tone – The Moment
Goldbug – Whole Lotta Love
Makoto – Voyager 
Goddard – Pecking Order 

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Degs – Levitate Your Mind (feat. Unglued)

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The charismatic mic champion Degs and production powerhouse Unglued have teamed up on ‘Levitate Your Mind’ – stocked with feel-good vibrations, bouncing bass and soulful flows!

Marking the first chapter of Hospital Records’ 2020 story is the return of their flagship compilation series, ‘Sick Music 2020’. Loaded with 25 brand new tracks from the world of drum & bass, ranging from fresh original productions to exclusive new remixes and future classics from the Hospital Records family and some very special guests. The album kicks off the year with first-class sonics from the likes of London Elektricity, Kings Of The Rollers, S.P.Y, Grafix, Inja, Fred V, Unglued, Urbandawn, DRS & Dynamite, Kanine and more.

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Sick Music 2020 (Album Mini-Mix) [Mixed by Nu:Tone]

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Marking the first chapter of Hospital Records’ 2020 story is the return of their flagship compilation series, ‘Sick Music 2020’. Loaded with 25 brand new tracks from the world of drum & bass, ranging from fresh original productions to exclusive new remixes and future classics from the Hospital Records family and some very special guests. The album kicks off the year with first-class sonics from the likes of London Elektricity, Kings Of The Rollers, S.P.Y, Grafix, Inja, Fred V, Unglued, Urbandawn, DRS & Dynamite, Kanine and more.

The charismatic mic champion Degs and production powerhouse Unglued have teamed up on ‘Levitate Your Mind’ – stocked with feel-good vibrations, bouncing bass and soulful flows.

After the carnage caused by Kings Of The Rollers’ ‘You Got Me’ it’s got an equally monstrous remix treatment from Brazillian mastermind S.P.Y. ‘Sick Music 2020’ also sees exclusive new remixes of house legends Todd Terry and Roberto Surace by Serum and Unglued.

R&B meets classical drum & bass in Keeno’s ‘I Wonder’ with its bittersweet soul and first-class string work, featuring the sublime vocal workings of Ellie Madison. Connoisseur of soulful D+B, Nu:Tone brings a timeless dose of classic liquid magic on ‘The Moment’ ft. Lea Lea.

Lyrical legends DRS & Dynamite are highly acclaimed throughout the world of D+B for their distinctive MC styles, and it’s an honour for Hospital Records to have their first official release as a duo on ‘Sick Music 2020’. ‘Fix It All’ is an all-star affair, featuring Hospital Records’ head honcho London Elektricity on production.

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London Elektricity – Empty Seat At The Table (feat. Whiney)

Buy or Stream ‘Building Better Worlds’ here: https://LondonElek.lnk.to/BuildingBetterWorldsyc

Following six studio albums of funk-driven loungecore, Hospital Records’ head honcho London Elektricity embarks on the boldest musical adventure of his 30-year career with his seventh long-player ‘Building Better Worlds’.

It began in a Forest Hill cafe in 2017 where London Elektricity adoringly browsed through a series of Benjamin Beech’s photography of perfectly untouched, derelict buildings and towns in Japan, Taiwan and China. “Many of the images show what has been, what could have been and what will be. The duality of beauty and melancholia within appealed to me immensely.” Each track was married to a photo, to join the sights to sounds from each of his tales of ‘Building Better Worlds.’

Leading the voyage is the orchestral masterpiece ‘Final View From The Rooftops’, that’s been 13 years in the making and is the “most unusual piece of D+B” [he’s] ever made”, featuring the incredible operatic talent of Cydnei B. ‘Build A Better World’ is a smooth drum & bass sonnet with the vocals of Hospital family favourite Emer Dineen. “The beauty of this song lies in its simplicity, but also its duality. I’ll leave you to work out what the lyrics are really about… They are some of the darkest lyrics I’ve come across in years.”

Another special moment is the feature of London Elektricity’s youngest son, The Secretary-General. The talented nine-year-old takes no ‘Time To Think’ as he flawlessly flows through Inja’s lyrics with the ever-vibrant MC following suit, bringing the track full-circle across generations.

London Elektricity is the mastermind behind classic Hospital albums such as ‘Pull The Plug’, ‘Syncopated City’, ‘Are We There Yet?’, and ‘Yikes’. His latest body of work delves into uncharted depths for a very personal and expressive collection of tracks where drum & bass and live instrumentation meet. London Elektricity can be found showcasing this latest chapter with tours in China, Japan, the UK and Europe throughout 2019.

‘Building Better Worlds’ is available as a special limited edition, 36-page lyric-book complete with an in-depth narrative for each track and a 3 x clear vinyl, on sale exclusively from the Hospital Shop.

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Hospital Piano Book: B-Complex – Beautiful Lies (Piano Version)

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You can perform your favourite drum & bass tracks at home with our Hospital Piano Music songbook! For the first time, twelve classic cuts from the Hospital Records catalogue have been adapted into piano sheet music. Take centre-stage and learn to play tracks by London Elektricity, B-Complex, Danny Byrd, Netsky, S.P.Y, Nu:Logic, Etherwood, Camo & Krooked, Hugh Hardie, Keeno, Metrik and Fred V & Grafix.

These piano arrangements come complete with playing notes and performance guidelines to help you perfect your technique and alternative passages for the higher grade sections. This book also comes with a free download of all twelve piano recordings, along with tutorial videos to guide you towards a flawless performance.

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London Elektricity – Well That’s A Switch

Buy or Stream ‘Building Better Worlds’ here: https://LondonElek.lnk.to/BuildingBetterWorldsyc

Following six studio albums of funk-driven loungecore, Hospital Records’ head honcho London Elektricity embarks on the boldest musical adventure of his 30-year career with his seventh long-player ‘Building Better Worlds’.

It began in a Forest Hill cafe in 2017 where London Elektricity adoringly browsed through a series of Benjamin Beech’s photography of perfectly untouched, derelict buildings and towns in Japan, Taiwan and China. “Many of the images show what has been, what could have been and what will be. The duality of beauty and melancholia within appealed to me immensely.” Each track was married to a photo, to join the sights to sounds from each of his tales of ‘Building Better Worlds.’

Leading the voyage is the orchestral masterpiece ‘Final View From The Rooftops’, that’s been 13 years in the making and is the “most unusual piece of D+B” [he’s] ever made”, featuring the incredible operatic talent of Cydnei B. ‘Build A Better World’ is a smooth drum & bass sonnet with the vocals of Hospital family favourite Emer Dineen. “The beauty of this song lies in its simplicity, but also its duality. I’ll leave you to work out what the lyrics are really about… They are some of the darkest lyrics I’ve come across in years.”

Another special moment is the feature of London Elektricity’s youngest son, The Secretary-General. The talented nine-year-old takes no ‘Time To Think’ as he flawlessly flows through Inja’s lyrics with the ever-vibrant MC following suit, bringing the track full-circle across generations.

London Elektricity is the mastermind behind classic Hospital albums such as ‘Pull The Plug’, ‘Syncopated City’, ‘Are We There Yet?’, and ‘Yikes’. His latest body of work delves into uncharted depths for a very personal and expressive collection of tracks where drum & bass and live instrumentation meet. London Elektricity can be found showcasing this latest chapter with tours in China, Japan, the UK and Europe throughout 2019.

‘Building Better Worlds’ is available as a special limited edition, 36-page lyric-book complete with an in-depth narrative for each track and a 3 x clear vinyl, on sale exclusively from the Hospital Shop.

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Hospital Podcast 405 with London Elektricity

Stacked with brand new D+B from Hospital Records, Med School, Vision, UKF’s ‘UKF 10’ album and more, join us as London Elektricity walks us through the latest new Bop x Subwave, Royalston, Lakeway, Logistics and plenty more for the 405th episode of the Hospital Podcast!

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Tracklist:

Lakeway “Highs & Lows”
Conrad Subs “Bonfire”
DLR, Ill Truth & Gusto “New Era”
Drumsound & Bassline Smith “Technique Soundboy (DJ Marky Remix)”
Royalston “Take The Flame (feat. Etherwood)”
Bop & Subwave “Teardrops”
Bop & Subwave “Space Warp”
Makoto “Kosa (feat. Keeno)”
Flight “Tragedy, Humanity”
Imanu “Nonplus”
Logistics “Rhythm Track”
Mat Zo “Games”
Untiled “Untitled”
London Elektricity “Swindle (Logistics Recut)”
Jack Boston feat. Vanity Jay “The Place”
Bop & Subwave “The Touch”

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London Elektricity – Don’t Give Up Now (feat. Bulgarian Goddess)

Buy or Stream ‘Building Better Worlds’ here: https://LondonElek.lnk.to/BuildingBetterWorldsyc

Following six studio albums of funk-driven loungecore, Hospital Records’ head honcho London Elektricity embarks on the boldest musical adventure of his 30-year career with his seventh long-player ‘Building Better Worlds’.

It began in a Forest Hill cafe in 2017 where London Elektricity adoringly browsed through a series of Benjamin Beech’s photography of perfectly untouched, derelict buildings and towns in Japan, Taiwan and China. “Many of the images show what has been, what could have been and what will be. The duality of beauty and melancholia within appealed to me immensely.” Each track was married to a photo, to join the sights to sounds from each of his tales of ‘Building Better Worlds.’

Leading the voyage is the orchestral masterpiece ‘Final View From The Rooftops’, that’s been 13 years in the making and is the “most unusual piece of D+B” [he’s] ever made”, featuring the incredible operatic talent of Cydnei B. ‘Build A Better World’ is a smooth drum & bass sonnet with the vocals of Hospital family favourite Emer Dineen. “The beauty of this song lies in its simplicity, but also its duality. I’ll leave you to work out what the lyrics are really about… They are some of the darkest lyrics I’ve come across in years.”

Another special moment is the feature of London Elektricity’s youngest son, The Secretary-General. The talented nine-year-old takes no ‘Time To Think’ as he flawlessly flows through Inja’s lyrics with the ever-vibrant MC following suit, bringing the track full-circle across generations.

London Elektricity is the mastermind behind classic Hospital albums such as ‘Pull The Plug’, ‘Syncopated City’, ‘Are We There Yet?’, and ‘Yikes’. His latest body of work delves into uncharted depths for a very personal and expressive collection of tracks where drum & bass and live instrumentation meet. London Elektricity can be found showcasing this latest chapter with tours in China, Japan, the UK and Europe throughout 2019.

‘Building Better Worlds’ is available as a special limited edition, 36-page lyric-book complete with an in-depth narrative for each track and a 3 x clear vinyl, on sale exclusively from the Hospital Shop.

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London Elektricity – Kubrick’s View

Buy or Stream ‘Building Better Worlds’ here: https://LondonElek.lnk.to/BuildingBetterWorldsyc

Following six studio albums of funk-driven loungecore, Hospital Records’ head honcho London Elektricity embarks on the boldest musical adventure of his 30-year career with his seventh long-player ‘Building Better Worlds’.

It began in a Forest Hill cafe in 2017 where London Elektricity adoringly browsed through a series of Benjamin Beech’s photography of perfectly untouched, derelict buildings and towns in Japan, Taiwan and China. “Many of the images show what has been, what could have been and what will be. The duality of beauty and melancholia within appealed to me immensely.” Each track was married to a photo, to join the sights to sounds from each of his tales of ‘Building Better Worlds.’

Leading the voyage is the orchestral masterpiece ‘Final View From The Rooftops’, that’s been 13 years in the making and is the “most unusual piece of D+B” [he’s] ever made”, featuring the incredible operatic talent of Cydnei B. ‘Build A Better World’ is a smooth drum & bass sonnet with the vocals of Hospital family favourite Emer Dineen. “The beauty of this song lies in its simplicity, but also its duality. I’ll leave you to work out what the lyrics are really about… They are some of the darkest lyrics I’ve come across in years.”

Another special moment is the feature of London Elektricity’s youngest son, The Secretary-General. The talented nine-year-old takes no ‘Time To Think’ as he flawlessly flows through Inja’s lyrics with the ever-vibrant MC following suit, bringing the track full-circle across generations.

London Elektricity is the mastermind behind classic Hospital albums such as ‘Pull The Plug’, ‘Syncopated City’, ‘Are We There Yet?’, and ‘Yikes’. His latest body of work delves into uncharted depths for a very personal and expressive collection of tracks where drum & bass and live instrumentation meet. London Elektricity can be found showcasing this latest chapter with tours in China, Japan, the UK and Europe throughout 2019.

‘Building Better Worlds’ is available as a special limited edition, 36-page lyric-book complete with an in-depth narrative for each track and a 3 x clear vinyl, on sale exclusively from the Hospital Shop.

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London Elektricity – The Prescription Is Love

Buy or Stream ‘Building Better Worlds’ here: https://LondonElek.lnk.to/BuildingBetterWorldsyc

Following six studio albums of funk-driven loungecore, Hospital Records’ head honcho London Elektricity embarks on the boldest musical adventure of his 30-year career with his seventh long-player ‘Building Better Worlds’.

It began in a Forest Hill cafe in 2017 where London Elektricity adoringly browsed through a series of Benjamin Beech’s photography of perfectly untouched, derelict buildings and towns in Japan, Taiwan and China. “Many of the images show what has been, what could have been and what will be. The duality of beauty and melancholia within appealed to me immensely.” Each track was married to a photo, to join the sights to sounds from each of his tales of ‘Building Better Worlds.’

Leading the voyage is the orchestral masterpiece ‘Final View From The Rooftops’, that’s been 13 years in the making and is the “most unusual piece of D+B” [he’s] ever made”, featuring the incredible operatic talent of Cydnei B. ‘Build A Better World’ is a smooth drum & bass sonnet with the vocals of Hospital family favourite Emer Dineen. “The beauty of this song lies in its simplicity, but also its duality. I’ll leave you to work out what the lyrics are really about… They are some of the darkest lyrics I’ve come across in years.”

Another special moment is the feature of London Elektricity’s youngest son, The Secretary-General. The talented nine-year-old takes no ‘Time To Think’ as he flawlessly flows through Inja’s lyrics with the ever-vibrant MC following suit, bringing the track full-circle across generations.

London Elektricity is the mastermind behind classic Hospital albums such as ‘Pull The Plug’, ‘Syncopated City’, ‘Are We There Yet?’, and ‘Yikes’. His latest body of work delves into uncharted depths for a very personal and expressive collection of tracks where drum & bass and live instrumentation meet. London Elektricity can be found showcasing this latest chapter with tours in China, Japan, the UK and Europe throughout 2019.

‘Building Better Worlds’ is available as a special limited edition, 36-page lyric-book complete with an in-depth narrative for each track and a 3 x clear vinyl, on sale exclusively from the Hospital Shop.

Follow London Elektricity:

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London Elektricity – She Slowly Caught Fire (feat. Bulgarian Goddess) [Official Lyric Video]

Buy or Stream ‘Building Better Worlds’ here: https://LondonElek.lnk.to/BuildingBetterWorldsyc

Following six studio albums of funk-driven loungecore, Hospital Records’ head honcho London Elektricity embarks on the boldest musical adventure of his 30-year career with his seventh long-player ‘Building Better Worlds’.

It began in a Forest Hill cafe in 2017 where London Elektricity adoringly browsed through a series of Benjamin Beech’s photography of perfectly untouched, derelict buildings and towns in Japan, Taiwan and China. “Many of the images show what has been, what could have been and what will be. The duality of beauty and melancholia within appealed to me immensely.” Each track was married to a photo, to join the sights to sounds from each of his tales of ‘Building Better Worlds.’

Leading the voyage is the orchestral masterpiece ‘Final View From The Rooftops’, that’s been 13 years in the making and is the “most unusual piece of D+B” [he’s] ever made”, featuring the incredible operatic talent of Cydnei B. ‘Build A Better World’ is a smooth drum & bass sonnet with the vocals of Hospital family favourite Emer Dineen. “The beauty of this song lies in its simplicity, but also its duality. I’ll leave you to work out what the lyrics are really about… They are some of the darkest lyrics I’ve come across in years.”

Another special moment is the feature of London Elektricity’s youngest son, The Secretary-General. The talented nine-year-old takes no ‘Time To Think’ as he flawlessly flows through Inja’s lyrics with the ever-vibrant MC following suit, bringing the track full-circle across generations.

London Elektricity is the mastermind behind classic Hospital albums such as ‘Pull The Plug’, ‘Syncopated City’, ‘Are We There Yet?’, and ‘Yikes’. His latest body of work delves into uncharted depths for a very personal and expressive collection of tracks where drum & bass and live instrumentation meet. London Elektricity can be found showcasing this latest chapter with tours in China, Japan, the UK and Europe throughout 2019.

‘Building Better Worlds’ is available as a special limited edition, 36-page lyric-book complete with an in-depth narrative for each track and a 3 x clear vinyl, on sale exclusively from the Hospital Shop.

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Hospital Podcast 404 with London Elektricity

To celebrate the release of his boldest and most personal album to date, tune into the latest episode of the Hospital Podcast for a special listen around his 7th studio album ‘Building Better Worlds’ where Tony sheds some light on the inner workings and backstories of how each track was made.

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Tracklist:

London Elektricity “Don’t Give Up Now (feat. Bulgarian Goddess)”
London Elektricity “Funkopolis”
London Elektricity “Well That’s A Switch”
London Elektricity “Never Trust A Hippy”
London Elektricity “Empty Seat At The Table (feat. Whiney)”
London Elektricity “I Wish You Could See It Too (feat. Urbandawn)”
London Elektricity “Time To Think (feat. Inja & The Secretary-General)”
London Elektricity “She Slowly Caught Fire (feat. Bulgarian Goddess)”
London Elektricity “Kubrick’s View”
London Elektricity “Lonely Sirens (feat. Elsa Esmeralda)”
London Elektricity “The Prescription Is Love”
London Elektricity “Possible Worlds (feat. Inja)”
London Elektricity “Build A Better World (feat. Emer Dineen)”
London Elektricity “Final View From The Rooftops (feat. Cydnei B.)”

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London Elektricity – Never Trust A Hippy

Buy or Stream ‘Building Better Worlds’ here: https://LondonElek.lnk.to/BuildingBetterWorldsyc

Following six studio albums of funk-driven loungecore, Hospital Records’ head honcho London Elektricity embarks on the boldest musical adventure of his 30-year career with his seventh long-player ‘Building Better Worlds’.

It began in a Forest Hill cafe in 2017 where London Elektricity adoringly browsed through a series of Benjamin Beech’s photography of perfectly untouched, derelict buildings and towns in Japan, Taiwan and China. “Many of the images show what has been, what could have been and what will be. The duality of beauty and melancholia within appealed to me immensely.” Each track was married to a photo, to join the sights to sounds from each of his tales of ‘Building Better Worlds.’

Leading the voyage is the orchestral masterpiece ‘Final View From The Rooftops’, that’s been 13 years in the making and is the “most unusual piece of D+B” [he’s] ever made”, featuring the incredible operatic talent of Cydnei B. ‘Build A Better World’ is a smooth drum & bass sonnet with the vocals of Hospital family favourite Emer Dineen. “The beauty of this song lies in its simplicity, but also its duality. I’ll leave you to work out what the lyrics are really about… They are some of the darkest lyrics I’ve come across in years.”

Another special moment is the feature of London Elektricity’s youngest son, The Secretary-General. The talented nine-year-old takes no ‘Time To Think’ as he flawlessly flows through Inja’s lyrics with the ever-vibrant MC following suit, bringing the track full-circle across generations.

London Elektricity is the mastermind behind classic Hospital albums such as ‘Pull The Plug’, ‘Syncopated City’, ‘Are We There Yet?’, and ‘Yikes’. His latest body of work delves into uncharted depths for a very personal and expressive collection of tracks where drum & bass and live instrumentation meet. London Elektricity can be found showcasing this latest chapter with tours in China, Japan, the UK and Europe throughout 2019.

‘Building Better Worlds’ is available as a special limited edition, 36-page lyric-book complete with an in-depth narrative for each track and a 3 x clear vinyl, on sale exclusively from the Hospital Shop.

Follow London Elektricity:

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London Elektricity – I Wish You Could See It Too (feat. Urbandawn)

Buy or Stream ‘Building Better Worlds’ here: https://LondonElek.lnk.to/BuildingBetterWorldsyc

Following six studio albums of funk-driven loungecore, Hospital Records’ head honcho London Elektricity embarks on the boldest musical adventure of his 30-year career with his seventh long-player ‘Building Better Worlds’.

It began in a Forest Hill cafe in 2017 where London Elektricity adoringly browsed through a series of Benjamin Beech’s photography of perfectly untouched, derelict buildings and towns in Japan, Taiwan and China. “Many of the images show what has been, what could have been and what will be. The duality of beauty and melancholia within appealed to me immensely.” Each track was married to a photo, to join the sights to sounds from each of his tales of ‘Building Better Worlds.’

Leading the voyage is the orchestral masterpiece ‘Final View From The Rooftops’, that’s been 13 years in the making and is the “most unusual piece of D+B” [he’s] ever made”, featuring the incredible operatic talent of Cydnei B. ‘Build A Better World’ is a smooth drum & bass sonnet with the vocals of Hospital family favourite Emer Dineen. “The beauty of this song lies in its simplicity, but also its duality. I’ll leave you to work out what the lyrics are really about… They are some of the darkest lyrics I’ve come across in years.”

Another special moment is the feature of London Elektricity’s youngest son, The Secretary-General. The talented nine-year-old takes no ‘Time To Think’ as he flawlessly flows through Inja’s lyrics with the ever-vibrant MC following suit, bringing the track full-circle across generations.

London Elektricity is the mastermind behind classic Hospital albums such as ‘Pull The Plug’, ‘Syncopated City’, ‘Are We There Yet?’, and ‘Yikes’. His latest body of work delves into uncharted depths for a very personal and expressive collection of tracks where drum & bass and live instrumentation meet. London Elektricity can be found showcasing this latest chapter with tours in China, Japan, the UK and Europe throughout 2019.

‘Building Better Worlds’ is available as a special limited edition, 36-page lyric-book complete with an in-depth narrative for each track and a 3 x clear vinyl, on sale exclusively from the Hospital Shop.

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Urbandawn – Flashforward

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After dominating dancefloors worldwide with his formidable cover of ‘Come Together’, Urbandawn fuels more heat with his latest single, ‘Flashforward’. The ferocious funk and obscene levels of punch continue to set him apart from any other in the international drum & bass landscape.

Since signing to Hospital in 2014 Urbandawn has grown to be a favourite of D+B heavyweights such as Andy C, Noisia, Danny Byrd, London Elektricity and many more. He’s received support on BBC Radio 1’s Dance Anthems and the official D+B show from MistaJam and High Contrast. With his popularity rapidly rising, Sao Paulo’s Urbandawn will be returning to the UK this autumn for his third European tour of 2019.

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Hospital Podcast 403 with London Elektricity

With the winter chill fast approaching, load up on the heaters in this weeks Hospital Podcast! With London Elektricity at the helm, episode 403 sees the addition of some of the latest D+B has to offer, including new music from Friction, Fred V, Camo & Krooked, Mefjus, Hybrid Minds, Bou, Technimatic and more!

Tracklist:

Royalston & Pearse-Hawkins – Voodoo Love Dance
Bou – Envy
Hybrid Minds & Fred V – Downing In You
Kimyan Law – Lampion
S.I.N – Dupp Bass VIP
Artificial Intelligence – Savour
Andy Skopes – Where I’m From (feat. Mr Porter)
Technimatic – Long Way Down
Friction – For This (feat. Liam Bailey)
Camo & Krooked & Mefjus – Sidewinder
Untitled Dub
Muffler – Thousand Lakes
Redeyes – Yesterdays
Dkay & Kasra – Babylon
Dub Head – Jellyfish
Kimyan Law – Byo
Rido – On My Own (feat. Karin)

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Hospital Podcast 402 with London Elektricity

For the 402nd episode of the Hospital Podcast, get your ears around Whiney’s latest and final release on Med School as well as new music from Japanese D+B legend Makoto, the latest dancefloor smasher Metrik, and more from the finest D+B has to offer!

Tracklisting:

Whiney – Stop The Clock
Whiney – Breadcrumbs (feat. Bop)
Breakage – Wicked
Dub Phizix – Blossom
Culture Shock – Troglodyte VIP
Makoto – Merchant Blessing (feat. Conrad)
Bukem – Atlantis
Metrik – Gravity
Untitled Dub
Interface – Truth Beyond
London Elektricity – Will To Love
Klute – Centre Of The Crystal
Gridlok – Enemies Of The State
Camo & Krooked & Mefjus – Kallisto
Dub Phizix – Item

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Hospital Podcast 401 with London Elektricity

Live and direct from Shanghai, London Elektricity joins us from China for this instalment of the official Hospital Podcast! With new music from Logistics, Makoto and D-Bridge – keep it locked!

Tracklist:
Logistics – Waveforms
Makoto – The Encounter (feat. Bop)
Radiax Radiax – The Centre
Total Science & War – What Now
Logistics – Ancestors
Mutt – Conversations (feat. Kevin King)
Makoto – Show Me How You Feel (feat. Lorna King)
Makoto – Transparent (feat. Whiney)
Structure – Petrichor
Radiax – Rudeboy
Sebadox – Over Now
Makoto – Kosa (feat. Keeno)
AC13 – Big Batty
Makoto – Tokyo 96 (S.P.Y)
D-Bridge – Dolls

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Hospital Podcast 400 with London Elektricity

As we celebrate a staggering 400 episodes of Hospital Records Podcast, watch back as we set sail across the River Thames for a 2 hour special edition of D+B past, present and future.

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Hospital Podcast 399 with London Elektricity

London Elektricity is back in the studio and back for more carnage! Loads of brand new and exclusive dubs from both Hospital Records & Med School, and a sprinkle of promos from our brothers and sisters in the drum & bass scene.

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London Elektricity – Build A Better World (feat. Emer Dineen) Official Video

Buy or Stream ‘Building Better Worlds’ here: https://LondonElek.lnk.to/BuildingBetterWorldsyc

Following six studio albums of funk-driven loungecore, Hospital Records’ head honcho London Elektricity embarks on the boldest musical adventure of his 30-year career with his seventh long-player ‘Building Better Worlds’.

It began in a Forest Hill cafe in 2017 where London Elektricity adoringly browsed through a series of Benjamin Beech’s photography of perfectly untouched, derelict buildings and towns in Japan, Taiwan and China. “Many of the images show what has been, what could have been and what will be. The duality of beauty and melancholia within appealed to me immensely.” Each track was married to a photo, to join the sights to sounds from each of his tales of ‘Building Better Worlds.’

Leading the voyage is the orchestral masterpiece ‘Final View From The Rooftops’, that’s been 13 years in the making and is the “most unusual piece of D+B” [he’s] ever made”, featuring the incredible operatic talent of Cydnei B. ‘Build A Better World’ is a smooth drum & bass sonnet with the vocals of Hospital family favourite Emer Dineen. “The beauty of this song lies in its simplicity, but also its duality. I’ll leave you to work out what the lyrics are really about… They are some of the darkest lyrics I’ve come across in years.”

Another special moment is the feature of London Elektricity’s youngest son, The Secretary-General. The talented nine-year-old takes no ‘Time To Think’ as he flawlessly flows through Inja’s lyrics with the ever-vibrant MC following suit, bringing the track full-circle across generations.

London Elektricity is the mastermind behind classic Hospital albums such as ‘Pull The Plug’, ‘Syncopated City’, ‘Are We There Yet?’, and ‘Yikes’. His latest body of work delves into uncharted depths for a very personal and expressive collection of tracks where drum & bass and live instrumentation meet. London Elektricity can be found showcasing this latest chapter with tours in China, Japan, the UK and Europe throughout 2019.

‘Building Better Worlds’ is available as a special limited edition, 36-page lyric-book complete with an in-depth narrative for each track and a 3 x clear vinyl, on sale exclusively from the Hospital Shop.

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Hospital Podcast 398 with London Elektricity

It’s Episode 398, very near the next milestone, but before that, it’s time to focus on the brand new ‘Jet Star Meets Hospital’ remix compilation album… As usual, London Elektricity is in the hot seat to guide you through the latest that Hospital Records have to offer, along with some freshness from Med School & a few choice tracks from the wider Drum & Bass world!

Ninjaman – Murder Dem (Danny Byrd Remix)
Unglued – Born In ‘94 ft. MC Conrad
Clipz – Down 4
Makoto – Shine On Through ft. Mountain & Karina Ramage
Makoto – Kosa ft. Keeno
Lakeway – Aches & Pains
Alton Ellis – I’m Still In Love (T-I Remix)
Askel & Elere – Deluge
John Holt – Police In Helicopter (Benny L Remix)
Samurai Breaks – Pump Up The Volume
Hugh Hardie – Raindrops ft. Cimone
Tomila Jets – Numb
Barrington Levy – Under Mi Sensi (Particle Remix)
High Contrast – Going Up
Lakeway – Dead & Gone
Bou – New Days
London Elektricity – Final View From The Rooftop ft. Cydnei B.

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Hugh Hardie – Tomorrow’s Sun (feat. Robert Manos)

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After a two year hiatus, Bristol-based Hugh Hardie returns with 13-stunning tracks on his second studio album, ‘Shadows & Silhouettes’. After the success of the ‘Colourspace’ LP, he’s continued to develop his drum & bass style, producing a plethora of beautiful summer liquid, slick drumfunk and smooth down-tempo beats. He’s teamed up with the high-rising talents Pola & Bryson, Silence Groove and Unglued, as well as singer-songwriters Emer Dineen, Cimone, Robert Manos and Charlie Brix.

Kicking things off is a glistening dose of summer soul, ‘Raindrops’ featuring London-based singer/songwriter Cimone. Calling back to the Hospital loungecore sound, this stunning liquid roller brings untold levels of elegancy with soothing piano and that feel-good flavour Hugh Hardie is loved for.

Another shade of Hugh Hardie’s latest musical design is ‘Resistance’. An unlikely pairing with Hospital’s young wildcard Unglued but this drum-heavy dancefloor monster has all the stand-out trimmings of a jungle banger with skittering synths and warped vocal cuts.

Back down the path of soul-filled drum & bass is ‘Endless’ featuring Emer Dineen, a voice recognised for her many features on London Elektricity’s own productions. Plus there’s ‘Negomi’, with its funky bassline riff and east-asian inspired string work.

In addition to an impressive array of solo D+B productions, ‘Shadows & Silhouettes’ also sees a special feature from Shogun Audio’s Pola & Bryson on ‘Siren’. Together they’ve created a real stand out moment of the album with this captivating garage / breaks 130BPM road trip.

Available across digital and streaming platforms, CD, and 2×12” transparent hot-fuschia and ocean-blue coloured vinyl, with artwork design from fellow Cambridge turned Bristol-based artist, Mr Penfold.

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Hugh Hardie – Negomi

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After a two year hiatus, Bristol-based Hugh Hardie returns with 13-stunning tracks on his second studio album, ‘Shadows & Silhouettes’. After the success of the ‘Colourspace’ LP, he’s continued to develop his drum & bass style, producing a plethora of beautiful summer liquid, slick drumfunk and smooth down-tempo beats. He’s teamed up with the high-rising talents Pola & Bryson, Silence Groove and Unglued, as well as singer-songwriters Emer Dineen, Cimone, Robert Manos and Charlie Brix.

Kicking things off is a glistening dose of summer soul, ‘Raindrops’ featuring London-based singer/songwriter Cimone. Calling back to the Hospital loungecore sound, this stunning liquid roller brings untold levels of elegancy with soothing piano and that feel-good flavour Hugh Hardie is loved for.

Another shade of Hugh Hardie’s latest musical design is ‘Resistance’. An unlikely pairing with Hospital’s young wildcard Unglued but this drum-heavy dancefloor monster has all the stand-out trimmings of a jungle banger with skittering synths and warped vocal cuts.

Back down the path of soul-filled drum & bass is ‘Endless’ featuring Emer Dineen, a voice recognised for her many features on London Elektricity’s own productions. Plus there’s ‘Negomi’, with its funky bassline riff and east-asian inspired string work.

In addition to an impressive array of solo D+B productions, ‘Shadows & Silhouettes’ also sees a special feature from Shogun Audio’s Pola & Bryson on ‘Siren’. Together they’ve created a real stand out moment of the album with this captivating garage / breaks 130BPM road trip.

Available across digital and streaming platforms, CD, and 2×12” transparent hot-fuschia and ocean-blue coloured vinyl, with artwork design from fellow Cambridge turned Bristol-based artist, Mr Penfold.

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Hugh Hardie – Footprints

Buy or Stream ‘Shadows & Silhouettes’ here: https://HughHardie.lnk.to/Shadowsyc

After a two year hiatus, Bristol-based Hugh Hardie returns with 13-stunning tracks on his second studio album, ‘Shadows & Silhouettes’. After the success of the ‘Colourspace’ LP, he’s continued to develop his drum & bass style, producing a plethora of beautiful summer liquid, slick drumfunk and smooth down-tempo beats. He’s teamed up with the high-rising talents Pola & Bryson, Silence Groove and Unglued, as well as singer-songwriters Emer Dineen, Cimone, Robert Manos and Charlie Brix.

Kicking things off is a glistening dose of summer soul, ‘Raindrops’ featuring London-based singer/songwriter Cimone. Calling back to the Hospital loungecore sound, this stunning liquid roller brings untold levels of elegancy with soothing piano and that feel-good flavour Hugh Hardie is loved for.

Another shade of Hugh Hardie’s latest musical design is ‘Resistance’. An unlikely pairing with Hospital’s young wildcard Unglued but this drum-heavy dancefloor monster has all the stand-out trimmings of a jungle banger with skittering synths and warped vocal cuts.

Back down the path of soul-filled drum & bass is ‘Endless’ featuring Emer Dineen, a voice recognised for her many features on London Elektricity’s own productions. Plus there’s ‘Negomi’, with its funky bassline riff and east-asian inspired string work.

In addition to an impressive array of solo D+B productions, ‘Shadows & Silhouettes’ also sees a special feature from Shogun Audio’s Pola & Bryson on ‘Siren’. Together they’ve created a real stand out moment of the album with this captivating garage / breaks 130BPM road trip.

Available across digital and streaming platforms, CD, and 2×12” transparent hot-fuschia and ocean-blue coloured vinyl, with artwork design from fellow Cambridge turned Bristol-based artist, Mr Penfold.

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