Hospital Podcast 412 with London Elektricity

Back once again for another Hospital Podcast with episode 412. In this weeks show, London Elektricity plays us new tracks from Deg’s debut LP ‘Letters From Ndegwa’ and also includes new tunes from the likes of Rockwell, BCee & Blu Mar Ten, TI and Levela!

Tracklist:

Louis Cole – Night
Synkro – Departure
MC Mello vs London Elektricity – Melloizdaman
Rockwell – Drill
Conflate & Kickback – We Roll
Helios – First Dream Called Ocean (Stray Remix)
BCee & Blu Mar Ten – Grow (feat. Charlotte Haining)
Seba & Paradox – Come Again
Degs – The Roots (feat. Missing)
Degs – Sleepless (feat. Polar & Bryson)
Degs – She (feat. S.P.Y)
BCee & Blu Mar Ten – Perfect World
Shapeshifter – Break Me Down (The Upbeats Remix)
Maduk – Company (feat. Juul)
Levela – Axium
TI – Oxymoron
John B – Numbers (Camo & Krooked remix)

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Seba & Paradox – Move On

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Some next level future drum&bass soul! In 2005 Seba + Paradox dropped their first ever Hospital 12″! The sounds of NYC resident Robert Manos on vocals rolling through the track, as deep as u like, but still turning heads and moving feet on the dancefloor.

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Seba & Paradox ft. Kirsty Hawkshaw – The Light

Available to pre-order now (Juno): http://ukf.me/i07J6G

As we approach spring, the seasonal turn brings with it an uplifting release set to be essential listening for all the eardrums still recovering from the dance-floor damage committed in the darker months. This release hails from Seba and Paradox, no strangers to the d&b circuit, as Critical Music outputs two stunning tracks prepping us for the warm sun-shining days to soon come.

Courtesy of Kirsty Hawkshaw, ‘The Light’s beautiful vocals soothe away those frostbitten blues from former months; they swathe around blissful old-school piano keys, breaking through layers and rising over irresistibly smooth drum patterns. A deep bass-line unexpectedly makes an appearance, underlining the evocative summertime goodness – with this aurally euphoric track you can almost taste the blue skies.

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