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’!


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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Nu:Tone – Piece Of You (feat. Stac)

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‘Words And Pictures’ steps things up to a new level, with no less than eight vocalists featured throughout the thirteen-track duration including revered names as Ben Westbeech and Natalie Williams. Opening with the A-side of lead single ‘Shine In’, it’s all soaring vocals and shimmering hands-in-the-air business at the start. Moving through darker, heavier moments such as ‘The First Time Ever’ and the moody melancholy of ‘Set Me Free’ things take a turn to the past in the final section of the album. ‘This Love Has Gone’ is a stripped back ballad, whilst ‘Invisible’ sees Dan Gresham team up with jungle legends 4Hero for ‘Invisible’ – one that’s sure to get all the old skool junglists all misty eyed with nostalgia.

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