London Elektricity – Tape Loops (feat. Hugh Hardie) [Villem Remix]

‘Fast Running Music’ is out now!
https://HospitalRecords.lnk.to/FastRunningMusicyb

On your marks, get set… bass. Hospital Records has accelerated into its third decade with over 300 releases making up an extensive, high-energy drum & bass catalogue. Taking care of your wellbeing is of upmost importance so we’ve gone the extra mile with ‘Fast Running Music’, providing 50 doses of quality 174 beats that’ll take you straight to the finish line.

Hospital classics are in abundance across two mixed CDs with longstanding team member Nu:Tone setting the pace. Get heart rates increased and endorphins released with power-fuelling tracks from the likes of Camo & Krooked, Fred V & Grafix, Wilkinson, Danny Byrd and Netsky.

The ‘Fast Music’ series has already delved into the different shades and styles of the label’s make-up covering the genre’s soul origins, jungle roots and live warehouse movements. Now the fourth division explores more pulse-racing counterparts in the ‘Fast Running Music’ LP.

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Fred V & Grafix – Constellations (Forza Horizon 3 VIP)

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Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords/playlist/2Jb2SJjGYMa30tvMd1hUEN

We have joined forces with Microsoft and Playground Games to develop a Hospital Records Radio station on the brand new Forza Horizon 3 computer game.
You can buy the game here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-US/store/p/Forza-Horizon-3-Standard-Edition/9NBLGGH4RQ31
All Hospital Records tracks on Forza Horizon 3 in one playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgDnAjlGZItZejOMt9rR_C75RXHF8jY1K

Indie label Hospital Records Radio is back at Horizon bringing you all drum and bass, all of the time. Label owners Chris Goss and London Elektricity introduce artists including Netsky, Metrik, and Fred V & Grafix.

“Wish List” by Anile
“Blurred Memories (feat. Synkro) (Etherwood Remix)” by Bop
“Aurora (feat. Metrik)” by Camo & Krooked
“Throw Ya Hands” by Danny Byrd
“Souvenirs (feat. Zara Kershaw)” by Etherwood
“Constellations (Forza Horizon 3 VIP)” by Fred V & Grafix
“Ultraviolet” by Fred V & Grafix
“One More Moment (feat. Cepasa)” by Keeno
“Lust Thrust” by Krakota
“Sea Air” by Krakota
“Icarus (feat. Hugh Hardie)” by Logistics
“Tape Loops (feat. Hugh Hardie)” by London Elektricity
“Solarize (feat. Logistics) (Album Mix)” by Maduk
“Cadence (Instrumental)” by Metrik
“Get Away From Here (Instrumental)” by Netsky
“’Til Dawn” by Nu:Tone
“Only U (Real Quick)” by Ownglow
“Blight Mamba” by Royalston
“What The Future Holds” by S.P.Y.
“Komodo” by Whiney

Read more at https://news.xbox.com/2016/09/09/drive-music-you-love-forza-horizon-3-groove/#GZTcPMI5loKo2O5o.99

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London Elektricity – Tape Loops (Villem Remix)

Buy: https://LondonElek.lnk.to/MedSchoolScansSk

In 2015 London Elektricity surprised us all with his first album in over five years. ‘Are We There Yet?’ more than deserved its influx of praise, now the Med School team has taken on the label boss’ latest masterpiece. The ‘Med School Scans’ LP examines, dissects and transforms each track, injecting every member’s unique persona into the critically acclaimed original.

All 15 tracks in this remix LP keep hold of the London Elektricity essence yet spread the sound further across either end of the drum & bass spectrum. With ten years already behind them, Med School continue to push forward as a strong, independent player exploring every corner of drum & bass with their diverse roster of talented artists.

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The debut Skankandbass event has been announced and is taking place at The Nest in London, 28th September.
Tickets are available here: http://bit.ly/SNB-TIX // confirm your attendance Facebook, here: http://bit.ly/SNBL-FB

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London Elektricity – Tape Loops (feat. Hugh Hardie)

Are We There Yet? is out NOW! https://LonElek.lnk.to/AreWeThereYetyc

Deluxe Edition: https://LonElek.lnk.to/AreWeThereYet-Deluxeyc

“Are We There Yet?” is the sixth studio album from London Elektricity out on the 6th November on his own nineteen-year-old label Hospital Records.

Over 14 tracks “Are We There Yet?” combines beautiful chord progressions recorded from his own Steinway piano – a family heirloom passed down through generations – with perfect vocal harmonies from Tony himself, Emer Dineen, Pete Simpson and a welcomed return of award-winning jazz singer Lianne Carroll all underlain with rolling percussion and enveloping bass lines.

From the uplifting and playful opening of “Singing Ringing Tree” to the soulful “Why Are We Here?”, the spine-tingling roller “Artificial Skin” right through the deeper layers of “Dropship”, London Elektricity’s latest project incorporates a number of styles whilst still keeping to the true and world famous “London Elektricity” sound.

Best experienced in its entirety, “Are We There Yet?” maintains the live finesse which London Elektricity is known for, giving a gentle reminder to the paramount success of “London Elektricity Live” in the early 00’s.

Since his last album “Yikes!” London Elektricity has continued to grow his drum & bass empire, overseeing the development of two labels, a number of talented artists and internationally renowned events brand “Hospitality”. His encyclopedic knowledge of music spans across several decades and in turn gives a unique quality to his own production as is clear with the outstanding “Are We There Yet?” LP

Video by the talented Tin Spider:

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London Elektricity – Impossible To Say (feat. Pete Simpson) [Official Video]

Buy Here: http://LonElek.lnk.to/AreWeThereYetyb / Deluxe Edition: http://LonElek.lnk.to/AreWeThereYet-Deluxeyb

“Are We There Yet?” is the sixth studio album from London Elektricity out on the 6th November on his own nineteen-year-old label Hospital Records.

Over 14 tracks “Are We There Yet?” combines beautiful chord progressions recorded from his own Steinway piano – a family heirloom passed down through generations – with perfect vocal harmonies from Tony himself, Emer Dineen, Pete Simpson and a welcomed return of award-winning jazz singer Lianne Carroll all underlain with rolling percussion and enveloping bass lines.

From the uplifting and playful opening of “Singing Ringing Tree” to the soulful “Why Are We Here?”, the spine-tingling roller “Artificial Skin” right through the deeper layers of “Dropship”, London Elektricity’s latest project incorporates a number of styles whilst still keeping to the true and world famous “London Elektricity” sound.

Best experienced in its entirety, “Are We There Yet?” maintains the live finesse which London Elektricity is known for, giving a gentle reminder to the paramount success of “London Elektricity Live” in the early 00’s.

Since his last album “Yikes!” London Elektricity has continued to grow his drum & bass empire, overseeing the development of two labels, a number of talented artists and internationally renowned events brand “Hospitality”. His encyclopedic knowledge of music spans across several decades and in turn gives a unique quality to his own production as is clear with the outstanding “Are We There Yet?” LP

Tracklist:

London Elektricity – Tone Poem
London Elektricity – Tape Loops (feat. Hugh Hardie)

London Elektricity – Why Are We Here (feat. Liane Carrol)

London Elektricity – Seven Days To Live (feat. Emer Dineen)

London Elektricity – Singing Ringing Tree

London Elektricity – Drop Ship

London Elektricity – Parallax

London Elektricity – That Thing You Did

London Elektricity – Impossible To Say

London Elektricity – Swivel

London Elektricity – Tenderless (feat. Emer Dineen)

London Elektricity – Telefunken Lizard Filter

London Elektricity – Phase Us (feat. Emer Dineen)

London Elektricity – Artificial Skin (feat. Emer Dineen & Keeno)

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London Elektricity – Are We There Yet? – MiniMix

Buy Here: http://LonElek.lnk.to/AreWeThereYetyb / Deluxe Edition: http://LonElek.lnk.to/AreWeThereYet-Deluxeyb

“Are We There Yet?” is the sixth studio album from London Elektricity out on the 6th November on his own nineteen-year-old label Hospital Records.

Over 14 tracks “Are We There Yet?” combines beautiful chord progressions recorded from his own Steinway piano – a family heirloom passed down through generations – with perfect vocal harmonies from Tony himself, Emer Dineen, Pete Simpson and a welcomed return of award-winning jazz singer Lianne Carroll all underlain with rolling percussion and enveloping bass lines.

From the uplifting and playful opening of “Singing Ringing Tree” to the soulful “Why Are We Here?”, the spine-tingling roller “Artificial Skin” right through the deeper layers of “Dropship”, London Elektricity’s latest project incorporates a number of styles whilst still keeping to the true and world famous “London Elektricity” sound.

Best experienced in its entirety, “Are We There Yet?” maintains the live finesse which London Elektricity is known for, giving a gentle reminder to the paramount success of “London Elektricity Live” in the early 00’s.

Since his last album “Yikes!” London Elektricity has continued to grow his drum & bass empire, overseeing the development of two labels, a number of talented artists and internationally renowned events brand “Hospitality”. His encyclopedic knowledge of music spans across several decades and in turn gives a unique quality to his own production as is clear with the outstanding “Are We There Yet?” LP

Tracklist:

London Elektricity – Tone Poem
London Elektricity – Tape Loops (feat. Hugh Hardie)

London Elektricity – Why Are We Here (feat. Liane Carrol)

London Elektricity – Seven Days To Live (feat. Emer Dineen)

London Elektricity – Singing Ringing Tree

London Elektricity – Drop Ship

London Elektricity – Parallax

London Elektricity – That Thing You Did

London Elektricity – Impossible To Say

London Elektricity – Swivel

London Elektricity – Tenderless (feat. Emer Dineen)

London Elektricity – Telefunken Lizard Filter

London Elektricity – Phase Us (feat. Emer Dineen)

London Elektricity – Artificial Skin (feat. Emer Dineen & Keeno)

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