Please check out the fantastic new video for the track
“All Hell Is Breaking Loose”.
Plus for those of you wishing to download Syncopated City, the album is now available worldwide on iTunes…
FINALLY you have the chance to get your hands on the brand new London Elektricity Album Syncopated City. A whole month ahead of the full release, we are giving you, the dedicated fans the chance to get your hands on the 4xLP Gatefold Vinyl Limited Deluxe Edition. And if you don’t play vinyl, fear not. CD lovers can pre-order their copy for the bargain price of £6.99. It’s all on the Hospital Shop right now!
In the run up to the Eagerly anticipated album “Syncopated City”, Tony aka London Elektricity took the short trip from London to Cambridge to DJ at the mighty Spoonfed night. Tomahawk took the Hospital camera so you could check out what they got upto!
Over the next few months Hospital will be releasing the first of it’s “Classic Symptoms” a vinyl series bringing back some of the timeless tracks from the mighty Hospital back catalogue
So what are you waiting for?
HIT THE HOSPITAL SHOP NOW…
Hospital’s fast soul stallwart Danny Byrd becomes the second Hospital artist to release a sample pack.
Following on from Nu:Tone Danny, fresh from producing his album Supersized, has been back into the lab to bring you this wicked selection of beats and samples – a must for anyone trying to capture the fast soul sound. Whatever your level or your sound it is well worth checking out what the Byrd has to offer, and to help you futher Danny has recorded some sound advice on vocal chopping. Check it out below, and keep coming back the Hospital production page for more!
The Danny Byrd Sample Pack is now available on the Hospital Shop.
PURCHASE IT HERE
Our very own fast soul soldier Danny Byrd appeared recently in BBC2’s “Don’t Die Young” with Dr Alice Roberts. The programme features club and studio footage with Danny and two of his album tracks “Shock Out” and “Supersized”.
From BBC’s own website: “Dr Alice Roberts continues her informative guide to healthy living with anexploration of the ears, nose and throat. Hearing loss can result from damage caused by loud noise. Dr Alice meets 28-year-old Danny Byrd, a DJ and record producer from Bath, who fears hisregular exposure to loud drum ‘n’ bass music may be causing long-termdamage. Dr Alice investigates solutions for him and discovers that aninvestment of just £20 might be all he needs to protect his hearing.”
Med School hits double figures with release number ten courtesy of the horned beast Minotaur and the bullish sounds of ‘Don’t Worry’ and ‘Torn Between’.
The twists and turns of his labyrinth take no prisoners and only the strongest, most cunning beats work their way out. Armed with a vintage windows PC, Minotaur proves that you can produce cutting-edge futuristic soundscapes without the latest computer technology.
This monolithic offering boasts stubborn beats and twisted sub bass, flinch and it will knock you sideways!!
From Bath With love is the follow up 12′ to the massive ‘Supersized’ LP. Eight years in the making – Danny Byrd finally came in from the cold and unleashed his outstanding debut.
This Bond themed masterpiece has proved to be one of the most sought after and in demand cuts from the album, combining oldskool sensibilities with string-soaked loungecore vibes. On the flip comes the absolutely huge VIP of this year’s biggest oldskool lash out.
Now with video
This weekend i played in Inchion City, South Korea at the Pentaport festival 2008. it rained solidly for a month leading up to the festival so it was glastonbury 2007ish. The bill was headliners like Travis, Gossip, Hard Fi, Underworld, Kasabian and loads of local acts and a few from Japan too. On Saturday when i arrived at the festival site i wanted to have a walk around before my gig but when i was dropped off at the dance tent backstage i was told that Kasabian had stolen my wellies so i was stranded on a plastic island in the mud. I span out for a while then a pair of size 10 wellies were kindly driven over from the hotel and all was well. During my set the people in the dance tent were numerous, responsive and brilliant to play to. Big thanks to MC Stride for hosting my set and to Shirley Hong for bringing me out there.
In the run up to the eagerly anticipated 4th studio from London Elektricity there is a new home for all the news, info, and your chance to get involved!
So get over to londonelektricity.com now where you will find the latest about the Hospital Podcast, London Elektricity on the road and the latest single releases…
What’s more is that you can get involved, register and share your comments about the podcast and LE in general. You can even tag Tony on Flickr and get your pics onto the site!
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