Responsible for some of Hospital’s biggest anthems, such as “Billion Dollar Gravy”, “Different Drum” and “Just One Second”, London Elektricity has cultivated a first class reputation as both a producer and DJ and continues to push the genre he fell in love with in the mid 1990s to this day. With an impressive back catalogue of singles, EPs, remixes and no less than five artist studio albums and two live albums under his belt, London Elektricity is an undisputed legend in the D+B scene with legions of fans and a global following. His debut album “Pull The Plug” was released on Hospital in 1999, with the follow up “Billion Dollar Gravy” in 2003 and “Power Ballads” in 2005.
Between 2003 and 2005 Tony fronted London Elektricity Live with jazz/soul legend Liane Caroll, vocalist MC Wrec, co-producer Landslide and The Jungle Drummer. Touring everywhere from Birmingham to Brazil, they released two DVDs – “Live Gravy” (2005) and “Live At The Scala” (2007).Returning to the studio in 2008 London Elek created his fourth studio album “Syncopated City” followed by album number five, “Yikes!” in 2011, which features the vocal talents of Swedish vocalist Elsa Esmeralda and was launched at the iconic Hospitality Brixton. In 2014 Tony also worked on an exciting project, alongside S.P.Y and Diane Charlemagne, creating the soundtrack for the incredible Street Child World Cup in Rio – “I Am Somebody”.
In recent years London Elektricity has continued to push the boundaries of drum & bass with his talented roster of artists signed to the ever-growing label that is Hospital. This year celebrating an impressive 21 years in the game with an equal number of artists across two labels, publishing house Songs In The Key Of Knife, talent agency Clinic Talent and an extensive merchandise range. He’s also managed to fit in enough time in the studio to work on music most recently releasing his incredible sixth studio album, “Are We There Yet?” which goes hand-in-hand with the ‘Med School Scans’ remix album.
In 2016 Tony took on a huge challenge, to step back in front of the crowd not only as a DJ but also as a live musician. He’s transformed his signature jazz infused drum & bass into a spectacular live big brass band featuring our resident hype man Dynamite MC, jazz legend Liane Carroll, drummer, MD and arrangement extraordinaire Steve Pyrcroft, newcomer Emer and members of the Riot Jazz Brass Band, all debuted at the very first Hospitality In The Park. After such a triumphant success London Elek continues to take to the stage on his bass guitar with Big Band performances planned at Glastonbury Festival, Pahoda Festival, Audioriver, Let It Roll and back where it all started on September 23rd for Hospitality In The Park 2017.