Following his third album ‘Popular Mechanics’ the Sydney-based drum & bass innovator Royalston has his final release on Med School, the ‘Voodoo Love Dance’ EP.
It’s filled with his experimental drum & bass stylings that draw for techno grooves, trance and electronica featuring the enchanting vocals of Etherwood and production wizardry of his cousin Pearse-Hawkins.
Royalston can be found flying the flag for Med School on the official 2019 Med School Australia and New Zealand tour alongside Whiney, Keeno, Degs and Unglued. Over the last decade Royalston has continued to be one of the most exciting producers in drum & bass, as well as a talented illustrator and animator. He’s previously received praise from across the scene for his cutting-edge production including the likes of Zinc, S.P.Y, Roni Size, Grafix, Bop, BCee, Urbandawn and many more.
This release is available on a limited edition 12” white vinyl with a slick minimalistic design by Royalston himself.
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Tracklist:London Elektricity “Don’t Give Up Now (feat. Bulgarian Goddess)” London Elektricity “Funkopolis” London Elektricity “Well That’s A Switch” London Elektricity “Never Trust A Hippy” London Elektricity “Empty Seat At The Table (feat. Whiney)” London Elektricity “I Wish You Could See It Too (feat. Urbandawn)” London Elektricity “Time To Think (feat. Inja & The Secretary-General)” London Elektricity “She Slowly Caught Fire (feat. Bulgarian Goddess)” London Elektricity “Kubrick’s View” London Elektricity “Lonely Sirens (feat. Elsa Esmeralda)” London Elektricity “The Prescription Is Love” London Elektricity “Possible Worlds (feat. Inja)” London Elektricity “Build A Better World (feat. Emer Dineen)” London Elektricity “Final View From The Rooftops (feat. Cydnei B.)”