Hospital Podcast 164

January 20, 2012 in Podcast

London Elektricity is in the studio for the first proper podcast of 2012. Bringing you news on all the forthcoming Hospital releases including our “Hospitality Drum + Bass 2012″ compilation and a new single from Netsky.

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New Zealand Shapeshifter – Monarch
Tyke – Infected Headphones
Urbandawn – Astrolabe
Mind Vortex – Hot Box
June Miller – Snapcase
High Contrast – Father, Can’t You See I’m Burning
Muffler – Tear Your Soul
S.I.N – Oldy
High Contrast – The Agony And The Ecstasy feat Selah Corbin
Maduk – Avalon
Need For Mirrors feat DRS – D.F.T.F
N3gus – Kites
Joe Syntax, Lung and Eleven7 – Red Rhythm
Break – They’re Wrong
Logistics – Fibreglass
Netsky – Give & Take
  • Jimmy

    Oh London Electrkity – I still haven’t forgiven you for The Great Drum & Bass Swindle, you B***. Oh well, other than that, I have been listening to Hospital Records since I was about 1.2 years old in 1979.. Looking forward to release of “High Contrast – Father, Can’t You See I’m Burning” … Don’t bother trying to get in contact with me, I always buy all of your MP3s at the proper bitrate because they are all excellent.

    Yours etc.


  • matt

    just found that on utube on the wall of the tune D.F.T.F.

    “Personally, I can’t stand mcs. Nothing bugs me more than when I’m out somewhere, trying to listen to the music.. and there’s some twat on the mic telling me to listen to the music. Perhaps if they shut the fuck up, then..!!
    But – and this is a big but (‘scuse the accidental pun).. this track is really good. His lyrics are good, they fit well with the´╗┐ beats (and vice versa), and he’s not in your face. If you really, really have to mc.. THIS is the way to do it.”

    says it all, big up 2 that guy & 2 that tune of coz!

  • matt

    switch to minute 37:45 and be witness of an MC doing social work at it’s best:

    fighting “depression & anxiety” with the “healing powers of DnB” definately is the way foward!
    doctors listen: keep these funny pills away from young people and hand’em proper speakers and DNB instead (and a card 2 the gym maybe)

    it’s just as the MC said it: “…not easy but u can definately do it.”

    hospital made my day again.

  • James

    A warm hug to The Hospital Records team. I just wanted to send my love to every one of you guys for the beautiful music you play. You guys keep me moving forward regardless of the obstacles or delays that come my way. Keep pumping that lovely Drum & Bass through my speakers. You keep broadcasting I’ll keep listening. About to buy some of Reso’s work because of you! Keep moving forward. “Hard work will be rewarded.” Much love. A shout to the one who introduced me to Hospital Records, Meggen From Astoria, Queens, New York.


  • Olly Archefluxx

    Great to hear High Contrast in top gear!

    If possible, a big shout out to my brother Lawrence, who I caught listening to Bop on his MP3 player. We now chat about D&B and Hospital releases a lot more and I’m trying to get him to listen to the podcasts. Its a work in progress…

    Hospital Podcasts are currently keeping me sane while my laptop is gone for repair. Cant wait for the next Hospitality in Portsmouth, because you can count me THERE!

    Thanks Tony

    Olly Archefluxx

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