The flagship act on West London's Hospital Records, London Elektricity specialize in sleek, organic coffee-table drum'n'bass in league with production maestros like Roni Size and E-Z Rollers. The duo of Tony Coleman and Chris Goss (both musicians) focus on live construction, with solos from flute and violin plus Coleman's thick double-bass on many tracks. Their first release on Hospital, "Sister Stalking," did well in Japan and earned a distribution contract through Sony Japan. Singles like "Pull the Plug" and "Song in the Key of Knife" did well with jungle DJs as noteworthy as Fabio, so Coleman and Goss released their debut full-length Pull the Plug in June 1999. London Elektricity have also provided remixes for Herbie Hancock's Headhunters and the Fugees' Refugee Camp signee Jon Forté.
|Round The World In A Day (feat. Elsa Esmeralda)||Budde Music Recommends Vol. 2||Alternative, Electronic|
Alternative and Electronic
Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Electric Piano, Electronic, Guitar, Keyboard, Percussion, and Synth
Aggressive, Atmospheric, Bright, Driving, Epic, Feel-Good, Funky/Groove, and Percussive/Drums
Best Friends, Car Chase, End Title/Credits, Game Day, In Love, Make-Out, Road Trip, Sunny Day, and Victory
Drum and Bass, Indie-Electronic, and Psychedelic Rock
Budde Music Recommends Vol. 2, #13