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Drum n bass project from the UK.

Tony Colman and Chris Goss first started production together in 1996. In the summer of 2002, Goss left the duo to manage Hospital Records full time, leaving London Elektricity as a solo act under Colman.

From 2003 to 2005, Tony Colman pulled together a group of musicians to form London Elektricity Live, touring worldwide, recording several live sessions and releasing two live DVD's. These included long-time project vocalist Liane Carroll, MC Wrec and long-time co-producer & drummer Landmass/Landslide on keyboards.
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April 3, 2004
I thought that Drum N Bass wasn't developed anymore, same dark and cold atmosphere! However a groovy, jazzy, "happy" DnB has appeared, London Elektricity (Tony Colman) is one from these artists who gave birth to it. The superposition of DnB Beats & Jazz singers voices is perfect! I really recommend to those who never really listened to DnB, to start with the second album of London Elektricity.

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