Monday, Jul 23 2007 | 13:26

Hospital label manager, company director, designer and dad, Chris Goss has been deejaying since college. Following houseparties in Yorkshire basements, Chris helped set-up ‘Dig!’ in Leeds in 92, (the big midweek freestyle / jazz affair), then went on to put together the Wah Wah nights in London, from Finsbury Park winebars to a weekly residency at The Jazz Cafe. Following 3 years of ‘acid-jazz’ fun with Tongue+Groove, Chris Goss and Tony Colman set about their own music-making in 95/96, resulting in both Hospital, and Galactic Disco. As London Elektricity the pair managed a host of single releases and their debut album “Pull The Plug” in 1999. They also ran a nice-line in disco-house under the Future Homosapiens moniker, with the “Moonrock” LP in 98, and “Final Countdown” comp in 99. Remix work included The Headhunters, Mr Scruff, The Egg, Nitin Sawhney, and Marilyn Manson.

Alongside Tony, Chris has played a broad range of toilets/stadiums, from a Helsinki tramshed in deep mid-winter to a Japanese fashion show in a Tokyo dept store. His own freestyle sets have earned return visits to Brixton, Plymouth, Bergen and Tokyo. Chris Goss also hosts the Hospital Radio show on Kiss101, with DJ Tomahawk behind the wheels of steel.

01. Nu:Tone (feat. Talc) – Jetstream (Hospital)
02. Stray – Musick (Little League)
03. Landslide + Ernesto – Solitary (Wah Wah 45s)
04. Souljazz Orchestra – Mista President (Do Right)
05. Speaker Junk – Foxxy (Dubsided)
06. Bazeado – Urubu MJ Cole Remix (Bottletop)
07. Scrimshire – Long Time (WahWah45s)
08. DJ Shadow – This Time (White)
09. OpenSouls – Turn It Up (Mukatsuku)
10. Small Arms Fiya (feat. Ayah) – Pressure (CDR)

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