As the title suggests, we have two pairs of tickets to give away for the next Bedrock Records party with John Digweed and Ellen Allien in Liverpool. Get on it.
John Digweed will unleash no less than seven hours of deep, dark, and no doubt immersive sounds to celebrate Bedrock Records anniversary in London.
John Digweed’s imprint has just unveiled the first in its Collaborations series, with Jimy Van M and Oliver Lieb in the mix, whilst March sees a new Miami album
With the past of this electronic institution reinterpreted alongside its present and future anyone with even just a passing interest in quality electronic music needs to think very seriously before leaving this collection on the shelf.
The Bedrock boss releases a minimix of tracks from disc one of his new Structures 2 triple boxset, featuring ambient remixes of Jy J, King Unique & Anthony Pappa, Robert Babicz, Marco Bailey, Nick Warren, and many more. Click for more information, as per usual.
The triple album will be released in June, and comprises electronica remixes of archive releases, a live mix from L.A., and exclusive Bedrock cuts, fresh for 2011. Fine quality progressive house, deep techno and rolling house music should be expected.
We set off on a global excursion, talking to those at the helm of the world’s best loved labels, and hottest new imprints. To kick things off we keep it British, and invite a legend to contribute. Without further ado then, here’s John Digweed on running Bedrock.
After 2008’s debut, Esperanza, Guy J is back on John Digweed and Nick Muir’s Bedrock Records, with his second LP, 1000 Words. A sprawling triple disc meld of progressive house, downbeat, ambient and deep grooves, we were so happy we interviewed him.
Powerful, hypnotic and atmospheric are three other words that come to mind, meaning you could be forgiven for thinking John Digweed has something to do with it. Damn fine prog leaning techno, or house music (ahem) on Bedrock Records.
Where do you begin with a new album from Marco Bailey? Do you wonder what this, his first full length release on Digweed & Muir’s Bedrock Records will sound like? Or, do you forget about it, quaff some hard liquor and party to the soundtrack?