03/10/2022

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John Digweed & Nick Muir Enlist Jonathan Kaspar For Milestone Bedrock 200 Release !

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John Digweed & Nick Muir Enlist Jonathan Kaspar For Milestone Bedrock 200 Release !
John Digweed & Nick Muir Enlist Jonathan Kaspar For Milestone Bedrock 200 Release !

Founded in 1999, Bedrock Data has been instrumental in defining the sound of underground dance audio for about 20 a long time, delivering a continuous stream of first-fee output from some of the most resourceful and proficient names in the scene. Now, as John Digweed commemorates the label’s landmark 200th electronic release, he and generation associate Nick Muir invite esteemed German DJ & producer, Jonathan Kaspar, to remix two very unique tracks from their comprehensive again catalogue.

John Digweed & Nick Muir Enlist

Talking about the milestone launch John Digweed commented:

“Reflecting on Bedrocks 200th digital launch, I am so happy of the sheer array of audio and artists that the label showcases. I never ever desired the label to have a particular audio, it is constantly been about releasing good quality songs and not jumping on the latest bandwagon. I have been a huge lover of Jonathan Kaspar for quite a few many years and he was the ideal in shape to remix these two tracks from Nick and myself. We have a wonderful agenda of releases for the rest of 2022 with some exciting album tasks coming on top rated.”

Initial up is Kaspar’s interpretation of Are living Off The Grid, which was initially released back in 2014 as section of Digweed & Muir’s seminal Traveller album – a job which observed the pair collaborate with anonymous sci-fi writer John Twelve Hawks. Having the record in an entirely diverse way, Jonathan Kaspar’s remix increases the tempo of the monitor and juxtaposes the deep mysterious spoken-word vocals with sophisticated, futuristic synth samples.

Jonathan Kaspar

Jonathan Kaspar’s second remix on the offer is of John & Nick’s 2021 monitor Stand Continue to – a stand-out feature from their critically acclaimed Quattro album. Delivering a strikingly nuanced underground reduce, Jonathan Kaspar underpins Digweed & Muir’s floating synths with driving basslines and a thumping beat as he transforms Stand However into a further, darker dance track.

Jonathan Kaspar commented:“I’m experience super honoured to have had the probability to remix John and Nick for the 200th launch of Bedrock. I was in a position to decide two tracks from their outstanding again catalogue and went in the reverse direction with my remixes. I have played both remixes a lot in my latest gigs and I am quite joyful they will now the see mild for every person! On to the next 200!”

Bedrock 200 is out now: https://ingrv.es/reside-off-the-grid-stand-bbr-5