Marking a decade since the beginning of John Digweed’s “Live In” series and three years since the last edition, ‘Live In Brooklyn (Output)’, John Digweed continues the series with its latest instalment, ‘Live In London’, a recording of his most recent gig at Fabric London.
John Digweed's 'Transitions' show recently reached its 900th episode with an exclusive two-hour mix from the British artist. The show has apparently grown to be one of the ‘world's most successful dance music shows, broadcasting across 45 countries to a weekly audience of over 12 million listeners’. His two-hour mix is available now via his Mixcloud page, with an exclusive five-hour mix on offer for Mixcloud Select subscribers.
Bedrock Records recently announced the release of an upcoming album compilation that will feature four individual studio-length albums from label artists Quivver, Captain Mustache, Satoshi Fumi, and Lopezhouse. Staying true to the “Quattro” theme created in his past two compilation album releases, John Digweed decided to shift the limelight towards some of the most promising producers from his imprint.
John Digweed and longtime studio collaborator Nick Muir have spent years crafting productions together. Following the release of the 50-track compilation, ‘Quattro II’, from earlier this year, they return to lend their remix capabilities to two tracks. The latest offerings mark Digweed’s first official remixes in a few years and showcase his studio ability alongside Nick Muir.
Producer, songwriter and audio engineer Clarian makes his Bedrock debut with ‘Elephant Dust’. The Montreal-based artist’s creativity is supplemented with the remix input of the label's residents John Digweed & Nick Muir. The track rides on a subtle, swinging, deep throbbing bass that resonates with evocative layers of synth-laden melody, building into an atmospheric framework.