John Digweed

Some DJ careers are built on hype. John Digweed’s career is built on substance. One of the planet’s most popular DJs, his sets never fall out of favour with clubbers the world over, as his relentless global gig schedule testifies. From ethereal, swirling cinematic soundscapes to energy-infused bass-bothering tech growlers, a new generation of clubbers are learning what we already know - that there’s nothing quite like being locked into a John Digweed set. But John Digweed is much more than a DJ. Bedrock – his record label, promotions company and production partnership with Nick Muir – is a mothership of creative ingenuity and integrity that other labels orbit around. His vision for the Bedrock record label has been realized over 12 years, as he continuously seeks out mixes and remixes from the world’s best producers. Techno mainstays like Marco Bailey, Christian Smith and John Selway sit comfortably alongside hot new talent like Guy J in the Bedrock camp. 2012 sees the institution that is John’s Bedrock residency return to London, and to the phenomenal cavern of XOYO, on the first Thursday of each month.

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After the highly successful release of ‘Live In Miami’ back in May of this year – and with all three CDs of the series completely selling out – Bedrock are extremely proud to present their first ever Underground Sound of Ibiza album release.

Available to buy now from the Bedrock store as a 2xCD collectors copy, as well as from both Beatport and iTunes in digital format, the first disc of the release provides the perfect soundtrack to those lazy, summertime poolside days, packed to the brim with laidback Balearic beats and a selection of exclusive new music from the likes of Pig&Dan, Charlie May and King Unique. 

Sitting alongside some very special new edits of recent Bedrock releases from The Japanese Popstars, Jimmy Van M and Oniris – not forgetting the exceptional Ambient Version of Jemmy's ‘Waterloo Blues’ which caused a huge stir when it was broadcast from the Transitions 500 Miami boat party – this first disc …

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