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Edu Imbernon & Triumph -Veranoski

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , on June 28, 2013 by dk

Edu Imbernon & Triumph -VeranoskiThis is the only way that people will remember your music, trying to make them feel something special and making them dance.” – Edu Imbernon

Having remixed Jozif’s “Twilight” for John Digweed’s “Live In London” opus and played at the Bedrock anniversary party where the live recording was made, Spain’s Edu Imbernon has already demonstrated a brilliant ear for pulsating house music. Now, he returns, having teamed up with fellow Spaniard Triumph, with “Veranoski” – another haunting masterclass in dancefloor dynamics.

Edu Imbernon is a great example of how a young artist can quickly make their mark on the electronic scene, his worldwide hit – “El Baile Alemán” (produced with his friend Coyu), was lauded as “Best Underground Track of the Year” by Beatport in 2009. Since then, he has continued his steady ascent up the ladder towards house music stardom, with quality remixes for the likes of The XX and Maya Jane Coles, amongst others. His productions have featured on notable labels like Get Physical, Noir Music, Trapez, Great Stuff, Diynamic, alongside his own Eklektisch label. He’s also resident for Kehakuma at Space, Ibiza.

The superb remix of “Veranoski” comes from another of Spain’s finest – Henry Saiz – whose outings on Bedrock are always exceptional. Henry’s critically acclaimed “Balance 019” album, released in 2011, was the catalyst for his star potential explode around the globe. His superb collaboration with Guy J (“Meridian”) and his solo track (“La Marea”) for the landmark Bedrock 100 release, were of the highest level of quality and his “Cryptozoologist EP” (BEDDIGI27) was one of 2012’s highlights. Here, his remix of “Veranoski” once again proves Henry Saiz is undoubtedly one of the most extraordinarily talented young producers around.

Edu Imbernon & Triumph -Veranoski

(Bedrock) BEDDIGI35
Release: 01.07.13

1. Original Mix
2. Henry Saiz Remix

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Bedrock 14 (2xCD) compiled by John Digweed + Bedrock 14th Anniversary

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 6, 2012 by dk

BEDROCK 14 compiled by John Digweed features 21 exclusive tracks from some of Bedrock’s favourite artists and some exciting new names on the Bedrock roster, in a DJ-friendly unmixed format.
I’m really happy with the 21 tracks I have selected for this latest Bedrock compilation. With a mixture of Bedrock favourites and fresh new producers this album shows that Bedrock is always committed to finding the best electronic music out there.” – John Digweed

The wealth of artists involved for Bedrock 14 is truly amazing. This 2012 label compilation captures the essence of why electronic dance music is such an exciting prospect right now by showcasing amazing underground talent, both established and new.

What a dream start to what should be a highly successful career for Eagles & Butterflies. The album opens with the beautifully mellow “Kollekt”, the first of two debut tracks (the other being the equally adventurous “Stimmer”) from this new artist. Likewise, Kurtz & Bomber, an exciting collaboration between Troy Kurtz & Panic Bomber (Richard Haig) from Miami, USA debut here with the incredibly infectious vocalized “Never Sleeping”.

John Digweed’s ability to draw together an exciting array of international talent into one cohesive whole is pretty much unparalleled. “Resistance”” by Stuttgart’s Solee, shows exactly why he crosses divides and spans genres with his distinctive take on evocative melodic techno. Spain’s Paneoh (who also appeared on “Structures 2” and “Live In Cordoba”) displays all his hyper-energetic twisted brilliance on “Vetabom”, while one of Australia’s most talented and sought after music producers, Infusion’s Jamie Stevens, makes a welcome return to Bedrock (after his exceptional remix of John Digweed’s “Warung Beach”) with “Indigo”.

Rising UK star, Liverpool’s Jemmy, is given the lush remix treatment on his hypnotic “Quarry Bank” track by Greece’s Stelios Vassiloudis, whose critically acclaimed debut album, “It Is What It Is”, showed the world that variety is indeed the spice of life. So, it’s no wonder that Stelios makes three appearances on Bedrock 14, adding his wild acidic grooved “What’s That?” to the proceedings and teaming up with Florian Kruse and Nils Nurnberg as Wiretappeur for “Iridescent”, another example of this trio’s highly original and deep understanding of the power of melody.

Bedrock’s new talent is in exceptional form throughout. Canada’s Maher Daniel teams up NYC’s Nikko Gibler for the low-slung, spiralling beauty of “I’ll Wait For You”. Maxime Dangles has grown to be a key new artist in the French avant-garde electronic music community and is creating waves around the globe with his unabashed approach to proper club techno music, so its not surprise that “Unsteady Curve” is yet another example of his amazing music. Fellow rising French star, Antoine Husson (aka Electric Rescue), brings his distinctive brand of ultra-dynamic techno and sensuality to the party with an exceptional remix of John Digweed & Nick Muir’s “Raise” and his own monster creation, “Stucked Ship”.

Israeli producer Guy J has become one of the most sophisticated and emotive producers in electronic music over the last decade, with a body of work and a sphere of influence that belies relatively short time in the spotlight. With the melody-rich and emotionally charged “Mish Mash”, he shows exactly why he is one of the most inspirational artists in the world. As are Spain’s Marc Marzenit and Henry Saiz, whose “Sirens Land” explains why their complex and emotive form of electronic club music is exciting so many people right now.

So much exceptional talent is on display on Bedrock 14 and we haven’t even mentioned Germany’s Robert Babicz, whose music career already spans two decades. The mark of a true musical innovator, he continues to reveal his talent and skill as one of Europe’s most essential techno producers here with another stunning creation, “Eastside”. Then there’s another Bedrock favourite, the techno tastemaker Christian Smith with “The Judgement”, showing exactly why he has operated at the top of his game for over a decade now. The chiming keys of Marco Bailey’s “Whispering Leaves” effortlessly lift the proceedings to anthem level and Quivver (aka world-renowned DJ/producer/songwriter John Graham) never fails to impress, “Fakes and Bullshit” sending out a clear message.

If you’re talking about exciting underground producers, two of the first names out of anyone’s hat should always be Igor Tchkotoua and Dan Duncan (aka Pig & Dan) and their intense “Crazy” is surely a highlight here too. Finally, it’s fitting that John Digweed and Nick Muir, producers of the finest electronic dance music, bring the show to a close with their “Trezz Intro” interlude, since between them they have been involved in many pivotal moments in the world of club music over the years and have in many ways helped to define genres & push the boundaries further. With Bedrock 14, the label also shows that it is not resting on past laurels but always moving forward, developing in an exciting direction.

Various Artists
Bedrock 14 compiled by John Digweed
(Bedrock) BED14CD
2xCD unmixed DJ-friendly format & Digital
Release 08.10.12

01. Eagles & Butterflies – Kolleckt
02. Wiretappeur – Iridescent
03. Maher Daniel & Nikko Gibler – I’ll Wait For You
04. Pig&Dan – Crazy
05. Paneoh – Vetabom
06. Christian Smith – The Judgement
07. Marc Marzenit & Henry Saiz – Sirens Land
08. Quivver – Fakes and Bullshit
09. Guy J – Mish Mash
10. Marco Bailey – Whispering Leaves
11. Kurtz & Bomber – Never Sleeping
12. Jemmy – Quarry Bank – Stelios Vassiloudis Remix
13. Eagles & Butterflies – Stimmer
14. Stelios Vassiloudis – What’s That?
15. Jamie Stevens – Indigo
16. John Digweed & Nick Muir – Raise – Electric Rescue Remix
17. Solee – Resistance
18. Maxime Dangles – Unsteady Curve
19. Robert Babicz – Eastside
20. Electric Rescue – Stucked Ship
21. John Digweed & Nick Muir – Trezzz Intro

So, once again, it’s hats off to Bedrock for raising the bar even higher with this exceptional compilation featuring 21 exclusive tracks from some of the world’s finest artists. In this day and age to not only survive as an independent label, but also to flourish and constantly evolve, bringing forward new and exciting talent, is something that should be applauded. Anyone with even just a passing interest in quality electronic music needs to think very seriously before leaving this collection on the shelf.
Pre-order now for a special signed limited edition slipcase version exclusively at

Don’t miss the BEDROCK 14 album launch at the Bedrock Anniversary
(06.10.12 @ Fire & Lightbox Complex, Vauxhall, London) with John Digweed (Extended set), Apparat (DJ set), Amirali (Live), Edu Imbernon, Maxime Dangles and Electric Rescue, in an all night session!
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Bedrock – Underground Sound Of Miami

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 23, 2012 by dk

BEDROCK_UNDERGROUND SOUND OF MIAMI features 10 exclusive tracks from some of Bedrock’s favourite artists and some exciting new names to the Bedrock roster, in a DJ-friendly unmixed format.
We’ve been wanting to do a Miami sampler for the last few years now, showcasing some of the great artists we work with on the label, but other projects and releases got in the way of letting us do this. However, this year we have been very fortunate to be in a position where we not only had some amazing music but also some time to get this organised, so we could do it properly. I’ve also been able to road-test all the tracks at gigs since the start of January and the reactions to the music has been amazing, so it seemed perfectly apt to put a release together that we can focus on around Miami and the Bedrock showcase parties there.” – John Digweed

Release: 19.03.12
CD & Digital

01.Sirenize – Everybody
02.Stelios Vassiloudis – West
03.Robert Babicz – Echo From The Past
04.Sasse & Stelios Vassiloudis – Benedict
05.Guy J – Nightstalker
06.Maher Daniel & Casa (aka Mike Casa) – Music, Machines & Life
07.Wehbba – Motone
08.Pig&Dan, Mark Reeve and Dean Demanuele – Machines
09.Electric Rescue & Timid Boy – All Access
10.Dosem – How Do You Do It

Miami here we come!
Bedrock Showcase at Cameo
Thursday 22nd March
Featuring: John Digweed, Hernan Cattaneo, Guy J, Marco Bailey, Omid 16B, Henry Saiz, Denis A and Stelios Vassiloudis.
11th Annual Sunset Cruise – invite only event
Friday 23rd March
Featuring: John Digweed.
Bedrock and Creations Party at The Vagabond
Saturday 24th
Featuring: John Digweed extended set.
Ultra Music Festival
Sunday 25th
Featuring: John Digweed headlining the Space Ibiza Arena.

BED100R – Eric Prydz & Dosem Remixes

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , on November 4, 2011 by dk

(Bedrock) Bed100R
Release: 21.11.11

A Side: Guy J & Henry Saiz – Meridian – Pryda Remix – 08:59
B Side: Henry Saiz – La Marea – Dosem Remix – 07:09


Guy J & Henry Saiz – Meridian ( PRYDA Remix)

Henry Saiz – ‘La Marea’ ( Dosem Remix)

John Digweed’s Bedrock Records recently celebrated a milestone 100th single release in superb style with two of the best tracks that you could hear this year, from two of the most creative young producers in the electronic dance scene– Guy J and Henry Saiz. Now it’s time to continue the celebrations with two of the best remixes you will hear this year from the mighty Eric Prydz and one of the hottest rising stars of 2011, Spain’s Dosem.
In this day and age to not only survive as an independent label, but also to flourish and constantly evolve, bringing forward new and exciting talent, is something that should be applauded. A mark of the global respect and love that Bedrock has steadily gained through years of releasing quality dance music that rides the waves of trends and fashions is the fact that the Bed100R remixes received over 20,000 listens on Soundcloud by word of mouth before they were even announced! So, it is hardly surprising that this remix package is currently one of the most highly anticipated releases of the moment and quite rightly so, since it features two absolutely stunning reworks of the amazing original tracks.
Sweden’s superstar Eric Prydz, in his Pryda guise, proves he is worthy of the acclaim and respect he receives worldwide as he takes apart and re-designs Guy J and Henry Saiz’s joyously beautiful “Meridian”, creating a truly astonishing anthemic remix that will surely prove to be one of the musical highlights of 2011?
Catalan producer and DJ Marc Dosem is unquestionably one of the hottest rising stars in the electronic dance scene. His bold debut album, “Parallel” (Sino), was released to much critical acclaim in the summer of 2011, further cementing growing respect, having already unleashed massive tunes such as “Silent Drop” and “Beach Kisses”. His unrivalled ability to harness glistening melodies, taking listeners on a trip through wondrous realms of emotion, make Dosem the ideal candidate to rework his fellow countryman’s extraordinary “La Marea” and his mind-blowing remix is one of the best you will hear for a long time to come.
Once again, its hats off the Bedrock for raising the bar even higher with these exceptional remixes, the mark of a truly exceptional independent dance music label.

Guy J & Henry Saiz ‘Meridian’ (preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 1, 2011 by dk

Bedrocks 100th release
Guy J & Henry Saiz ‘Meridian’
Released by: Bedrock records
Release/catalogue number: BED100
Release date: Oct 17, 2011

Henry Saiz – ‘La Marea’

Ian O’Donovan – Aurora Borealis (Henry Saiz & Marc Marzenit Rmxs) (preview+free downloads)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 11, 2011 by dk

Ian O’Donovan
Aurora Borealis (Henry Saiz / Marc Marzenit Rmxs)
1. Aurora Borealis – Henry Saiz 70’s Remix
2. Aurora Borealis – Marzenit & Saiz “Atitlan Remix”
(Bedrock) Bed90R
Release: 14th March 2011

John Digweed’s Bedrock label continues its inexorable rise with yet another stunning release showcasing two superb remixes of a track that caused quite a stir in clubland last summer when Ian O’Donovan (one of Ireland’s fastest rising stars) unleashed the uplifting techno of “Aurora Borealis” on Bedrock.

This set of fresh remixes from two of Spain’s finest – Henry Saiz and Marc Marzenit – are going to very big indeed. When the fizzing tic-toc intro surges into the hook-filled melodic vibes and analogue grittiness of Henry Saiz’s 70’s Remix, you know you’re onto a winner. He even introduces a stunning slowdown half-time dub extravaganza section that shows proper remix creativity at work. Teaming up with Marc Marzenit for their Atitlan Remix, Saiz and his partner create a tight, snappy tech-edged, tension-filled builder, with lashing of funk ‘n’ swing in the groove. This is one of those tracks that will take your dancefloor to the next level.

Henry Saiz was born in Madrid, and is one of his country’s fastest rising future stars through his quality productions and amazing live sets. He has created his own style, a complex and emotive form of electronic club music, which brings together melody, intensity, depth and maximum attention to detail. Here, on these two remixes, he shows exactly why he is such a highly rated producer.

Who is Ian O’Donovan? After spending much of his youth listening to various styles of music, Ian came across the world of underground electronic music. It was so refreshing and different to all the formatted songs and “cheesy” dance tracks of the time, he quickly began to immerse himself in this music and the scene itself. Influenced by artists such as Steve Rachmad, Underground Resistance, Technasia and DJs like Laurent Garnier, Jeff Mills and DJ Hell, Ian began DJing and seeking out the records that would go on to play an important part in defining his sound.

It wasn’t until he moved to Australia in 2005, that he began to create his own tracks, slowly teaching himself and developing his sound. After nearly four years living in Oz, Ian decided to return to Ireland in 2009 and focus more of his attention on making music, determined to help break the cycle of the boring, soulless “minimal” fad that had dominated house and techno in previous years.

With early support on many of his tracks from the likes of Laurent Garnier, John Digweed, Dave Clarke, Anderson Noise, Hernan Cattaneo, Psycatron and more, the future looks bright for Ian with hot releases like this on John Digweed’s Bedrock Records.

Ian O’Donovan -Aurora Borealis ( Henry Saiz 70’s Remix)

Ian O`Donovan – Aurora Borealis ( Marzenit & Saiz “Atitlan Remix)

Download: Ian O’Donovan – March 2011 Promo Mix

Recorded in one take with cds and vinyl.
Estroe – Quirky Detroit [Eevonext]
Richard Savani – Rippuku [Tulipa]
Bryan Zentz – Bushido (Onryo Remix) [Bitten]
Samuel L Session – The Organ Track [Material]
Psycatron – She Is Music (Monty Luke’s Detroit Edit)
Model 500 – OFI (Mad Mike Remix) [R&S]
Miles Sagnia – Reticuli [ART]
Ben Westbeech – Falling (Deetron Acid Dub) [Strictly Rhythm]
Darko Esser – Clean Slate [Curle]
Martyn – Left Hander [3024]
Djedjotronic – Uranus [Boyz Noize]
Julio Bashmore – Battle For Middle You [PMR]
012, Freaks – Conscious Of My Conscience (Henrik Schwartz Dub) [Rebirth]
Namito – Marathon (Petar Dundov Remix) [Kling Klong]
Marc Romboy – The Overture [Tronic]
Hidden Rivals – Early Days [BNW]
Deep Space Orchestra – Return To Dodge City [ART]
Psycatron – People In Glass Houses (Lateral Thinker Remix) [Tresor]
Ian O’Donovan – Descent To Endor [Flying Flowers]
Sydenham & Ferrer – Sandcastles [Ibadan]
Modul – Farwalker (Francois Dubois Remix) [Highway]
Lawrence – Along The Wire (Superpitcher Remix) [Ladomat 2000]
Kirk Degiorgio & Ian O’Brien – Promenade Eleven [ART]

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