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Артист: John Digweed Nick Muir Название: Versus Жанр: House Год выхода: 2013 Label: Bedrock / BEDVS01CD О музыке:
When John Digweed and Nick Muir work together its not just a standard release or another compilation piece to be appreciated and shelved. Its
not even the next applauded record to add to their intimidating catalogue. A partnership forged over countless remixes and productions, a Muir and
Digweed collaboration is the meeting of two legendary minds that raise the bar for DJs and peers alike to reach up and grab. Upcoming release and
unique new project Versus challenges fellow acts to do just that. Pitching head to head with the Bedrock founding members are a hand-selected display
of some of the greatest house and techno talent around. Marco Bailey, Henry Saiz, and Christian Smith Wehbba are amongst a host of diverse acts that
caught the forerunners attention for their distinctive sound and prowess in the studio over recent years to join them on Versus. Coming via their
esteemed imprint, this brand new 3-part concept album is out on the 7th October for the entire world to revel in. This album will position itself atop
a stunning array of equally iconic records from the Bedrock label that over the years has showcased stunning single releases, artist albums and
legendary compilation mixes. Versus delivers the next masterstroke in the labels development and speaking of the perception on the album, John and
Nick declared: What started out as a remix swap then an extended EP then out of nowhere after 12 months an album and with many twists and turns,
Versus is finally here featuring a set of amazing collaborations and remixes with some of our favourite producers from around the world.
01. VA - Versus (Continuous Mix Version By John Digweed) [1:17:26]
02. John Digweed Nick Muir Vs. Christian Smith Wehbba - Mantis [7:29]
03. John Digweed Nick Muir Vs. Pig Dan - Morphism [7:55]
04. John Digweed Nick Muir Vs. The Japanese Popstars - Blue Tongue [7:16]
05. John Digweed Nick Muir Vs. Carlo Lio - Infinity Road [6:57]
06. John Digweed Nick Muir Vs. Marco Bailey - Red Tape [6:34]
07. John Digweed Nick Muir Vs. Jamie Stevens - Prism [7:56]
08. John Digweed Nick Muir Vs. Ian O Donovan - Dawnbreaker [8:26]
09. John Digweed Nick Muir Vs. Second Hand Satellites - Forge (Iridium Flares Mix) [8:17]
10. John Digweed Nick Muir Vs. Henry Saiz - Lupine [8:37]
11. John Digweed Nick Muir Vs. Jozif - Groove De Verano [8:02]
12. John Digweed Nick Muir Vs. Guy J - Heaven Scent [8:58]
13. John Digweed Nick Muir Vs. Psycatron - Awakenings (Stripped Mix) [8:02]
14. John Digweed Nick Muir - Buried Heart [6:09]
15. John Digweed Nick Muir - Bubblenet [5:51]
16. John Digweed Nick Muir - Timestone [4:18]
17. John Digweed Nick Muir - Larco [4:48]
18. John Digweed Nick Muir - Hollow World [7:14]
19. John Digweed Nick Muir - Circle Square [8:51]
20. John Digweed Nick Muir - Prism [5:44]
21. John Digweed Nick Muir - Gigawave [8:25]
John Digweed began DJing at age 15. His breakthrough came in 1993 when he got a gig at the Renaissance Club in Mansfield after fellow DJ
Alexander Coe (aka Sasha) heard his demo.Digweed is known for promoting the progressive house sound that became popular in Europe and North America in
the late 1990s and early 2000s, releasing several popular mix compilations on labels like Renaissance and Global Underground. He started the record
label Bedrock Records to further promote the music he was playing at the time. In addition to starting the Bedrock imprint, he and friend Nick Muir
produce under the Bedrock alias. In his sets, Digweed is noted for adopting tracks with new and different styles.
Between 2000 and 2005, John Digweed promoted his "Bedrock" sound with monthly club nights for members and newcomers to the electronic music scene. He
played Thursday nights at Heaven in London and Friday nights at a smaller club night at The Beach in Brighton. These nights featured numerous guest
DJs including Danny Howells, Phil Thompson, Hernan Cattaneo, and Chris Fortier. As Digweed's international schedule increased, these events drew
to a close, although occasional reunions are still held at Heaven. Digweed celebrated 10 years of his Bedrock club night at Matter, London on 10
October 2008 with a near on 10-hour set.
Digweed has enjoyed popularity throughout North America in addition to Europe. Digweed, as well as Sasha, established a monthly residency at the now
defunct New York club Twilo, which proved a key location for the American electronic music scene. The residency began in 1996 with a lukewarm
reception but grew into one of the most popular club nights in New York City by the end of its run in 2001. Sasha and Digweed DJ'd at Twilo on
the last Friday of every month, playing sets that lasted between 8 and 12 hours. In early 2001, Sasha suffered an ear injury and was unable to play
for their last 4 dates until Twilo was closed by the New York City authorities. Digweed continued to play the time slot by himself until May 6, 2001
when Twilo was raided by the NYPD and subsequently forced to close down.
Digweed DJed as himself in the Greg Harrison's 2000 movie Groove, which tells the story of an all-night rave in San Francisco.
In early 2002, Digweed underwent a six week country-wiade tour of the United States with Sasha and Jimmy Van M called Delta Heavy. Promotion of the
tour was done by Clear Channel and attendance reached 85,000. The tour took place in a variety of venues but was completely self-reliant from a
technical point of view. Sound, lights, and visual setups were brought along to every gig of the tour. Also in 2002, Digweed d the soundtrack to the
film Stark Raving Mad. From September 2000 to January 2011, Digweed hosted a weekly two-hour radio show on Kiss 100 in the UK, in which Digweed played
the first hour of music and a guest DJ played the second hour. Beginning in September 2006, John Digweed's show was available on all 3 Kiss radio
stations. By that time, the show's name became Transitions, which was also the name of a four-volume series of mix albums by Digweed released
every six months during 2006-2008. In January 2011, "Transitions" aired for the last time on Kiss 100. The show continues to be broadcast online.
2008 saw Digweed and Sasha reuniting for a Spring Club Tour that once again featured performances all over North America. In 2011, Digweed's
music was featured in the film movie adaptation of Irvine Welsh's best-selling novel Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance.
In 2010, he was voted the number 29 DJ in DJ Mag's annual Top 100 vote. He has been featured in the top 10 from 1998–2008 and was voted number
one DJ in 2001.
John is the brother of 20 times World Clay Shooting Champion George Digweed MBE.