Underground Sound of Miami Series 3
2xCD Mixed / Unmixed
Released March 17th


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10 totally exclusive tracks from the third Undergound Sound Of Miami release from the mighty Bedrock label selected by John Digweed. Featuring some new artists to the label alongside some of the labels favourite producers in the form of Robert Babicz, King Unique, Darren Emerson and Dave Angel alongside an excellent bonus mixed version.

Tracklisting

Mixed CD

Robert Babicz - Rabbit Clouds
Derek Howell - Objectivity
Dave Angel - Keep It
Thodoris Triantafillou & CJ Jeff - Body Clock Feat. Thomas Gandey
Darren Emerson - Feel It
Carlo Lio - Who's House?
Coyu & Ramiro Lopez - Diferencias
Harvey McKay - Phone Freaker
Marc Marzenit - Mystery Ocean
King Unique - Westway

Unmixed CD

Derek Howell - Objectivity
Carlo Lio - Who's House?
Robert Babicz - Rabbit Clouds
Dave Angel - Keep It
Thodoris Triantafillou & CJ Jeff - Body Clock Feat. Thomas Gandey
Marc Marzenit - Mystery Ocean
Harvey McKay - Phone Freaker
Darren Emerson - Feel It
Coyu & Ramiro Lopez - Diferencias
King Unique - Westway


You can check the preview here

http://www.mixcloud.com/johndigweed/und … 3-minimix/

and pre-order the CD and MIA shirts here

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chuffer wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

That bedrock102008 chap spending too much time on here.

You just can't get the staff


Sad but true. I'm only qualified to lick stamps though as I haven't got my stapler certificate yet. Was trying to boost my post count as 100 plus posts means nothing apparently :-(. Anyway I'm wearing a Versus shirt at the moment so nobody would want to talk to me anyway.

On another note glad people are liking the release and keep the feedback coming.

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Presto wrote:

. I guess this is what happens when you actually say hello to people in clubs rather than post about them the next day on a forum.


Imagine that. Speaking to people in person. Crazy talk. Nearly as crazy as people wearing Bedrock t shirts to a Bedrock night.

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Preview minimix
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Released October 7th.
Pre-order now exclusively from the Bedrock store http://bedrockmusic.bigcartel.com/products

itunes pre order   https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/versus/id702884773

3xCD coming in a Limited edition bespoke embossed box set featuring the unmixed CD, John Digweed mixed CD and bonus 8 track Electronica CD along with a beautiful 20 page booklet and for those of you buying the exclusive version from the Bedrock store expect something extra in your package.

3x12" LP featuring 11 full length tracks in all their glory coming in a beautifully designed spined sleeve holding all 3 vinyls from the release.


Check out the tracklist below.

CD1 mixed by John Digweed

John Digweed & Nick Muir: Versus

1. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Henry Saiz – Lupine
2. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus jozif –  Groove del Verano
3. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Second-Hand Satellites - Forge
4. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Pig&Dan - Morphism
5. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Jamie Stevens - Prism
6. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Marco Bailey -  Red Tape
7. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Ian O'Donovan – Dawnbreaker
8. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Carlo Lio – Infinity Road
9. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Christian Smith & Wehbba - Mantis
10. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Psycatron - Awakenings ( Stripped mix)
11. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus The Japanese Popstars – Blue Tongue
12. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Guy J -  Heaven Scent 

CD2 Unmixed

John Digweed & Nick Muir: Versus

1. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Christian Smith & Wehbba - Mantis
2. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Pig&Dan - Morphism
3. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus The Japanese Popstars – Blue Tongue
4. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Carlo Lio – Infinity Road
5. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Marco Bailey – Red Tape
6. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Jamie Stevens - Prism
7. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Ian O'Donovan – Dawnbreaker
8. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Second-Hand Satellites – Forge
9. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus Henry Saiz – Lupine
10. John Digweed & Nick Muir Versus jozif –  Groove del Verano

CD3 - Electronica

1. John Digweed & Nick Muir - Gigawave
2. John Digweed & Nick Muir  - Bubblenet
3. John Digweed & Nick Muir  - Prism
4. John Digweed & Nick Muir  - Timestone
5. John Digweed & Nick Muir  - Larco
6. John Digweed & Nick Muir  - Buried Heart
7. John Digweed & Nick Muir   - Circle Square   
8. John Digweed & Nick Muir  - Hollow World

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BEDDIGI37

Jimmy Van M & AFFKT Feat. Luxor T

Dreams/Lucid


Jimmy Van M has been an integral part of Bedrock's history with many
releases from the labels inception. Most recently he and Oliver Lieb
teamed up to bring us their Collaborations album release in 2012 as well as his
"We Are Children" track which featured on John Digweed's Structures Two CD in
2011.

Now in 2013, Jimmy Van M is back on Bedrock and this time he has teamed up
with Spanish producer AFFKT and Argentinean Producer/Singer Luxor T. Jimmy
Van M and Luxor T have been working for more than a year now together and
currently working an album project.  Luxor T a trained musician and
Jimmy´s production experience on the dancefloor is hitting the right combination
for freshly unique tracks each time. AFFKT heard one of Jimmy´s new tracks
feat Luxor T - Like U and liked the vocal.  When talking they agreed to try an
original together with Luxor T vocals which is how Dreams came into play
and rest fell into place easy with great vibes.   Working together on this
project AFFKT and Jimmy Van M feed off the creativity and positive
enthusiasm to make quality music, you can hear they are into it and having
fun.

The result is Dreams which is a bass driven track that builds and builds
with swung percussion creating a relentless groove with Luxor T's vocal
layered perfectly over it all with an almost hypnotic effect. For those
who prefer the dub vibe there is stripped back version of Dreams without the
vocal which features extended pads and toughened up percussion. The final
piece is Lucid which is a much more heads down affair for a darker and
trippier ride than Dreams which will be perfect for tougher and techier
sets. All in all a quality package that should have something for everyone
and as we have witnessed John Digweed successfully road testing all of
them over the past few months we know they rock on the dancefloor. Enjoy.

Big Fella wrote:
john-on-amonday wrote:

I was only joking, lads.

Just be nice and talk about good music, that's all I'm saying smile


Not being funny John, but I think 12 posts on here doesn't really qualify you to give advice on how to be and what to talk about.


yup he has a point, you should have waited till your thirteenth post before saying something like that - now look what you've done, you've brought out the post police who deem it necessary to shoot on sight any enthusiasm others may have

no doubt see you on October 5th

Presto wrote:
john-on-amonday wrote:

My God you guys are worse than gays, stop all your bitching, geeeezzz!

Be nice to one another, this is a clubbing forum for God sake!!! wink

Pretty sure we're mostly just jaded cunts around on here.


I edited that for you Presto. Can't have anyone being ageist here

thought someone had hacked your account there for a minute

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Anyone who was at the Bedrock party in Liverpool earlier this year will know that this is a musical city through and through, so its great to see one of Liverpool’s finest up and coming talents releasing his excellent music on John Digweed’s label. Jemmy’s Bedrock debut “Quarry Bank” appeared on the Bedrock 14 compilation in 2012 and paved the way for this debut single release

“Waterloo Blues” is pure summer sunshine magic with its delicious swirling melodies and scratchy beats. Jemmy has always eschewed genre, his knowledge and love for music from right across the spectrum, as well as his own unique sound, means he appeals to a wide range of DJs, borne out by the fact that the likes of John Digweed, Danny Tenaglia, Slam & Paco Osuna are giving him their support.

Jemmy is also making a big impact on the world of electronic music with his long standing DJ residencies with Freeze, as well as for the mighty Cream across Europe. He also has the rare and impressive claim of being the world’s first ever DJ to play at Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral! During the day Jemmy runs his own record shop and label – Liverpool’s world-renowned 3B Records. It’s no wonder that big things are happening for this super-talented young man!

Fellow scouser and Circus master, Yousef, lends his support with his Circus Rework of “Waterloo Blues”, taking it on a deeper hypnotic journey to create a perfect package. The top rank international DJ, producer, club promoter and music aficionado shows exactly why he is at the top of his game and so respected.

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“This 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.

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not from a movie but Deborah Morgan is always good for a bit of swearing

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smallman1 wrote:

The bedrock clothing range has always been horrific.

Anyone rocking the clobber tends to be an absolute tool as well, i.m.o.

Glad you're our best customer then. Suits you sir!

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Without a doubt has to be Moby "Into The Blue" Buzz Boys Mayhem Mix into Dum Dum "One Earth Beat"

also one you can replicate on vinyl without any studio trickery

faible wrote:

i imported it via itunes as aiff. just said track1, track2 etc. will check on cd player again, sec.

/edit weird, on my cdjs it shows up. might be that new itunes.

and just saw that many tracks are shorter than the beatport version ;p but that's not a big deal. prolly just to fit on the cd.


Yeah somebody needs to enter all of the info onto the Gracenotes system so that when you got to find info on iTunes it should all be there. Sadly this data has to be entered separately to the info we have coded on the CD but yeah we had to edit a couple of tracks to fit on the CD and there are 2 bonus tracks on the digital version from Eagles & Butterflies and Stelios Vassiloudis

faible wrote:

got my copy today. nice cd but no cd text? sad

Just checked 2 CD's here and both have CD text on, could it be your CD player?

My post count doesn't warrant such attention. I am Spartacus

Big Fella wrote:
bedrock102008 wrote:

why on earth am I mentioned here? without reading 5 pages of shite do I need to know or can I get back to licking stamps?


Which part of this thread did you think was about you?


The bit where my name is mentioned kind of rings a bell.

why on earth am I mentioned here? without reading 5 pages of shite do I need to know or can I get back to licking stamps?

great to hear, we're getting great feedback on The Rebirth and Leaving Earth

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LAURENT GARNIER plays THE REBIRTH @ Time Warp
Proving that amazing electronic dance music can come from absolutely anywhere in the world, if you travel 1,210 kilometres east from Australia into the heart of the southwest Pacific Ocean to a place called Nouméa on a group of islands collectively known as New Caledonia, you will find a certain Oniris, creator of some of the most sublime melodic techno that you will hear this year.

Up until now, this mysterious and exceptional young producer has been picking up praise and support from some of the world’s most savvy and innovative forward-thinking artists & DJs. When Laurent Garnier is waxing lyrical about your talents on his radio show, and your tracks are highlights in the sets of such illustrious people as John Digweed, Agoria, Psycatron, Marc Romboy and Ian O'Donovan, there is most definitely something very special going on!

Remember the name and remember where YOU heard him first.


Laurent Garnier  "Everyone has been asking me about his tunes. I was about to start a brand new label just to release this guy's music!!!!!!!!!! This is how good his music is".

mullykid wrote:

Looks great. One extra track in the mix though. Is that allowed? smile

There's 2 extra tracks in the mix. We'll let him off this time seeing as it's one of his own tracks

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Bedrock is going from strength to strength already in 2013. Following Miguel Bastida & Florian Kaltstrøm’s superb “De Barcelona a Viena EP” and Two Hand Salute’s buzzing “Scale Up” / “We Are Drum” offering, comes a killer peak-time double-header resulting from a new collaboration between Marco Bailey and Filterheadz.

Marco Bailey is flying high, having just released his critically acclaimed new album “High Volume” on his MB Elektronics label he also regularly releases his work on Bedrock, Intec and Drumcode. Meanwhile, fellow Belgian’s Filterheadz remixed John Digweed and Nick Muir’s classic “Emerald” back in 2003 and have been releasing music on labels such as Intec, 1605, Respekt, Toolroom and MB Elektronics for over 10 years now. After a short break, they returned to the techno scene in summer 2012 and haven’t dropped out of the Beatport Techno Top 100 since!

Having been friends with Marco for over a decade, they started doing some studio sessions together a few months ago and there was such a great chemistry they have emerged with these two killer tracks. “Fifth Avenue” continues to raise the bar where Marco Bailey’s excellent “Watergate EP” (BED85) left off a couple of years ago, teamed with the energetic “Mansion” it forms a perfect peak-time package.

New Limited red design

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Marking the first tentative steps into Spring, Bedrock bring a double whammy of T Shirts in the form of United States of Bedrock and Underground. Both styles are available in mens/womens and range from Small to XXL coming in Black/Navy/Melange Grey and Charcoal Grey colours. Check out our discounted multiple buy deals. These are on pre-order now and will be ordered to demand so get your order in now in case you miss out.

Pre-order and find more details here