Bedrock Records, which was founded in 1999, has contributed to establishing the sound of underground dance music for more than twenty years by releasing a consistent stream of excellent work from some of the most innovative and brilliant figures in the sector.
To celebrate the label’s historic 200th digital release, John Digweed and his production partner Nick Muir have asked renowned German DJ and producer Jonathan Kaspar to remix two extremely important songs from their rich back catalog.
The first track is Kaspar’s interpretation of Digweed & Muir’s Live Off The Grid, which was first made available in 2014 as a part of the landmark Traveller album. For this project, the duo worked with an unknown sci-fi author by the name of John Twelve Hawks. The remix by Jonathan Kaspar, which ups the tempo and contrasts the track’s deep, eerie spoken-word lyrics with sleek, futuristic synth samples, completely changes the record’s course.
John & Nick’s 2021 track, Stand Still, a standout element from their critically acclaimed Quattro album, is the focus of Jonathan Kaspar’s second remix in the collection. Jonathan Kaspar transforms Stand Still into a deeper, darker dance track by adding powerful basslines and a thumping beat to Digweed & Muir’s floating synths. The result is a wonderfully sophisticated underground cut.
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Stream John Digweed & Nick Muir, John Twelve Hawks – Live Off The Grid / Stand Still (Jonathan Kaspar Remix) on Spotify:
1. Live Off The Grid (Jonathan Kaspar Remix)
2. Stand Still (Jonathan Kaspar Remix)