Superstar DJ? Not John Digweed!

10 YEARS OF BEDROCK

"I hate the word 'Superstar'. If you see how I perform or act day to day, that title could not be further from the truth!"



 

Small chance you've never experienced music touched by the hands of John Digweed. Time flies, it's been 10 years of Bedrock! Something to be proud of? Why not ask the man himself?

While primilary a DJ, Digweed also remixed tracks by Underworld and New Order and is a major force behind the Bedrock label he runs with his production partner Nick Muir. The duo has landed two of their tracks in the top 40, one of them making it into the hit movie Trainspotting. Over the years Bedrock has helped launch the careers of Danny Howells, Jimmy Van M, Chris Fortier and others.

With his world renowned mix CD's (Renaissance, Global Underground, Northern Exposure, Transitions, Communicate and of course Bedrock) Digweed has consistently produced characteristic products that stay in demand, himself included.

Bedrock, 10 years and still going strong. Congratulations! What are you most proud of?

"I started the label to give a platform to new producers who kept sending me tracks to play, as they had been inspired by what I was playing. I am proud that the label has helped launch many careers and that we are still here after 10 years."

You've performed all around the globe. There must be one special gig you remember to have been more magical than all the others.

"I am very lucky to play amazing parties every week, so to choose one stand out is hard - but

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