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19 Sep 11
Review: Progressive bomb of the week!! When you scan through the Bedrock back catalogue, you will struggle to find even one release that wasn't of the highest quality. Doing what they do better than any other label in their field for years, it continues with leading UK producer/DJ Alan Fitzpatrick. On 'Moon Place' he delivers another flawless cut that has been playlisted by every prog DJ worth their salt over the past couple of months and is now yours to drop peaktime and see the whole floor erupt.. Check it out and turn it up!!
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30 Apr 12
Review: The latest single to be lifted from Clouds 'Hokarangen Space Program Strings' album, and one of the finest moments on it. A captivating blend of cosmic audio landscapes and progressive undertones in which the quality lay in the simplicity. The Original is built around a gently evolving string which takes centre stage in the arrangement and mix, while the other sounds subtly wash around. It's the remix which picks up the pace and chop things up a bit in terms of bringing genres together as Throwing Snow brings a unique flavour of rock and a slight edge of dubstep. Completing the package is another new track 'Untitled' that will transport the listener to a Far Eastern temple.
10 Jun 13
Played by: John Digweed
Review: French producer Antoine Husson's album as Electric Rescue seems like an unusual choice for John Digweed's Bedrock label. That said, Sonic Architecture does have some connection to the British DJ's dance floor selections, both past and present. "Unaggressive Complexity" could be an update on the break beat of Hybrid that Digweed championed - albeit with an evil Hoover riff at its centre - while the trippy vocal samples and insane tonal blips of the minimal house groover "Deode" is more in keeping with the Bedrock chief's current playlists. Sonic Architecture is more than dance floor tracks however, and the angelic melodies and glitchy sounds of "Dope" and the jingly guitar riffs and careering electronic bassline of "Airy Field" show that Husson has become a serious album artist.
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