Jon Digweed's label takes a sideways twist with Waterloo Blues. The release is everything that you would expect a Bedrock release not to sound like; subtle and shuffling, powered by organic drums and at its heart haunting violin playing that wails like a banshee at a funeral. It's in stark contrast to the 'dark drum' sound Bedrock made its name with and shows that the label is moving with the times. That said, Bedrock also understands the importance of appealing to its fan base and Yousef's version favours a straight dance floor approach. Over a snaking, rolling rhythm, the Liverpudlian tweaks the violin riff until it's transformed into a high-frequency tone that'll drive clubs wild.