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December 13, 2012
In my opinion, the most consistently brilliant production team in progressive house and trance history. You can spot a Bedrock production from a mile away: the rumbling, muscular energy combined with smart, street-wise arrangements and structure. Muir provided the studio expertise and Diggers knew exactly what would rock a dancefloor.

They also had the good sense to retire the alias mid-way through the '00s, signalling an end of of an era and ensuring the Bedrock discography isn't diluted by the increasingly average stuff they've released since. There isn't a single bad Bedrock production, and furthermore there are a fistful of absolute classics to their name. They were particularly outstanding at remixes, providing an array of re-rubs that were hugely varied but almost invariably improved on the original version immeasurably.


March 26, 2003
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The earliest productions by Bedrock were some of the most euphoric and incredibly delightful dance music available in the world, ie 'For What You Dream Of (Full Renaissance Mix)' and 'Heaven Scent'. To this day, they continue to push the envelope and reinvent themselves. Not an easy feat to remain fresh and exciting.

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