John Digweed

John Digweed began his DJ career in the late 1980s, quickly gaining acclaim for his innovative mixing style and penchant for progressive house and techno. 
His residency at the famed Renaissance club in Nottingham catapulted him to international prominence, where he became known for his atmospheric sets that pushed the boundaries of electronic music.

Digweed's partnership with Sasha yielded legendary mix compilations such as "Renaissance: The Mix Collection" and "Northern Exposure," defining the sound of progressive house in the 1990s. 
In 1999, he co-founded Bedrock Records, a label that became synonymous with cutting-edge electronic music, releasing tracks from both established artists and rising talent.

Throughout his career, Digweed has maintained a rigorous touring schedule, captivating audiences with his marathon DJ sets that often span hours. 
His radio show "Transitions," which has been running since 2000, showcases the latest in underground electronic music and has garnered a dedicated global following.

Digweed's influence extends beyond his DJing and label work; he's regarded as a pioneer in the electronic music scene, consistently pushing boundaries and championing new sounds. 
His contributions have earned him widespread respect and admiration, solidifying his legacy as one of the most influential figures in dance music.

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John Digweed