Bedrock are proud to welcome the return of one of the most consistent names in the labels history: Luke Brancaccio. As one half of Brancaccio & Aisher and Suicide Sports Club, Luke has been casually denting the Bedrock discography since the label launched Just like he is again now on Oblivion teaming up with talented studio partner and founder of the Platipus Records label, Simon Berry of Art of Trance fame and also one half of Union Jack.
An eight-minute-plus cosmic odyssey that sucks you right into the heart of its atmosphere by way of palpitating bass, ghostly humanised harmonies and a classically informed riff, Oblivion truly lives up to its name and has been a prize set-piece for Bedrock bossman John Digweed throughout the summer.
Fresh from releasing his new album on his new label Fryhide, H.O.S.H returns to Bedrock to follow up last years tasty Lunchtime with an equally incendiary remix. Maintaining Luke and Simons sense of stateliness and theatrics, H.O.S.H lays down a strident marching groove that breaks down into a sudden flash of synth euphoria before rolling its sleeves up and getting back to business again.
Dynamically, aesthetically and emotionally, this is an ageless Bedrock record And we have it on good authority that Luke and Simon are already working on a follow up. We cant wait to hear it.