Dance-music journeyman Nick Muir began his career in the late ’80s as a session musician, playing piano/keyboards with Take That, Fire Next Time and The Men They Couldn’t Hang. He even worked with the late rock singer Johnny Hallyday.
Muir gravitated toward the pulse of the nascent UK rave scene in the early ’90s, where he began DJing. Along the way he met an upstart DJ/producer named John Digweed, and together they’ve formed one of the strongest partnerships in dance music. Over the course of countless productions and remixes, they forged the blueprint for Bedrock Records’ matchless progressive-house signature.
Fresh from releasing an evocative solo EP, “Mirror Walk” / “In The Room,” on Bedrock, we asked Muir about early tracks that strongly influenced his musical point of view. Continue Reading