Random Promo of the Day: John Digweed and Nick Muir vs. Pig & Dan “Morphism (Extended Play Remix)”

Despite their status as newcomers to the electronic dance music scene, longtime friends and fellow producers Spettro and Josh Dupont have managed to accomplish more in just a year than many aspiring artists can boast of in five times that period. Soon after taking an extensive trip touring some of the world’s most burgeoning and diverse music scenes, the two Texas natives returned to the United States with a fresh take on house music and electronica, and a new moniker under which to unite their passion for cool grooves and earthy rhythms. Now known collectively as Extended Play, the duo has quickly been climbing up the ladder in terms of achieving musical success, and has been garnering support from some of the more respected names in music. One work in particular made it onto our radar – it’s their recently released remix of “Morphism” by John Digweed and Nick Muir vs. Pig & Dan, and it has also caught the ear of more than one underground heavyweight.

After getting picked up almost immediately by Bedrock Records, Extended Play’s remix of “Morphism” has been lauded by acclaimed artists such as Pan Pot, Nick Warren, Adam Beyer, Stephan Bodzin, Monika Kruse, Secret Cinema, Carlo Lio, Stacey Pullen and Nicole Moudaber, to name a few. The degree of success it has encountered is unsurprising once you take a listen – cool, dark and moody, the remix goes deep in the groove and adds new emphasis to melody while preserving the central rhythm of the original. In the boys’ own words, its a gorgeous and unique blend of “erotic dub techno and deep house.”

You can listen to Extended Play’s remix of “Morphism” by John Digweed and Nick Muir vs. Pig & Dan here and download your copy on Beatport via Bedrock Records.

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