John Digweed, Nick Muir Team Up on 'Versus' – Album Premiere

'Electronica' is one of three CDs in their new collaboration

John Digweed
Carlos Armando
October 2, 2013 8:30 AM ET

John Digweed and Nick Muir are experts in collaboration, having worked together on various projects for over two decades. But the duo's new joint LP, Versus, is their most communal yet, featuring contributions from a variety of their favorite producers, including Psycatron, Marco Bailey and Jamie Stevens.

Stream John Digweed and Nick Muir Versus Psycatron's 'Awakenings'

Versus is split into three discs: one mixed, one unmixed and the all-original "Electronica" set, which features eight downtempo, atmospheric tracks (and is available below as an exclusive stream). The album will be released on October 7th on Bedrock; it's available for pre-order at the label's official web store

The "Electronica" tracklist is below:

"Buried Heart" 
"Circle Square" 
"Hollow World"

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