Adrien Rux & Bedmar

Let’s talk about Adrien Rux & Bedmar


After their massive releases on Sebjak’s Bibliothèque Records, we have decided to have a talk with the Spanish new talents Bedmar & Adrien Rux.

You can find more about their releases here[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_toggle title=”Can you a bit introduce ourselves to our readers?” open=”true”]We’re a group of producers from southern Spain. We try to inspire our listeners with fresh and dark sounds, which is what we’re aiming to show every time we release something.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”How long you know each other, and where did you first met?” open=”true”]We first met around September, at the beginning we were in different positions around the music genres, but then we started collaborating and decided to try out this genre, the one we’re doing now. Facebook was the founder of this group :)[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Do you have some musical backgrounds and what was and are your musical influences?” open=”true”]We barely play drums and piano, and our music influences come from Coldplay, Linkin Park, a lot of rock from the 80’s such as AC/DC, and of course in the electronic scene, we really bring our influence from Dirty South, Axwell and some artists from the underground.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”How it’s working on the music together?” open=”true”]Well, it’s great. We challenge each other to always do better. We both have our weaknesses and strengths.. so musically we compliment each other and keeps pushing the songs to the next level

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Can you tell us, what the hardware and software are you using?” open=”true”]We have a pair of KRK monitors, a powerful iMac to run all the software, and as external components a Korg MicroKey and a basic external soundcard + mic to record natural noisy sounds. We are currently looking forward to bring some more hardware into our room, but Omnisphere and Arturia Collection are our go-to plugins.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”When do you start working on the track, do you have already some ideas in your head? Or it’s more about to find the right sound during the process?” open=”true”]Both things, sometimes we bring a melody to the piano as fast as we can when it comes up, and when we don’t have that creativity side working, we just start juggling around and finding the right sound. Of course, we get to inspire over other songs and that helps us a lot being honest![/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”A few months ago, you’ve released track ‘Dream On’ on Sebjak’s label Bibliothèque Records, can you tell us more about this record?” open=”true”]Bedmar brought the main idea of the drop, then we thought about adding some flutes and ambient sounds to the break part. A few days later we started thinking about including some warm vocals and layered them with some low frequencies. Sebjak then listened to our demo and thought about adding some final touches switching the structure and overall percussion, which made it even darker.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Your next release ‘Last Summer’ is a collab with Seb and it’s released again on his label. Can you tell us, what it’s like to work with such popular and respected DJ and producer as Seb is?” open=”true”]We feel really proud of this opportunity he gave us, we were, and still are fans of his music! Working with him is quite good as you can pretty much work with zero problems at all, and no limitations when it comes to the music.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”You’ve also made a remix on ‘Low Roar – Easy Way Out’. Why did you choose this particular record?” open=”true”]We’ve been following Low Roar for a while, since their beginning. And when we heard this track, we really loved the vocal! We didn’t really know where to start with on that one, but suddenly we came up with a really catchy idea there.

[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Recently, you’ve signed a new deal with North Board Management. Can you share with us some details about it? How did this happen?” open=”true”]They basically found us through Bibliothèque, listened to some of our latest music, and contacted us to show them more stuff. We ended up signing an agreement with them Because they understand and most importantly believes in what we are trying to achieve and gives us the freedom and tools to do so![/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”What do you think about the current electronic dance music?” open=”true”]Pretty much everything is starting to show in it’s own form, what we used to call music is now trash. We think in the future it will show up what’s quality and the people around with budget / ghosts will start to fade away.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”What are you guys doing besides the music?” open=”true”]We spend nearly all day inside the studio improving our sound design. But when we go out, we normally practice some sport and do some other hobbies, apart from our daily jobs.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”With who would be your dream collaboration?” open=”true”]We always wanted to try out something together with Dirty South or Steve Angello, would be way hard, but nothing impossible you know…[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”What do you plan for the rest of this year and beyond?” open=”true”]For now, we want to build a community with our project, But there is a lot of new records and that next up we have a remix coming on Code Red. Early October. And I mean, there is a lot more that we can’t really talk about right now, but we believe that the music is the most important, we would never sacrifice the quality … as they say quality over quantity 😛