Following on from the last “Live in Tokyo” compilation, John Digweed's next album acts as a celebration but also a landmark release. Output in Brooklyn has been one of the shining lights in clubland with its forward thinking policies and attention to detail with mind blowing sound and lighting. Having been a regular behind the decks since it opened and having released a “Live in Brooklyn” album over 2 years ago you could say I have a real love for this space. When it was announced that the club was closing and I would be playing the very last set there I had so many mixed emotions from sadness to joy and an overwhelming pressure to deliver a party that a club of that stature deserves. I really put my heart and soul into that party drawing from my favourite tracks over the years.
The set seemed to fly by and there was just a constant sea of smiling faces from the dance floor all night long as the crowd literally savoured every record on that crystal clear sound system. After listening back to the set I knew this album had to come out and not just be another mix online. It deserved to be part of peoples music collection and a memento for years to come. We have managed to licence 6 cd’s worth of music from the night. I hope you can immerse yourself in one of my favourite sets in NY for years.
The colourful distinctive packaging designed to celebrate Output's last night comes with a special die cut slipcase, box, wallets, CD combining to create the layers of a vortex. The album spans 6 compact discs with sleeve notes included in an 8 page booklet
All with a high gloss finish. Definitely one for the collectors!