"The year started off with a fantastic gig in Cordoba that I loved so much I released the mix as an album through my label," says Top 100 mainstay, John Digweed, whose loaded schedule has also taken him through South America, Australia, Asia, Europe and the US. Singling out Germany's Timewarp Festival and the monthly Bedrock London residency at XOYO as 2012 highlights, he also sings the praises of Barcelona's El Row and Saturdays at Ibiza's Vista Club.
"The costumes people are wearing and the overall vibe of the place is off the hook," he says. He's still found time to beam his weekly Transitions radio show to over 14 million people in 50 countries, and put together the 14th Bedrock mix compilation.
"I think  has been a great year for underground music and I think 2013 will be even better," he adds.