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The Rekids boss talks about Berlin, Detroit and industrial techno in this interview with Little White Earbuds.
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BeatsandBeyond talks to Matt Edwards about his recently released Balance mix and his upcoming projects, one of them being a Radio Slave artist album.
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Rekidsのボスが15歳の時に、Muzik Magazine主催のコンペティションへ送ったミックスが公開へ。ロウテンポで様々なジャンルが融合した、Radio SlaveよりもQuiet Village寄りな内容。
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This 15-year-old mix helped the Rekids boss win a Muzik Magazine bedroom DJ competition in 1998. Low tempo and eclectic, this one is more Quiet Village than Radio Slave.
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The Rekids boss guests on Tim Sweeney's BiS show, and plays music from Nina Kraviz, Mr G, Maxxi & Zeus plus three remixes under his Quiet Village moniker
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Matt Edwardsが、Radio Slave名義のレアなミックスをPulse Radioのpodcastで披露。
Wed, 26 Sep 2012  /  2 Comments
Radio Slave doesn't mince words when he, along with 89 other DJs (including Mayaan Nidam, DJ Sneak and Photek) was canvassed by Big Shot for his view on the current state of DJ culture.
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Radio Slave b2b with Stacey Pullen for 5 hours at Verboten, NYC
Fri, 01 Apr 2011  /  1 Comment
Matt Edwards/Radio Slave has said that all proceeds from sales of his No Sleep—No Tofu Kubrick toy will be donated to the Japan relief fund.
Mon, 28 Feb 2011  /  118 Comments
Can you talk a bit about the first time you met Carl Craig in person?
In advance of his gig at Planet E's London takeover
, we caught up via e-mail with Matt Edwards and found out he's working on original material for the vaunted imprint.
I used to go and hear Carl all the time back in the '90s and I still have a bunch of flyers from where we played together at Jim Masters' Open All Hours night at the Ministry Of Sound. Back then I was resident in the bar and Carl did a lot of amazing gigs. This was when techno wasn't fashionable. There wasn't the jetset gyspy chic thing that goes with it now. Anyway, it wasn't until around 1999 that I think we properly got to meet and have dinner. This was back when I was promoting the Vapour nights at Home in Leciester Square for the Riki Tik guys. The club was bad, but Carl rocked it and performed with an MPC, keyboards and a mic. It was a night I'll never forget!
What is your favorite Planet E release?
That's such a tricky question as there's been such a variety of releases from jazz to hip-hop and of course some of the finest house and techno from around the globe. But I guess the one that will always be in the box is Carl's "Throw"...I was lucky enough to get a test pressing one night when i was at the Ministry and I can always remember taking it home and listening on the decks with my headphones (I was still at my folks) and just being blown away. Carl really manages to bridge the gap between genres so well and that's why he's admired by everyone from Giles Peterson to Grooverider.
Are you doing any remixes for the upcoming releases? If so, what did you tackle?
I'm actually working on some original material for Planet E which I hope will come out later this year. Carl loves the demo and I'm just waiting to finish building my new studio. Apart from that I'm making some special edits for the night and I'd really like to remix one of the Tres Demented tracks. Just need to find more time.
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Sounds To Sample chat to the Rekids head honcho about his love of sampling, his respect for mastering engineers and his frustrations with serial free-loaders.