The new undertaking will "shine a light on classic tracks that didn't always get the recognition they deserve."
We're told that Matt Edwards (AKA Radio Slave) intends to have R-Time "shine a light on classic tracks that didn't always get the recognition they deserve." Its first release collects music from Sir Lord Comixx, a UK producer who Edwards has known for more than two decades—the two grew up in the same London neighborhood, and Edwards' Hard Up label put out a now-rare Sir Lord Comixx record back in 1996.
The Retroactive (Part One) 12-inch features four cuts, ranging from the late-'90s tracks "1 4 The Groove" and "Funk Box" (the latter credited to a.Moon) through to 2005's "Azid Jazz" and 2014's previously digital-only "Enemax."
Early this year, Rekids put out a Radio Slave two-tracker that counted as its landmark 100th release.
Listen to "Azid Jazz."
A1 1 4 The Groove
B1 Funk Box
B2 Azid Jazz
R-Time Records will release Retroactive (Part One) on January 26th, 2018.