The New Yorker will land on Radio Slave's label in June.
Rob Hampton has long been a part of New York's techno scene, establishing himself via his Plan B Recordings label and its subsidiary, Sublevel Sounds. Since then, he's become an increasingly international figure, appearing on labels like Trilogy Tapes, Killekill and, most recently, BleeD. His latest outpost is Rekids, the well-established imprint run by Radio Slave, and he's delivered a four-tracker in the form of Ninja Drive-By that shows a more spacious and melodic side of his sound.
Rekids, meanwhile, is in the throes of a revival of sorts after a dormant few years, recently lining up records from David Morales and Radio Slave himself. Check out our RA Exchange with the label boss below.
A1 Dirt Nap
B1 Planetary DisFunkshun
Rekids will release Ninja Drive-By on June 17th, 2016.