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Strobe Queen
Strobe Queen (limited 12" 再プレス)
Cat: REKIDS 220. Rel: 29 May 24
Deep House
Strobe Queen (11:57)
Strobe Queen (Eric Kupper remix) (5:47)
Strobe Queen (Kirk Degiorgio remix) (7:20)
Review: Well, well, well, we didn't expect this one: Radio Slave in piano house mode. The man who has made a career off dark, rolling, wall-rattling and proudly linear techno releases on his mighty Rekids label shows a totally different but equally essential side here. 'Strobe Queen' is a slow burning, slow-release pleasure built on low-slung mid-tempo drums and overlaid with glorious piano chords that speak of joy and happiness. Eric Kupper removes a little of the polish, ups the dust and adds his own vocal mutterings over the top for something more zoned out.
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Venti (2xLP)
Cat: REKIDS 241. Rel: 10 May 24
Deep House
Strobe Queen (5:11)
Wait A Minute (4:16)
Can't Get You (4:12)
Wild Life (5:48)
Wake Up (6:19)
Jaws (4:44)
New Balance (5:43)
Stranger In The Night (4:08)
Mouth To Mouth (4:39)
The Lunatics (5:00)
Amnesia (3:59)
Review: To mark two decades of his famous Radio Slave alias, Matt Edwards has spent most of the last 18 months making music inspired by his musical journey so far - as well as delivering a few remakes of choice catalogue cuts. The result is Venti, a fine dancefloor focused album full to bursting with familiar favourites (his fine cover of Kylie's 'Can't Get You Out of My Head', the beefed-up Rhodes-rich early morning deep house of 'Wild Life', Terry Hall tribute 'The Lunatics', and his riotous, mind-mangling update of Audion's 'Mouth To Mouth') and a string of largely unheard highlights (see the late 90s Tenaglia-esque 'New Balance', the Italian ambient house inspired 'Strobe Queen', punchy electro number 'Strangers in The Night', and Edwards' new rap-sporting revision of Radio Slave classic 'Wait a Minute').
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Played by: Ben Gomori
 in stock $25.88
Wake Up Remixes
Cat: REKIDS 223R. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Deep House
Wake Up (Superpitcher remix) (9:00)
Wake Up (Idjut Boys Shed mix) (7:07)
Review: Radio Slave's most recent single, the trippy, string-laden and subtly disco-influenced deep house after-party workout 'Wake Up', gets the remix treatment, with two artists renowned for delivering delightfully wayward dancefloor epics at the helm. Kompakt favourites Superpitcher steps up first, placing the original's oddball (sampled) spoken word vocal atop a hypnotic, subtly changing bed of acid motifs, warming chords, hypnotic house drums and delay-laden Rhodes chords. Over on side B, the Idjut Boys retire to their shed, potter about a bit, and return with a typically mind-mangling, dubbed-out take that's most likely amongst the darkest and most psychedelic things they've ever released - and that's saying something.
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Wild Life
Wild Life (12")
Cat: REKIDS 222. Rel: 05 May 23
Deep House
Wild Life (Disco mix) (11:04)
Wild Life (dub mix) (10:16)
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Stay Out All Night (remixes)
Cat: REKIDS 197. Rel: 28 Feb 22
Stay Out All Night Long (Carl Cox remix) (6:23)
Stay Out All Night Long (Commix remix) (8:20)
 in stock $13.20
Can't Get You
Can't Get You (limited 12")
Cat: REKIDS 226. Rel: 12 Jul 23
Deep House
Can't Get You (club mixx) (8:58)
Can't Get You (Maxxi mix) (8:30)
Review: Matt Edwards has been in a nostalgic mood of late, thinking back to the start of his now long-running Radio Slave project. That began with an unofficial (but widely played) rework of Kylie Minogue smash 'Can't Get You Out Of My Head', and it's that tune - and his unreleased version of it - that inspired this floor-filling, mind-mangling ear worm. The A-side 'Club Mix', a nine-minute throb-job powered forwards by Giorgio Moroder style bass, snappy house drums and rich organ stabs, boasts snippets of vocal courtesy of Sylvester-style American singer Michael Loves Michael, and sounds every bit as alluring as Edwards' infamous bootleg take. The flip-side 'Maxxi Version' features all of Michael Loves Michael's vocals and sits somewhere between sleazy underground synth-pop and sparkling, revivalist Italo-disco. Two ace takes on a stone-cold pop classic that sound fabulous when played on meaty club soundsystems.
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Wait A Minute
Cat: REKIDS 207. Rel: 17 Jan 23
Wait A Minute (vocal mix) (4:13)
Wait A Minute (instrumental mix) (4:15)
Wait A Minute (Mark Broom Non Stop remix) (3:14)
Wait A Minute (Mark Broom Return To The Rave remix) (6:31)
Review: You always know what you're gunna get with Radio Slave, and that is the case again here as he returns to his own long-running and mighty Rekids label. The Berlin-based Brit offers one single, 'Wait A Minute' but it is a bulky one with robust, skipping, funky drums and ravey synths all topped off with a lively vocal. After the instrumental comes two typically monstrous remixes from the one and only UK techno veteran Mark Broom. His drums kick like no one else's and cannot fail to blow up any club.
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RSPX presents Actualize Part 2
Cat: RSPX 50B. Rel: 26 Apr 23
Radio Slave - "F__K Em" (7:34)
Slam - "Beat Control" (5:55)
Silvershower - "POLY6" (5:55)
Confidential Recipe - "This Is Our Groove" (feat Lady Tazz) (5:18)
Review: Here comes the second part of the RSPX presents Actualize compilation, released by Rekids, a Berlin-based label run by Radio Slave aka. Matt Edwards. Ultimately, said comp will contain 16 tracks of hard-hitting and diverse techno from a range of artists to have featured on Edwards' Rekids Special Projects sublabel, which focuses on 'no-nonsense' techno. For the time being, though, the comp split into a series of four EPs, evidently allowing the listener breathing room and time to consider each track, not least with the intention of being heard on high-quality vinyl. Slam and Radio Slave helm up the A-side for some neat meditative numbers, while relative newcomers Silvershower and Confidential Recipe deliver much wilder hard techno tea on the B.
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