Following the recent ‘Strobe Queen’ and ‘Wild Life’ releases, Radio Slave continues with his releases. Revisiting his love of lower tempos and long but engaging arrangements, the Rekids boss further explores his love of house and disco sounds that proliferated his early work on ‘Wake Up’, an NY-inspired cut.
Radio Slave: “The latest in a series, my new single is a kaleidoscopic, back to the future, dub disco song about signing music in the music industry and I guess sometimes we all need to “wake up”. I’ve tried to illustrate this with the photo of a plastic dolphin trash can.”
Radio Slave aka Matt Edwards made his name as a DJ in the ‘90s, releasing edits of twisting pop, R&B and indie cuts into versions that aimed to set clubs alight.
Since the mid-2000s, his originals have tackled techno, house, breakbeat, minimal and disco whilst exploring dub, balearic sounds and ambient across the myriad of other aliases and projects.
Radio Slave’s ‘Wake Up’ is out now Rekids.