Many have a forgotten the times when Radio Slave was an duo born on the millennium who gained instant recognition for their bootleg electro-house remixes of a variety of artists, including Nancy Sinatra, Kylie Minogue, Busta Rhymes, and Limp Bizkit.
It wasn't until 2006 that the Radio Slave duo split, with Matt Edwards now produce original works, mostly released through his own label: REKIDS. In the next few years, with his mishmashes of old-school house and minimal techno stylings, tracks like "My Bleep," "Modena," "Screaming Hands," and "Bell Clap Dance" would become underground dancefloor staples and gain mostly positive critical notices, turning the guise into one of the most respected electronic dance music producers in the game.
With an Essential Mix, Fabric Compilation and his eye-opening Pornceptual Boiler Room; Edwards is sure to whip the archway into an absolute frenzy.
Presented by Night Tales
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