- A wide release of Radio Slave's Clone Wars will kick off the label's year, with material from Spencer Parker and Monty Luke also coming up.
Radio Slave's Rekids imprint is back in business for 2015, starting next month.
Though Matt Edwards' label has been dormant since late 2013, the man behind it has been busy as ever, releasing 12-inches for NonPlus and Running Back, launching a clothing line and putting out an album as Matom with Tomas Gandey on Planet E.
Rekids will strike back in June with Radio Slave's The Clone Wars, which was first released at the very end of 2013 on a limited basis. That'll be followed by Spencer Parker's No More Silly Club Songs EP and a 12-inch of remixes of Nina Kraviz's "Ghetto Kraviz" by Regal, both of which are due out in July. Looking further ahead, there are also records from Monty Luke and Phil Asher on the way.
Finally, the label will be hosting a takeover of Panorama Bar tonight, where Edwards will DJ as Radio Slave alongside Asher, Monty Luke and a live set from Steve O'Sullivan.
You can stream clips from The Clone Wars below.
Radio Slave - The Clone Wars
A The Clone Wars
B1 The Clone Wars (Instrumental)
B2 The Clone Wars (Acapella)
Rekids will release The Clone Wars in June 2015. No More Silly Club Songs and Ghetto Kraviz (Regal Remixes) will be released in July 2015.