Deep Blue & Public Works Present:
RADIO SLAVE (Rekids- Berlin)
MAAYAN NIDAM (Perlon- Berlin/Tel Aviv)
+ Rooz & Bo (Deep Blue)
Main Room (Funktion One Sound)
Visuals by Allofitnow!
Radio Slave bio
Matt Edwards is Rekids co-founder. He produces quality music under a number of different guises (Quiet Village, Sea Devils, REKID, The Machine), but it is perhaps his "Radio Slave" moniker that most people will be familiar with. Over the last 5 years, as Radio Slave, Matt has released a string of underground club hits on Rekids such as "My Bleep", "Bell Clap Dance", The "No Sleep" series and the anthemic "Grindhouse". Aside from Rekids, Matt has released on a number of other esteemed labels such as R&S, Om, Running Back and Ostgut Ton.
Due to his unique production style, Matt has managed to carve out his own distinct Radio Slave sound which many often try to emulate, and which makes him a highly sought after remixer. DJ Mag listed him as one of the greatest remixers ever, and also awarded him 'Best British Producer' in the 'Best Of British' awards. To date, Radio Slave's remix credits include artists such as Armand Van Helden, Slam, UNKLE, DJ Hell, Josh Wink, DJ Sneak and many more.
As a DJ, Matt is in as much demand as he is for his production faculties. Starting off at London's Milk Bar in 1992 and subsequently becoming resident at Ministry Of Sound, Matt has since gone on to DJ virtually every major club in the world, as well as a handful of international music festivals. Recently, Matt put together a mind-blowing mix for no.48 in the Fabric compilation series, and also released 'Radio Slave presents Strictly Rhythms Vol. 5' - a double CD compilation featuring no less than 8 of his own re-edits of the Strictly catalogue.
Currently, he holds residencies at Berlin's Panorama Bar and Paris' Rex Club with the Rekids label nights, and can be found most weekends headlining the world's top clubs such as Fabric (London), Rex Club (Paris), Womb (Tokyo), Space (Ibiza), Sub Club (Glasgow) and Robert Johnson (Frankfurt).
Mayaan Nidam Bio
Just when you think you have her figured, Maayan Nidam is the kind of artist that will switch up on you and charge off in a whole new direction. Stylistically her music has always orbited house and techno, but within that broad tapestry her labyrinthe back catalogue reveals myriad shades and methods that make for an artist not to be underestimated.
From her roots in Tel Aviv to settling in Berlin, Maayan quickly forged a musical path for herself through a rich spread of projects and releases, most notably rising to prominence under the Miss Fitz moniker at a time when minimal techno was yielding its most creative and inspiring output. Likewise the Laverne Radix alias and collaborative projects such as Mara Trax (alongside Vera Heindel) spoke of a mind brimming with ideas to unleash.