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A Radio Slave mix from 2011 is out now on Mixmag Records

Midland, Maya Jane Coles, Nina Kraviz and more feature on 'Mixmag Presents...Slave To The Rhythm'

  • Dave Turner
  • 27 November 2020
A Radio Slave mix from 2011 is out now on Mixmag Records

There's a chance you might remember Radio Slave's 'Slave To The Rhythm' mix for Mixmag back in 2011. Well, it's now available to stream and download.

Out on Mixmag Records, the 80-minute mix from the Rekids boss features Dyed Soundorom's remix of Maya Jane Coles' 'What They Say', Nina Kraviz's 'I'm Weak' and Radio Slave's Joy & Pain remix of Midland's 'Bring Joy'.

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There's also tracks from Marco Carola, Jerome Sydenham & Function, Agoria, Carl Craig and more.

Mixmag's Ralph Moore said: "When Mixmag first released the Radio Slave cover mix, Matt Edwards followed up the stellar CD with an exclusive party in East London with an up-and-coming DJ called Nina Kraviz, who spun vinyl on top of a wooden box. Luckily, Matt’s own box was pretty nifty and is reflected by the music on this mix, from Dyed’s mix of Maya Jane Coles and Nicola Gala to exclusive edits and mixes from his always on point Rekids imprint.

"As a snapshot of an underground scene that was about to explode, Radio Slave’s Slave To The Rhythm remains peerless. And a lot of fun to boot!"

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Listen to and download the mix here.

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