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Thomas Pizzini is an Italian musician, born in Verona, where he lives.
At merely 13 years old, he fell in love with music and started learning how to play guitar,
thanks to which, he will soon get into the live's music world..
The continuous collaboration with Italian and international musicians of world reputation,
sees him spacing from the blues to the jazz, from the funk to the rock, going through the
electronic music in more disparate forms, ever experimenting a variety of musical
atmospheres, with new structures, never banal.
This allowed him over time, to sometimes nurture his talent, figuring sounds and forms
out, for someone incomprehensible, reaching a unique style, where the past meets the
present, trying to build a new way for the sound of the future. It stands apart from the
traditional academic principles, in order to leave space to a continuous harmonic and
formal research.
Its job in study is methodic and assiduous. As an analogic lover, he composes his
passages mixing the modern sounds of synthesizers up, drum machine and effects with
live recordings of tools and musicians, who collaborate with him in distincts forms.
His lives are a mix of all what's been important for him in his life such as music, places,
feelings and meetings marked by an important techno-detroit imprint, that merge with
jazz atmospheres, African sounds with the Mediterranean taste, driving the listener in a
mystical and sensorial experience, meant to free his own emotions through feelings and
movement. All this is based on improvisations, which makes every exhibition the
performance of a lifetime, sometimes painting landscapes and musical worlds.
His crossovers djs range from the house to the techno, often followed by oriental
atmospheres, with repeated calls to the African tribal sounds and "black-jazz" facets,
almost to become a tribute to the black music.
His constant musical research is intended to trace the basics for a future's music
evolution, getting close to the concept of free music, moving away from the schemes.
This excludes limited infrastructures, which can stop the flow of the irrationality of the
thoughts and the feelings, in an era where the music seems to have exclusively taken a
consumer direction, resulting in the loss of its own erotic and emotional position.
Thomas is currently working to show us, that the free and uninterested music is still the
greatest beauty's expression and the most interesting form of diversion, within and out
the dance halls.
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.
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