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Pyramids Of Mars represents the UK based music label launched in 2012 as a sublabel of Rekids, the UK-based independent record label, conceived in 2006 by James Masters and Matt Edwards (aka Radio Slave). The label releases mainly electronic dance music, incorporating elements of techno, house anddisco.

The label releases on a variety of formats, including vinyl, CD and digital. All singles in the Rekids catalogue are released on vinyl as well as digitally. Albums and compilations are available on both CD and digital. Releases on Rekids sub-label REK'D are digital only, with the exception of the first release REK'D001 - Dustin Zahn - Stranger (To Stability) which was also released on vinyl. REKIDS006CD, The Machine's (aka Matt Edwards) debut album 'RedHead' was also released on vinyl and is part of a wider collaborative project incorporating audio and visuals by Misha Hollenbach, one half of art and design duo Perks and Mini (P.A.M.).

2012 saw the launch of the 'Pyramids Of Mars' label - a multimedia project that involves the releases of books, films and other collector's items along with music. Matt's 2010 album 'RedHead' (under his 'Machine' pseudonym) was re-issued on Pyramids of Mars as part of a highly collectible deluxe package, including a re-interpretation of the full album by Joe Claussell. The boxset was limited to 50 copies, each hand-painted by Misha Hollenbach, and included triple-vinyl pressings of both Claussell's and Edwards' versions. The release was available exclusively at London's LN-CC store. The first official musical release on Pyramids Of Mars was a collection of Quiet Village remixes.

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