Electronic artist slEdger releases new track ‘Softcastle’ with a Nick Warren remix – support from Ashley Beedle, Timo Maas, Luke Una and many more…

(Pegdoll Records)
Softcastle by Sledger is a montage of indie bass/guitar, breaks, deep house and dubbiness, but with enough groove to stop any of the afore mentioned putting you off

“Will support on my radio show”– ASHLEY BEEDLE
“Love the track, would like to remix it.” – NICK WARREN

“Really well done this” – LUKE UNA
“Yep liking the vibes on this very much….”MATT BROWN (SANCHO PANZA) 
“Love it , will play it out on my set 5th August in Belgium.” – RENAAT VANDERPAPERLIER (R&S RECORDS)
“Smashing .. really useful ..” – JAMES HOLROYD (BUGGED OUT / CHEMICAL BROS TOUR DJ)
“Rob, that is one superb piece of music! Right up my street!” – LEE FISHER
‘Nice Vibes’ 
“Amazing track” – TREVOR FUNG
“I like it man! Very nice and phat”  JON CARTER
“Really nice .” – ANTHONY PAPPA
“Good work on this Rob !” – PHIL GIFFORD (WOBBLE)




slEdger INFO:

Dubby electronic music with an indie dance vibe not really fitting any easy genre, slEdger is the latest musical project from London based Dj/Producer Rob Vision.

Rob has released music under various names over the last 15 years gaining support from people as diverse as John Digweed, Mary Anne Hobbs, Ashley Beedle and Annie Nightingale on BBC Radio 1, he’s also DJ’ed at various seminal UK clubs like Back To Basics, Elements and Turnmills often playing in the more musically experimental back rooms. 

From being a roadie, drummer, club dj, pirate radio host, club promoter, music pr and booker for other artists, Rob’s journey in music has been a varied one to say the least, but with slEdger he may finally have found his musical calling.




Nick Warren – Global clubland and production legend, known for Way Out West, The Soundgarden, Global Underground, active since 88.

Nicolas Rada – DJ’ing and producing professionally since 2007, Argentinian born and long time collaborator with Nick Warren.

Crisp production, and driving beats alongside the elliptical tones of the original ‘Softcastle’ release, have been re-dramatised by ‘Nick Warren & Nicolas Rada’. This track sits nicely being played anywhere in the world, think 4am in a club, festival or after hours, the sun has not quite hit the curvature of the earth, but it will.