In an even more direct nod to dance music history, the sub-label Past Due was launched in 2007 by Jerome Derradji as an avenue for re-releasing ultra rare and obscure soul and disco tracks with the assistance of Rob Sevier of the Numero Group imprint, a hardcore record archaeologist and reissuer in his own right. Despite the vintage photos and faux-aged sleeve design, the Still Music aesthetic of mixing it up is still in full effect on Past Due releases. From Japanese deep house artist Rondenion editing DIT to the UK's Charles Webster taking on Visions of Tomorrow, cultures, eras and sounds clash to create something new.
Past Due releases have been charted by Doc Martin
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