New Track: Eric Lau – “Guide You” ft. Rahel


It’s always a delight to hear anything from London songstress Rahel. Produced by Eric Lau, the woozy “Guide You” tune creates a fantasy world somewhat akin to that created on Janelle Monae’s ArchAndroid album. We love it!

The track will be on Eric Lau’s upcoming album, One of Many, out June 17.

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Video: Colm K – The Love EP + Free MP3

The Cork Ireland-based producer and RBMA graduate Colm K drops his new EP ‘The Love’ today on Bastard Jazz Recordings, flush with vinyl-primed bassy instrumental productions that run the gamut from Floating Points-esque dancefloor explorations to Dilla-inspired neck-breakers. The EP comes paired with a sensual video from Practice & Theory designer Donal Thorton (known for Onra’s Long Distance cover) who also created the other-worldly cover art for this 12-inch release.

Check out the full set below and be sure to grab the free download of “The Attic” featuring collaborator and keyboard wizard Walshy.

New Release: A K U A- One’s Company


Montreal’s A K U A drops her 5 track debut EP today. One’s Company offers a solid introduction to a talent that flawlessly mixes alt-soul and electronic soundscapes. While she has played special release shows in Canada the last couple of days, she returns to the stage in Brooklyn on June 5th at The Flat. Stream the EP in full below, and if you haven’t checked out the video for “Gravity,” it is a must-see.

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Giant Step Logo Named Amongst ’22 Most Iconic’ by RBMA


Having just wrapped last week, the Red Bull Music Academy has amassed tons of interesting memories and content to dig into.

Earlier in May, we shared the story on Giant Step’s logo in the RBMA Daily Note; Today, the Daily Note has compiled 22 different stories on iconic logos and Giant Step’s logo is once again featured on the site.

Also featured are logos from Public Enemy, Fool’s Gold, Fania, Studio54, Def Jam, Wu Tang, and Run DMC, amongst others. Check out the stories on the RBMA website.