The Red Hot organization has been a long time pioneer in “fighting AIDs through popular culture” as they put it. They’ve brought together artists from far and wide underneath the same banner and it’s overwhelmingly beautiful every time.
1994′s Red Hot + Cool, which explored the intersection between classic jazz and contemporary hip-hop, was no exception as it earned Time Magazine‘s Album of the Year honor. Take a trip back with us and watch Stolen Moments: Red Hot + Cool, their documentary film which brought light to the impact of AIDS on communities of color. The doc also includes a cameo of Guru and Donald Byrd performing at a Giant Step produced event in collaboration with Red Hot at Supper Club – what a night! It originally aired on PBS along with the album release.
New Zealand dream pop duo Broods take a sweet trip around town in their video for the breathy “Bridges.”
Look out for their debut EP on March 31.
Since having recently emerged through the scene with a clutch of sub-heavy house tracks, elusive UK producer Route 94 will be releasing his huge hit “My Love” featuring Jess Glynne in the United States on April 8th through a new single deal with 4th and B’way/Island Def Jam.
Drawing influences from across the globe, “My Love” is a gauzy glow of US deep house and powerful bass weight that’s currently inflecting the London club scene and making its way across the pond.