Rock Dust Light Star is the seventh album from British jazz funk pioneers Jamiroquai. Fronted by the charismatic Jay Kay, the European release was the band’s first album in five years, following Dynamite with the kind of catchiness that made Jamiroquai a household name.
A little over a year after its release overseas, Executive Music Group releases it in North America digitally, as a physical CD, and as a limited edition vinyl.
Recorded between Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, and Thailand, Rock Dust Light Star features the single ‘White Knuckle Ride.’ This record shows the group’s talent remains as strong in 2012 as it was in 1994.
The first week of April sees Paul van Dyk – multi-award winning DJ/Producer and internationally renowned EDM envoy – plant his next album milestone.
The follow-up to In Between, Evolution has been 5 years in the waiting, 10 months in the making, and draws on two full decades of musical composition experience. It features collaborations with a full spectrum of producers, singers, and lyricists – EDM and otherwise.
Rusko’s takeover has only just begun. His debut, O.M.G.!, replete with his signature bone-rattling bass and anthemic melodies, was a critical and commercial hit that cemented him as one of the most exciting artists in modern dance music.
His peers have championed him and Diplo, Santigold, and Switch have featured his tracks in DJ sets and mixes. His own productions and remixes include the Prodigy and Basement Jaxx and his live shows have been drawing rapturous crowds of thousands across the globe. His new album, Songs, is a dauntless artist at his best.