Eric Lau, a buzzmaking DJ and producer hailing from London, England, makes his grand entrance intro the Booth with the freshly-minted lead single off his second studio album. A mid-tempo R&B number with a breezy summer-jam vibe, Everytime comes backed by a refreshing mix of mellow keyboard chords, understated percussion and (on the chorus) effervescent synth arpeggios. UK singer-songwriter Rahel complements the headliner’s arrangement with some appropriately light, airy R&B vocals. Like what you’re hearing? This is just one of many ear-pleasing jams to be found on One of Many, Lau’s forthcoming sophomore set. While the project as yet lacks a drop date, you’ll be able to cop Everytime on iTunes next Monday, April 8.
Written by richard on 04/3/13
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