“Cold in the B” is the sleek opening cut from The Meaning, the debut EP from Rights, a new collaborative project from Brooklyn producers Braille (who recently dropped a solo EP via Friends of Friends) and Seafloor. Beginning with a series of rich piano chords and delicately stretched vocal samples, “Cold in the B” builds into a bass-fueled hybrid, one drenched in a multitude of machine-made chords, striped with detailed percussion, and—eventually—boosted from the bottom by a deep, resonant bassline. One of seven tracks set to appear on The Meaning (which includes a remix from fellow NYC artist Photay), Rights’ “Cold in the B” can be downloaded below; Braille’s and Seafloor’s collaborative EP is out today via the Montreal-based Infinite Machine label.

Cold in the B