Our fourth day at the Red Bull Music Academy was also our last one. Today was a day filled with lots of interesting stuff. To start off the day synth pioneer Peter Zinovieff stopped by with some analog synths to tell the participants about the history of the synths. A very insightful and educational lecture, however it was pretty heavy for the time of the morning. Meanwhile downstairs in the live session room Andreya Triana recorded a live acoustic set for Italian radiostation Radio Deejay. Nev was lucky enough to be able to record video of the session, which will be available on here soon. Afterwards UK Roots & soundsystem pioneer Aba Shanti gave a lecture on the history of soundsystems and the importance of Roots. After this a whole load of people dropped by the RBMA. Oddisee and UK rapper Tranqill came in to record over beats by participants TOKiMONSTA, KidKanevil and 00Genesis while Andreya Triana sang a mindblowing hook. Gaslamp Killer stopped by shortly to say hi to some people before leaving town. In the evening there were two great nights, CDR at Plastic People did a special RBMA edition featuring live sets by participants Hiroaki Oba, Swede:Art and Illum Sphere. At The Scala B.Bravo opened for the 12×12 night which featured an allstar DJ lineup each spinning a 12 min set. Back at the RBMA, Fatima & Floating Points came through with a documentary crew who are following Fatima as part of a documentary on London artists. To top off the night we received a copy of the first pressing of Fatima‘s LP too. At the moment most of the participants are in the middle of wrapping up their productions for tomorrow’s closing listening session. We’ll be posting our exclusive video & audio content captured at the RBMA in the next few weeks.