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Alex Jordahl – Fall (feat. Delectatio)

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Beautifully chilled out production and melancholic vibes make vocalist Alex Jordahl‘s new song “Fall” a must-listen for fans of all genres. With sultry acoustic guitar and waves of echoing synths, Portuguese producer Delectatio creates a gorgeous soundscape for Jordahl’s anguished vocals. It seems these two work extremely well together, so here’s hoping we hear more from them in the future.

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n u a g e s – Untold

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The latest from UK producer  n u a g e s  is a mesmerizing, downtempo masterpiece. This artist has an extensive portfolio of sounds, but I think this might just be my favorite song of his so far. In “Untold,” fuzzy vocal samples are layered atop steady percussion, echoing xylophone notes, and some hazy strings towards the end. All the elements build …

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LSDREAM – Tiferet

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Up and coming producer LSDREAM recently released his debut album Voyager and I’ve been really into it. It’s a great mix of hard-charging electronic bangers and trippy, chilled out vocal mixes. My favorite song by far is the final track of the 10-song album, which is titled “Tiferet”. Wikipedia says Tiferet is “the sixth sefira in the kabbalistic Tree of …

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SwuM. – [スモーク]

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According to Google, SwuM.‘s new Japanese titled tune translates to “Smoke,” which is an apt name for a song that’s so silky and smooth. The mysterious producer is known putting lo-fi spins on popular rap songs (much like his recent rendition of 6ix9ine’s song “Gummo”), but this one is a pure SwuM. instrumental. Get a free download here and stream …

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Jaun RIOS – Praia

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Spanish producer Juan RIOS recently released his new Natura EP and it’s filled with the lovingly crafted, laid back beats he does best. “Praia” is a single from the 14 track project that’ll certainly whet your appetite with its hypnotic guitar work, crisp drums, and fuzzy vocal samples. Stream the EP on Spotify, purchase it on Bandcamp, and check out …

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MODA – Ad Adel

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With the goal of “making music that transcends genres and hits the feels,” you could say Toronto based production duo MODA are overachieving. They’ve got an emotive sound that’s delightfully chilled out. One of their latests songs, “Ad Adel”, simply oozes with emotion—featuring gorgeous acoustic piano, violin, and crooned vocal samples overtop a delicate beat. Everything combines perfectly, making for …

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SOUDIERE – 1976

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I’ve been really into the “chill beat with tough rap sample” thing lately, and nobody does it better than SOUDIERE. The French producer gets featured here regularly, and as long as he keeps pumping out quality tunes like this one, I don’t see that changing. His latest song, “1976,” features gorgeous production with sultry horns and percussion that thumps. And …

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Tony – DEEPER ft. Ponsuda

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Tony and Ponsuda, two producers and members of the EVILSIDECREW collective, recently teamed up for “Deeper” — a dreamy beat featuring faded rap vocals from Rich The Kid, Famous Dex & Jay Critch’s “You Flexing“. The vocals take a backseat in this one, acting as a rhythmic compliment to the otherworldly production, and the results are nothing short of hypnotizing.

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Edamame – Mango Pulp (feat. Ian Ewing)

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It seems more and more uncommon that full instrumental albums are released in today’s music scene, so I’m always grateful when a gem like Chicago producer Edamame‘s Bask comes along. The entire album makes for a wonderful listening experience, but if you’re looking for something to wet your appetite, look no farther than the Ian Ewing assisted “Mango Pulp”. It’s …