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du0 & Emily Coulston – Come Home

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic, House, Zone Out by Jeff

du0 is an Australian producer that specializes in easy-listening electronic music. His new song “Come Home” is a prime example of his smooth style—featuring a subdued house beat, tantalizing acoustic guitar, and pleasantly airy vocals from fellow Aussie, Emily Coulston. Everything about this one is atmospheric and emotional, with a deceptively simplistic sound that’s all too easy to get wrapped …

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Augest – Gloss (Otherwise Fine Remix) (Audio Aquarium Premiere)

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic, Instrumental, Remix by Jeff

Electronic duo Otherwise Fine are back with a silky smooth new remix of producer Augest‘s song, “Gloss”. They put an energizing spin on the dreamy original, introducing speedy build ups and explosive, synth-laden drops. Their additions take the song into future bass territory, making it all the more accessible and fun. I think the two artist’s styles sound great together, …

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Vandelux – Don’t Let Go

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic, Zone Out by Jeff

San Fran musician Vandelux continues to evolve his sound with this gorgeous new single, “Don’t Let Go”.  It’s a song full of crackling texture and waves of warm instrumentation, with delicate vocals interwoven throughout. I’ve been a fan of Vandelux since the beginning—way back when he was creating electro remixes of Biggie Smalls and Snoop Dogg—so to see him mature …

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Emmit Fenn – I Can’t Believe I Had You

In Ambient, Chill, Dreamy, Electronic by Jeff

The recently released Until We Meet Again EP by incredibly talented singer and producer Emmit Fenn is a gorgeous little project from start to finish. My favorite song, hands down, is the delicate and sentimental “I Can’t Believe I Had You”. It features softly crooned and subtly digitized vocals, dreamy synths, and a smooth house beat. Fenn’s entire discography is great, …

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Catching Flies – Ghosts

In Chill, Downtempo, Dreamy, Electronic, Instrumental, Zone Out by Jeff

London producer Catching Flies continues to impress with his new single “Ghosts”. Like his other work, this song is incredibly detailed and well produced—with an array of instruments combining to create an intensely emotive sound. The steady beat is layered with melancholic acoustic guitar, asiatic sounding strings, and a smoky saxophone section that carries the song home. If you’re not …

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Very Yes – Ten Ate

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic by Jeff

I couldn’t find much info on Very Yes but I can tell you this much: I absolutely love the music he’s been making. I was hooked on his debut song “Collide” a while back, and more recently I’ve been enjoying his equally impressive follow-up, “Ten Ate”. It revolves around a series of gorgeous vocal samples that are chopped and arranged …

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SwuM – Lost in Flight (w/ chief.)

In Beats, Chill, Dreamy, Instrumental, Zone Out by Jeff

Producer SwuM teams up with chief. on this insanely chill new song, “Lost in Flight”. It’s an elegant instrumental that hypnotizes with it’s soothing chords and spacious vibe. On the surface it may sound simple enough, but a surprising amount of detail and texture reveals itself with the right pair of headphones. SwuM is one of my go-to producers when …

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Koresma – Northern Lights

In Chill, Downtempo, Dreamy, Electronic, Instrumental, Zone Out by Jeff

Koresma recently dropped the incredibly chilled out “Nothern Lights”, which is the second song from his upcoming EP North. This LA based producer is currently one of my favorite artists in the realm of downtempo instrumental music. You can tell a lot of love goes into each and every one of his songs, and “Northern Lights” is no different—it’s smooth …

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Sapphire Adizes – Proof of Concept

In Downtempo, Dreamy, Electronic, Experimental, Indie by Jeff

Sapphire Adizes is a saxophonist, producer, and singer-songwriter who creates meaningful and experimental electronic music. My favorite song of his, “Proof of Concept”, is an entrancing journey from start to finish. A series of interesting vocal samples are interspersed throughout the track, linking together three wildly unique musical sections. It starts with softly crooned vocals that dissolve into an eerie …