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Catching Flies – Komorebi

In Chill, Chillwave, Downtempo, Electronic, Experimental, Guitar, Indie, Instrumental, Uplifting, Zone Out by JeffLeave a Comment

How to describe the wonderful music of London producer Catching Flies? It’s honestly hard to do justice to the beautiful feelings his music evokes, but on the most basic level it’s a melodic blend of chillwave, electronic, and downtempo – often taking the best of each genre and meshing them into a warm and easy listening experience. “Komorebi” is a …

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Eastghost – The Apologist

In Bass, Dangerous, Dark, Electronic, Experimental, Heavy, Instrumental by JeffLeave a Comment

Experimental Portland producer Eastghost has been one of my favorite artists for a while now, mostly because everything he drops seems to push the very boundaries of electronic music. He recently stated that he’s been “juggling inspiration to write many different styles of electronic music lately, especially so in the way of making huge, club-ready bass tracks that people can …

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X&G – Arms

In Chill, Electronic, Experimental, Instrumental by Jeff1 Comment

Song: Arms Artist: X&G I fell in love with X&G‘s music the first time I heard “4am”, and now I get all excited whenever I see they’ve uploaded a new track. Like some of their previous work, the duo’s latest song, “Arms”, is a trippy instrumental that takes a completely unexpected path to excellence. A breezy intro transitions into an …

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purpl orkid – astro not

In Chill, Electronic, Experimental, Glitch, Instrumental, Zone Out by Jeff1 Comment

Song: astro not Artist: purpl orkid Allow me to introduce you to purpl orkid. They’re an exciting new production duo operating out of Dubai and Boston, and “astro not” is their first offering to the world. This head nodding instrumental finds dark and glitchy sounds lurching, staggering, and unfolding into a surprisingly chilled out melody that feels like floating through …

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Hudson Mohawke – Escape

In Bass, Electronic, Experimental, Future, Future Bass by JeffLeave a Comment

Song: Escape Artist: Hudson Mohawke To celebrate the coming of a new year, LuckyMe Records is releasing 12 tracks that’ll form this years Advent Calendar project – a compilation of rarities, alternate versions, and brand new exclusives that span the LuckyMe family. The first release is the ever-evolving “Escape” by Hudson Mohawke. Sharp synths, rich textures, and thudding drums build …

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X&G – Whiplash ft. josh pan

In Dark, Electronic, Experimental, Glitch, Heavy, Trap by JeffLeave a Comment

Song: Whiplash ft. josh pan Artist: X&G Frequent collaborators X&G and Josh Pan join forces to create the strange and experimental “Whiplash”, which isn’t just a song, but a surreal experience. An eerie overtone permeates the track, with warped vocals and accelerated percussion leading the way. The psychedelic sounds heat to a boil before the song drops with a full …

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Tennyson – Like What?

In Electronic, Experimental, Future, Glitch, Instrumental by JeffLeave a Comment

Song: Like What? Artist: Tennyson Glitchy, groovy, and just plain great — Tennyson‘s new single “Like What?” is unlike anything you’ve heard lately. The brother-sister duo just dropped their Like What EP and it’s so good it’ll charm your warmest winter socks off. “Like What?” serves as a fine example of what the group is all about: twisting, turning, bright …

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WIZE – chocolate milk (feat. R.O.M)

In Chill, Electronic, Experimental, Future, Instrumental by JeffLeave a Comment

Song: chocolate milk (feat. R.O.M) Artist: WIZE London-based beatsmith WIZE gets an assist from R.O.M on a bubbling and experimental new beat titled “chocolate milk”. It’s short and sweet—clocking in at only 2 minutes—but it packs a whole lotta good vibes in it’s brief runtime. Chopped vocals and swanky guitar are backed by an array of off-kilter percussion to create …

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NoMBe – Kemosabe

In Chill, Downtempo, Electronic, Experimental, Future, Future-Soul, Indie, Soul by JeffLeave a Comment

Song: Kemosabe Artist: NoMBe Shimmering psychedelic sounds and soulful vocals combine to make “Kemosabe” the most experimental song from NoMBe yet. The multitalented LA-based artist previously wowed us with “Miss Mirage” and after a few months of silence, he’s back in a big way. The smokey vocals and spine-tingling production in “Kemosabe” are spectacular — resulting in a song that’s …