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Very Yes – Paper

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

Rising producer Very Yes needs to be on your radar, especially after hearing his new song “Paper.” It’s a soothing combination of organic and electronic sounds that has me feeling all kinds of ways. I especially love the artificial vocal sounding pieces going on in this one—very catchy. Check it out below and head to his SoundCloud for more.

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Glass Animals – Dreamland

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic, Indie, Pop, Upbeat, Zone Out by Jeff

The wait is finally over; Glass Animals deliver on the hype with their third studio album, Dreamland. The group’s signature fusion of electronic, indie, and pop is on full display throughout the entirety of the project, with one quality track after another. This one will be getting plenty of plays from me. Listen to the full album below, along with one …

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Elephants Everywhere – Whales

In Chill, Dreamy, Electronic by Jeff

Today I was in the mood for some epic electronic music and Elephants Everywhere scratched that itch. The Detroit duo have an album called Slow Circles that’s full of vibey instrumentals–my favorite being the last track: “Whales”.

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WILDE THINGS – Between II Points

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

Up and coming LA producer WILDE THINGS just dropped his debut album, Between II Points, and it’s loaded with blissfully uplifting electronic tunes. My favorite track happens to be the one the album is named after: “Between II Points”. It’s a glowing example of what you can expect from the project. Catchy looped vocals form the backbone of the song, …

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Candid Oak – The Path Forward

In Chill, Electronic, Instrumental, Zone Out by Jeff

This is the first thing I’ve heard from Norwegian producer Candid Oak and it makes for quite the introduction. “The Path Forward” is a delightfully complex electronic tune with an energetic, but mellow, vibe. Rubbery synths and warped vocal samples cascade alongside a sturdy beat, creating an emotionally charged tune that just feels right. From start to finish it’s an …

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RMR – Dealer

In Chill, Hip Hop, Zone Out by Jeff

After stirring up a massive buzz with his bizarre song and video for “Rascal”, rapper/singer/creative genius(?) RMR follows up with a new single called “Dealer”. The mysterious artist alternates between rueful vocals and rapid verses over a trap beat featuring twangy strings and a somber vibe. At first it might sound like another rapper boasting about the drug life, but in …

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OZZIE – White Ferrari

In Chill, Downtempo, R&B, Remix, Trap, Zone Out by Jeff

This is the coolest thing I’ve heard in a minute. OZZIE has been one of my favorite producers for a long time now, and his new edit of Frank Ocean‘s “White Ferrari” reignites my love of his music. It’s a sedated reworking that layers and loops Frank’s vocals over a rolling trap beat, creating a melancholic vibe that’s a pleasure …

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Great Dane – The Lonely Ones feat. Katya Grasso

In Chill, Electronic by Jeff

With Great Dane’s fifth album Delta Fly right around the corner, we get one last single to hold us over. “The Lonely Ones” is a smooth and uplifting tune featuring gorgeous vocals from Katya Grasso and Great Dane, with the kind of bouncy production Dane seems to deliver with ease. The beat hits hard for such a chilled out song, and unique …

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B’NOIR – Don’t Push Me

In Chill, Hip Hop, R&B by Jeff

Originally from the bay, now in L.A, hip hop/R&B artist B’NOIR makes a strong impression with his debut song, “Don’t Push Me”. Catchy verses are confidently delivered over whimsical production—a unique combination that really makes this one stand out. The first time I heard “Don’t Push Me” I was immediately hooked, and after listening to it repeatedly over the last few …

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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 …