We at TWIB are tasked with bringing you the best of the best on our weekly lists. Submissions come from around the globe and trust when we say only the cream of the crop will be selected. As usual, sit back relax and enjoy the latest sounds from the most talented producers, and don’t forget to show them some love by following them on all social media platforms

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LazyLofi Boy – “These Dreams”


LazyLofi Boy makes his entry on our site with “These Dreams.” A mellow and reflective piece ripe with solemn keys, strings and overall soulful vibe.

Get it on YouTubeApple Music, Deezer.


ParisPanda – “I Can’t Find My Car (GPS)”

French producer ParisPanda deliver this somber and introspective piece titled “I Can’t Find My Car (GPS).” The production is quite crisp and has an expressive lo-fi feel to it as well.



Dude – “The Rhode Less Traveled By”

Dude‘s new release  “The Rhode Less Traveled By” is a moody and somewhat trippy cut that sees him flipping frenzied synths, thick drums and engulfing basslines in a distinct manner.





Suff Daddy – “Trouble In Wackyland Pt. II”

Suff Daddy comes through with something eclectic for our playlist in the form of his new single titled “Trouble In Wackyland Pt. II.” The track is a blend of future soul and funk and will surely get you on the dancefloor. The song is the first single from his forthcoming LP Basically Sober.

Get it on all DSPs here.


Groove. – “Raw Jazz”

Producer Groove delivers a blend of lo-fi with boom-bap sensibilities in his new track titled “Raw Jazz.” The track is as laidback as they come and it’s ripe with dreamy textures with soft drum grooves.

Get it on  Apple MusicYouTubeDeezer

Coujo – “over and out”

Coujo brings it full circle with this punchy jam titled “over and out.” he makes use of atmospheric textures and flutes, thick drums and classic screwed vocals to complete the job.




Johnboybeats & Plon B. – “Lofi Leaves”


“Lofi Leaves” is the newest piece from the impeccable duo Johnboybeats & Plon B. The laidback beat is ripe with heavenly horns, lush somber keys, flutes, and soft bass guitar backlines. Overall, it’s a very relaxing and soothing lofi jam.



Monster Rally – “Island Hopping”


Monster Rally takes us on a surreal journey on “Island Hopping” which is built on sublime summer-inspired sounds with a groovy drum arrangement. “Island Hopping” is the lead single from Monster Rally’s next full-length record, releasing spring 2022.
Get it on SoundCloud.




CamPackman – “Rollout”


CamPackman‘s “Rollout” is as dark as the night. The textures are ominous and cinematic and the drums sure pack a punch.



The Blackedge – “Ill Mann”



The Blackedge takes us back with the nostalgia-inducing “Ill Mann.” Ripe with solemn summer vibes and soothing textures that help put listeners in the best of moods.




LeroyMusic – “HipHop Beat”


LeroyMusic makes his entrance on our list with “HipHop Beat” a hard-hitting beat reminiscent of the mid-2000s roc-a-fella beats. It’s quite cinematic and rousing as well




Board-Man, Eu93ne – “Dawn”



Board-Man and Eu93ne break the ice with this warm guitar-driven piece titled “Dawn.” The warm textures, smooth guitar riffs, and dreamy chords all add up to an alluring jam we all can rock with.





DJ Laz Vagez – “Killa Keys”

DJ Laz Vagez‘s “Killa Keys” is a gloomy trap beat ripe with ominous dark keys and punchy drum grooves. It’s crisp and well-crafted

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