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Rhinehart – “Redemption”
Australian producer Rhinehart opens up this weekend’s playlist with “Redemption.” He blends edgy synth stabs, moody pads with arpeggios that weave over thick basslines and drums to match. The track is off his 3 track instrumental EP.
Get it on SoundCloud,
Dude – “Remember the Good Times”
Dude takes us back to the good times we had in his new release titled “Remember the Good Times.” From the melodic and nostalgic synths and pads peppered with punchy drum grooves, Dude sure strikes the heart with this solemn tune.
NoTrust – “Atchara”
NoTrust makes his entrance on our list with the single “Atchara.” The track has a blend of future-soul, lofi and experimental sounds layered over mid-tempo punchy drums.
80 – “Whale”
80 got another one in the bag with “Whale” a cinematic and engaging beat ripe with lush anthemic textures and smooth drums.
Ogi feel the Beat – “Turbulence”
Ogi feel the Beat shares new single “Turbulence”, a b-sidetrack from his Subtile Jazz project. The track has quite an interesting sound, it’s introspective and alluring in many ways.
Kodiak Soul – “Slow Dancing at the Party”
Kodiak Soul makes his entry in our list with “Slow Dancing at the Party” A unique beat that has sublime and dreamy pop textures with soft trap drums to match.
Get it on Apple Music
DaMarcus VanBuren – “Screwed”
DaMarcus VanBuren got something new for us this week with “Screwed” A dark and gloomy textured beat layered over bass-laden trap drums makes the speakers rattle.
DJ Sticky – “Look on Up”
DJ Sticky pumps up the energy with this bouncy tune title “Look on Up.” He takes pulsating basslines, lush guitar riffs with vibrant drums to match.
intylekt – “U See Me (Instrumental)”
intylekt shares “U See Me (Instrumental)” with us and it’s a glorious piece built with punchy boom-bap drums and smooth textures boosted by thick basslines. It’s quite engaging from start to finish.
Kuo – “Divoc 91”
“Divoc 91” is an experimental beat from Turkish producer Kuo who blends trap elements with exotic and cinematic soundscapes.
Injijo – “Yin Yang”
British producer Injijo gifts us with some unique off-kilter sounds in the form of the single “Yin Yang.” From choppy moody textures and sparse drum patterns to gripping sound designs to complete the job.
FILSER & FRIENDS – “Joggeli”
Swiss producer FILSER & FRIENDS make their entry on our list with “Joggeli.” A laidback lofi/soul track ripe with dreamy textures, reflective strings, and soft drums.