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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Koomee – “Nothing About Nothing”.

Koomee helped set off the playlist with “Nothing About Nothing”, a track that blends classical elements with edgy hip-hop aesthetics. From the rich piano riffs, moody horn passes and bass-laden boom-bap drums, Koomee takes us back to the 90s in his special way.





EFTO BEATS – “Lost in Dust”.

EFTO BEATS makes his debut appearance on our playlist with “Lost in Dust”. His production is dark and cinematic and is made up of gloomy pads, guitar riffs and thick punchy drums as well.

PINK STEREO – “Making Waves”.

PINK STEREO makes a grand entry on our playlist with this upbeat and joyful track titled “Making Waves”. The production is a blend of trap drums with pop-infused elements and layered dreamy textures that give off a bright and alluring feeling.






Remek Kossacz – “Play Yard”

Oslo-based Polish guitarist Remek Kossacz delivers a smooth guitar-laced soulful jam titled “Play Yard”. The bouncy tune is smooth and has a 90s R&B/soul vibe with a summer touch.

88FULLY – “Midnight”

88FULLY comes through with something different as he taps into that bass-synth-driven West Coast vibe with a touch of Southern bounce in his new release titled “Midnight”. The track is smooth and well-crafted and has a dark feel to it as well.

Breakbeat Lou – “45 Vinyl DJ Set”.

Clear Label Media Group (run by Tajai of Hiero/Souls Of Mischief) has tapped the services of Bronx, NY-based producer Breakbeat Lou and they delivered his first compilation titled “45 Vinyl DJ Set”. The 3i-minute set is filled with classic soul cuts from different labels and it’s brilliant from start to finish.


Astronomers of the Strange – “The Fumes of Identity”


Astronomers of the Strange deliver this heartfelt and soul-stirring piece titled “The Fumes of Identity”. The track employs a layered string-driven sample that slowly builds up into a highly emotional and warm track ripe with lush keys and soft percussions. The track is from his new album, Old Time Oblivion.



Halfspeed – “something new”

Halfspeed‘s “something new” is a laidback and sombre piece made up of rich guitar plucks, and Latin guitar riffs with sparse bass-driven drums. Overall, it exudes a relaxing summer vibe.



Eastern Sage – “Garden of Yokai”

Eastern Sage takes us deep into the “Garden of Yokai” in his latest release. The lofi-soul track has an ethereal and surreal feel that comes from the use of airy strings, and sublime pads with sound design that uses elements like chirping birds, and water droplets alongside airy guitar plucks and soft drum grooves.



kBeats x Dan walters – “Kokoro”

kBeats teamed up with Dan Walters and  Darks1de for “Kokoro”, a sombre and scenic piece made up of solemn string pads peppered by staggered guitar riffs.



LoFi Chick – “Sunset”

LoFi Chick‘s “Sunset” is an aptly titled track that is made up summery aesthetics that give listeners a warm and nostalgia-inducing feeling from start to finish. The sparse mellow drums, soft sombre keys and slow progression all gel together like white on rice.



Maca x Mugensoul – “snowy fuji”

Maca and Mugensoul team up for “snowy fuji”, a winter-themed tune that employs a classic soulful sample made up of horns and punchy drum grooves.




Nuru MacNamara – “Village Market”

Nuru MacNamara leads us deep into the “Village Market” with this brilliant soul-stirring track. It starts with a filtered piano lop before moving into the main section. The soft drums, rich bassline and keys are well-crafted and work perfectly together.




Zan – “Isn’t She Lovely (For The Deli)”.

Zan‘s “Isn’t She Lovely (For The Deli)” is a playful tune that blends improv piano arrangements, jazzy bassline and crunchy boombap drums in unison. The result is a trip to the past with a modern twist.





minimog x Annawak – “inthislife”

minimog and Annawak team up for “inthislife”, a chilled jazz-lofi infused track that we all can wind down to on the weekends. The use of crunchy off-centred drums, warm soulful keys and some type of Wurlitzer texture all come together like piece of cake.




Lofi University – “Sad But Okay”

Lofi University  makes us dig deep into our emotions in “Sad But Okay”. The track sure brings a tear or two to my eyes as I listened and  gives me an introspective feeling.



stybander – “hoping for a better tomorrow”

stybander is the final entry on our list and he helps us with this uplifting vibe titled “hoping for a better tomorrow”. The guitars are layered and complement one another while the warm pads and soft drums all add that extra emotional depth into it.



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