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LeVaire Wonder – “Bring Back the Bounce”
LeVaire Wonder delivers something different on this week’s entry titled “Bring Back the Bounce.” He makes use of a classic funky drum break and flips it with his own twisted sound design and off-kilter vibes. Well-crafted from start to finish.
80 – “Sun”
80‘s new release “Sun” is a dark and punchy piece that is exactly the opposite of its title. The drum grooves are crunchy and the sound design is as cinematic as they come.
Get it on SoundCloud.
Hunnnit K x mTilly – “Hippies”
mTilly and Hunnnit K are producers from Stuttgart, Germany who teamed up for this awesome collaboration titled “Hippies” the track has a sublime and atmospheric vibe and blends elements from trap to trip-hop. It’s quite dark and moody to some degree.
“Hippies” is the second single off their debut 11 track album entitled nice.
Haji Outlaw – “Noble Overcomer”
Haji Outlaw flips a classic soul sample into his new release “Noble Overcomer” and he comes up with solid vocal chops and horn stabs that remind one of early Kanye West.
Ogi feel the Beat x Marko Smiljanic – “Shades Of April”
“Shades Of April” is a collaboration between producer Ogi feel the Beat and Marko Smiljanic and the result is a reflective and somewhat romantic track. it’s built on somber textures, melancholic horns, and lush guitars.
Get it on SoundCloud, YouTube, Spotify, Deezer.
Mozeezy – “alone”
Mozeezy ‘s new release “alone” is a somber and reflective piece ripe with moody textures and strings layered over soft drum grooves. It is quite dynamic too and builds on the emotional aesthetics it progresses.
Polarisphere – “Lolik”
Polarisphere‘s new release “Lolik” is an offbeat track built off the vocals of a neighborhood Armenian tomato seller, who pushes a cart through Los Angeles neighborhoods catching people’s attention with his hypnotic sales pitch. He blends the vocals and throws in some dark cinematic textures with punchy drum grooves to match it perfectly.
PĒPL – “…Equal”
PĒPL makes his entry on our list with “…Equal” a relaxing and moody beat that has soft drums and alluring textures too. It’s quite relaxing and perfect for one’s evening instrumental playlist. “…Equal” is a track lifted from the new album Everything Is coming this year on 11/11/21.
Akkodha – “Walk Home”
Akkodha is a musical project helmed by musician Dan Spano. His newest release is titled “Walk Home” which is built on somber keys, lush atmospheric textures, and soft drums to match. It sure gives introspective and somber vibes. The track is from Akkodha’s new EP, Movie Life.
Dude – “Doomsday”
Dude gives us some dark cinematic vibe son his new release titled “Doomsday.” He makes us of crunchy trap groves and ominous textures to make something thrilling and engaging.
Phil N. DeBlank – “Esrever”
“Esrever” is Phil N. DeBlank‘s newest addition to our list and it’s quite remarkable and off-beat. The cleverly titled song is produced backward and has a soft and somewhat moody texture and laidback groove to match.
Milli Beat$ – “Arabesque”
Milli Beat$‘s new contribution to our playlist is the piano-driven track titled “Arabesque.” The sobering piece samples legendary pianist Claude Debussey and takes his classic piece into the modern age with punchy drum grooves and chopped-up keys.
Casual Saturday – “Soul Lover”
Casual Saturday goes for an offbeat and somewhat trippy vibe on his new release titled “Soul Lover.” The track is sparse and has a cinematic and psychedelic feel as well.
Get it on Apple Music, YouTube, Deezer, SoundCloud.
Laps – “Bakunin”
UK producer Laps delivers a dark cinematic beat titled “Bakunin” to close out the list. The beat is ripe with rich guitar riffs and ominous multi-layered synths to match the crunchy drum grooves.
Get it on YouTube, Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer.