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Achille – “Just Watch”
Chi-town-based producer Achille shares a new single “Just Watch” which sees him collaborating with Washington native Dylan Rowley. The track blends subtle vocal chops, dusty piano riffs layered over punchy drum grooves. This is the first track taken from his new project Static.
Vicstradamus – “Exiled”
Emerging producer Vicstradamus‘s new release “Exiled” is a laidback offbeat offering. From the punchy drums, chilled basslines, and one-note strings. It’s different and somewhat engaging.
Carl Adams – “To Traverse the Hereafter”
Carl Adams takes us on a cosmic journey on “To Traverse the Hereafter.” The beat has an atmospheric texture with its layered synths and punchy drum grooves, The breakdown section is alluring too with its dreamy bells.
K, Le Maestro – WHY CAN’T WE?”
London-based producer K, Le Maestro shares new single WHY CAN’T WE?” which showcases his versatile skill bending different genres. From the smooth soulful textures, West Coast funky grooves, and future soul elements the producer brings home the bacon on this gripping instrumental.
Emancipator x Cloudchord – “Jade”
Production duo made up of Emancipator and Cloudchord team up to drop this alluring track titled “Jade.” A mellow, summer-tinged beat ripe with solid drum grooves and nostalgia-inducing textures. It’s taken from their new EP Citrus Fever Dream.
dbfromthebay – ‘Iso’
Emerging producer dbfromthebay shares his new beat tape titled Iso. The 40-minute long piece is ripe with soulful, lo-fi, and experimental sounds that showcase his versatility and original style.
Sebastian Kamae & Styn – “Tadasana”
Dutch producers Sebastian Kamae and Styn make their entry on our list with “Tadasana.” The track is an experimental hip-hop beat ripe with electronic and lo-fi elements from lush textures, dreamy synths, and punchy drums to match.
Dude – “Anchor”
Dude goes for a somber and calm vibe with this piano-laden beat titled “Anchor.” The drums however are punchy and vibrant.
Kassamanno – “New Moon”
Canadian producer Kassamanno delivers “New Moon” to our list this week. The track is a somber and soothing beat ripe with lush jazzy guitar riffs, atmospheric textures, and soulful horns. Kassamanno is the newest chill-hop musical project by producer Glukes.
Get it on SoundCloud.
CaliCronk – “When It Rains”
CaliCronk returns to the forefront with this sublime beat titled “When It Rains.” The track is quite relaxing with its nostalgic textures and soft drum grooves. Its perfect to lighten up one’s spirits and great background music to do chores with.
RINZ. – “On My Way”
RINZ treats us with a summer-infused instrumental titled “On My Way” ripe with lush guitar plucks, soulful textures, and soft drum grooves. It’s actually warm and soothing.
Sweeps x NK Music – “all said and done”
Sweeps and NK Music team up for “all said and done” a reflective piece ripe with soothing piano chords, moody pads, and smooth drum breaks. “all said and done” is taken from his upcoming project Epoch (out July 23).
Chaz Emphatic – “Sparrow”
Chaz Emphatic employs the Isla Instruments S2400 to craft this somber head-nodding joint “Sparrow.” The record is smooth and ripe with somewhat dark but gripping textures and punchy boom-bap drums.
Stobbsyy – “12:56am”
Canadian producer Stobbsyy goes for an offbeat and experimental vibe on “12:56am” He makes us of a myriad of sound design skills and sounds to give the track a cinematic feel.
Repeter T – “Seedless”
German producer Repeter T takes us back in time with the ethereal jazzy vibes on his new beat titled “Seedless.” He blends lush keys, heavenly horns over solid drum grooves. He also makes use of subtle vocal scratches at certain parts.
Complx Baysixx – “AlternateReality”
NY producer Complx Baysixx shares this chilled, somewhat moody track “AlternateReality” with us. It is a smooth mix of reflective sounds and pulsating bass-laden boombap drum grooves.
1968 – “Keynesian Times”
Swedish producer 1968 chops up a classic jazz tune for his new release titled “Keynesian Times” and the result is a chilled boom bap jazz vibe with lo-fi sensibilities.