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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Decovan – “holdin on”

Decovan helps kick off this week’s list with “holdin on,” a mellow and sublime piece ripe with dreamy textures, staggering drums and uplifting pads.

Get it on Soundcloud.




I.N.L.Y. – “Understand”

Emerging North Carolina-based producer  I.N.L.Y. shares his new release “Understand” with us. The track is a mid-tempo trap jam ripe with somber piano keys, cinematic pads, and punchy drums to complete the job.


Teddy Roxpin – “Water Memory”


Teddy Roxpin‘s “Water Memory” is a soulful beat ripe with lush keys, warm basslines, and ethereal synths layered over smooth drum grooves. The track was originally created as part of a mixtape to raise money to feed homeless people last Thanksgiving.




𝔹 𝕆𝕆ℕ𝔼𝕊 – “ɢᴏɴᴇ”


𝔹 𝕆𝕆ℕ𝔼𝕊 shares “ɢᴏɴᴇ” with us and it’s a dark and somewhat trippy track. It’s very layered and driving as well.
Get it on Apple Music



No Chords – “Tropic Thunder”

No Chords goes for an unorthodox sound on “Tropic Thunder.” He makes use of thick basslines, groovy percussions, and sparse hard-hitting drums. Quite interesting and punchy too.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer




Flo Fi – “SoLow”


Flo Fi‘s “SoLow” is a mix of jazz, hip-hop, and lo-fi elements. Love the jazzy keys and horns and the breakbeats used. It is quite groovy and engaging all the way.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer



Boy Needs Therapy – “Something To Look Forward To”


Boy Needs Therapy really gives us “Something To Look Forward To” on his new venture. From the melancholic keys, cinematic strings, and lush horns, he creates a magnificent soul-stirring instrumental that is also uplifting.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



Dhedbeats – “Curbside Dreaming”


Straight out of Peterborough, Canada comes Dhedbeats who shares his new release “Curbside Dreaming” with us. The track is reflective and ripe with lush nostalgia-inducing textures over soft grooves.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud




Frank Freeman – “Westbound Along I-80”


UK music producer Frank Freeman takes us on a serene journey via Westbound Along I-80.” A mellow relaxing beat made up of ethereal synths/pads and somber piano chords. A perfect soundtrack to study to or just help one get through the daily chores.
The title of the song refers to Interstate 80, running from New York to California through American Mid-West.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify




Behind The Beat – “Trudge”


Behind The Beat doesn’t miss and on “Trudge” he delivers a fusion of lo-fi and dusty jazz aesthetics. The keys are sparsely layered and the horns come out to play every now and then over punchy boom-bap drums.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer



Profit Money Beats – “Alone”

Emerging producer Profit Money Beats makes his entry on our list with “Alone.” A somber beat that is made up of melancholic keys, strings, and punchy drums. It’s well-crafted and can definitely hear a singer on it.




decto – “Letting Go”


Decto’s “Letting Go” is a laidback, nostalgia-inducing piece that dwells on letting things go. It has a mellow piano arrangement, soft drums, and arm basslines to match. It’s quite soothing as well.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer



Audierre – “HeyGirl”


Audierre’s “HeyGirl” is a tight-knit piece that is made up of lush somber soul samples over soft drums. It’s very relaxing and perfect to study with.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud



KRC – “Run it back to you”


South African producer KRC makes a grand entry on our list with the engulfing beat “Run it back to you.” The layered texture sure works well with the crunchy drums and progression keeps the listeners engaged from start to finish.



Mase – “Dazed”

UK producer Mase takes inspiration from different genres on his new venture titled “Dazed.” He utilizes dark trippy textures and somewhat driving drum arrangements to create an off-kilter piece.
Get it on SoundCloud




drum pedro – “Can I Kick In”


drum pedro flips a classic soul sample on his new release “Can I Kick In.” From the carefully chopped vocal samples and warm guitars and laidback drums, listeners get transported into a comfort zone. The track is from his upcoming album Mallorca Treats.
Get it on Deezer




dopeman – “Butterfly Break”


German producer dopeman makes his way on our list with “Butterfly Break” a laidback and reflective piece made up of dreamy synths, soothing keys, and punchy drums.
Get it on SoundCloud




11 Acorn Lane – “Limo Spa”


11 Acorn Lane crank up the brightness on the list with this uplifting and groovy instrumental titled “Limo Spa.” Nice smooth texture rip with flutes, tropical riffs, and warm basslines to create an alluring piece of art we all can rock with for the summer.
Get it on SoundCloud




Madi makes beats – “higher thanks”


Emerging producer Madi makes beats crafts an experimental and nostalgia-inducing piece titled “higher thanks.”

Get it on Apple Music//Deezer




GaryOAKland – “All I need is your love”

GaryOAKland helps us close out the list with this relaxing and calming piece titled “All I need is your love.” He crafts a mix of jazzy vibes, ethereal textures over smooth drums on this tune.
Get it on Deezer

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