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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Kodiak Soul – “Unwind”

Atlanta-based producer Kodiak Soul makes his entry on our list with “Unwind.” A nostalgia-inducing beat ripe with sublime and reflective chords, soundscapes and a bass-heavy trap drum groove.


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Vicstradamus – “Oasis”

Vicstradamus‘s “Oasis” is an atmospheric piece made up of layered textures like arps, strings, and a solemn piano chord amongst other things.

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UNRTHDX – “All you gotta know is you can have it”

UNRTHDX delivers this melodic instrumental “All you gotta know is you can have it” on u list. It’s a nice mix of R&B with trap and downtempo sensibilities. It also has an angelic melodic run by a vocalist that runs through the track.

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Ryck Jane – “Slum City”

Ryck Jane delivers a good old lo-fi summer jam in the form of his new release titled “Slum City.” The track is ripe with moody basslines, dreamy textures and slick horns to match.



Rel McCoy – “Because of You”

Rel McCoy comes through on our list with its splendid piece titled “Because of You” an ethereal piece riddled with atmospheric textures, off-kilter sounds, and sparsely arranged punchy drums.


Cuneyt Caglayan – “Faces”

Cuneyt Caglayan drops this smooth summer-tinged jam titled “Faces” on our list. The track has a summery vibe and soulful texture that exudes feel-good energy all the way.

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D’Eklipz – “Ekliptic Nostalgia (Take It Back)”

Cali-based producer D’Eklipz helps us relive the good old 90s with his new release “Ekliptic Nostalgia (Take It Back).” From warm textures, groovy boom-bap drum arrangements, and nostalgic keys, the track sure hits the mark.

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Pico Panesa x martin v – “Paradise”


“Paradise” is an alternative fusion-type instrumental from Pico Panesa and martin v. They use slick guitar riffs, reflective textures over punchy hip-hop drum grooves structured in their own special way.

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Jupiter Island – “Don’t Eat Rain Off The Sidewalk”

Jupiter Island delivers this happy-go-lucky and somewhat somber beat titled “Don’t Eat Rain Off The Sidewalk.” The track is pretty solid and has so many players from the solemn flutes, warm basslines, and soft guitar riffs that remind one of the good old days in the 90s.
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Coujo – “sad but true”


Coujo’s “sad but true” is a melancholic beat that really taps into one’s soul with its somber riffs, reflective dark strings, and smooth drum grooves.

Pico Panesa x martin v – “Karma”

Pico Panesa sets us on a trip down memory lane with his new single “Karma” which sees him collaborating with martin v . The result is a guitar-driven nostalgic sound with deep basslines and punchy drum grooves
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Vicstradamus – “Withstand”


“Withstand” is a dark moody beat from producer Vicstradamus who makes use of an angelic harmonizing vocal, trippy synths, and sparse drum arrangements.
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Gruber Han$ – “Diesel #9”


Gruber Han$ raise the energy levels on his new release titled “Diesel #9,”where he blends hard-hitting drums with smooth acoustic guitars, dark synths, and somber piano riffs. It’s quite hard to define but the beat sure is dynamic from start to finish.


Justmusic20x91 – “Motor Boat”


Justmusic20x91 opts for something different on his new release “Motor Boat” where he makes use of bouncy drum grooves, airy strings, and pads with a lush guitar pluck.
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Ogi feel the Beat, Fonz – “FuzZebra”


The OG producer Ogi feel the Beat closes out the playlist with his new release titled “FuzZebra” which is a collaboration with Fonz. The mellow track is ripe with dreamy textures, dark moody strings, and silky horns to match.

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