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quietbeat – “no chance”

quietbeat caught our ears with “no chance”, a perfect study beat that slowly builds up into a sombre and reflective piece. The drums are well-crafted, and soft and play along with the sparse sombre keys.





nobel x Fred Paci – “Slow Energy”.

The duo of Nobel and Fred Paci team up for “Slow Energy”., a mellow and relaxing jazz-soul tune. It’s a blend of lush horns, a crisp piano arrangement with soft drum grooves and overall it’s as calm as a summer’s day.






The Chill Movement x Bitcrvsh – “Dawn”



The Chill Movement and Bitcrvsh team up to bring us to “Dawn”, a soulful and nostalgia-inducing piece ripe with warm pads, mellow keys and sublime jazz horns to match.




Navelpluis – “Sakura”

Navelpluis‘ “Sakura” is a blissful track made up of warm and somewhat uplifting tones laced over punchy drums. The keys are rich and cut through the mix like a knife through butter.



[KMY.] – “Where Do We Go?”

[KMY.] takes us on a soulful but somewhat psychedelic ride in his newest release titled “Where Do We Go?”. The production is bouncy and his use of choppy textures, filtered vocal samples and subtle bass-driven groove is solid.




Pokesh – “Timeflow”

Pokesh takes us through time and space in his heartfelt and reflective track titled “Timeflow”. The track starts off with a soft riff that slowly blossoms into a pallet of rich guitar plucks and warm pads underpinned by soft drums.




smplsmth x GXNXSIS – “Now Is All We Have”


smplsmth and GXNXSIS bring us some warmth and peace in their new collaboration “Now Is All We Have”. The layered pads, sublime textures and synths all come together like white on rice.




Lola x Bluewerks – “Corner Store Snacks”

Lola and Bluewerks caught our ears with this uber funky-jazz-infused piece titled “Corner Store Snacks”. The track has a bright and uplifting vibe with its rich guitar plucks, lush keys, flutes and rousing drum grooves.


McDead – “Broke”

McDead goes for “Broke” in his newest release. The track is a dynamic and edgy piece that blends punchy drum breaks, trippy sound design and experimentation techniques that push the envelope.


Bmbu – “platinum blue”


Philadelphia, PA-based Bmbu delivers “platinum blue” on our site and it’s much needed. The production is warm, and soulful and has a nostalgic vibe that takes listeners to a comfort zone. The track is taken from his new beat series.





mellomoon – “Hazel Tree”

mellomoon soothes our earbuds with the freshness of the “Hazel Tree”. The track is as solemn and inviting as the summer breeze.


Mildred – “Drifting Off”.

Mildred got us “Drifting Off” with this solid effort which is composed of atmospheric and ethereal tetxures. The keys build up slowly and the pads are soul-stirring as well.


Fallen Roses – “loving”

Fallen Roses‘ latest release “loving” is a laidback and sombre piece made up of solemn pads, sublime textures and soft drums with pulsating bass guitar licks that exude a sentimental vibe.


Just Derrick – “road to damascus”

British producer Just Derrick takes us on the “road to damascus” in his newest venture. He makes use of soulful horns, and dreamy key progression with a modern contemporary aesthetic to boot.


Cuezy. x MRToon – “Reconnect”

Cuezy. and MRToon make us “Reconnect” in this soulful and reflective effort. The layered arrangement and timbre of instrumentation is rich, soul-stirring and well-crafted.


Sarent – “rainy jazz”


Turkish producer Sarent delivers this smooth piece titled “rainy jazz”. He employs moody and dusty jazz horn passes with warm pulsating basslines over soft drum breaks and the result is a nostalgic piece that lovers of the genre can relate to.



Lofi Milk – “Lost in Thought” (feat. Maho Fukami)


Japanese producer Lofi Milk teams up with Maho Fukami for this soulful collaboration titled “Lost in Thought”. The lofi-soul tune has the quintessential study beat element and is well-crafted from start to finish.


leen one – “late sunset”

“late sunset” is an aptly titled track by leen one that is ripe with lush and sublime vibes with dreamy keys and rich guitar plucks underpinned by hushed drums.


Mase – “One Night Only (Instrumental)”

“One Night Only (Instrumental)” is an eclectic beat from producer Mase who carves up a soul-stirring piece ripe with warm and relaxing textures layered over solid drum grooves.


Mo Stacks – “LoFidelity”

Swedish producer Mo Stacks help us close out this week’s list with “LoFidelity”. A chilled and soulful piece ripe with warm keys and dreamy pads with solid drum grooves and some edgy vocal scratches on the wheels of steel.

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