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Kyuan Yurika! – “Star Gate”
Experimental artist Kyuan Yurika! shares his new single “Star Gate” and it’s a solid piece. From the soft drum grooves, reflective strings, and tones, the beat slowly rises into a crescendo at certain parts.
Kyuan, who’s original name is SeQuan Cradle, was born in Okinawa, Japan. He gets his name from the people who originally inhabited the land, the “Ryukyuan” people. The name Yurika is his last name (Cradle) in Japanese. He currently lives outside of Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer
Vicstradamus – “Dig Through Time”
Emerging producer Vicstradamus makes his entry on our site with “Dig Through Time” which serves as one of the producer’s latest creations. It is ripe with moody strings and bright bell-like synths and it’s somewhat punchy too.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Soundcloud
Ice Plant – “Acid Violin”
Ice Plant is a musical duo made up of hilltown rapper/poet Winter LeBlanc and german producer Youslaccin. Their latest release is a dark, moody single titled “Acid Violin” which bridges classical composition and trap. The visuals is engaging too and it’s somewhat abstract.
Imperial – “Haze”
UK producer Imperial delivers a soothing piece titled “Haze” on this week’s list. The record is ripe with ethereal textures, reflective strings, and a sonorous sound design that swirls around over smooth drums.
Pete Mac – “Island Bay”
Pete Mac delivers “Island Bay,” a smooth laidback lo-fi track that is perfect for studying or just relaxing.
Get it on Youtube//Deezer
Ventus Beats – “Drowning”
Ventus Beats deliver a guitar-laden piece titled “Drowning.” A solid blend of lush guitar riffs, Chevy 808 driven trap drums, and offbeat textures to match.
KinovariSquad – “See You Space Cowboy”
Russian production duo KinovariSquad makes their entry on our list with this engaging and experimental piece titled “See You Space Cowboy.” The record has a soft pop-rock vibe and lo-fi sensibilities. From the surreal textures, lush guitars, and mellow grooves, the duo really delivers something unique for us to vibe to.
Eyelids – “40 Days Off”
Emerging producer Eyelids‘ new release “40 Days Off” is a fusion of many styles. From soft-rock guitars, pop elements, trap drum grooves, and chill vibes, Eyelids deliver a potpourri of sounds that evoke a wide array of emotions. The video is quite expressive as well and captures the producer’s off-kilter and unique attitude.
Get it on Apple Music//Deezer//Spotify
Luchii – “Sweet Dreams”
Australian producer Luchii‘s new entry on our list “Sweet Dreams” is a mix of soul,boom bap, and trip-hop vibes. From the moody textures, deep basslines, punchy drums, and dynamic arrangement, he sure delivers something gripping.
e.kwality – “Down”
Austrian producer e.kwality‘s newest release “Down” is a somber and reflective piece ripe with moody keys, melancholic melodic vocals, and punchy drums. It’s quite heartwarming and nostalgic.
Josh One – “Destination”
Producer/DJ Josh One’s “Destination” is a menacing and heavy instrumental ripe with scenic textures and punchy drums that go beyond hip-hop instrumentation, It’s dynamic and trippy as well. It’s taken from his forthcoming Josh One – What’s Going On? EP
888 Producer – “Glory”
Emerging producer 888 Producer gives us some “Glory” on his new release. The track has a mellow and deep texture and it’s cinematic too. It’s the intro track to his new project titled ‘Trap, Vol. 1.
Get it on Apple Music// Soundcloud
Conan the Beatbarian – “A Monster”
Dublin City-based music producer and beatmaker who goes by the moniker Conan the Beatbarian closes out this week’s list with “A Monster” which showcases his unique blend of experimental sounds. It’s dark, trippy, and quite dynamic as it progresses.
Get it on Soundcloud