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Bluestaeb – “YOU DO”
Leon Giseke, aka Bluestaeb, drops the focus single “YOU DO” from his upcoming eponymous instrumental project entitled GISEKE LP. The piece is a blend of funk, future soul with lush textures, somber sounds, and gripping drum grooves to match.
Nick Truant – “Ripped Apart”
Greek producer Nick Truant thrills us with his unique style on this new piece titled “Ripped Apart.” He blends moody and nostalgia-induing pads and strings over soft drum grooves and the result is solid from start to finish.
Lone Apostrophe – “Kimura”
Lone Apostrophe delivers some eclectic vibes on his new release titled “Kimura.” The record makes use of Japanese samples with an obscure vocal chop. It’s pretty off-kilter and well-crafted as well.
Mr. Freed – “What Do You Say (Remix Instrumental)”
Producer Mr. Freed shares “What Do You Say (Remix Instrumental)” his version of Common‘s song of the same name. The production here is smooth as butter and the chords are just as warm as the early morning sun.
Ryck Jane – “Ice Cream”
“Ice Cream” is the new release from producer Ryck Jane who delivers a reflective jazz-infused boom-bap jam ripe with sublime textures, heavenly horns, and an overall nostalgic vibe.
DAMIC BEATS – “Racks”
DAMIC BEATS makes his entrance into our list with “Racks.” The track is a cinematic and upbeat jam ripe with anthemic brass riffs, off-kilter sound designs, and punchy drum grooves to complete the job.
Wisemind – “High Fives”
Wisemind brings some good old chill-lo-fi goodness on his new single titled “High Fives.” Backed by soft grooves, sublime textures laced with exotic sounds, the producer gives us a different vibe.
Dusty G – “M Train”
Dusty G takes us on a musical journey on his “M Train,” taken from his new beat tape titled Dark Stuff. The track is quite ominous and punchy at the same time. It is also dynamic and switches into a whole different atmospheric vibe as it progresses..
Padre Tóxico – “Trippy-Fi”
Padre Tóxico‘s “Trippy-Fi” is just as the title sounds. It is a mix of dreamy and sublime sounds. The chords and textures are ethereal in style and the drums have a trippy feel as well.
Gonzo Neko – “What A Day”
Sacramento music producer Gonzo Neko shares the title track of his new EP What A Day. The piano-driven record is a nostalgia-inducing piece that has a dynamic arrangement and warm tetxures.
ERAAN – “UP IN FLAMES”
Copenhagen-based UK producer ERAAN releases his latest single ‘UP IN FLAMES’, taken from his forthcoming new EP of the same name, released on 19th November via Primitive Art. The track flips a bollywood tape sample and merges it with punchy drums and thick basslines to match.
Get it SoundCloud, Apple Music, YouTube, Deezer
Kyle Quentin & The Kyles – “The King Of Wistful Thinking”
Kyle Quentin & The Kyles showcase their offbeat musical style in their new single “The King Of Wistful Thinking.” A somber and reflective beat ripe with lush guitars and warm vibes.
Get it on YouTube, Deezer, SoundCloud
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I.N.L.Y. – “10-33”
North Carolina producer I.N.L.Y. come through this week with “10-33” a punchy rock-infused trap jam ripe with rousing drums and vibrant guitars to match.
Dal Bosco & König – “Dead Lions”
“Dead Lions” is the newest entry from Dal Bosco & König in their slew of releases. The track is somber and has an experimental aesthetic with its layered textures and dark moody strings.
CaliCronk – “Daydreams”
CaliCronk ventures into the chill/lo fi department on his new release “Daydreams.” An engaging piece built on soft drum grooves, somber textures, and chords.
RC Peters – “Memory Lane”
RC Peters takes us back in time with his new release “Memory Lane” which pays homage to the 90s. The track has a jazzy vibe and dreamy texture peppered by punchy drum grooves and vocal scratches from DJ Sick James
It is the featured single on his latest EP and this extended mix found here on Soundcloud will be included on my limited-run cassette releasing Nov.5th on Bandcamp.
Get it on SoundCloud.
Botanik – “Big Dreamer”
Botanik shares the new release “Big Dreamer” on our list and it’s a smooth nostalgia-inducing piece built on heavenly horns, ethereal textures, and a soothing vocal sample to match.
Get it on SoundCloud, Apple Music, YouTube, Deezer
David Cutter Music – “Closer”
GROOVE DEALERS – “808 Knock”
Moscow, Russia-based DJ duo GROOVE DEALERS deliver that good old “808 Knock” this week. The upbeat track is built on punchy drums, thick 808 kicks, and exotic samples to boot.
Get it on SoundCloud, YouTube
Ogi feel the Beat – “Various Moods”
“Various Moods” is a sublime and melancholic piece by Ogi feel the Beat who makes use of sparse drum arrangements, somber chords, and dark sound design to deliver a soul gripping piece for us to rock with
Endless Searching LP
Get it on SoundCloud, Deezer, YouTube, Apple Music
SHORT BUSS13 – “For the Love”
SHORT BUSS13 helps close out this week’s list with “For the Love.” The laidback track is ripe with lush and ethereal textures, smooth guitar riffs, and soft drum grooves.
Get it on Apple Music, YouTube, Deezer