Chill

  • “A:M Instrumentals Vol 2” – smooth and chilled, with the right amount of groove

    It was about a year ago, around this time, that I heard “A:M Instrumentals Vol. 1” by the UK based producer A:M. The tracks presented an amalgam of rich pianos, dreamy landscapes, vocal samples and syrupy basslines for anyone who appreciates chillwave, ambient and triphop, with a jazzy and...
  • Bionic: “Change” (ft. Matt Martino) – magically mystical!

    There’s something very special about Bionic. He comes along seemingly out of nowhere (at least from my perspective) and then produces a track like “Change” (ft. Matt Martino) – which takes the medium of popular music in an interestingly fresh direction. It could be argued this song is a...
  • ToffoBean: “Afternoons in a warm embrace” – one luxurious aural experience!

    The downtempo lounge music album, “Afternoons in a warm embrace”, is a 12 track project by UK based ToffoBean, comprising members Dougie McAuley and Phil O’Shea. The album out via Rubber Taxi Records offers a blend of hip-hop beats, resonating basslines, and harmonic bliss, often infused with jazz guitar...
  • Jordan Everist: “Vacancy” – Beautiful, tranquil, and yet often pulsating

    Jordan Everist is a creative from Portland, Oregon. His love of music began when he was 4, but really took off in his high school years. Since then he has been producing music professionally for short films, cartoons, and musicians. He also has had a series of personal projects,...
  • Aastik Koshy: “SARASWATI LOUNGE VOL.1” is perfect for any situation

    The latest effort by Aastik Koshy entitled the “SARASWATI LOUNGE VOL.1”, finds the chill out, ambient and lounge producer, elevating his signature sound with more contemplative and thought-provoking songwriting. Due to the organic sounding nature of this record, it will be hard for many to call this an electronic...
  • Art Tawanghar: “Buddha Lounge” – stunning pieces of music

    In his career Art Tawanghar has accumulated many accolades and awards while touring around the world and performing in front of thousands of people. An official Grammy® voting artist Art has also appeared on the Billboard Charts, staking his claim to the #1 spot for many weeks! He has...
  • Jim Session: “Storming” incorporates various influences

    Sometimes a recording amazes you because you’ve never heard anything like it.  But the opposite can also happen; a track blows you away because it seems to draw from lots of music you’ve heard and love, and combines the influences so perfectly it manages to transcend them altogether.  Such...
  • Aastik Koshy: “The Audiolounge – 1.0” – awe-inspiring!

    Aastik Koshy graduated with a degree in Sound Engineering from SAE and opened the doors of his music company Turquoise Sound Pvt.Ltd (TSC) in 2015 after moving to Goa, India. The company was created to release electronic music produced and composed by Aastik in chill out, ambient and lounge,...
  • That Guy: “Patterns In The Sky” trades in imagery and evocation

    That Guy’s sound can be compared to a fusion between surgical explorations by Autechre and elastic soundscapes by Bonobo. But he, of course, is in a genre of his own. Combining intricate beat-work with unresolved synth melodies that keep on swirling into inter-winding sonic tangles, That Guy creates a...