Bass, Chill | JOY Makes World-Culture Vibe Shine In “System of Life”

Posted by on January 24, 2020

LA based JOY has nailed a unique bass vibe in “System of Life.” From heavy drums to fantasy oriented synth work, JOY pulls together a groovy, rhythmic feel that’s as positive as it is impacting.

It’s easy to want to escape monotony in today’s world, Ken Hankins, AKA JOY, helps listeners do just that with universal sound-of-sorts that creative and passionate.

Choosing the name JOY to help spread just that, the soloist has come along way and stringed together a vibrant production/live music experience here. If you like what you hear click through and learn more about JOY.

Chill | Smoketown Flexes With Chill Electronic Single “City Lights”

Posted by on January 24, 2020

Smoketown is solidifying their stand in the online music scene this year. Edgy sounds and clever sonic inputs all compound to make the exquisite, all it’s own experience that is “City Lights.”

With a house core to it, the many instrumental and electronic works that comes into play here virtually stitch the parts together, forming the structured yet organic nature of the single.

“City Lights” give more of a glimpse as to what’s to come for Smoketown, a refreshing revelation that will leave fans surely wanting more.

Bass, Chill | Juuku Drops Impress self made Visual for “To You”

Posted by on January 6, 2020

“To You” is yet another impressive drop by Juuku. The anonymous producer continues down the mysterious path of not letting themselves to be known but creating a glorious style of electronic music that blends a few different styles. On the tune, the artist said: “???? ????? ?? ????????? ?? ???- ??? ??? ?? ??? ??? ???? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ??????? ??, ?? ?????, ?? ???????, ?? ?? ????????. ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?? ????, ?? ?????, ??? ?? ??? ??????? ?? ??.” The cinematic soundscape Juuku creates never fails to brighten my mood. Listen to “To You” above now!


Chill | Apashe Announces New LP With Lead Single

Posted by on December 5, 2019

Apashe is easily one of the most underrated producers you are going to find. Since his beginnings he has pushed bass music to new heights and brought a level of musicality most producers could only dream to reach. They are lofty words, but Apashe’s iconic catalog backs it all up. He’s further added to it with one of his best records yet in “Distance” featuring the talented vocalist Geoffroy. This feels like it could pop in a big way and it sets up the future of Apashe which will see the release of his second album early next year!

Abstract Hip-Hop, Chill, Hip-Hop | Drex Carter and Kkami Connect on THAW

Posted by on November 15, 2019

With stellar beats from Kkami and dope flows from Drex Carter, THAW is well worth listening to. The EP is a great introduction to both artists if you are unfamiliar with their prior music, while also showing a different side of each artist’s normal style. Drex’ approach is more laid back and less lyrical than his older music and Kkami’s hybrid instrumentals on this one lean a bit more in the indie scene compared to his older drops. Tune in above now. Also, be sure to check out a new video off the EP by clicking here.

Chill | JOY Showcase Unique Vibe In “Closer To Divine” From ‘Soft Whisper’ Album

Posted by on October 17, 2019

Throwing the vibe back with an IDM and chillout sound of the mid 1990s, JOY’s single “Closer to Divine” conveys a true to life, supernatural, and advanced sort of experience.

The subsequent single highlighted on JOY’s pending and exceptionally presented album Soft Whisper, “Closer to Divine,” is fresh blend of computerized sounds and frantically hyper-musical.

With influences from acts like Autechre and Aphex Twin clearly built in, the instrumental strings and a melodic vibe, “Closer to Divine” is a simple substantial amalgam of nocturnally splattered synth-based tones that reverberate profoundly with significant feeling.

Chill, Pop | Corporate Slackrs Make Their Mark In 2019 With ‘Highs & Lows’ EP

Posted by on October 16, 2019

High And Lows EP pulls together two past-prodded singles and uncovers a few more fresh ones, officially putting the duo’s style and mark in 2019 on full display.

A wide blend of influences all aligned through personable stories follow a broader dance-pop road-map, Highs & Lows’ over-arching flow song-to-song and lyric/vocal work being one of many highlights.

With “S.M.S.,” focusing on a situation around a circuitous relationship, then “Faith,” displaying a lighter juxtaposition, the remaining singles fill the gaps with pleasure and ease, the ending leaving you far better off than the start.