Category: Chillin’

This is Deep. Not at all in the lyrical way, but in the way it sounds and feels. The way the song develops into an isolated rounded synth around 0:33 with only the sound of crisp claps in the background…gold. The entrance of the electric guitar at 2:18 w/ the sound of some birds and chipmunks and whatever else lives in the forest…gold. The purity of it kills me. Detox w this – thanks Kartell

 

So the duo that make up the ever-powerful ODESZA have this little big thing called Foreign Family Collective, which is basically a collective album/project made up of artists that ODESZA has sponsored in a way by having them collaborate on their project with their respective visual/musical inputs .  They’ve already boasted huge tracks under this platform such as “Wasted On You” by Louis Futon ft. Rozes, and “Aftergold” by Big Wild ft. Tove Styrke, and now they have another to add to their growing collection by rising electronic artist Chet Porter. I think the Cutler’s vocals are the real pull on this track, even though the chill, ethereal vibes that ride straight through the drop are probably what make you stay. Ride this wave to the end of summer ~~

A while back, I posted about a song called “Blue Window”, the love child of a collab EP between Duñe and Crayon.  If you remember, I was absolutely obsessed with it and tried to use all of my minimal influence to convince you to press play. Well, this track right here named “I Can’t” is another track from that same EP, and I can’t believe I passed it by without noticing it’s glory. Just like “Blue Window”, the percussion combinations are so carefully crafted, the vocals are nothing short of angelic sweet nothings, and the hip-hop/electronic vibes are ever-present.

I’ve always been a sucker for hard-hitting percussions, and Cabu delivers on this remix of Danelle’s “Chairs”. It’s a soothing, electronic track, more suitable for chilling by the pool than a wild night. Enjoy these vibes ~

This song is so incredibly chill. Like sitting in a calm oasis in the middle of the woods type of chill. It literally feels like meditation at some points, especially in the beginning before the lyrics enter. Iris Temple has this deep, soothing voice that lingers in space, caressing your ears. Relatively unknown at the moment, but I can see that changing- hopefully not too soon though, because I want him all to myself (and you guys). You can download this track free on Soundcloud, just click the little down-pointing arrow in the song widget below.