Finally the summer has reached also us located in the northern Europe! So time to pull out a really light, bright, and just plain beautifully chilled track. Continue reading Summer chill: Come count waves with us!
Here’s two tracks with the piano as the main instrument, interesting arrangements and served in a perfectly tempered lo-fi wrapping. This is chillout/downtempo we can like here at the ‘radar. Continue reading Double Downtempo: Lo-fi moments of harmony
I dig the underground. Dark and gritty, repetitious, hypnotic electronica.
But there are moments when I need the exact opposite. And then it’s nice to have artists like these around, to provide us with a piece of quality old-school synth instrumentals in the footsteps of giants like Jean-Michel Jarre and Kitaro. Continue reading Double Synth Session: A magic carpet ride
Today I’ve bundled two really elegant, and above all very melodic down-tempo creations for you in this Double Melodic feature. Two tracks that features a very simple, yet seductively catchy hook. Continue reading Double Melodic: Two melodies to seduce them all
Down-tempo electronica seem to be very hard to make: I don’t think there’s a genre where I decline more tracks than here. Most of them are just the standard fare with long pads, a solo piano, classic beat loop, all that jazz. Stuff we’ve heard a million times before. Elevator music.
But here’s two I found to be a bit different. Continue reading A calm Sunday: Double downbeat
Here’s a pretty little thing from India. I’d call it “uptempo chillout”.
A contradiction? Continue reading Deep Monday: Sixth Ocean – “Meraki”
We feel nothing but the utmost respect for fragile Sunday mental states. So here’s two tracks to support your day in a very careful, non-abrupt matter.
No sudden moves – guaranteed. Continue reading Sleepy Sunday: Two tracks that demands nothing from you. Perfect!
So here’s this oddly fascinating project called USE back again! Those who we’ve followed with increased excitement over their first two releases.
But, sadly I have to admit that I felt an element of disappointment over this release. Continue reading USE – Face Matter: A matter of disappointment
Remember the “double oddball” feature I wrote a while ago, where one of the tracks were just a female voice speaking test messages?
Well, the test period is apparently over. USE is at it again with a new release that comes across as yet another introduction to something bigger. Continue reading USE – “Alien”: The fascination increases