Welcome to our beach lounge! Today we have got on the menu three instances of classic chill-out vibes for your listening pleasure. You can safely enter our waters. Perfectly tempered and there’s not a stingy object in sight. Continue reading Sunny At The Beach Lounge
Here’s three tracks that’s so fundamentally different from each other that it’s an admittedly geeky pleasure to add them all to the same playlist. And it works! Welcome to our Beach Lounge. Continue reading Diversity at the Beach Lounge
Here’s three tracks that basically have just one single thing in common: They all operate in a landscape a bit outside the electronica I typically feature on this blog.
But they are each so good in each their ways that I have to show you! Continue reading Three off my beaten path
Every now and then I go a bit outside of the scope for this blog and select tracks with a style I don’t usually cover. As I should, to spice things up a little!
Here’s three that in each their ways separate them from our main road. Continue reading Three from the outside
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!
The downtempo genres are quite tricky. It’s so easy to fall for cliches and end up as a pretty unimaginative, generic track.
So the more happy I get when I during my search for new music come across tracks that steer clear of those pitfalls! Continue reading Double downtempo: A wall of chill
A double chillout feature this time, with two quite dreamy tracks and both with a layer of female voices.
Plus, some words on side-chaining. Don’t overdo it, guys. Continue reading Sweeper’s “Down” & ZIINO’s “You Know”: Enter Zen here.
Sometimes, all we need is a chill track. And here’s a good one. Lounge style, classy horns, elegant lady singing, I’m pretty sure she wears a long back dress during the recording. She must have. Continue reading State of Emergency, “Red Flag”: The lounge we want to chill in
Heavenly synth strings. Windy pads. Quiet beat. Lazy, deep bass. Windbell sounds. El-piano. Yeah, the cliches are stacked in this track.
Still, there’s something about this track that made me stop. Maybe it simply is that it’s just so very well made. Well mixed, well arranged, it does what it does very well. But what it does… We’ve heard it before, haven’t we? Continue reading Phlox, “Farewell”: A formula that works