Louis the Child ^
This is one of my favorite playlists I've ever made. In about two days I will be posting A BEST OF Hella Chill Playlist consisting of my few favorites that have ever been posted on this site. Look forward to that as well as a trunk certified best of. New hip hop playlist coming soon. Thanks for checking this out and feel free to share this link with people you know would like it. Much love.
Other then Odesza's Label putting only high quality stuff out, this track by Jai Wolf as well as Kasbo are apart of the new team. Foreign Family Collective. PAZ has a new loud one out. Im a fan, his style is slightly different. Dojo has been really impressing me lately. Consistency. Whatisalex I found a few months ago and he really hasn't let me down. WIZE is new to me, but I can dig the hella chill feels. Then the playlist gets a little heavier with some new Vaski a remix by Prismo. Enjoy these. Thanks for listening and looking.
The " real friends remix " by haeven has mass amounts of vibes and feels. The original which is posted a few playlists back.. No Tv No Radio is starting to get a following. They are one of my new favorites. The Indie Electronic music scene is really starting to take over EDM. Mark Arkinson " October Weekend " is gorgeous. I remember October weekends. Waiting to see that one person bc they live 2 hours away and you can't drive. Those October weekends are a beautiful thing. I really like the Scrubs remix by Rascal. TLC is the shit. B.Bravo I have been a fan of for awhile. Check out his older stuff if you like his sound. I don't really like G-Eazy but this remix is chill. Same with Miikesnow but I've been digging Louis the Child lately. Ian Ewing does some nice work on Water. Great samples. Yugiboi has been consistent the last month I've been checking him out and im impressed. Theres a couple LOW KEY track which I felt for. Check em out, thanks for looking and listening!
This ones Hella Chill. Theres the original Kiiara song "Gold" and theres a cool "sleepless" remix. I don't have a lot to say right now, but I will.
Troyboi killed this one, so did memorecks. I dont have a lot to say right this second but I will later.
It doesn't get much more relaxing than Kayge Calypso @ DUNN's remix of 'No One.' This is the exquisite art of vocal sampling. A cooled out piano riff rides on top of a deep low end bass. The lyrics in the verse bring on a certain loneliness that we've all felt before.
The 'Stop Trippin' remix from Chill Harris features a thumping, rhythmic synth line and takes the listener into a dream state once the electric guitar takes over. Horns come into the second verse to take this into overdrive.
The Shuhandz and High Flown track, 'Let Me Love You,' rides on open hi-hats, air synths, and may make you sink into your seat. We have to appreciate the bongos gently slamming into the claps and vocal chops. This is a well-rounded, multi-dimensional tune that shows off some production.
Pershard Owens' 'We Gone Fxxx' may catch you by surprise. It's hilarious. Let's blast this in the strip club.
Black EL's hip hop track 'Take It Slow' has some deep lyrics that could bring up memories of an Ex. It's an emotional and honest track with a good message.
Yung Wall Street builds 'Onesie' to a steep drop that features some different sounds you may not be used to in this type of music. Did we mention onesies are in right now?
MACE's 'Ghetto Gospel' brings the heat. Big hitting synth and bass bring the trap qualities while the horns bring it to a higher level of bursting energy.
BLKKNG did a remix of Tim Legend's 'Holy Water' and it makes me want to smash something. What starts out as an innocent piano beat turns into a menacing horn blasting line that should be played loud enough to shake the pictures off the walls!
Coming from Colorado, Late Night Radio is almost a blend of Pretty Lights, GRiZ, and Big Gigantic. He creates dance music with crunchy bass and killer saxophone solos.
Keys N Krates put on a fantastic performance at Moonrise 2014. Consisting of a drummer, a keyboard player that controls the midi madness, and a DJ on the 1s and 2s, they are an incredibly talented trio with impeccable showmanship.
Kidswaste goes off the deep end, drowns himself, comes back to life, goes to outerspace, gets stuck for a while in total oblivion, and brings it all back home in 'UNXPCTD.' It's one hell of a journey.
Hella Chill is more low-key.