Florida-based musician Kyle Piety AKA Bit Deff creates gorgeous, textured beat-driven downtempo electronica. Not exactly ambient what with the plethora of rhythms and drum tracks, but more relaxing than a night on the town that’s for sure. His brand of music is positively Balearic, and any of these tracks would work in a Cafe Del Mar compilation — which isn’t a dis. Because I happen to love that brand of chillout music.
Twin Caverns’ vocalist Louise Millar lends the Kanye West song a jazzy, 1930s vibe even as the groove languidly wraps its laidback beats around your prefrontal lobes. A gem.
Data Rebel (aka Danny Howe) is a UK-based musician whose haunting synth melodies and downtempo beats create a soothing chillout experience. Dreams for an Abstrakt Mind features eight tracks of […]
Once you listen to this music, you get drawn into the dream. Especially if you’re a musician. And just as in Inception, you’re never really sure whether you want to […]
Blusmoke (aka Ryan Itchon) is a guitarist and electronic music producer from Paranaque City, Philippines who uses a combination of hardware synth boxes and software to make music. His electronic […]