The Boston producer, BillyIV, sent to this email recently. I was digging it from track one, it wavers on the line of chill, never fully mellowing all the way out. In a sense, it has a slight hint of ADD in it, and I like that. Also all the samples were pretty unique to my ears.
This project is aptly named, it’s ideal for an almost trance like state of relaxation. It brings that gritty lo-fi sound over a laid-back landscape, a delicate balance of minimalism and creativity. Even though most of the songs hover between that 1:00 to 2:00 minute mark it doesn’t come off as choppy or disjointed. Check out more from this artist on soundcloud.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve been bumping Kaytranada’s KAYTRA TODO routinely since it dropped earlier this year. This joint in particularly gets the head nodding effortlessly. Also shoutout to the jai alai highlights used for the visuals, international sports are intriguing to say the least.
It’s no secret that Chuck Inglish is a production magician, sage of the subwoofer smacking beats and whatnot. Keeping up with that tradition, he dropped the single off his upcoming mixtape, Droptops. Bump this in the whip, or wherever speakers are available. And be on the lookout for his album which drops after the tape, Convertibles.