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New to Chill, September 22 2018

You can make your weekend come a little bit early with this sneak peek at our latest chilled tunes. If you’ve found anything we should be playing, you can email music@helpmechill.com

Phil France – Circle

A chilled collection of harmonics, atmospheres and minimalism from one of The Cinematic Orchestra. We’re playing the title track from this album across the day, and you can enjoy the rest here.

 

Sebastian Plano – Purples

First song from this Argentinian composer’s new album “Verve”, due in 2019.

 

Quart – Life Is Beautiful

Glaswegian producer Vince Watson has made this calming, cinematic album with influences from classical and jazz music. We’re playing “Never Say Goodbye” across the day.

 

Harmony Rockets feat. Peter Walker – Atropos

Guitarist and longtime Woodstock resident Peter Walker is in his eighth decade of music making. This tune is taken from a 3-track album described as “a mind-melting inter-generational collaboration that could only have coalesced around the wool sweaters, warm teacups and moldering bookstores of ‘Old Old Woodstock'”.

 

Dustin Tebbutt – Satellite

This Australian singer-songwriter has made a warm and intimate set of new tunes which he introduces here.

 

Hudson Passos – Atemporal

We’re playing several songs from this Brazilian DJ’s latest chilled, jazz-infused album.

 

Our most played tracks this week

Below is the latest list of our featured tracks to look out for on Chill. We’ll have another update next week. Thanks for chilling with us! – Bern Leckie

Alucidnation – Paracosmic (album)
Bruno Sanfilippo – InTROpassion
Chris Coco Camilo Miranda – Dinosaur Baby
Cody G – Happy Hour
Craig Armstrong feat. Guy Garvey – Cornflower (Marelle)
Daniel Benjamin – Jupiter
Dr. Deep House – A Last Goodbye
NEW Dustin Tebbutt – Satellite
Emerson Kitamura feat. MMM – Rock Your Baby
Endemico – Path
Geowulf – Saltwater For Strings (reimagined by Pêtr Aleksänder)
NEW Harmony Rockets feat. Peter Walker – Atropos
ITO – Window Drops
JQ – Gold
Lars Lentz – High Street
Leavv – Valley
Maribou State – Kingdoms In Colour (album)
Masked Man – Coo Lullaby
Nik Turner and Youth – Toltec Flying Pyramid
Ólafur Arnalds – re:member (album)
NEW Phil France – Circle
NEW Quart – Never Say Goodbye
Santpoort – The Great Ocean Road
NEW Sebastian Plano – Purples
Sofasound – By The Shore
Soothsayers – Good Vibration
Stan Forebee – Unwritten
Sven Laux – Where To Begin
Thomas Datt – Glitch In The System

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New to Chill, September 15 2018

We have another spectacular, globally sourced, chilled masterpiece this week alongside a selection of beats and ambiences to help you chill. If you’ve found anything we should be playing, you can email music@helpmechill.com

Maribou State – Kingdoms In Colour

It’s turning out to be an amazing month for chilled albums. This globally inspired collection is assembled through travels and field recordings across five continents. It’s a truly epic follow up to “Portraits”, which brought them huge acclaim in 2015.

 

Bruno Sanfilippo – InTROpassion

Barcelona-based Bruno originally released his “InTRO” album of soundscapes in 2006. It’s been remastered and expanded for a new version out on September 20th.

 

Sofasound – By The Shore

A laid back holiday tune for remembering the summer, or looking forward to your adventure to come now that the rush is over…

 

Sven Laux – You’ll Be Fine

We’re adding more tracks from this just-released ambient album so we can stay super-chilled across the day.

 

Noya Rau – Icaros

An album fom last year we should have been on ages ago. Sorry about that. It’s soulful and lush, and this quartet from Leeds is about to be gigging in Tokyo, London, Manchester, Bristol and Dublin if you can catch them there.

 

Our most played tracks this week

Below is the latest list of our featured tracks to look out for on Chill. We’ll have another update next week. Thanks for chilling with us! – Bern Leckie

Alucidnation – Paracosmic (album)
Antenna – Sparks
NEW Bruno Sanfilippo – InTROpassion
Chris Coco Camilo Miranda – Dinosaur Baby
Cody G – Happy Hour
Craig Armstrong feat. Guy Garvey – Cornflower (Marelle)
Daniel Benjamin – Jupiter
Dr. Deep House – A Last Goodbye
Emerson Kitamura feat. MMM – Rock Your Baby
Endemico – Path
Flitz&Suppe – About The Distance
Geowulf – Saltwater For Strings (reimagined by Pêtr Aleksänder)
ITO – Window Drops
JQ – Gold
Kan Wakan – Indigo
Lars Lentz – High Street
Leavv – Valley
NEW Maribou State – Kingdoms In Colour (album)
Masked Man – Coo Lullaby
Nik Turner and Youth – Toltec Flying Pyramid
Ólafur Arnalds – re:member (album)
Santpoort – The Great Ocean Road
NEW Sofasound – By The Shore
Soothsayers – Good Vibration
Stan Forebee – Unwritten
Sven Laux – Where To Begin
Thomas Datt – Glitch In The System

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New to Chill, September 8 2018

This week, “Silences”, one of the most chilled albums we’ve ever played. It’ll be after midnight on Chill, or you can listen here any time. If you’ve found anything we should be playing, you can email music@helpmechill.com

Geowulf – Saltwater For Strings (reimagined by Pêtr Aleksänder)

Geowulf is a duo from Brisbane who travelled the world separately before making chilled music together in London. This 2016 track became even more chilled after another gifted duo (Pêtr Aleksänder) got hold of it, and this is the version we’ll be playing every day.

 

Leavv – Mind Garden

We’ve already featured some tunes like “Tomorrow” and “Lacuna” from this German chillhop producer. He’s just brought out this full length collection including new tunes like “Lighthouse” and “Valley” which we’re going to chill with across the day.

 

Luis Miehlich – Silences

Also from Germany, this uber-chilled album of fantasy soundscapes and soft ambiences is so beautifully crafted, you may feel transported to a place where you can do nothing but chill. That’s why we’ll only play some of these tracks after midnight, but you can hear the whole album here when you need it…

 

Sven Laux – Where To Begin

We’re also featuring this German ambient and modern classical composer’s newest track which blends chilly weather with warm strings in a comforting and satisfying way.

 

ITO – Window Drops

Also from Germany (did they have the most chilled summer ever there?), this is from Munich-based ITO’s debut EP of organic instruments and found sounds blended into beautifully chilled beats.

 

Dr. Deep House – Peace Forever

Have a guess where Dr. Deep House is from. Did you guess Germany? You’re right, although he’s also spent a lot of time in Ibiza. To be fair, you’d probably guess that too after listening to his debut album, out on September 14th, which is inspired by the natural beauty of the party island. We’ve got an early copy, so you can hear tracks on Chill now, and they’ll also pop up in the album linked here from the 14th.

 

Our most played tracks this week

Below is the latest list of our featured tracks to look out for on Chill. We’ll have another update next week. Thanks for chilling with us! – Bern Leckie

Alucidnation – Paracosmic (album)
Antenna – Sparks
Benjamin Francis Leftwich – Numb
Chris Coco Camilo Miranda – Dinosaur Baby
Cody G – Happy Hour
Craig Armstrong feat. Guy Garvey – Cornflower (Marelle)
Daniel Benjamin – Jupiter
NEW Dr. Deep House – A Last Goodbye
Emerson Kitamura feat. MMM – Rock Your Baby
Endemico – Path
Flitz&Suppe – About The Distance
NEW Geowulf – Saltwater For Strings (reimagined by Pêtr Aleksänder)
NEW ITO – Window Drops
JQ – Gold
Kan Wakan – Indigo
Lars Lentz – High Street
NEW Leavv – Valley
Masked Man – Coo Lullaby
Nik Turner and Youth – Toltec Flying Pyramid
Nikhil – Blind
Ólafur Arnalds – re:member (album)
Santpoort – The Great Ocean Road
Soothsayers – Good Vibration
Stan Forebee – Unwritten
NEW Sven Laux – Where To Begin
Thomas Datt – Glitch In The System
Thomas Lemmer & Andreas Bach – Wide Horizons

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New to Chill, September 1 2018

This week, we’ve found one of our favourite albums of the year so far, plus lots more to help you chill. If you’ve found anything we should be playing, you can email music@helpmechill.com

Ólafur Arnalds – re:member

A brilliant composer made these tunes with a remarkably inventive process, fusing software and algorithms with physical instruments and human inspiration. You can watch more about it here, and enjoy tracks from the album with us on Chill across the day.

 

Craig Armstrong feat. Guy Garvey – Cornflower (Marelle)

Chill with this collaboration between one of our favourite screen composers and the voice of Elbow. It’s going to be performed live for the first time at Union Chapel on Tuesday 11 September, and you can read more about it in a great article here.

 

Nik Turner and Youth – Pharaohs From Outer Space

Hawkwind’s legendary sax player has recently released this set of chilled, jazzy and experimental tunes. We’re playing Toltec Flying Pyramid and Magnetron on Chill.

 

Endemico – piano works

We’ve just added lots more tracks from this beautiful album to our playlist.

 

Our most played tracks this week

Below is the latest list of our featured tracks to look out for on Chill. We’ll have another update next week. Thanks for chilling with us! – Bern Leckie

Alucidnation – Paracosmic (album)
Antenna – Sparks
Benjamin Francis Leftwich – Numb
Chris Coco Camilo Miranda – Dinosaur Baby
Chris Durkin feat. Caitlin Stubbs – Run
Cody G – Happy Hour
NEW Craig Armstrong feat. Guy Garvey – Cornflower (Marelle)
Daniel Benjamin – Jupiter
Elobrian Sunrise – Only One Life!
Emerson Kitamura feat. MMM – Rock Your Baby
Endemico – Path
Flitz&Suppe – About The Distance
JQ – Gold
Joakim Karud – Ocean
Kan Wakan – Indigo
Lars Lentz – High Street
Masked Man – Coo Lullaby
Mitch Geist – Georgia
Nicola Conte & Spiritual Galaxy – Cosmic Peace
NEW Nik Turner and Youth – Toltec Flying Pyramid
Nikhil – Blind
NEW Ólafur Arnalds – re:member (album)
Santpoort – The Great Ocean Road
Soothsayers – Good Vibrations
Stan Forebee – Unwritten
Thomas Datt – Glitch In The System
Thomas Lemmer & Andreas Bach – Wide Horizons

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New to Chill, August 25 2018

We hope your bank holiday weekend will bring you extra time to chill. Whether you’re working or playing, we’ll bring the tunes, including these new ones. If you’ve found anything we should be playing, you can email music@helpmechill.com

Soothsayers – Good Vibrations

Peace and love-loving summery dub from London.

 

Santpoort – Mudflat Hikers

Inspired by the Dutch landscape the artist grew up with, these beautiful tracks aren’t overly busy or crowded, but represent a big space that stretches on the horizon.

 

Masked Man – Coo Lullaby

Young, bubbly, giggling and gurgling in a cutely endearing way, this is one for the mums and dads who need a little help to chill this weekend.

 

Daniel Benjamin – The Sleep Sessions vol. 2

British screen music composer Daniel Benjamin has brought the emotion to scores of ads and shows, but this album is about helping you chill as deeply as possible. We’re playing most of these tunes overnight, but “Jupiter” is one you’ll hear across the day on Chill.

 

Thomas Datt – Glitch In The System

We found this 2014 tune on a new compilation album, and it’s true to say that it’s a slow builder. If you’ve got five minutes to go with it, it’ll take you somewhere extremely chilled…

 

Our most played tracks this week

Below is the latest list of our featured tracks to look out for on Chill. We’ll have another update next week. Thanks for chilling with us! – Bern Leckie

Alucidnation – Paracosmic (album)
Antenna – Sparks
Benjamin Francis Leftwich – Numb
Chris Coco Camilo Miranda – Dinosaur Baby
Chris Durkin feat. Caitlin Stubbs – Run
Cody G – Happy Hour
NEW Daniel Benjamin – Jupiter
Elobrian Sunrise – Only One Life!
Emerson Kitamura feat. MMM – Rock Your Baby
Endemico – Path
Flitz&Suppe – About The Distance
JQ – Gold
Joakim Karud – Ocean
Kan Wakan – Indigo
Lars Lentz – High Street
NEW Masked Man – Coo Lullaby
Mitch Geist – Georgia
Nicola Conte & Spiritual Galaxy – Cosmic Peace
Nikhil – Blind
Olafur Arnalds – Saman
Peter And Kerry – Teardrops
Sad Radio On Cassini – August
Salvinsky – Planet 01000WHR
NEW Santpoort – The Great Ocean Road
NEW Soothsayers – Good Vibrations
Stan Forebee – Unwritten
NEW Thomas Datt – Glitch In The System
Thomas Lemmer & Andreas Bach – Wide Horizons