Phew, scorcher, etc – time to chill with us! We’ve got a soundtrack for your summer which includes these new tunes and loads more. If you would like to suggest anything we should be playing, you can email music@helpmechill.com

Astrolemo – Living On Your Sofa

Cool new single from a producer who self identifies as a “modernised Massive Attack, drug free Flying Lotus and spicy Bonobo.” Sounds great to us! What do you think?

 

Eguana – Rainbow

Taken from the chilled, atmospheric album “Between”, this is out on the Greek label Cosmicleaf Records.

 

Various Artists – Cosmic Chill Lounge Volume 8

We’re very excited to preview dozens of new tracks from this album, due out on August 24th (shaping up to be the most chilled chart battle in history – see our previous “Latest” updates…) Tracks we’re playing the most are by Thomas Lemmer & Andreas Bach, Arshia Alipour feat. Juliet Lyons, Suez Lights and many more.

 

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)
NEW Arshia Alipour feat. Juliet Lyons – Flight
NEW Astrolemo – Living On Your Sofa
Benjamin Francis Leftwich – Numb
Cloudchord & Soul Food Horns – Koi Pond (album)
Dust Collectors – Seasonal Sounds / Summer (album)
NEW Eguana – Rainbow
Freya Ridings – Ultraviolet
Fujitsu – Hills And Horizons
Ian Ewing – LuvnYou
NEW Jellis – Find A Way
Jens Buchert – In My Garden (Desert Move Mix)
JQ – Gold
Jochen Tiberius Koch – Solitude
Kyan – Like Summer
Lights & Motion – A Flickering Start
Lunchmoney & Dontcry – Bak Pak
Nick & Samantha – Summer Breeze / What Lies Below
Nikhil – Blind
Olafur Arnalds – Saman
Patrick Jonsson – Suddenly We Looked Like Giants
Peter And Kerry – Teardrops
Scott Quinn – Fallible Creatures
Snail’s House – Sunflower / 最後の夏が終わる前に
NEW Suez Lights – Water
SwuM – Nothing’s Gonna Hurt U
NEW Thomas Lemmer & Andreas Bach – Wide Horizons
Toonorth – Summertime / Wherever U Go

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