Chris Joss – You’ve Been Spiked

Chris Joss – You’ve Been Spiked

Trippy video, may be considered NSFW (it’s blurry, but it’s there).

Shlohmo – Shlomoshun

Shlohmo – Shlomoshun

potholesinmyblog.com:

Shlohmo’s warbled grooves follow in the wonky (I know, that term sucks) footsteps of established artists such as Flying Lotus and Burial. But, thankfully for his listeners, Shlohmo isn’t just a carbon-copy of his influences. Instead, he builds upon that foundation to craft his own blend of dubstep and hip-hop while integrating elements of psychedelia (“Tomato Squeeze”) and chiptune (“Dead Pixel”). He even breaks into slightly ambient territory, such as on the first minute of “Spoons” before it spirals into a hazy dubstep swirl.

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Can – Future Days

Can – Future Days

Jakob – Subsets of Sets

Jakob – Subset of Sets

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lateralnoise.com:

With bomb-like sereneness, ‘Subset of Sets’ flows from ocean deep lulls to ferocious peaks that threaten the longevity of ones listening device. Recorded by David Holmes, at the Venn Production studios in Napier, Jacob have been able to capture both the pin-drop quietness of the most subtle spacious harmonic as well as the dense wall of sound that is so powerful in their live shows.

Jakob – Controle

Jakob – Controle

Post-rock instrumental crescendo madness.

Venetian Snares – Rossz csillag alatt született

Venetian Snares – Rossz csillag alatt született

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This is not so much really chill music as… the opposite. Why is it here, then? Because it is orchestral breakbeat. It’s energetic, it’s eclectic, and it’s fascinating. Give it a listen. The sampling alone is excellent.

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Ronald Jenkees – Disorganized Fun

Ronald Jenkees – Disorganized Fun

Couldn’t find a review for this one. Apparently, this guy is a Youtube Internet Sensation™ with multi-million views and an obsession with hats. I just think he’s a damn good producer. This is for your more energetic chill vibes, but don’t be fooled – there’s some really well-done trippy synth tucked away in this album that’ll make you woahdude.

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Bibio – Ambivalence Avenue

Bibio – Ambivalence Avenue

wikipedia.org:

A resident of the West Midlands, England, Stephen Wilkinson developed a passion for experimental music during his time at Middlesex University in London, where he studied “sonic arts”. He developed his own style of music, drawing from contemporary experimental electronica bands such as Boards of Canada, and incorporating field recordings and found sounds. Electronically modified guitar melodies and droning synthesizer sounds are a recurring theme in his pieces, causing many people to label his music as a hybrid of electronica or intelligent dance music and traditional folk music. His music has recently been licensed for commercial campaigns by L.L. Bean and Toyota. In 2009, he contributed a cover of the Boards of Canada track “Kaini Industries” to the Warp20 (Recreated) compilation.

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Blackbird Blackbird – Fade to White (Feat. Emily Reo)

Blackbird Blackbird – Fade to White (Feat. Emily Reo)

Boards of Canada – Everything You Do is a Balloon

Boards of Canada – Everything You Do is a Balloon

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