tuesday chill mix ii


Everything you can imagine is real.”

– Pablo Picasso –


Below is the second series of the “Tuesday Chill Mix” collection. Please enjoy!
Feel free to enjoy the mix at this link here in full or individally below:

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Regan ‘Ta-Ku‘ Matthews is a self-taught mastermind that has only been learning how to produce for the last few years, but is able to rework soulful beats and create them into beautiful downtempo elements like he’s been in this game forever. Not exactly chill music, but intense enougheclectically fitting to be here.



Blue Sky Black Death are an instrumental hip hop duo from Seattle that specialize in mixing in other elements like shoe gaze and prog rock, turning each of their songs into a sonic masterpiece.



Kodak to Graph‘s Mikey Maleki blends samples of electro-pop and swirling synths into a blissful escape.



Mansionair are a Sydney-based production duo that showcase crooning male vocals perfected with a great melody and hypnotic groove.



Producer Hiatus met female vocalist Shura while she was performing live at a pub in the UK one evening. Ever since then they have been making beautifully haunting collaborations together.



London trio Dark Sky‘s sound is chilling in the finest sense, infused with hints of techno, house, disco, and magic.



Admin‘s Adam Wickens comfortably resides in Bristol, but is influenced greatly by the Berlin and Chicago house scenes. His musical outcome is an international blend of sultry success.

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