This week marks a significant moment in the history of the world, a point in time which has the potential to change the future of humanity as we know it. There was much hype, speculation and anticipation, but the results have finally come in and we can all rejoice. Yes that’s right, it’s time for the 11th installment of The Chill Dojo with another 15 tracks of listening bliss.
We start things off with a song that can only be described as chill music in its purest form. 17 year-old producer Le Nonsense creates a perfect tempo, groove and vibe in this nu-disco masterpiece which is so intelligently crafted for someone so young. Next up is a downtempo electronic jam from Californian duo Traveler which was brought to my attention by one of our readers. The dojo is all about spreading amazing tunes, so we are always open to suggestions to ensure that gems like this don’t go unnoticed. Things slow down a tad with a new one from Maths Time Joy and a mellow mix of RAC’s “Hollywood” courtesy of Chris Hurst, who is only sixteen. With talented youngsters like this already producing things of this quality, the future sure looks bright for chill music. Goldroom’s “Fifteen” is certainly no stranger to the remix treatment, and though there have already been a few that have featured in dojos past, there is definitely no hesitation in posting this effort from Final DJs, which will carry you through a state of dreamlike euphoria for nearly 8 minutes. Other notable mentions this week include a downtempo interpretation of Above and Beyond’s trance hit “You Got to Go” from the latest EP by Lion González, and a trap remix from none other than Flosstradamus, who transforms the heavy hitting Sub Focus original into a relaxing head-bopper. Finally, this week’s cheeky reggae addition sees Danish producer Keyzy take on “Paradise”, which could uncover a whole new potential for the future direction of Coldplay. Probably not, but it’s a fun track nonetheless!
As always, enjoy the playlist, snag those free downloads, continue to spread the music and hit us up with any feedback. It’s always appreciated! Peace out.