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Weekly Chill Playlist Vol. 18 Ft 22 Chill Tracks From Tycho, Shlohmo, RAC, Promnite & More

Weekly Chill 18

With summer in full gear we're excited to be continuing our Weekly Chill playlist series highlighting some of the best laid-back tunes from the past week as well as a few older hidden gems thrown in. 

This latest edition of weekly chill is highlighted by Shlohmo's incredible new mix taking on some of the best hip-hop songs this year and giving them the ultimate chilled-out remixes. Tycho also placed their magic touch on Maggie Roger's incredible breakout track "Alaska" that we can't get enough of. Like always we like to highlight some smaller, rising artists as well with this week including Ro Ransom, NoMBe, Hermei, Mossy, L8LOOMER and more. Enjoy

Weekly Chill Volume 18

Just A Gent Releases Fresh Future Bass Single "You'll Never Know" Feat. MOZA

Just a gent you'll Never Know

Just A Gent continues to impress us with his innovative future bass sound. This time he has delivered a collaboration with fellow Australian duo MOZA, consisting of vocalist Cam Nacson and instrumentalist Toby Chew. We’ve been vibing to Just A Gent’s previous track “Leave It All” for the last couple of months, and we’re excited for his newest release “You’ll Never Know.

Just A Gent sets the stage for “You’ll Never Know” with swelling pads and brings the energy up with symphonic strings and piano. Nacson lays out a catchy vocal melody that reverberates powerfully through the atmospheric sound design. Just A Gent drops the track with evolving, metallic synths, heavy bass, and pattering hi-hats before tying it all back together. Enjoy!

Just A Gent - You'll Never Know

Listen To Daft Punk Collaborators Parcels' 5-Track 'Hideout' EP

Parcels Daft Punk

A few days ago we heard Daft Punk team up with rising Australian group Parcels on their new track “Overnight” and it sounded amazing. After digging into more of their music we decided to share their recent 5-track Hideout EP.  

It makes sense this group would work alongside Daft Punk as their funk-flavored productions shares some similarities with TSIS favorite duo they recently teamed up with. The band brings an electronic influence to their productions while maintaining an organic sound. The relaxing indie release is a feel good EP that flew under our radar but is sounding like something any Daft Punk fan would enjoy. Check out below and enjoy!

Parcels - Hideout EP

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