Top 10 instrumental submissions Ep 2 Feb 2019


It gained’t be honest to not present like to the cats that work behind the boards. Cats whose soundscapes assist push hip-hop to loft heights. So in the identical vein, this weekly record sheds mild on budding and even established producers who proceed to push the envelope for the tradition. So sit again loosen up and get aware of these producers.
Remember, don’t neglect to assist them by sharing their works.


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Bruce Chillest – Candle Lit Dinner.

Bruce Chillest shouldn't be new on TWIB and at all times hit us with some magnificent sounds from his lab. His latest launch “Candle Lit Dinner” is a mix of glowing vocal chops, easy drums and a classic TLC-esque guitar lick to match.

FYI Bruce Chillest is the music undertaking helmed by Los Angeles native producer and composer Andrew Clark. Get the tune on Spotify


Sebastian Kamae – Nomad


Producer Sebastian Kamae returns with a stable effort titled “Nomad”. The textures he employs on this file lies within the lo-fi area but in addition takes components from jazz and digital music making it fairly fascinating to be sincere. It’s very mellow and soothing from begin to end.


Epifania – Origin.

Epifania‘s “Origin” strays from the plain and actually faucets into the surreal, dreamy facet of manufacturing. It has a really easy and nostalgic really feel too and the drums are actually groovy, not too heavy however simply has the proper punch behind them. Follow him on all social media platforms here.




Money Montage – Needed U The Most.

NY producer Money Montage exhibits up with a trippy file he calls “Needed U The Most”. The model he employs right here sees him mixing a sonorous RnB vocal pattern over hip-hop grooves however the kicker is the filter impact heard right here. That alone makes it fairly offbeat in a great way and offers it an outer-dimensional really feel.

“Needed U The Most”. is taken from his new instrumental album “LOVE OR LEAVE”




Sam Irving – Sing!

This is a reasonably stable effort from producer and singer-songwriter Sam Irving. Aptly titled “Sing!”, the instrumental is a mix of deep synths and darkish textures layered agaisnt a basic drum break (if you already know you already know). The observe is taken from his debut EP, “Gertrude” .





Crazyups – Stallin’..


Crazyups hits the mark on this new launch titled “Stallin'”. The former military veteran flips an obscure vocal pattern with a soothing backdrop and tossed it over stable drums. Totally sick stuff to be sincere.



Big O – In the Wind.


Big O helps shut this week’s record with an outstanding joint he calls “In the wind”. The observe has a uneven vibe and the drums would certainly preserve the heads bopping. Overall the vitality is solemn and considerably love-lorn too which makes for an ideal closing observe.  Get it on Spotify

“In the Wind” is a single to advertise an upcoming EP by the London-based, American producer.