It won’t be fair not to show love to the cats that work behind the boards. Cats whose soundscapes help push hip-hop to loft heights. So in the same vein, this weekly list sheds light on budding and even established producers who continue to push the envelope for the culture. So sit back relax and get familiar with these producers.
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Daddy Who – “Sweat”
Daddy Who’s new beat entry “Sweat” has a calming feel and it’s also somewhat upbeat too. It’s a nice mix of Lo-fi hip-hop and boombap. “Sweat” is the new single from Daddy Who’s EP ‘Diary Of A Fatman‘
Get it on Apple /Deezer/ Spotify
Big O – Summer In The Park.
Big O kicks off with a summer tinged gem titled “Summer In The Park”. Like the title says, it takes the listener back to good times when there was little to no worries to think about. It’s very innocent and heartwarming if you asked us. “Summer In The Park” is the second single off of the experimental hip hop instrumental album “Between Memories & Choices.” The album is now available on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal and etc!
Get it on Bandcamp and Apple Music.
Hang Øver – “Summer Breeze”
“Summer Breeze” is a smooth, chillhop beat by producer Hang øver who makes his debut on our list. He blends ethereal sounding Rhodes with a lush electric guitar and some electronic elements to match. Hit the play button and get familiar.
Get it on Spotify. and
Squareface – “Bring the Vibe”
Producer Squareface sends some mellow vibes out way in the form of his new beat “Bring The Vibe”. The track has a nice mix of obscure vocal samples, lush keys and rolling drums that tie everything together. You can also get it on Spotify below.
Wffls – Seeurvision (feat. Marissa Kall).
Wffls brings us close to his vision on his new instrumenntal titled “Seeurvision”. The record is a reflective piece built on a transfixing piano riff that cascades the head-nodding drum patterns while Marissa Kall‘s live horns add a nice touch to finesse it all. Thematically, “Seeurvision” explores themes of self-realization and manifestation, encapsulating the feeling of freedom that comes from chasing one’s dream unencumbered by doubt or uncertainty.
“Seeurvision” is the final single from Wffls’ upcoming instrumental album, Nightsalone: Redwoods, Vol. 1, which will be released on all digital music platforms on Friday, August 23rd, 2019. Wffls, aka TMLO, is a music producer & DJ from Tacoma, WA by way of Cary, North Carolina. Get it on Spotify.
Botanik makes his mark on our list with “Vineyard Lane”. The track is a smooth ethereal track featuring Motown horn sections and dusty hip-hop vibes with some atmospheric synths.
Get it on Spotify // SoundCloud // Apple Music //
13thousand. – “cigars”
TWIB stalwart 13thousand returns with an anthemic piece titled “cigars” which sees the rising producer switch things up with big horns and a thick brass stab. Get it on Spotify
Glimlip – “all I need”
Glimlip shares another solid cut titled “all i need” which blends a healthy dose of organic and electronic sounds together. Ultimately exuding a funky lo-fi vibe that will keep your heads bopping from start to finish.
Get it on Spotify.
“Is This It?” is the newest release from Red the Chef who goes for a more solemn reflective vibe. Using reflective jazz-chords and a laid back drum break to match, the listener gets a full scope of the producer’s relaxing soundscape crafted the best hands. Red the Chef is a versatile producer from CT.
Seb Zillner & Feux & Kalifornia Kurt – “Wiley”
Once again multi-instrumentalist Seb Zillner links up with Vienna based production duo made up of Feux & Kalifornia Kurt on his new effort titled “Wiley”. The result is a potpourri of eclectic sounds and elements ranging from jazz, experimental electronic music accentuated by cinematic textures and an infectious flute that runs through the beat.
Get it on Apple Music
Edgar Cards – “Are They Gone”
South Cali producer Edgar Cards shares his new single “Are They Gone” as he prepares for his upcoming EP. “Are They Gone” has a very off-kilter feel and its very cinematic too. He blends a nice touch of live production and minds gripping effects to match on this one. He adds that “Are They Gone” is about dealing with progressing from self-isolation and trying to grow and deal with his demons from the past
“Are They Gone” is from Cards’ EP Recluse.
get it on Bandcamp below