New to Chill, June 22 2019

Is it chill o’clock yet? Yes it is. Here’s the music we’re adding this weekend to celebrate. If you have more suggestions and finds, please email music@helpmechill.com

Holy Hive – Oh I Miss Her So

Soulful and summery.

Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society – She Brought The Sun (Alucidnation remix)

Spacey and magical (and from our own weekend show producer Alucidnation!)

Chillhop Essentials Summer 2019

Chillhoppy and comprehensive.

Penelope Trappes – Redeux

Warm and uplifting.

Coskun – Clouds

Soft and sunshiney.

Our most played tracks this week

Below is the latest list of our featured tracks to look out for on Chill. We’ll have another update next week. Thanks for chilling with us! – Bern Leckie

Aeris Roves – Don’t Ask
Allem Iversom – Gray
Blnkspc_ – Quietly
NEW Chillhop Essentials – Summer 2019 (album)
Chris Coco – Indigo (album)
NEW Coskun – Clouds
CrazyJaZz – My Son
Daigo Hanada – Under The Starry Sky
NEW Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society – She Brought The Sun (Alucidnation remix)
Duo Del Mar – Guajira Para Julio
DJ Yoda – Thornton Heath
Endemico – Want To Go Back To That Day
NEW Holy Hive – Oh I Miss Her So
innrVoice – Rise
Jonathan E. Blake – Elara
MVS – Lonely Molecule
Neveready feat. Charlotta Kerbs – Return Of The Birds
Niquo – Rest Easy
NEW Penelope Trappes – Redeux (album)
saib. – Coral Dreams
Scrimshire feat. Georgia Anne Muldrow – Thru You
Sheltered Solitude – Dawning
SVNSET WAVES – Winter Winds vol. 6 (album)
The Beloved – Awoke
The Cinematic Orchestra – To Believe (album)
Thomas Lemmer & Andreas Bach – Cozy Days
Tom Adams – Particle VI (Shadow & Light)
Tomotsugu Nakamura – Ripples
Toonorth – Effervescent
Unusual Cosmic Process – Spacetime (album)
Wurrm – Nocturne

New to Chill, June 15 2019

Whether you’re following the football, cheering at the cricket or just avoiding anything competitive and stressful this weekend, we’ve got music to help you chill. If you have more suggestions and finds, please email music@helpmechill.com

Allem Iversom – Notes

Mellow and reflective and piano-based, this is the gentlest lo-fi chillhop.

Unusual Cosmic Process – Spacetime

Ethereal and beautiful, this mind expanding soundtrack is probably the first attempt we’ve heard to interpret musically the works of Albert Einstein.

Jonathan E. Blake – Elara

More space age inspiration, from the forthcoming album “The Fellowship of Jupiter”.

MVS – Lonely Molecule

Gentle and uplifting to help you soar above stress.

Sheltered Solitude – Dawning

A shimmery guitar piece that’s simple, soothing and beautifully played.

Our most played tracks this week

Below is the latest list of our featured tracks to look out for on Chill. We’ll have another update next week. Thanks for chilling with us! – Bern Leckie

Aeris Roves – Don’t Ask
NEW Allem Iversom – Notes
Blnkspc_ – Quietly
Chillhop Essentials – Spring 2019 (album)
Chris Coco – Indigo (album)
CrazyJaZz – My Son
Cynabel – The Journey Home
Daigo Hanada – Under The Starry Sky
De Wilde Ruimte (soundtrack album)
Duo Del Mar – Guajira Para Julio
DJ Yoda – Thornton Heath
Ed Carlsen – Yearn
Endemico – Want To Go Back To That Day
innrVoice – Rise
NEW Jonathan E. Blake – Elara
NEW MVS – Lonely Molecule
Neveready feat. Charlotta Kerbs – Return Of The Birds
Niquo – Rest Easy
Richard Luke – Glass Island (album)
saib. – Coral Dreams
Scrimshire feat. Georgia Anne Muldrow – Thru You
NEW Sheltered Solitude – Dawning
SVNSET WAVES – Winter Winds vol. 6 (album)
The Beloved – Awoke
The Cinematic Orchestra – To Believe (album)
Thomas Lemmer & Andreas Bach – Cozy Days
Tom Adams – Particle VI (Shadow & Light)
Tomotsugu Nakamura – Ripples
Toonorth – Effervescent
NEW Unusual Cosmic Process – Spacetime (album)
Wurrm – Nocturne

New to Chill, June 8 2019

Rain is not going to stop us playing this weekend. Here are the new tunes we’ve found to help us chill. If you have more suggestions and finds, please email music@helpmechill.com

Scrimshire – Listeners

Soulful songs with a hint of jazz, the perfectly chilled summer festival sound.

saib. – Mangroves

Moroccan chillhop blending electric guitar with organic grooves.

Wurrm – Nocturne

Something a little darker, with shades of a futuristic film noir soundtrack, it’s evocative and soft enough to help us chill.

Neveready feat. Charlotta Kerbs – Return Of The Birds

Soulful vocals, sultry saxophones, tick, tick.

Our most played tracks this week

Below is the latest list of our featured tracks to look out for on Chill. We’ll have another update next week. Thanks for chilling with us! – Bern Leckie

Aeris Roves – Don’t Ask
Aso – Home (album)
Blnkspc_ – Quietly
Chillhop Essentials – Spring 2019 (album)
Chris Coco – Indigo (album)
Christoffer Franzen – Mountain
CrazyJaZz – My Son
Cynabel – The Journey Home
Daigo Hanada – Under The Starry Sky
De Wilde Ruimte (soundtrack album)
Duo Del Mar – Guajira Para Julio
DJ Yoda – Thornton Heath
Ed Carlsen – Yearn
Endemico – Want To Go Back To That Day
Harry Fenn – Mirrors
Haythem Mahbouli – Catching Moments in Time (album)
innrVoice – Rise
Liam Thomas – Go Above
NEW Neveready feat. Charlotta Kerbs – Return Of The Birds
Niquo – Rest Easy
Richard Luke – Glass Island (album)
NEW saib. – Coral Dreams
NEW Scrimshire feat. Georgia Anne Muldrow – Thru You
SVNSET WAVES – Winter Winds vol. 6 (album)
The Beloved – Awoke
The Cinematic Orchestra – To Believe (album)
Thomas Lemmer & Andreas Bach – Cozy Days
Tom Adams – Particle VI (Shadow & Light)
NEW Tomotsugu Nakamura – Ripples
Toonorth – Effervescent
NEW Wurrm – Nocturne