Happy new year! Starting up again after the holidays is stressful so, we thought, why not immerse ourselves in blissful beats? We’d love your ideas for things to play too – just email music@helpmechill.com

Marga Sol – Under The Sun

Let’s start with a classic Balearic sound, tunes about love, sunsets and palm trees, and track 12 – “Changes” – which has a perfect new year, new start feel.

 

Yaima – Antidote

There is an elemental, new age feel to this collection of soundscapes and songs.

 

Forteba/Krisztian Dobrocsi – By Bike

Lounge music direct from Hungary.

 

Charles & The Fury – Solar Moon

We normally don’t follow much news on Chill, but space is always inspiring, so yay for going to the moon.

 

DJ Rostej – My Ideal of Perfection

Latest chilled tune from Russia with a classic feel.

 

 

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 – Comfortable
Alberto Giurioli – Nightfall
Benjamin Francis Leftwich – Gratitude
Blue Wednesday – Middle School
Bruno Sanfilippo – Pianette (album)
NEW Charles & The Fury – Solar Moon
Chris Coco Sacha Puttnam – The Beauty Is In The Falling (EP)
Chronotope Project – Lotus Rising
delayde – Old Hours
NEW DJ Rostej – My Ideal of Perfection
Emmit Fenn – Yellow
Endless Melancholy – Fragments Of Scattered Whispers
Firas Tarhini – Ikigai (EP)
NEW Forteba/Krisztian Dobrocsi – By Bike
Gold Lounge – Follow The Wind (2018 rework)
H.1 – Again
H.E.R. – Carried Away / Hard Place
Hiroshi Ebina – Bergen
Jens Buchert – Skyflow
Lars Lentz – Candle
LeSage – Mire
Limes – Slices EP
Loner – Light Works
NEW Marga Sol – Changes
mommy x Philanthrope – Inaudible (album)
Monma, Misha & Jussi Halme – Brazil
Ô Lake – Holocene
Sid Sriram – It Isn’t True
Skinshape – I Didn’t Know
Snakestyle – Lost Contact Part 1
Snorri Hallgrimsson – Orbit Reworked
Thomas Lemmer & Andreas Bach – Sweet Lullaby
NEW Yaima – Antidote (album)

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2 thoughts on “New to Chill, January 5 2019

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  1. R A Richmond 5 months ago

    I was an avid listener of Chill, on my DAB radio, in my old home in Hertfordshire but, now I’ve moved to the Borders and cannot receive your signal. I am 76 years of age and not into online listening; it would be great if you could expand your transmissions into this area.

    1. bernleckie 5 months ago

      Hello! Sorry that we don’t have plans to broadcast on DAB in your new home area. Online listening is getting a bit easier thanks to smart speakers, smart TVs and smart phones, but we know they aren’t to everyone’s tastes. If you’d like to ask other non-DAB listeners how they like to listen, you’d be welcome at our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/chillradio