Chill Space Top Tracks April 2020
It is springtime and chill is in bloom. We’ve collected our favorite Chill tracks released in April 2020 into an exquisitely chilled playlist featuring a science fiction journey by Remote Vision, an experimental psychill/forest release by Greek artist Memorio, acoustic chill from guitarist Cloudchord, and an amazing debut EP from Filter Bear. Explore and enjoy!
Cloudchord – Have You Seen Her
“Have You Seen Her,” is a lofi stoner tropical hip hop joint, and the lead single for Cloudchord’s 4th album, “Reverence.”
Memorio – The Crematorium Gardens
An experimental, psybient, twilight EP By Greek artist Memorio – a voyage into the deep which explores the minds lost memories and how sound connects with visual imagery created by our very own mind and soul.
Remote Vision – Moebius Cube [EX]
Remote Vision is Don Tyler’s (Ascendant) new solo project featuring an atmospheric blend of deep cinematic space and minimal electronic ambience.
Filter Bear – Slowly Dip Your Dreams into the Sea
The staggering virtuosity of Michael Lokchin, better known by his stage name Filter Bear, has propelled him directly into the ranks of Sidney’s most credible electronic music producers. In 2020, Lokchin finally made his debut on Armadillo Records, the avant-garde label run by Guy J. All of the three tracks on this release feature Michael’s remarkable and original style of electronica, ranging from the highly intellectual opening “Slowly Dip Your Dreams into the Sea” to the nostalgic odyssey “Kind and Evergreen” and the notably emotional culmination on “Slowly Dip Your Dreams into the Sea” which awakens an old school ambient feel while still sounding contemporary and innovative.
Isostatic – A Moment of Calm in a Chaotic Sky
Soaring above the canopy of Woodland Structure, UK composer Sean Costello’s Isostatic project turns its gaze skyward with Cloud Forms. Inspired by the majestic, free-flowing skies above us, Isostatic creates a journey to the upper reaches of the atmosphere, deep into its mists and swirling vapours, exploring the ever-changing patterns of the clouds.
Dave Bessell – Codex
This latest downtempo electronica solo release sees Dave Bessell indulge his passion for literature in compositions inspired by the writings of Jorge Luis Borges, the Brothers Grimm and Lord Dunsany. The tracks are coloured with a strong flavour of magic realism – think “Pan’s Labyrinth” or “The Science Of Sleep”.
Moonkin & Dense – Intense Drift
A collaboration between new artist Moonkin from Sweden; and Dense from Germany. They teamed up to bring you this wonderful psychill album featuring both melodic ambient tunes and well-paced groovy beats. Progressive downtempo at its most accomplished.
Nebulon – Ark Descending
Space ambient thematically inspired by ’80s sci-fi, with musical infuences from Vangelis, Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, and Jim Kirkwood.
Soru – Cracks
Stepping into the kaleidoscopic realm of mid-tempo psychedelia, Israeli electronic producer Soru merges technical psytrance influences and groove-centric Western flavors in his debut EP, ‘Cracks.’
Martins Garden – Guinevere
Inspired by the Arthurian legend, Martins Garden takes us on a journey to times of myth and magic in his new musical story. Martins Garden presents epic soundscapes, moving motifs and smooth melodies, nature sounds and healing energies.
Read our previous Top Chill Space selection : https://trancentral.tv/2020/04/chill-space-top-tracks-march-2020/