Two study beat chill tracks with: Tryptabeats, and Broey. x Linearwave #Chill

Time to tackle hump day with some chilled beats courtesy of Tryptabeats, and Broey. x Linerwave.

Tryptabeats is from Canada but self-describes as “living abroad..” And a musical journey that, “Started out on guitar, drums and bass, rocking, playing metal/emo/screamo. Now making beats!” Maybe that path explains why From The 6 is not your usual jazz influenced set of beats. It’s richer and more complex than that.

From The 6 (perhaps a reference to Toronto) uses backwards sounds alongside low slow beats to give the track an otherworldly air. This is a woozy psychedelic disorientation of a track. It deliciously keeps you off balance and offers a bit of a K hole experience. Dive in.

Broey. x Linearwave is a US/Brazil collaboration. They say, “We’re just having fun sharing our ideas with each other and seeing what comes of it! (:””

The track is Finding The Path (The Magician). It’s a dreamy type of track. The lead is shared between piano and guitar. It’s a little jazzy but mostly just chilled daydreaming. Beats metronomically come along for the ride.

The track title is a reference to the Magician card in tarot divination. They explain that, “When the Magician appears in a spread, it points to the talents, capabilities, and resources at the querent’s disposal to succeed. The message is to tap into one’s full potential rather than holding back, especially when there is a need to transform something.” To be honest, this track less made me want to find my potential than to fritter it in a sunny haze with my feet up. It’s really that sort of delicious track.

~ by acidted on April 28, 2021.

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