The Wolf’s Howl |15M|

Welcome back to this collection of the most chill picks of all. Today we’ve got: Ambience. Atmosphere. Lush vibes. Psychedelia. You name it.

But before listening to any of the music in this article, I recommend you to plug in your best set of headphones/earphones/speakers/whatever you use for blasting good music because this article is a different experience. And you’ll know when you really listen ūüôā

KUńĆKA – Honey (medasin redo):

Artist(s):¬†KUńĆKA, medasin

Album: Honey Remixed РEP

Year: 2016

Genre(s): Electronic, Future Beat, Future Funk

Thoughts: With this serene rework of¬†KUńĆKA’s¬†Honey, medasin¬†has created a good name for himself. This was the track that got me into the artist; it was when I first discovered him on SoundCloud while I was, you know, looking for an escape from my assignments like any normal person.¬†Honey, being an already smooth song was made even better by the jazzy chords and kicks.

Rating: 5/7

Hibernation РBrennan Henderson 

Artist(s): Brennan Henderson

Album: Never Been Cool

Year: 2017

Genre(s): Dance, electronic

Thoughts:¬†It’s my first time coming across Henderson, who I discovered through¬†Clairo, an artist featured previously in this series. Quite a new take on electronic music, this track and all I can say is that for me, the music sounds quite similar to that of¬†Cashmere Cat, another experimental musician who has been in the spotlight for the past few years now.

Rating: 5/7

I Don’t Wanna Love You – June One Kim, Krystal:

Artist(s): June One Kim, Krystal

Album:¬†I Don’t Wanna Love You (Single)

Year: 2017

Genre(s): Hip-hop, Electro Pop

Thoughts:¬†First of all, I was really excited for this song to come out because two well-known artists, June One Kim of Glen Check and Krystal of¬†f(x),¬†collaborated¬†to¬†create¬†this¬†song, topping it off with a¬†mind-blowing music video. So Indie. (By the way, I was screaming at the top of my lungs at how aesthetically pleasing everything in this video is. I mean, it’s Krystal Jung’s after all.)

This vibed out production is so different of what is expected of artists coming from famous K-Pop groups, but then what else can be expected from (Korean) artists who keep on creating unbelievably good music, am I right?

Rating:¬†7/7 (I would have given it more but since there’s a boundary, I sadly can’t)


You can look forward to more songs like these, and feel free to drop comments and suggestions ūüôā




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