Over an hour of the chillest tunes you’ll hear all year. Lie back, put your feet up and reeeellllaxxx. Ahh that’s better. Continue reading
A one-hour bi-polar combination of mellow and madness; Ambient and Dubstep. Featuring James Keyworth playing keys on Bloom and an insane remix of Underworld’s Rez!
The product of a mornings play with my 20 month old son and Bloom for iOS. James loves playing with Bloom and so I recorded one of his jams and made it into an Ambient track. It’s very very chilled indeed – definitely one for bedtime 😉
Hot on the heels of the latest down-tempo Heavenly mix for chilling in the garden, here’s one for bedtime…….sleeping of course…what did you think I meant?
There are some lovely floaty ambient tracks nested in this set along with some classic trip-hop from Groove Armada and old-school jazz funk from The James Taylor Quartet, not to mention plenty of orchestral strings, swirly pads, lazy beats and ….err…tweeting birds!
I absolutely love creating chill mixes like this; the tracks on it are just simply gorgeous and certainly help relax and take the edge off a crap day. I hope you enjoy it.
Whether you’ve had a hard day at work and need to relax or had a even harder night and can’t sleep, the Frozen series full of super-chilled, whacked-out Ambient delights is designed specifically for this sole purpose.
Currently without track listings, this mix is still a very nice way to spend 80 minutes. It’s choc-full of delicious atmospheric Ambient, mellow acoustics, sweeping pad chords and even a bit of thunder & lightning.
Track 4 features a cover version of a track by Soulstice called Lovely, produced by yours truly and sung by Sarah Jane Russell, a good friend of mine.
If you’ve had a hard night out, this may just be the very thing you need to get you off to sleep 😉
Picture this: it’s 1993, it’s late, I have two turntables, a CD player and two tape decks all wired into the mixer. I’ve lined up the weirdest list of tracks I can find and I’ve dug out a Flash Gordon movie soundtrack tape, a sound effects album, a whole heap of samples and a couple of very warped records.
These mixes, remastered from old tapes, are rather odd, but a very early and original concept for a chill out album – plus it was all recorded live in one take with up to four sound sources playing at once!