Music Genre

Lazy Vibes – Nightfall (Spotify)

“- Nightfall- the right moment to walk around and explore our favorites spots with our pet friend together, release out all stress, reset for the next day. This is what Lazy Vibes offer us here with his lush lofi, chill hop vibes. Listen and Relax!”

-Nagamag.com

A calm relaxing chill track that builds up with acoustic guitar background and piano playing a simple relaxing melody. The ambience is that of nightfall.

Lazy Vibes provides original Lo-Fi Chill Hop music inspired by nature and anime soundtrack. The music is perfect for relaxing and studying. The band began releasing singles on Spotify in 2020. Singles from the Album "Retro Nostalgia" were released in June 2020. For more info

www.instagram.com/lazy_vibes_music/

Rosehip – Roses (Spotify)

“Roses for everything, Roses fix your mood. Roses are red and full of funkiness. Roseship knows that in first hand and through its sensual guitar performance and lush grooves, provide us a beautiful chill atmosphere.”

-Nagamag.com

Roses is a classic Chill-hop track with catchy riffs and an infectious groove. Take a journey into sunshine, blossoms and summer love with the sound of sweet guitars, chill beats and a funky af bassline...

Sunflower dew drops dripping off woodland dreams like baubles, caressed by summer, punctuated by dandelion puffballs. Wrens capsize magenta petalled rose buds into the wild meadowy chasm of ivy kingdoms - 'Nectar' by Kali Derra (featured on artwork)

soundcloud.com/rosehipmusicuk

Pushing Chillhop into new soundscapes, Rosehip embodies chill beats, deep basslines and vibrant synths.

Featured on playlists such as 'Lo-Fi Beats' by Spotify, Rosehip takes inspiration from the laidback grooves of Pandrezz and Glimlip, whilst aspiring to the electronic sound design of quickly, quickly and Flume. His music continuously grows into it's meditative and psychedelic sound.

A bass player from London with a background in classical and jazz, he can often be found composing, arranging and bringing together musical ideas and people. He has really found his groove in front of a laptop producing electronic music.

With an Autumn of releases ahead, it's never been a better time to sit back, relax and zone out to Rosehip’s chilled wavy sounds.

www.instagram.com/rosehipmusicuk/

Sbeady Interview on Nagamag

Chillhop


Nagamag:
What are the genres that describe better your music style?

Sbeady:
I never thought about my music in genres or at least subgenres, because it's obviously hip hop, that I make most of the time. Nevertheless, I would never limit myself to a genre. I'm influenced by everything that hits me and gives me emotions in whatever mood. But to be honest, currently I'm all into this lofi hip hop and chillhop thing. I really began to love this sound and I want to dig deeper into it, while keeping and pushing my own unique style and recognition value.


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Sbeady:
I started in the early 2000s after I were exposed to music production through a friend of mine. I was a huge hip hop fan, listening to non Phixion, Necro, Mobb Deep, Nas, Cage, Beatnuts and many others all the time, but also German acts like Kool Savas and Azad were running through my headphones frequently.
Over the time, the love for music got bigger and bigger. I made beats 24/7, skipped school to make music together with my friends which used to rap. We hung out and wrote songs as a crew in our own self made studio. Seriously the best time of my life. From time to time, I worked together with other underground acts. For example Millionadi, Peat38, Favourite and Casper. The last one became a bit more known some years later.
As time went by, the old crew drifted in different directions, people lived their own life. We stopped making music together. I took years off from music.
In 2016, I decided to make a beat album. Some turbulent private stuff came along, I needed a break again, so that I eventually finished it at the beginning of 2020. The kind people at the independent label "Vinyl Digital" gave me a chance, agreed to release it in May and I signed a contract there. To work with them is great and uncomplicated (Shout out to Julius).
Only after all that, I really came in contact with lofi hip hop and now here I am!


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

Sbeady:
The first real connection was in my early days as a rug rat. Hardly able to walk, my favourite thing to do at home was putting my dad’s headphones on and listen to his vinyl records. We lived in the former GDR - East Germany - and my dad used to buy his records on East Berlin black markets. He collected music, you normally couldn't get there, because it was forbidden. Blues, Rock and Metal bands were his favourites like Canned Heat, Deep Purple, Genesis, Metallica, Motörhead and Scorpions.
Since I was a small child, I loved to listen to these vinyl treasures and I still do to up until this very day when I dig samples out of the crackling and warm sounding records from the good old days.


Nagamag:
How do you aproach a new Song? Do you start with a beat or do you come with melody first and how do you go on from there?

Sbeady:
I always always start with the melody. Regardless if I start from scratch, have something in mind and begin to write some chords into the piano roll or if I listened to some vinyl records, found a lovely sample, chopped it and played around with the slices on my Maschine MK2. I always start with the melody or chord progression. Then I would add synths or other instruments and the bassline of course. The drums are usually the last thing I write into the song. I know many producers out there that start with the drums, but I never did because I have to feel the vibes the melodic parts give me, before I play the drums. Sometimes I write the whole song arrangement before I even choose the drum sounds.


Nagamag:
Would you ever consider having a feature on one of your tracks?

Sbeady:
As I used to produce beats for rappers and singers for many years and just started with lofi hiphop in 2020, I’m excited to work on my own and don't have to wait till vocals are written and recorded. I can just write the song, finish it on my own, produce the sound design, and release it whenever I want. I enjoy this freedom. But of course, when an artist catches my attention and we have somewhat of a connection, I'm happy to work with him. No matter if it's a rapper, singer, beat producer, pianist or other instrumentalist. If we click, we will rock!


Nagamag:
Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?

Sbeady:
Journey "Don't Stop Believin' "


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?

Sbeady:
Turnawai "honeymilk"

Discover & Listen to Sbeady

Sbeady on Spotify

Sbeady's Signature Track

Sbeady on Social Media

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Sbeady's Website

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FoePound Production – Snap, Crackle, Scepter (Spotify)

“In this chillhop new theme by FoePound Production, "Snap, Crackle, Scepter" you will found all the right laid back grooves, sweet bright melodies, vinyl crackling, addictive snare and an ongoing groove, set a right atmosphere to relax.”

-Nagamag.com

FoePound is an Atlanta based artist and Producer.
www.instagram.com/acoolassp/

Ivory! – Alone (Spotify)

“You will never be alone with this soulful lofi from Ivory!. The soft sound layering, the gentle groove and warm vocals gives a wonderful laid back experience.”

-Nagamag.com

The smooth singer-songwriter/drummer from Chicago, IL was born May 24, 1995. Ivory had started out drumming in churches at the age of 15. After graduating from college she started writing music for artists/bands. Genres are reggae and soul. Several of her songs have been on blogs such as Stereofox, Found, Obscure Sound, The Burning Ear, LA on lock and We love that sound. Alone had made it on Vinyl Moon Volume 32 in 2018.
www.instagram.com/lovegeminijustbecause/

Padre Tóxico Interview on Nagamag

Chillhop


Nagamag:
What are the genres that describe better your music style?

Padre Tóxico:
As my first love was hip-hop and 2nd electronica, therefore the outcome is often fusion of these two genres. But I don't like to keep only one direction. Very often during my recording sessions I sit down with an idea to make some hip-hop sounds and I finish with a minimal house or ambient joint. It might sound cheap but I follow my heart (or rather my ears).


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Padre Tóxico:
I have started in November 2019 having no experience at all, no much has changed since then :)
My only help what the fact that I through many years, have listened to thousands of different artists who composed various music genres. Thanks to that, I knew what I want to create.


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

Padre Tóxico:
Sure. I heard Snoop Doggy Dogg's "What's my name" on school corridor. That was the begining of my love for music. But I was a kid then, so it was mainly passive listetner. My urge to create appeared when I have started to consume music consciously and that began when I fell in love for the 2nd time - this time my chosen one was electronic music. Tracks from Jon Hopkins, Kiasmos, Stimming, Synkro, Lapalux, Aparde, Ross From Friends and Four Tet gave me natural high which has lasted till I bought my music gear.


Nagamag:
What is your favourite track off your "Mandala" album?

Padre Tóxico:
I would go with Dopamine Warmness and then Serotonin Reuptake.


Nagamag:
Do you plan to work with other artists?

Padre Tóxico:
Of course, I would love to. I already did "Summer in LA" with UK singer Pri. My dream is to make whole "Life Supplement" album a vocal fueled one - with a help from some hiphop and rnb artists, I hope one day that will happen.


Nagamag:
Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?

Padre Tóxico:
Jon Hopkins "Open Eye Signal"


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?

Padre Tóxico:
Kiasmos "Bent" and "Burnt" I love them both the same

Discover & Listen to Padre Tóxico

Padre Tóxico on Spotify

Padre Tóxico's Signature Track

Padre Tóxico on Social Media

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Padre Tóxico's Website

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Mark Generous – Meganne (Spotify)

Meganne' is an instrumental track with a chill jazz hop, lofi aesthetic which in his 2 minutes through his playful keys will tickle your ears and gives you good vibes. Wonderful groove!

Mark Generous is a Filipino-Canadian hip hop producer from Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. His sound revolves around sample-based hip hop beats which he creates on the Music Production Center (MPC) drum machine. With an innovative and scientific approach to music, Mark continues to diversify his sound – experimenting between traditional ‘boom bap’ style beats to a more modern wave of synth-heavy tracks.

Sbeady – Vincent & Carlo (Spotify)

Sbeady is an absolute family man and dedicates his new song to Vincent and Carlo, the two little boys on the cover. The producer from Krefeld has produced a very hopeful lofi beat, perfectly reflecting the innocence of the children with its loving piano melody and letting you always look positively into the future despite the difficult times

Zammy Oswald – City Zamba (Spotify)

A beautifyl jazzhop from Zamm Oswald to laid back and fix your mood.

Zammy Oswald is a Afro-Rican pianist and composer based in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. His use of impressionist harmony, inventive interpretation of traditional jazz repertoire, and block chords are inspired by jazz musicians such as Bill Evans. Zammy is currently collaborating with local artists and developing various compositions for his upcoming project.
linktr.ee/thatboyz1

Aiguille – Day and Night (Bandcamp)

Time is split in half. Half day and half night. Aiguille’s cohesive EP begins with the sun: “Daylight” and “Daydream”. We hear birds, running water, the globe in motion. “Day and Night”, the third track, satisfies the symmetry and sees the setting sun. The welcoming of the moon. The project’s final two tracks, “Nightfall” and “Nightglow”, expose the evening. We hear the twilight echoes. The animals active in the trees. It’s a rhythmic experience, enjoying 24 hours in under 15 minutes.

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