As the weather gets cooler, we have some chill new tracks to spice up your already pumpkin spiced October! This month has seen quite a lot of new songs and remixes from Dillon Francis, Kygo, Cheat Codes, DVBBS, Martin Garrix, NGHTMRE, Gryffin and more. And not only that, we also have a variety of genres like progressive house, house, dubstep, trap and electronic music.
He released his debut album, Sunrise, at the beginning of the month and next month he’s touring the country on his Sunrise to Sunset Tour; Sam Feldt is definitely on a roll. Known for his deep house and tropical sound, Sam Feldt’s new album is nothing short of that: it’s both uplifting and spreads good vibes all around. One of the tracks on the album is actually a nice chill cover of La Bouche’s 1995 hit, “Be My Lover.” Talk about a throwback!
Adding to the list of mellow sounding albums this month, twenty year old Austrian music producer, filous, also released a new EP, For Love, which features vocals from Mat Kearney, klei and Emily Warren. It’s truly a beautiful electronic album that pairs a bunch of different sounds with heartfelt lyrics that hit you right in the feels.
Get a behind the scenes look at how filous makes his songs:
Talking about young talent, Chelsea Cutler, whose vocals have been featured in songs by Quinn XCII, ayokay, Louis The Child, Kidwaste and Adventure Club, also released an EP this month called Snow In October. It features all of her original songs including “Your Shirt,” which passed over twenty million streams on Spotify last month. Being the ever gracious artist she is, Chelsea Cutler, shared an acoustic version of it as a thank you to her fans.
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Watch her acoustic performance here:
So find a cuddle buddy, wrap yourself up in a big ol’ blanket and enjoy some of the newest and chillest tracks from this month!