Kun EP- Luxas

Have you heard of Gramatik’s Lowtemp label? Luxas has just released an EP called “Kun”  which consists of five ambient electronic tracks. If you are a fan of Portishead or Massive Attack, it’s your lucky day.

Space suit is on, stoke level is high, I am ready for blast off into outer space. I have always dreamt of walking on the moon, dancing in the stars and finding another planet full of life. Time to explore, see what we can find as we float around the galaxies. First the moon, as I have always found it so beautiful and magical. As I dance across it, my foot prints remain, there is no wind to blow them away. It’s everything I wanted and more. Onto the planets, is there life like I imagine? Where are these so-called “aliens”?  l come across one, full of animals that can talk and no wi-fi or internet can be found. Everyone is talking and having a good time. There are gardens everywhere, fresh food at your fingertips. Am I in the future or the past? What planet is this? I am getting hungry from looking at all the delicious fruit. I guess it’s time to head home, back to reality I go.

Are you ready to close your eyes, blast off and let your mind go free? For twenty minutes and thirty seconds this EP takes you on your own journey wherever that may be. Let your mind go and soul soar as Luxas guides you to the land where dreams become reality.

Sweet Dreams!



This track will bring you to your knees with pleasure. The vocals are incredibly on point, the basslines and smooth electronic vibe make it sensual. Masterfully crafted into a swanky – sexy – soulful 3:02 minutes. Moodlite has basically no bio or information on the world wide web, but I will say they rep a vibe which flows like Marian Hill mixed with Goldbloc. All that has been revealed is that behave was “written by Katie Schwiener and arranged and produced by Evan Fleming, Tor Carlson, EJ Orschel & Jacob Shafi.” As always, give them a follow on Soundcloud: Moodlite &  allow this beauty to guide you into your weekend with grace and style.

xx- Whit


Medication – Nick Murphy (Chet Faker)

Chet Faker has been a massive presence in the downtempo/electronica scene since 2012 – and a the singer/songwriter from Melbourne Australia . This track is fresh off the press 10 hours ago and it just fit my vibe perfectly today. Sometimes all you want is a little medication to numb the emotions, or you want be the medication so he can be the patient. Regardless of the fight you fight, this song flows well with it’s message & filled me with a touch of connective-emotion, those lingering feelings like you aren’t alone.

Sit back and enjoy – Whit

A Moment Apart – ODESZA


Odesza is so well known, they barely need introduction. This duo is from Seattle and was formed in 2012 by Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight. These dude met in their first year of University where they were studying math, physics and graphic design (Nerds). Fun fact, they named themselves after Mill’s uncle’s sunken vessel where all but two perished in the incident.

This album is their third, and it debuted September 8th.  The tracks have such a wide variation in sounds, vibes, and flow. Sprinkled in this album are some big name collaborations like Leon Bridges and Regina Spektor, which add to the smooth but vast sounds. Odesza has a distinct flavor and these 16 tracks DEFINITELY do not disappoint. A Moment Apart makes me feel like I am dancing under a starlit sky while twirling barefoot in a rose garden. If you need some vibes to smooth out the kinks of your daily grind – this album is for you.

Spread Love – Light – & Gratitude.

xx- Whit

Thru Tel Aviv – Kutiman

Well, the YouTube rabbit hole pulled through for me yet again. This time I discovered one of the coolest music/video montages of all time. Ophir Kutiel [AKA Kutiman] is a musician, composer, producer and animator from Israel who started learning instruments at the age of 6. In 2006, he was signed to German music label Melting Pot Music (which also hosts numerous other notable tune-smiths like Suff Daddy, The Hi-Hat Club, and FloFilz) and in 2009 he released “Thru You,” an online music video project featuring a mash up of samples from numerous YouTube videos. The project received more than 10 million views in just over two weeks, which is insane in YouTube terms. Along with Tel Aviv, there are also videos of Hamburg, Israel, Krakow, Istanbul, Tokyo, and Jerusalem. Each one has a distinct flair, incorporating musicians from those places and echoing the traditional style of music that at some point in human history was only heard live.

This video is so much fun, and the music that accompanies it is incredibly unique. It’s not often you get to hear a Hang drum, synthesizer, electric Saz, MPC machine, Clave blocks, a brass section, vinyl scratching, didgeridoo, AND throat singing in one song. If you have an hour to kill, check out this guy’s YouTube channel as well. The videos really make the songs come alive and I can’t imagine how much work goes into every single project this guy takes on. For that I thank you, Kutiman.

Also, in the hour or six you spend in the Youtube rabbit hole, check out another project he was a part of at mixthecity.com. It’s a fully interactive website that allows you to choose from different cities and produce your own mixes from the existing samples. Go pretend to be a DJ for a bit!

Peace – Keto