Top instrumental submissions EP3 Oct 2021

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond


 

We at TWIB are tasked with bringing you the best of the best on our weekly lists. Submissions come from around the globe and trust when we say only the cream of the crop will be selected. As usual, sit back relax and enjoy the latest sounds from the most talented producers, and don’t forget to show them some love by following them on all social media platforms

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Documentalz – “Cyprian”

“Cyprian” is an eclectic and off-beat instrumental from the Documentalz. The piece is a mix of some guitar riffs, heavy basslines, ominous choral samples and punchy drums that ebb and flow with bass drops.

 

 

Mvdk x grmmr.126 – “Nina”

“‘Nina'” is a laidback lofi joint by Mvdk and Grmmr.126 who make use of a jazzy, lush and warm basslines and dusty piano chords track with silky horns to complete the job.

Get it on SpotifySoundCloudApple MusicYouTubeDeezer.

 

Terror Firma x Sivion – “Murky”

Terror Firma links with Sivion for his new release titled “Murky.” The track is a perfect blend of retro jazz with lo-fi sensibilities. From the punchy drum breaks, lively horns, and dusty chords, the duo brings a refreshing vibe to the forefront. “Murky” is taken from Terror Firma’s new EP of the same name. Stream it here.

 

 

Michael Giordano x Frank Campbell – “Dream Snatcher”

Michael Giordano and Frank Campbell caught our ears with their new collaboration titled “Dream Snatcher.” A soothing and reflective piece ripe with soft drums, layered nostalgia-inducing strings and pads.

Get it on  Apple MusicDeezer.

 

 

 

J. Russell Presents – “City Folk”

Oakland, CA Producer/Composer J. Russell thrills us with his take on electronic jazz/soul style with this instrumental titled “City Folk.” The arrangement is quite eclectic and it’s punchy to the core with it’s impro style synths and moody textures.

 

Get it on SoundCloudApple MusicYouTube, Deezer.

 

Trashbbx – “Final Hour”

“Final Hour” is a somber heartfelt instrumental from German producer Trashbbx who takes us back in time with this sublime production. From the solemn strings, smooth low bass, and a head-nodding boom bap drum groove to complete the mission.

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The BREED & Funky Notes – “Summer to Fall”

 

German instrumentation band The BREED & Funky Notes share their new release”Summer to Fall.” As the title suggests, it’s a mix of summer vibes and genres from soul and improv jazz. From the warm bassline, lush horns and alluring chords, there is so much to unpack on this one.

 

 

FRANZ – “Origin”

 

FRANZ comes through with “Origin” a new single that is ripe with smooth guitar riffs, nostalgic textures, and layered sounds over solid drum grooves.

Saumit. x No Mic – “Dreamlike”

 

German producer Saumit. teams up with No Mic for this surreal piece titled “Dreamlike.” The instrumental is dynamic and exudes a cinematic vibe as it slowly builds up into a reflective soundscape laced with nostalgic textures and crunchy drums.

 

 

Trashbbx – “Honestly”

 

German producer Trashbbx showcases his style on “Honestly” and delivers a classic boom-bap sound. He makes use of a pitched-down vocal sample, moody textures, and a prominent bassline to complete the job.

Get it on  Apple MusicYouTubeDeezer.

 

Crafty 893 – XxXxXx”

South-London grime artist, MC, producer, and creative vanguard Crafty 893  is preparing to release his new instrumental LP Weapon X and in the interim, he shares a new instrumental titled “XxXxXx / XxXxXxX.” The track is a frenzied piece made up of dark synths, a recurring vocal sample, and punchy drums to match. Weapon X showcases Crafty’s versatility as a producer and effortless ability to switch it up between rap, grime, trap, and UKG, while still bringing his own twist to each genre. The tracklist and song titles on the album are numerically formed around the concept X.

 

Ab The Audicrat – “Velma”

 

Ab The Audicrat shares the new release “Velma” which serves as the intro to his new EP Something You Would Like. The track has a retro horn-driven sample and punchy drums to match.

Get it on YouTubeApple Music,  Deezer

 

 

dupre – “kickback”

Emerging electronic music producer dupre caught our ears with his new effort titled “kickback,” a synth-driven beat ripe with a dynamic soundscape and engaging elements.

Get it on SoundCloudApple MusicYouTubeSpotifyDeezer

 

Dal Bosco & König – “Edgar”

German production duo Dal Bosco & König make their entry on our list with this mid-tempo but dramatic beat titled “Edgar.” From pulsating bass synths, moody textures, and punchy percussion-driven drums, it’s quite hard to box this into a genre but it really strikes a chord when you play it. It’s like a blend of the 80s with a modern-day twist

Capsvl – “Talkin'”

 

Capsvl returns to our list this week with something cinematic and refreshing titled “Talkin’.” From the moody pads, thick basslines, and punchy drums, he adds some off-kilter sound scaps into the mix and the result is dope and engaging.

Get it on YouTubeApple MusicDeezer

 

 

SoBe – “West Bay”

SoBe caught our ears with his new release “West Bay” a smooth R&b infused beat ripe with lush ambient guitars, moody textures, and soft drum grooves. It’s a perfect addition to your relaxing playlist.
Get it on Apple MusicYouTubeDeezer

 

kBeats x Picture talk x Stardog lofi – “you’re in my head”

 

The trio of kBeats, Picture talk, Stardog lofi team up to deliver some somber and soulful goodness titled “you’re in my head.” The engaging beat is ripe with soft melodic tones, lush guitar riffs, smooth drums, and dreamy keys as well. “you’re in my head” is off the ‘Stardog lofi fall album’ compilation

 

Levi.Sct – “BRAHMS IN BRONX”

 

Classically trained pianist/producer Levi.Sct bridges the old and new on his aptly titled beat titled “BRAHMS IN BRONX” which blends the classic piano chords from Brahms and layered them over thick trap drum grooves.

Get it on YouTubeApple MusicDeezer

IRON&STEEL – “Hollywood Blvd ’53”

 

Chemistry teacher/producer IRON&STEEL makes his entry on our list with this genre-bending beat “Hollywood Blvd ’53” which flips lofi-piano elements and R&B sensibilities. The beat is quite dynamic and has quite a handful of changes from soothing vocal chops, somber textures and chords, and punchy drum grooves.

Get it on SoundCloud, YouTube

 

David Walke – “Guess Again”

Newcomer David Walke thrills us with “Guess Again” a feel-good track built on lush textures, silky guitar riffs, and a neck-moving drum groove to match.

Get it on Apple MusicYouTube

 

Groove. – “CallMeAnUber(BarClosingSoon)”

 

Groove. helps wrap up this week’s playlist with “CallMeAnUber(BarClosingSoon)”. A mellow relaxing beat that is ripe with soothing and nostalgic textures. This is the 2nd single he is releasing with Chill Moon Music.
Get it on Apple MusicDeezerYouTube.

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