5 Chill Electronic Tracks to Listen to This Week

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Check out our top 5 picks for the best electronic tracks to listen to this week. Whether you’re looking for something to relax to or get pumped up for your day, we’ve got you covered.


It’s been a long week, and you deserve some time to relax. Whether you’re kicking back on the couch or taking a break from work, these five tracks offer the perfect soundscape for chilling out. Curated by emerging electronic artist chiil said, this list spans a variety of genres within the electronic realm, from ambient to future bass. So sit back, relax, and enjoy some quality tunes.

“Breathe” by Odesza

Odesza is a Seattle-based duo made up of Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight. Their music is a beautifully textured mix of live instrumentation and electronic production, resulting in an atmospheric and emotionally engaging listening experience.

“Breathe” is a stand-out track from their latest album, A Moment Apart. The song begins with a simple piano melody, accompanied byKnight’s ethereal vocals. This poignant intro sets the stage for the track’s emotional journey, as it steadily builds to a soaring climax.

If you’re looking for something to help you relax and unwind this week, “Breathe” is the perfect track for you.

“Higher Ground” by Tchami

If you’re looking for a new chill track to help you relax this week, look no further than “Higher Ground” by Tchami. This atmospheric track features ethereal vocals, dreamy synths, and a gentle beat that will lull you into a state of total relaxation.

“I Remember” by Deadmau5

If you’re a fan of electronic music, you’ll definitely want to check out these five chill tracks that are perfect for any occasion. From the classic sound of Deadmau5 to the more modern vibes of Kygo, there’s something for everyone in this list.

1. “I Remember” by Deadmau5
2. “For What It’s Worth” by LDNMafia
3. “Permanence” by Jeremy Olander
4. “In My Arms” by Kygo ft. Ella Henderson
5. “Home” by Disclosure ft. Sam Smith

“Never Say Die” by Black Sun Empire

‘Never Say Die’ by Black Sun Empire is a track that perfectly epitomises the title. With its driving, dark bassline and relentless energy, it’s a track that will definitely keep you on your toes. The UK-based trio are no stranger to the world of dark, drum and bass driven electronica, and this track is a perfect example of their signature sound.

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