The Chillwave/Glo-fi Authoritative Playlist

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This playlist contains many of the artists who have been associated with the ‘chillwave’ or ‘glo-fi’ moniker. Some artists might be on the edge, but this should give anyone a pretty good idea. Suggestions are encouraged! DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE CHILLWAVE GLO-FI PLAYLIST

Washed Out – Feel it All Around

Washed Out – Hold Out

Memory Tapes – Green Knight

Washed Out – Belong

Toro Y Moi – Talamak

Lemonade – Blissout

Toro Y Moi – Sad Sams

Neon Indian – Terminally Chill

Korallreven – Loved Up(Nhessingtons remix)

Neon Indian – 6669

Washed Out – Clap Intro

Space – Inner Voices

Reflex – Night Jam A

I Am the Cosmos – Remembering You

Mylo – Zenophile

Teengirl Fantasy – Portofino

Small Black – Bad Lover

Small Black – Despicable Dogs (Washed Out Remix)

Pnau – Baby (Breakbot Remix)

The Longcut – Repeated (Toro Y Moi Remix)

Javelin – Vibrationz

Toro Y Moi – Blessa

The Hood Internet – Feel it on the West Side (Birdman vs Washed Out)

Toro Y Moi – Human Nature

Cinnamon Chasers – Luv Deluxe

Memory Tapes – Run Out

Washed Out – You’ll See It

Washed Out – Lately

Pnau – With You Forever

Memory Tapes – Weird Machines

Washed Out – New Theory

Washed Out – Luck

Chris d’Eon – Factions

Washed Out – Feel It All Around (Toro Y Moi Remix)

Belong – Late Night

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8 Responses to “The Chillwave/Glo-fi Authoritative Playlist”

  1. Kacherskie Says:

    Dude you don’t have any neon indian

  2. Dance Music For People Too Fucked Up To Dance? « Tracks in Stacks Says:

    […] In many ways, glo-fi dominated the 2009 lists of with representation from some of the most successful acts in the curiously fresh sub-genre. While the trend in the indie world is to hop on this bandwagon and listen the shit out of these new, up and coming artists, the trend within the sound is an escape from the group dynamic of an actual band. All of these artists, excluding jj, are solo acts. Production and recording happen by the artists behind the moniker and live performances provide a backing band (Depending on the artist). Whether they could be accused of living in the past by using the elements they grew up with or praised for the seeming “creation” of a new sub-genre that caught fire, the artists of glo-fi seem to be here to stay and look to continue their unprecedented success in 2010. It’s hard to pick a favorite of these flirtatious crossovers, I’m most attracted to the infusion of electronic and instrumental that Memory Tapes and Washed Out offer. So if you’re itching to see what this glo-fi movement is all about, these are the artists you should expose yourself to. Here’s a playlist put together as a “starter kit”. […]

  3. Dance Music For People Too Fucked Up To Dance « Tracks In Stacks Says:

    […] In many ways, glo-fi dominated the 2009 lists of with representation from some of the most successful acts in the curiously fresh sub-genre. While the trend in the indie world is to hop on this bandwagon and listen the shit out of these new, up and coming artists, the trend within the sound is an escape from the group dynamic of an actual band. All of these artists, excluding jj, are solo acts. Production and recording happen by the artists behind the moniker and live performances provide a backing band (Depending on the artist). Whether they could be accused of living in the past by using the elements they grew up with or praised for the seeming “creation” of a new sub-genre that caught fire, the artists of glo-fi seem to be here to stay and look to continue their unprecedented success in 2010. It’s hard to pick a favorite of these flirtatious crossovers, I’m most attracted to the infusion of electronic and instrumental that Memory Tapes and Washed Out offer. So if you’re itching to see what this glo-fi movement is all about, these are the artists you should expose yourself to. Here’s a playlist put together as a “starter kit”. […]

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  6. juliobesq Says:

    Nicely done, thank you

  7. Mikhail Says:

    dude yes! solid tracks here.

    Deadbeat Summer is like the chillwave manifesto,
    but good selections from Toro Y Moi and Washed Out as well!

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