I've always been a fan of "Lo-fi Beats", ever since I started listening to music. There's so much tranquility in the space when a Lofi-beat is playing in the background. I for one love to listen and work/write only when listening to these kinda of beats, so IMAGINE my excitement when Etymology Records dropped a new lo-fi compilation entitled "BARISTA BEATS"...
The New York based label drop a stunning 20 track compilation showcasing the best new lo-fi, jazz-hop & chill-hop beats.
Living in a period of time where people are unable to go to cafes, Etymology Records’ debut album is a concept album bringing together 18 lo-fi producers for an “audio barista”.
Each producer creates a unique beverage and portrays it into sound form, resulting in a menu within a virtual coffee house.
BARISTA BEATS provides you with the perfect soundtrack for studying, chilling, walking, meditating, whatever your vibe.
Sit back, relax and be transported to a new level of chill.
Home to producers such as Jazzinuf (US) BROCKBEATS (Japan) & Sebastian Kamae (The Netherlands), this global label features the finest lo-fi artists who clock up millions of monthly listeners on Spotify and are staple features in Spotify’s flagship chilled mood playlists such as Lo-Fi Beats, Jazz Vibes & Mellow Beats.
Give yourself and your ear-drum the pleasure of listening to this now!
“Established in 2019 and headquartered in New York City, Etymology Records is a creative collective that focuses its production on instrumental hip hop music. Our first release was my own album published under my stage name “Jazzinuf”, specifically my 9th Album, “Miracle of the Fishes”. Within 5 months we have garnered over 2.5 million streams on Spotify, collecting over 400,000 monthly listeners.
The musicians of Etymology Records all have one thing in common, they all follow the formula of making timeless music. We aim to make music catering for all generations of people including the people of the far future and those who prefer the sounds of the past. Our initial efforts have been to build a bridge to help Hip-hop and House to reconnect back with their mutual ancestor, Jazz and possibly reunite other genres back to their roots”