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August 6, 2021
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This mix is inspired by the meditative music of Macroform, from a wonderful song called Deep Breath (Meditation). Check him out at linktr.ee/macroform.

I also have great news: Calm Pills Radio, a 24/7 online ad-free station, is now available on any Alexa or Google Assistant-enabled device or smart speaker. You can follow the link above or simply say "Alexa, Open Calm Pills Radio" or "Ok Google, Ask Calm Pills Radio to play". It also support routines so you can have shorter command to play it or embed it in your morning or evening routines.

Making this mix was a labor of love. If you feel like supporting Calm Pills online radio & podcast or showing your appreciation, buy me a cup of a coffee (uppmixes.com/donate). You can also share this with your friends, rate it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you subscribed to this. Thank you.

Also, did you know that I have another podcast called Chill Pills (chill.upliftingpills.com). It features the same quality of craftmanship and careful curation you've come to expect from this show but focuses on more genres of music spanning chillout, lofi chill hop, chillstep and lounge.

Tracklist

00:00
Tonepoet ― kə-ˈlī-də-ˌskōp (A Beginning)

02:09
Jason van Wyk ― Depart

04:44
Jason van Wyk ― Evanesce

05:47
The Meditone Project ― Dusk

10:56
Macroform ― The Throat Chakra

17:48
Ex Confusion ― Epilogue (Death)

20:50
SiJ ― Immersion

27:10
Macroform ― Deep Breath (Meditation)

32:58
Jeff Greinke ― City Light

39:10
Jonn Serrie ― The Veils of Beta Pavonis

48:48
Tonepoet & CloudFall ― Free Falling Through Life's Cavernous Atmosphere

The Calm Pill album Evanesce was curated and mixed by Alaeddin and released on Uplifting Pills on August 6, 2021
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