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April 12, 2021 60 min

I'm pleased to announce the launch of Calm Pills Ambient Radio ( a free 24/7 online radio station playing your favorite Calm Pill mixes which you can tune into anytime and just hit play!

Calm Pill library of mixes has grown over the years and many new listeners will not get to hear most of them due to how podcast episodes are presented (last to first), so it made sense to launch this station to help you discover your next favorite Calm Pill mix.

Hope you enjoy the station. I'm working on making it available through smart speakers. In the meantime, if you have any feedback on improving station's experience, email me a line at You can also sign up for new releases mailing list ( to get an update when smart speakers support is available.

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 ( 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 ( 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.


Danny Elfman ― Finale (From "The Kingdom")

Jon Hopkins ― Opalescent

Jeff Pearce ― The Hidden Sky

Cliff Martinez ― He Had A Good Time

Global Communication ― 12:18

Tetsu Inoue ― Low Of Vibration

James Johnson ― Minimum #5

David Helping ― All Things End

Alio Die ― The Circular Development Of Time

Steve Roach ― Saguaro

Aeoliah ― Whispers Among The Stars

The Calm Pill album Suspended Memories was curated and mixed by Alaeddin and released on Uplifting Pills on April 12, 2021
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