“We need to have music that contributes to the well-being of the spirit. Music that cradles people’s lives and makes things a little easier. That’s what I try to do, and what I want to do. You don’t want to close the door on hope.” – Merle Haggard
This is yet another throwback mix that was released exactly 7 years ago under my previous pseudonym DJ Seroton in a series called Unwind. I decided to give those mixes a second life in this channel because they embody the same uplifting feel as the Chill Pills you have come to love.
Hope you enjoy this episode. Making this mix was a labor of love 🧡. If you feel like supporting Chill Pills podcast and online radio, buy me a cup of coffee ☕ (uppmixes.com/donate). It also helps when you share this podcast, rate it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you subscribed to it. Thank you!
For something calmer, check out my other podcast: Calm Pills (calm.upliftingpills.com), which are soothing atmospheric ambient albums, seamlessly mixed to help with relaxation, meditation, reading or deep sleep. Mostly consisting of instrumental ambient sounds and soft piano music, these mixes will help you completely relax your mind and body.
Ryan Farish ― Arrival of Spring (Edit)
Ryan Miller ― Popped Collar
Peter Vicary ― Mirror
Moby ― Wait For Me
Toltec ― Ray Of Hope (Inverse Ratio Chillout Mix)
Pochill ― Violet Theme
Alexei Zakharov feat. Alex Alpidovsky ― Linger (Original Mix)
Mono ― Life in Mono
Omar Akram ― A Vision Of You (Edit)
Tino Izzo ― One Hundred Years Of Solitude
Ryan Farish ― Touch the Sky
Rhythm Of Mankind & Nature ― In The Depth
Lighthouse Family ― You Always Want What You Haven’t Got
¡Hasta La Otra México! ― Chantelear Nibor (Edit)
Coldplay ― Reign Of Love
A.R. Rahman ― Tacos
Reuben Halsey feat. Miranda Dickinson ― Running Home
A.R. Rahman ― People Like Us
A.R. Rahman ― Breakfast For Mom / Just Be People
John H. Clarke ― Tierra