Lofi Music Mix and Playlist for Relaxing, Studying, and Visual Art
A mix of relaxing, downtempo music that’s great for studying, focusing, or simply chilling out after a long day. Lofi music, also known as chillhop or cloud rap, has garnered popularity in recent years on YouTube and SoundCloud with many popular channels creating new chillstep music daily to help people relax or focus on their work. Here are some of my favorite channels and songs to help you focus while you study!
Dreamy - Lofi Hip Hop for studying/working/relaxing
The following is a list of playlists I’ve compiled specifically with photo editing in mind. Each playlist contains high-quality ambient sounds that are best played at low volumes (60%-70% on most mobile devices), which will help you zone out while you work. Some of these playlists also include music from artists like Bonobo, Tycho, Röyksopp, Boards of Canada, etc. These lofi music mixes tend to be relaxing but remain nonintrusive. A few of them even have binaural beats mixed into their background ambience—because who doesn’t want brain boosts while they edit? Try listening to them all or picking your favorites!
Really love above lofi moody song by BesideZio - Calcifer
Would surprise you, at least the beats surprised me when I heard it in a mix
Lofi song picks
Listen to these songs while you read or study: Golden Hours , The Way Back Home by April + VISTA (hear it here), Serene by Joshua T. Siegel (hear it here), Remember When We Met? by Zachary Blue (hear it here). Enjoy. :) Also, don't forget to check out our other playlists on Spotify!
What is Lofi beats?
What is lo-fi music!
Lo-fi (also typeset as lofi or low-fi; short for low fidelity) is a music or production quality in which elements usually regarded as imperfections of a recording or performance are audible, sometimes as a deliberate aesthetic choice. The standards of sound quality (fidelity) and music production have evolved throughout the decades, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s, when it became alternately referred to as DIY music