Chillout Zone: Relaxing Electronic Music is an album by Todd Terje released on Olsen Records in 2009.
The album was produced in parallel with Terje’s work as a DJ and live act, it has been described as “an exuberant, joyous celebration of … electronic music.”
This is the home of Chillout Zone, a relaxing electronic music site.
Electronic music has been a passion of mine for many years and I have decided to share some of my favourite tracks with you. The main focus will be on Ambient and Trance, but other styles will be included.
In my opinion, the best electronic music is relaxing and uplifting, so that is what I have concentrated on here. If you like what you hear, please check out the links page for more information about the artists featured or buy their CDs from Amazon.
The site is still under construction so please bear with me while I work on it!
The Chillout Zone is a relaxed environment, where people of all ages can come to listen to chilled electronic music, drink coffee and chat. The Zone provides a range of facilities including internet access, video games, books and magazines.
The Chillout Zone is open seven days a week during term time, from 9am to 10pm. Entry costs just £2.00 per person, with an additional charge of £1.00 for each hour of internet access. The Chillout Zone is staffed by friendly and helpful staff – who are always on hand to help you out when needed.
We look forward to welcoming you soon at the Chillout Zone!
A good way to relax is to listen to music. Chillout Zone, the new CD from Sony Music, has all the right ingredients for a relaxing evening.
The CD brings together some of the best-loved songs from the early 90s with more recent hits, including Massive Attack’s Teardrop and Gabrielle’s Dreams.
The compilation is a carefully-crafted blend of techno, house and dance tracks that will make you want to dance, sing along or simply sit back and chill out.
Chillout Zone is ideal for pre-clubbing entertainment or just when you want unwind after a hard day at work or school. The tracks are linked by mellow banter from DJ Mark Moore which adds to the laidback atmosphere created by the music.
This album has everything you need for a relaxing time: great music from well-known artists, a friendly DJ and fantastic sound quality. It’s an unmissable treat for clubbers, pop fans or anyone who just wants to chill out!
Relaxing Electronic Music
To relax you and help you to fall asleep.
Relaxation music, ambient sounds, sleep music, and chillout music for the wellness of body and soul.
Ambient and Chillout Music for Relaxation and Sleep.
Music for Relaxation is your one-stop destination for high quality relaxing ambient music for relaxation, sleep and meditation.
Our music is composed in-house by our team of producers, and uses binaural beats (delta waves, alpha waves and theta waves) to put you in a relaxed state of mind.
We also use natural sounds, such as gentle rain falling on leaves or the sound of waves lapping on a beach (all recorded in stereo).
Listen to relaxing electronic music here.
This is peaceful and calm, instrumental music with quiet, soft pads and soothing sounds. This ambient royalty free music can be used for relaxation and spa videos, nature views or any kind of cinematic, contemplative or inspiring multimedia projects.
If you read this site regularly, you know how much I love music. I made my first mixtapes at the age of eight and have been hooked on the magic of music ever since. Listening to music is one of my favorite ways to relax, along with yoga and meditation.
That’s why today I’d like to share some of my favorite electronic music that is also perfect for relaxing. The great thing about electronic music is that it has a very neutral sound, so you can mix in pretty much any style into it and it will still work. As long as the beats-per-minute (BPM) are kept low, which is usually around 100 BPM or less, your brain waves will slow down and your body can relax.
This makes electronic music the perfect soundtrack for relaxed activities such as yoga or just plain chilling out at home on a Sunday afternoon. Well-produced electronic music can also be very inspiring; that’s why a lot of people listen to it while they’re working on creative projects or while they’re exercising.