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Lando Chill – Take It Slow [Video]

September 2, 2017 by


Ever ethereal and atmospheric, Lando Chill‘s earthy style and modern approach have made him unique in the landscape of music. Debuting at Bonafide Mag, the song bends genres and creates a philosophical statement. This is what comes naturally to the Tucson, Arizona artist. In his new music video for “Take It Slow,” Lando Chill and director Malcolm Critcher show the kinetic […]

Lando Chill – The Boy Who Spoke To The Wind [Song]

May 18, 2017 by


Deeply connected to his roots, both humanely and geographically, Lando Chill’s upcoming album, “The Boy Who Spoke To The Wind” (June 23rd), is a personal tribute to self actualization, spiritual acceptance and social activism. The first single, “Break Them Shackles,” establishes the tone of the new album, unique and musical.

Lando Chill – Early In The Morning [Video]

January 20, 2017 by


Take a road trip thru Northern Arizona with Lando Chill in his new video starringLaisa Laii.  The new visuals were shot by acclaimed director Malcolm Critcher and DP Symeon Platts of Mild West productions. The song originally appeared on Lando’s debut album “For Mark, Your Son” and then was recreated with his band (shout to Deep Greasy & Lasso) while staying at […]

Lando Chill – For Mark, Your Son [Album]

August 23, 2016 by


Lando Chill’s debut album is has arrived. Entitled “For Mark, Your Son,” Lando’s first album is a revealing look into grief, resilience and the finesse required to live. This is an album made with intellectual and emotional wisdom that far surpasses that of his 24 year old contemporaries. Rhythmically inventive and melodically soothing, “For Mark, […]

Lando Chill – Save Me [Video]

August 10, 2016 by


Lando Chill releases his debut album, For Mark, Your Son on August 12 via Mello Music Group. Today we’re excited to share a new video for the single, “Save Me” directed by Malcolm Critcher and cinematographer Symeon Platts.