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Take a cursory glance at YouTube and you’re likely to see a slew of relaxation and concentration-aiding videos with names such as Beats to Study To and Relaxing Music 24/7. Most of the music that makes up this popular trend of videos, streams and mixes is based on chilled-out (and oddly out-of-tune) piano. This sound has become one of the most recognisable features of the equally popular lo-fi hip-hop movement too.

Emotive-sounding lo-fi pianos playing mellifluous melodies form the heart of these

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