Wherever you are in the world: good morning, good afternoon, good evening, good night. It is time for your 5 a day.

One day, the UK government said, "You should eat 5 portions of fruit or veg[etables] per day." Turns out you should probably eat more than that. But we think it's pretty catchy, so we've hijacked it. Here we'll list FIVE pieces of music per DAY that we think you should check out. As the Italians say, we'll be catching two pigeons with one bean (prendere due piccioni con una fava): we help spread the word about MORE artists, plus we're giving YOU more music to listen to. It's all a joy for us, really!

We love Jonah Baseball. So his remix of Gosh Pith track 'Smoke Bellow' is a sound for sore ears, very digital, very multi-faceted, very tone poem. Then there's 'RIVER BEAT' by Frank Leone, showing off chopped-up production oozing with dynamism, as well as his own impressive, distinctive vocal flair. András takes fellow Australian Chet Faker's track '1998' to blissful new levels with a Café Del Mar-summoning soft Balearic reworking. Decayed piano and sludgy de profundis clamavi beats at work in the ancient-modern classic feel of 'WhatYouNeed//x5' by eu-IV. And for the finale: yoshi, Geek Boy and GOOD INTENT team up for a synthtastic bootleg remix of 'Jumpin' Like Jordan' by Migos.

You're on like, the 50th floor of the office block you work in. You decide to open the window and climb out, clambering your way around the ledge, finding enough handholds and footholds to take you to the roof. It was hard work, but look at the view…

Walking to the park, eating a sandwich on the bench, people walking past enjoying simply being alive. "Yeah," you think, "This life stuff ain't bad."

New way to get to work: Canals of shimmering turquoise-sea-white-beach water – light currents therein take you to the perfectly manicured lawns outside your offices and places-of-work on comfortable lilos.

Everything is right, yet everything is so wrong. You stand there, in the midst of making dinner for your family, staring at half-diced onions.

Battling urban decay with paintbombs and glitter: the gentlest of graffiti.