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!

'Sushi Noir' by Dead Recipe starts the proceedings, taking us with snappy cosmic lounge-style music to a sushi restaurant like you've never seen. Then you gotta walk off all that cross-dimensional rice and raw fish, so you stretch your legs after eating – a neon-lit, nocturnal scene conjured by LENPARROT. You finally arrive home and can do nothing else but stare blankly at infomercials for half the night, starting and almost finishing a bottle of spirits (of your choice), soundtracked with sad and gentle sounds in 'Khajil' by Jacopo Wun. Falling into a deep sleep, you dream a colourful dream which sees you embarking on a quest to rid your mind of fear – things are easy, bouncy, fun even, as you do this to the sounds of Body Language's 'Reset'. You wake up early the next morning and, maybe owing to the triumphs of your subconscious, everything's fine – in fact, you feel great, so you cook some breakfast and dance around, Love and happiness… it's all possible, according to the warm, nostalgic groove of 'Love You Right' by Caius. All is right in your imaginary world – the ups, the downs. All is right.

You're in a sushi restaurant in an alternate dimension

Taking a sad walk through a neon-lit city on a rainy night

Drinking alone, watching infomercials

A dreamworld in which you easily find and defeat your fears (it's a dream, after all)

Waking up with an inexplicable joyful feeling