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!

Stockholm musicmaker BILLY WHO makes a spot of glistening bittersweet synthpop. rgry flips Wu Tang 'Triumph' for a decidedly meaty, robust beatscape. Then there's some pulsing dynamic electronica in the way of 'Nobody's Baby' by Vbnd. Ummm, and then Sam Gellaitry takes us on a frenetic and wonky synth adventure with bouncing beats and an otherworldly tropical feel. And finally there's fresh electronic melodies set to big swaying beats courtesy of London producer Whispa. And then we let our imagination conjure things as we listened to the music; this time around we ended up in space, far away from Earth.

Standing at the edge of a lake of mercury, watching your reflection; vital signs flash continually inside your helmet. The sky is teal, rose, indigo, fushia as the nearby nebula sets for the short night on this far-flung outpost of human adventure.

Walking through the intestinal corridors of your spaceship, everyday activities on your mind, hostile aliens noticed a few days from your current location. You're on edge.

Dodging asteroids with galactic authorities in pursuit of your ship as you sip a can of soft drink. Easy.

Stepping out of your room and taking the lift down to the pool area on a small resort planet, known for the non-harmful rays of its two quite suns, pleasantly humid atmosphere, and the native capacity for luxury, extravagance, and relaxation.

Night sets on aforementioned resort planet – never a true night, with constant turquoise displays of aggressive solar rays hitting the particularly strong electromagnetic field surrounding the planet. You sip a cocktail, listening to the chatter of people eating exotic cuisine.