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!

Sunny carefree wonky synths and laid-back beats in the blooping 'lyon' by Californian producer devonwho. Clattering experimental neo-Latin-psych (???) sounds in 'Black Ice' by Brooklyn duo Pet Gracie. Endearing charm of gentle ukulele and plinking electronics in 'Her' by 19-year-old musicmaker Olmos. Intense organic drums, warped organ feels and skewed samples from Liverpool-based beatmaker Rudy nme. Atmospheric, hot-skinned, sweat-dripping jazz fire in 'Driva Man' by Jeff "Tain" Watts featuring trombonist Ku-umba Frank Lacy. That's all for today – explore these sounds below.

Condensation dripping crystalline on a tall glass of a cold-n-tasty drink.

The feeling of walking barefoot on lush warm grass.

Playing on an old rope swing hanging from a big tree by a verdant stretch of river.

Sitting in traffic not really minding even though its a billion degrees and horns are blaring and you're sweating. You got the radio on and you ain't at work right?

A city plaza in summer. Kids play in the fountain. A guy is busking. Food stalls are backed up with queues. People sit at tables, eating, smoking, drinking. The place is electric-lethargic with energy.