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James Blake partners with Endel to release an adaptive soundscape that promises to improve your sleep

You wait ages for one science-informed sleep-aiding music experience, and then two come along at once.

Following the news that Tom Middleton has prepared a ‘wellness album’ that’s designed to reduce anxiety and help you to get a better night’s sleep, sound wellness company Endel has revealed that it’s collaborated with electronic music producer James Blake on its own Wind Down soundscape.

Released today via Endel’s apps (available on iOS, Android, Apple Watch, Amazon Alexa and Apple TV) this audio/visual experience is powered by Blake’s stem files and Endel’s signature visual elements, and is designed to activate the parasympathetic nervous system, triggering the body into a restful state and preparing the mind for sleep.This is Endel’s latest addition to its range of sleep and relaxation experiences, which already includes lullabies from Grimes and a selection of sleep-preserving soundscapes. Wind Down promises to trace an arc from wakefulness to sleep and is based on scientific input from SleepScore Labs.