Yoga has gone from its roots as an Eastern mind-body meditation to '70s counter-culture pastime to mainstream commercial mania, the focus of an industry so large that it seems almost inimical to the practice's aim of transcendence. But for the legions of yoga devotees who accessorize their exercise, Yoga Chill is here to carry the good vibes outside the studio and, ideally, everywhere. Unlike most hard-core new age kits, this double-disc set does double duty. A second disc provides guided meditation from teachers David Life and Sharon Gannon of Jivamukti, the New York City yoga center to the stars (a second segment in Spanish argues for just how global the movement has become). But the titular "chill" is provided by airy, bouncy tracks thick with South Asian samples and instrumentation. These could conceivably aid in yoga practice, and they admirably think outside the new-age treacle box, but Yoga Chill's drum 'n' bass beats seem better equipped for the "yoga lifestyle" than actual exercise. Think of it as good accompaniment for a post-asana smoothie. That said, it's not a bad sampler of the more mellow sounds of the U.K.'s Asian Underground (and its offshoots), including tracks from Black Star Liner, Nitin Sawnhey, the Dum Dum Project, and others.