Night Swim Radio leads a massive crew of electronica powerhouses together on their latest collaborative effort, Music to Call Home Vol. IV. This 19-track compilation features tons of incredible artists, styles ranging from future beats/bass, lofi, trap, and so much more in an absolutely huge palette of electronica. Night Swim Radio plans to donate all proceeds from streaming/buying the comp towards Today’s Future Sound:

Through hands-on beat making and music production instruction, Today’s Future Sound creates an outlet for creativiy, personal expression, and critical thinking in education, mental health, juvenile, and veteran’s facilities. Learn more at

And that dude electrobro is featured! He’s contributed a bit-crushed banger, awash with chipped up synth blasts, a wildly intricate rhythm that’s blanketed in a glitched-out barrage of modified samples. A simultaneous warm melody and ice-cold, chop heavy blend that electrobro serves to perfection.

I feel remiss in not directly mentioning ALL these talented producers onboard the collab, so I implore that ya check out each individual track, stream it somewhere on repeat, or just drop a donation to if you can. Big shoutout to Night Swim Radio for this righteous cause, and for makin’ it all happen!

Wanna check out any of the mentioned artists, collectives, or tracks mentioned in this post? Just hover over any bold-text names to head to their page!

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young citrus & cuanzi – su casa

By |2020-01-27T04:27:25+00:00November 21st, 2019|SWS Music|

Young Citrus & Cuanzi land next on our compilation. Both Cali based artists are SWS residents; Young Citrus (try the bliss beat "Limoncello") and cuanzi (and the hypnotic blips of his tune "ghost") are back with their masterful mix of jazz-tinged future beats and enveloping mellow house-style bass music. This masterpiece of a tune,

Too Much – Hydrate

By |2019-12-16T17:06:42+00:00November 13th, 2019|Future Bass, Future Beats|

We are stoked to announce a fresh track titled, "Hydrate", originally released with artist collective, Lunch Box. Former Vancouver based vocalist from Olesya, Aleks Arzhanov, released some new heat under his solo project, 'Too Much'. "Hydrate" is a world music future knock fusion banger. Filled with tribal inspired percussion, chunky sub hits,

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