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Sweater Beats @ Glasslands Gallery

Brooklyn, New York, USA

Brooklyn, New York, USA

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West London, he has an incredible vocal dexterity that seems him twist words around beats with consumate ease; in fact, we like the man so much that he played a Topman Ctrl party last year alongside Lady Leshurr, Citizens!, and Clock Opera, and he was on immense form, having the whole room bouncing. PLUS he's just been announced as live support for Kendrick Lamar's 2013 tour! For today's track, New York's Sweater Beats takes his rhymes and beds it with an epic synth-heavy soundtrack. It's a giant remix and works a treat. - TOPMAN Magazine

Out now on Justus

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXA99hW3L7g - Justus Recs

Did you know that Bondax have a record label? They do. It’s called Justus Recordings. It’s new, it’s up & coming and as expected, it’s cutting edge. Here’s a little something they had to say about it:
“We basically just want to release all the artists we’ve been listening to over the years that we love and don’t understand why they haven’t been snatched up by other labels. I won’t reveal too much, but we definitely don’t want to stay within the realms of dance music.”
The latest release off Justus is “MLLN DLLR” by Sweater Beats. Brooklyn producer Sweater Beats describes “MLLN DLLR” as “French Touch meets Future Bass”. Now THAT is a sound I can definitely get on board with. And you should, too. ”MLLN DLLR” samples the 2009 Whitney Houston track “Million Dollar Bill” and is one hot + sexy ride. Check it out below and get ready for some candle lit booty bouncin’. - Gotta Dance Dirty

A couple months after we premiered :Papercutz's lovely single"Where Beasts Die," up-and-coming producer Sweater Beats—real name Antonio Cuna, of New York—has remixed it into an entirely different animal. The original "Beasts" had subtle heartbeat drums and an emphasis on vocals; in this version, Sweater Beats takes those luminous vocals and uses them as the main flavor for his fragmented electro remix. The original mix appears in snatches, sandwiched between big, sweeping bursts of synths and glitchy beats. Definitely a remix worth hearing—and :Papercutz are releasing this new "Where Beasts Die" as part of a track-by-track unveiling of their new digital EP. - Prefix Mag


+ MLLN DLLR single - Justus Recs
+ EP due early 2013 - Huh What & Where
+ EP due early 2013 - Symbols Recordings

+ Papercutz "Where Beasts Die" (Sweater Beats Remix)
+ Scrufizzer "Rap Rave" (Sweater Beats Remix)
due January 2013 - Ministry of Sound Recordings



I make music to make your booty bounce.