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Sweater Beats, BKAYE & Alyson Stoner Release Energetic Future Bass Cover Of Clean Bandit's "Symphony"

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Sweater Beats just linked up with fellow future bass producer BKAYE and vocalist Alyson Stoner for a unique cover of Clean Bandit’s tune “Symphony.” BKAYE has made a name for himself within the last year with hugely successful remixes of artists such as Post Malone, Ed Sheeran, and Major Lazer. Sweater Beats has been a favorite of ours for a while, and we recently premiered his track “Altar” off his new EP, For The Cold.

On their cover of “Symphony,” the collaborators set the stage with piano chords and break it down with a distant guitar lead and evolving synth bass. Alyson Stoner’s powerful voice reverberates overhead, and her impressive vocal range is showcased as the track progresses. Sweater Beats and BKAYE drop the tune with a distorted lead, heavy bass and percussion, and triumphant synth chords.

These artists have transformed Clean Bandit’s original into a dance floor heater and future bass banger. Check out their take on “Symphony” as well as Alyson Stoner’s dance video below. Download for free here and enjoy!

Sweater Beats x Alyson Stoner x Bkaye - Symphony

[PREMIERE] Sweater Beats Shares Soulful New Single “Altar” Feat. R.LUM.R Off Upcoming EP

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New-York based producer Sweater Beats is known for his unique mix of R&B and dance genres, fusing sultry vocals with infectious beats to create notable tracks like “Better” and “Did You Wrong.” Today we have the premiere of another Sweater Beats single, “Altar” feat. R.LUM.R. The track comes from his newest EP, For The Cold, which will be released later in the year on Big Beat Records. 

“Altar” combines guitar, drums, synths and bass to create a unique mood that flows perfectly beneath R.LUM.R’s smooth lyrics. This combination of sound builds into an unexpected future bass drop, giving the track a bold twist that keeps things fresh and different. This song drops just as Sweater Beats teams up with Gnash for The Sleepover Tour, which kicked off on March 31. Check out the tour dates and the new track below, and enjoy!

Sweater Beats - Altar (Ft. R.LUM.R) | Stream Only

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Ro Ransom Makes TSIS Debut On "Doppelgänger" With Sweater Beats & Brenton Duvall : Must Hear Hip-Hop

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New York artist Ro Ransom has linked up with Sweater Beats and Brenton Duvall for his latest single, "Doppelgänger". The exciting 23-year-old act has a new mixtape titled Momentum coming soon and has been on a hot streak as of late. 

"Doppelgänger" reflects on past relationships as Ro tells us "the only thing more complicated than dissecting somebody you loved is realizing that looking at your enemy isn't much different than looking at yourself."

The song finds an interesting beat from TSIS regular Sweater Beats & Brenton Duvall as the bouncing melody carries an island vibe with hard-hitting hip-hop percussion. The verses are catchy and groovy to say the least. It also shows Ransom's versatility as a singer where he switches to falsetto occasionally. Be on the lookout for his upcoming mixtape and enjoy!

Ro Ransom - Doppelgänger (Prod. by Sweater Beats & Brenton Duvall) | Stream Only

Click here to see the Lyrics to Doppleganger

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