Curated by Grayson Jones
Here at SwanoDown, we listen to a ton of music on a DAILY basis. And during these days, of course, there are standout tracks. Below you'll find the 10 compositions we feel you should check out tonight, (or soon). We find these artists to be the most cutting-edge. And oh yeah, this is in no particular order... You decide!
Compositionally elevated songs by artists like Stefan, Damien Sabe, and Martinas Mixtape, are all featured today.

UNRTHDX - All You Gotta Know Is You Can Have It

As if the bass and kick wanted to resemble a lack of control, this track is scraping the edge of compression. A bass-booming instrumental.

Marvillous Beats - On The Rocks

Featured on SwanoDown Breakdowns for his appropriate insight on what a track could use, Marvillous causes great wonder through his sounds and style.

Bre Swagz- Drop

Raw delivery that sets a standard for how Bre Swagz delivers on her music. Accompanied with a commercial hook makes for a great addition to the portfolio.

Vince Sachs x Enlia & Yonnie- Calma
Like a singer and a rapper working in tandem, the flute/piccolo instrument delivers an intricate solo in cohesion with the vocalist's relaxing tone. A great song for mellow night time  conversations.

Stefan- WOl

Almost like Gene Wilder took a day off, the sample here was remixed into a lo-fi themed instrumentation ideal for relaxation and study.

Dax x Nasty C- 40 days 40 Nights

The powerful bible reference was interpolated to an aggressive in-your-face record.  People see you shine and their first instinct is to dim your light.

Martinas Mixtape- Always

Turn the radio up and your ego down while indulging in this group's marvelous rapport. The love song is delivered in a fashion to suit anyone’s heart.

LegenDari- Hard To Tell

Making sure you have seen all sides of the light, LegenDari expresses the philosophy of life, love, and destiny.

Damien Sabe- Happiness
Organized thoughts played via acoustic layering. Damien Sabe manifests tranquility.

Sky Canyon- Wijic
The vibraphone finally gets the spotlight it deserves. A lot of influence here for our Jazz connoisseurs.

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