Curated by Lukey Lenz
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 Bazzi, Duece B, and Mega, are all featured today.

Bazzi– Will It Ever Feel The Same

I often find myself discussing songs that touch on the void exes leave and the subsequent question of if a person’s soulmate is really out there. The “Mine” artist returns with a heart-string pulling track about heartbreak.

Martin Jasper– If I Don’t Love Me

People fail to understand that without truly knowing and loving themselves, relationships are harder to create due to the insecurities they project. Martin Jasper tells us to love and trust ourselves on this single.

Deuce B– Heart & Soul

The melodic bounce and sing-songy vocals from Deuce B make Heart & Soul a sensual and addictive track to keep playing on repeat.

Gallileo– Lately

With a resonating vocal quality, Gallileo delivers a soothing and mysterious track leaving us wanting more!

2kdrae– Don’t Leave

Bringing us an early 2000s vibe, “Don’t Leave” brings us to the perspective of a man who has messed up significantly damaging a woman he was in love with. It’s something far too many men experience…

Jonah Zed– Night Fever

Incorporating today’s obsession with the idea of nostalgia, Jonah Zed brings us to a period before all the internet trends and endless scrolling. With a steady bass-line and a 90’s summer feel- get lost in time with Zed.

Steven Doman– Follow the Ripples

Starting us off with a spooky yet curious echo, Steven Doman finds and guides us through all of life’s challenges by instructing us to follow the ripples. I see these ripples as anomalies in our day to day lives which make them that much better.

Tucker Nichol– Over the Edge

"Over the Edge" stood out to me as it starts with the piano seemingly speaking to the audience. It’s almost like I can hear the piano’s perspective and when Tucker Nichol begins to vocalize, she makes us feel how jaded she is to the lies she was told.

Mega– Box of Regrets
Mega strikes us with an emotional combination of lyrics and vocals in a story of guilt and release. This piece is carried by a beautiful set of vocals, and instrumentation. Layering this box of regrets will not be as heavy.

ANNA VEE X Futuristic– Shooting Me Down
With a strong pop/edm type of sound, Anna Vee and Futuristic team up to make an energetic radio banger for the summer.

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