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Swindle
No More Normal

Swindle comes from grime and dubstep background and builds on these foundations by incorporating UK jazz and hip-hop. No More Normal sees him working MCs such as Kojey Radical, Ghetts, D Double E and P Money, vocalists Etta Bond, Eva Lazarus, Kiko Bun and Daley and musicians Dubya Garcia, Yussef Dayes and Riot Jazz. Hiring such a cast of characters came from his need for everyone to be on his album. LP and CD on Brownswood.

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Peace, Love & Music

Peace, Love & Music sees Swindle visiting four continents to mix his grime roots with music and artists from other parts of the world. He collaborates with UK acts such as TC, Mungo’s Hi-Fi and Flowdan, Ash Riser from LA and Sub.Mission from Denver. Asian acts such as Tokyo’s DBS, Malasimbo from Philippines and Electric East from Shanghai also play their part. The album also takes in musical influences from South Africa and The Netherlands. Whilst still having the jazzy flavour of his previous work, Peace, Love & Music has a greater number of live musicians who share Swindle's wish to spread positivity through music.
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Global Dance feat. Flowdan and Mungo’s Hi-Fi / Mad Ting feat. JME

Wow, what a line-up for this release! Flowdan and JME, legit vocalist legends, team up with Global Dance and Glaswegians Mungo's Hi-Fi / Mad Ting for Swindle, a 12" on the Butterz label. Dubby groovy happy goodness fills the two sides of this record, with those two mad MC's ensuring proper action. Yes yes yes.
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Walter’s Call

Swindle serves up a bombastic slice of UK funky with 'Walter's Call', with sax bursting out of the seams and beats squeaking underfoot. It's dubstep, but in disguise, made to sound so outlandishly jazzy that you barely notice the other genre tricks. It's no surprise Swindle used to be a pianist in Mala's band, and that he's interested in the exciting, colourful places dubstep can go, if it so chooses. 'Walter's Call' is all emergency sirens and party footwork -- it will make you tense, then it will make you shake it off.