SWIT’s Week 20082017: The 15 BEST tunes from your premiere music service.

Here’s our 15 top top tunes from around the world, including three (THREE!!) premieres – I’m talkin’ ’bout KO:MI, Woog Riots, A Thousand Hours, Spirit Fest, Melody Connor, J. Vega, Manalishies, Sauropod, Crush, Astralplane, Birdstriking, Telemothervisionfather, Ankur & The Ghalat Family, Sono and Horváth Ádám Márton !!! You can find loads more on our YouTube…

Frighteningly good tune

Woog Riots – Monstrous Monsters SWIT favs Woog Riots return with a super new single Monstrous Monsters. Electro pop perfection for your delectation Weekly YouTube Playlist Spotify 2017

forget your diets and feast on Woog Riots

Here’s the new single, Emma Momoka, from Woog Riot’s excellent 2016 platter – Alan Rushbridger. Appropriately The Woogs (?!!?) have an upcoming tour of Japan – Check the band’s website or their record company for more details ! SWIT Weekly YouTube Playlist – Week 2 SWIT Playlist 2017 SWIT Playlist 2016

The Week 28082016

Hi, welcome to SWIT’s Week, last week we set the bar high and this week we jumped over it and drank you under it. The music has just been joyful – we’ve had the best tunes from around the globe – check into Chapelier Fou, Farmacia, Gabriella Cohen, Ian Sweet, Indridi, La Femme, Os Noctâmbulos,…

Swit Swoons Woog Riots likes who…

We ask all the super bands we feature…… What new bands do you like? Parquet Courts, Suuns, Sufjan Stevens, Sylvan Esso, PJ Harvey, LCD Soundsystem, Liars, Hot Chip, 2Bears, Eleonore Friedberger, Django Django, Jeffrey Lewis, M.I.A, Chemical Brothers, Metronomy.

Interfew with: Woog Riots

Woog Riots are Silvana Battisti and Marc Herbert. The duo is based in Darmstadt (Germany). In March 2016 they released their 5th album “Alan Rusbridger”. Their career in pop music began in 2004 when they compiled and curated an international tribute sampler dedicated to Manchester’s indie icons “The Fall”. The double CD was released on…