Niiko x SWAE, an LA based emerging DJ duo, is sweeping the future bass and house communities off their feet with their ambient builds and creative bass lines. The groups dark interpretation of deep house is a
refreshing change in comparison to the typical melodic tunes that have previously dominated the electronic
dance scene. Niiko x SWAE is a pioneer in a new era of future bass music. The sound they represent is
becoming a new trend in clubs and festivals across the globe, and with the incorporation of commonly
known hits and bass anthems into their sets, Niiko x SWAE is equipped to awe any crowd they play for.
One of the most distinctive aspects of the duo, is their versatility, as each member provides their own style,
contributing to an unforgettable show. While Niikos love for guitar and analog gear provides the classic and
retro vibes, SWAE (Something We All Enjoy) does an excellent job of incorporating modern hits, covering a
wide range of tastes. Both have a strong affection for the deep bass sounds of the new wave era as well as
their modern contemporaries. The combination of the two has resulted in a style that relates directly to the
youth of our generation while using older samples from some of the greatest time periods in music history.
Niiko x SWAE has consistently performed amongst a variety of artists from globally renowned acts such as
Marshmello, RL Grime, Ookay, and Laidback Luke to more emerging, underground acts such as Fox
Stephenson and Bonnie x Clyde. Opportunities such as these have only furthered the amount of excitement
and energy which Niiko x SWAE exerts in every new production or performance.
Recently, Niiko x SWAE released their debut single Run This Town, a song with a smooth pop baseline
that builds up to a scintillating future bass drop. This future bass/pop anthem also features vocals from the
remarkably talented Celine Farach, who adds her infectious voice to the topline. Run This Town has had
tremendous success, topping 700,000 streams on Spotify in just two months and reaching the top 15 of the Japan Viral 50 Spotify chart.
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