Swing Ting members Samrai & Platt (pictured) have followed up the release of their debut album ‘100 Dances’ earlier this year with a new collaborative track with fellow Manchester-based artist PERiiSU.
The collaboration comes as a result of Reform Radio’s ‘Co-Lab Theory’ project, which linked up eight mentor artists with eight up-and-coming talents.
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Speaking about the project, PERiiSU said: “I gained some great insight into how different producers like to create and how not to be afraid to step out of your comfort zone sonically”.
Samrai said: “I found the process of mentoring an upcoming producer to have been a great experience and I actually picked up some amazing arrangement tips from PERiiSU, in terms of the detail she goes to with automation as she works”.
Platt said: “When we were first introduced to each other’s music, PERiiSU’s sound design was something that really stuck out to me - it was great to get a glimpse into her process and I’m really happy that we were able to channel that talent and expression into a club-ready piece of music.”
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The track is out now via Reform Radio’s sister organisation Rhythm Lab Records.
PERiiSU also guested on Swing Ting’s latest NTS show, which you can listen to here.
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