hip-hop and electronic have long been on a re-collision course (since they went their separate ways after the late 80's hip-house craze), and Bevvy Swift has been charting that shit the whole way. whether he's making "glitch hop", "wonky", "purple", "future", or (insert other disposable buzzword here)..., Bevvy has always made music that reflects both the dance-ability of new electronic music, and the soul of hip-hop.
as a dj, he has no genre affiliations. obscure sounds like skweee and future garage are as likely to turn up in his sets as hip hop, dubstep or uk funky. always an emphasis on feelings.
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