The Swingles & Audio Network

The Swingles illustrious career and trademark sound launched with jazzed-up Bach and classics from all genres, earning them a huge global fanbase and 5 Grammys along the way.  Evolving their repertoire and embracing advances in technology, this amplified group of vocal artists now include live-looping and other techniques to increase the expression and craft in their original songwriting, recording and performance.

We hope that The Swingles versatility, vocal pop (UK/US/World) and ambient soundscapes might be of specific interest to Audio Network. Here are some examples of their current soundworld, for reference, pending discussion about new material that they might write and record for your platform.

Vocal pop (American-style, like Pentatonix)

Hallelujah I Love Him SoUpbeat, feel-good, energetic
HomeUplifting, feel-good pop
Man in the MirrorLively, head bopping
Tokyo SunriseUplifting, feel good, female lead vocals


Filmic/soundscape/Chill (e.g. Zero 7, ambient in the style of Max Richter Olafur Arnalds) 

Swim – Dreamy, easy listening with soaring vocals
Move This Sky – Relaxed, ambient 
Lullaby Slow, dreamy, beautiful 

Current Swingles output (original) as opposed to original Swingles jazz/Bach etc 

You Don’t Speak for Me – Hypnotic, upbeat, ambient
Somewhere for the Words to LandIntimate, sassy, chill
Narnia – Upbeat, powerful vocals 


Other ‘sounds like’ (e.g. Paul Simon/Peter Gabriel/Glee) 

Red Rain  – Upbeat, energetic 
15 Step  – Feel-good pop, upbeat
Time after Time  – Uplifting, easy listening 
Goodbye England (Covered in Snow)  – Ethereal, slow