A Warm and Fuzzy Night with Sweater Beats – Live Electronic Music Artist

Written by DJ Mkulima (The Farmer) on December 14, 2016


Last night Learning to Grow with DJ Mkulima (The Farmer) got snowed out of the studio! And what an appropriate night to have Sweater Beats on the show to bring the warm and fuzzy vibes to the KPSU interWaves! Originally from the Philippines and having grown up in Maryland, Sweater Beats developed a taste for music which brings emotion and feels to the forefront. Sweater Beat’s Feels are sure to leave you feeling warm and fuzzy!

If you’re reading this in time, Sweater Beats will be playing a live set at 45 East thanks to Red Cube and Abstract Earth Project! Check out the Facebook Event Page here!

Download or stream the Podcast here at KPSU, Soundcloud or Mixcloud!

The Philippines and suburban Maryland aren’t exactly R&B or dance music hot beds, but they didn’t need to be for Antonio Cuna aka Sweater Beats to ingest both genres and spit out an exciting hybrid, melding the sensuality of contemporary R&B with the immediacy of dance music. Born in the Philippines, Cuna moved to Maryland, adapting to his new environment by engaging with music and skate culture. But it wasn’t long before R&B entered the picture, first as an obsession and later, while Cuna was at university in New York, as a creative outlet. Growing up in the 2000s, it’s no surprise that Cuna’s heroes include R&B producer mavens like Pharrell and Timbaland, as well as French dance music behemoths Daft Punk, but it’s how he’s filtered those influences into the ingenious sonic aesthetic, a sound equally fitting both the festival stage and bedroom play, that makes Sweater Beats such an unavoidably intriguing project.

Since bubbling up in the dance world with the premiere of his debut single “Mlln Dllr” on Annie Mac’s Radio1 show, Sweater Beats has constantly pushed the limits of his own sound. With support from the likes of Diplo, Omarion, and JoJo, plus tours with artists like Chance the Rapper, Flume and Chet Faker, the producer has clearly caught the eye some of a wide variety of tastemakers. Featured by the likes of Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, Boiler Room and The FADER, Cuna has also received admiration from music journalists the world over, drawing almost universal praise from disparate outlets. With countless collaborations, mixes, and remixes, on top of a constant touring schedule, Cuna has garnered a reputation for his incessant work rate and willingness to push his sound into new and uncharted territory. And that’s part of the reason why Cuna connects with his fan base on such a visceral level, eschewing traditional industry methods for his own unique, intimate manner of going about business.

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Find Sweater Beats on his Website // Facebook // Instagram // Twitter // Soundcloud // iTunes // Buy Tickets here





  • Rain Dance
    Sweater Beats
  • Cloud City
    Sweater Beats
  • Golden Sun
    Sweater Beats
  • Cake (Sweater Beats Bootleg)
  • Did You Wrong (Ft. Max)
    Sweater Beats
  • Dark Matter (Ft. a l l i e)
    Sweater Beats
  • Home Movies (Prod Knox Fortune)
  • The Buzz (Ft. Mataya & Young Tapz)
    Hermitude (Sweater Beats Remix)
  • Feel Me
    Sweater Beats
  • Love Me (Ft. Sunni Colón)
    Sweater Beats
  • Porcelain
  • Better (Ft. Nicole Millar & Imad Royal)
    Sweater Beats
  • My GVRL
    Sweater Beats
  • Make A Move
    Sweater Beats
  • Drop The Game
    Flume & Chet Faker (Sweater Beats Remix)
  • Do It For Me (Ft. Erin Marshall)
    Sweater Beats

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