you boys be aight

by Swift Technique

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An explosive collection of instrumental music from up-and-coming Funk octet, Swift Technique, written between 2008 and 2012 in Philadelphia & Brooklyn.


released January 24, 2014

Swift Technique -

Jake Leschinsky - 5 string electric bass
Andy Bree - guitars, backing vocals
Rich Agren - drums & percussion
Greg Rosen - trumpet, backing vocals
Brian Blaker - tenor saxophone, backing vocals
Matthew Fischer - trombone
Jay Davidson - keyboards, backing vocals

Music and Lyrics: Swift Technique, LLC © 2013 All Rights Reserved
Executive Production: Swift Technique
Produced by: Swift Technique, Jay Davidson and Chris Zurzolo
Recorded at Elm St. Studios, Conshohocken PA
Recording Engineer: John Senior //

Additional Recording at:
Medicine Man Studios, Bala Cynwyd PA / Recording Engineer: Chris Zurzolo
jzjoynt-kenzo, Philadelphia PA / Recording Engineer: Jay Davidson
University of the Arts School of Music / Recording Engineer: Brian Blaker

Mixing Engineer: Chris Zurzolo and Jay Davidson
Additional mixing: Brian Blaker & Andy Bree
Mastered at Medicine Man Studios, Bala Cynwyd PA/ Mastering Engineer: Chris Zurzolo //

Album Design: Victoria Salvador / Swift Technique



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Swift Technique Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

After forming in 2007, Swift Technique has relentlessly toured, performed and recorded throughout the US. The extremely positive chemistry shared by the band has always been translated in the live setting. With the 2013 release of, “you boys be aight”, Swift Technique has now established themselves as an up and coming force in the recording industry. Their style remains uniquely Philly. ... more

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