18 December, 2017

The Bridge

Bridging the gap between Bristol’s underground music scene and three exceptional causes.

SWU.FM, The Blast and I Give You Give have united to release a charity album of current underground music, carefully curated to represent and celebrate the diverse elements of Bristol’s thriving music scene. Priced at £5 (minimum donation) , 100% of the proceeds will be distributed between ‘Help Bristol’s Homeless’, ‘Mental Health Foundation’ and ‘Médicins Sans Frontières (Doctor’s Without Borders)’.

These are three charities close to our hearts for the great work they do helping those that need it most. Help Bristol’s Homeless is a local charity set up to take shipping containers and convert them into emergency accommodation for homeless people, from which they can use as a secure base to begin to rebuild their lives. Mental Health Foundation is a UK charity set up to help people understand, protect and maintain their mental health through research and public campaigns. Médecins Sans Frontières is an international charity that works with helping those in war torn countries and developing countries affected by endemic diseases by providing medical aid.

More information about the three charities can be found here :




Massive thanks to everyone involved, all the artists for providing the music and Beau @teneightseven for mastering the album! Please give what you can!

Thanks and Merry Christmas SWU.FM, The Blast & IGiveYouGive x

Tracklist :

Break – Rollerblade

DJ POLO – cmd3

Dr Meaker – Watcha

Emperor – Dig

Foreign Concept x Sam Binga – Neck Sweat

GotSome ft. Terri Walker – All Night

Ishan Sound – Ghosted

Javeon – Chop It Up

Kyrist – Impasse

L U C Y- Blue

NYTA – Bad Intentions

Phaeleh – Bongo Acid

Pinch – 2 Much

Sepia – Tic Tock

SNØW x Dismantle – One Way Out

Unkey – Karate Club VIP


SWU FM – Celebrating Bristol Music Culture

SWU.FM is a radio station aimed at young Bristol and its music and arts community. We specialise in urban, electronic, and dance music genres presented by legends, established artists, up and coming talent and the people who make music happen in the city.


In May 2016 SWU.FM completed a short term broadcast in Bristol on 87.7 FM. The station had a large citywide audience on FM and saw over 6 million hits on our website during the 27 day period.


You can watch a documentary about us here: https://youtu.be/teC_Tv40Weg
Listen to our archives with 200+ shows here: www.swu.fm/archived/

& Help us get a full time FM Licence here: www.swu.fm/survey


SWU.FM is currently applying for a full time FM licence.



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