Mocean Worker, the electro-funk project by Adam Dorn, released his sixth studio album, Candygram for Mowo!, earlier this week. Over the past decade, Mocean Worker's tracks, which combine big band style horns and Sixties and Seventies soul grooves, have appeared on countless television shows, movies, and commercials. Songwriter, producer, bassist and remixer Dorn tells Rolling Stone that when creating his aptly named and danceable new track "Swagger," he "wanted to write a song that could serve as a sort of personal theme to lift someone up and put a smile on their face. Give them that vibe to go out and confidently take care of some bidnuss. That's what 'Swagger' is about." Mocean Worker's album Candygram for Mowo! is out now, but you can download "Swagger" for free here.
Free Download: Mocean Worker's Electro-Funk Song 'Swagger'
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