Music video for The Fire is here and the BBC loves it:
Pleased to announce The Promise – progressive trance by Weeva – will be in stores and streams on 1st February 2019 😍 The track features Sanna Hartfield on vocals =W=
So happy to hear that my track co written with Sanna Hartfield has been entered into the finals round with the UKSC with a nominal position of semi finalist. Please cross your fingers for more great news 🤩 =W=
Weeva’s EDM Track “The Promise” is now #7 in the Trance chart on Broadjam! See the screenshot 🙂 #successleadstosuccess #weeva #edm #trance #logicprox #arminvanbuuren #masterclass #thanks
Delighted to have made the top 10 on broadjam.com with my track “The Promise” =W=
Weeva signs contract with BMI-owned Sync Shoppe (Paris) via musicopps.com’s Doug Diamond.
Proud to anounce winning a national TV search contest on Broadjam. It was judged by Doug Diamond. The track in question is “The Promise” – listen here:
BBC DJ Dean Jackson played Weeva’s EDM track “The Fire” on BBC Radio on 7th July 2018 to rapturuous praise. He called it: “one of the best EDM tracks around…and has summer floor filler written all over it.”
Listen again here at the 28:51 minute mark: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p069y7l0
Weeva is collaborating with electronic musician “Techniques” (James Mulholland, formerly from Kitsune label) on an #uptempo #electro track dubbed “Lose My Mind”. They’ve been in the studio for just 3 weeks and already hitting it off with 3 different mixes of the same track; always good for a remix EP maybe. Most of all though James is a mate who I’ve known for years. I’ve remixed one of his tracks before (Dont’ You Want to Love) which was released on Electronic Rumours label, Bristol.
Previously, James had success with his rock band the KBC; they hit the top of the charts in Japan! His manager then and now is Mick Shiner (Plan B, Example). James is an avid performer having gigged all over the world from Japan, to Paris to Kendall Calling. In some ways it is funny that we didn’t meet before we did, since I used to gig in the Far East too. Or, maybe we did! (Hard Rock Cafe, Singapore?)
Previous Collaborations with Techniques:
Thrilled by tonight’s beautiful reaction by DJs and Twitterers to the BBC debut of my new track “Shukky Wut”; here’s some choice quotes from the DJs:
DJ Dean Jackson: “as this [track] is playing out, looking around the radio station, not just in the studio but outside as well, everyone is moving, its like some sort of virus that worked through the air in the nicest possible way…its got everyone moving, literally everybody i can see is moving…everybody”
DJ James Clegg: “you cant keep still to a track like this…its incredible”
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