A new force is rumbling in the dance music scene and his name is Weiss. The British producer has had quite the rise with a jacking Chicago House sound gaining him support from big players like Groove Armada, Pete Tong, Green Velvet and even Masters At Work’s Kenny Dope. His tracks have been on high rotation on BBC 1 Radio (listen to ‘My Sister’ which is currently sitting at over 900 000 Youtube views) and his tracks are a regular addition on the Beatport charts. His rise the top of the upper echelon has lead to official remixes for everyone from MK to Deadmau5, opening Weiss up to wider industry support from scene leaders like Gorgon City, Claptone, Hot Since 82 and Tensnake. Make no mistake, Weiss is currently on a trajectory towards dance music superstardom.

Deep jacking grooves, warm rumbling subs, sweet sharp percussion, delicate vocal treatment… Whatever it is about house music that stimulates you the most, you’re guaranteed to find plenty of it on a Weiss record.

After a spectacularly successful intro to the scene which saw Weiss being championed by the likes of Groove Armada, Loco Dice, Green Velvet, Kenny Dope, Pete Tong & more, the hit single ‘My Sister’ rotating on BBC Radio 1, whilst staying strong in the Beatport top ten chart for over four months, and countless gigs all over Europe, it was plain to see that Weiss was here to stay.

Following this lead, Weiss has risen to even greater heights, with his releases inspiring support from the most respected & freshest names in the industry, including Gorgon City, Shadow Child, Shiba San, Claptone, Hot Since 82, Claude VonStroke, Tensnake, Bontan and more.

‘Guitar Man’ stormed up the Beatport charts and remained an essential in clubs for months after its release; whilst Pete Tong continues to champion Weiss’ remix of Green Velvet & Riva Starr’s ‘Robots’. The ‘Weiss City’ series have been picks of the summer, with tracks like ‘I Feel Better’ proving to be fan favourites at the likes of We Are FSTVL. Similarly, his remixes of MK’s iconic ‘Always’, Tube & Berger’s soulful ‘Come On Now (Set It Off)’ and Deadmau5’s anthemic ‘Raise Your weapon’ have set the industry alight with accolades from all corners of the scene.

Friday 14th August: Revolver, Melbourne
Sat 15th August: Chinese Laundry, Sydney
Sun 16th August: Barmuda, Queenstown, NZ
Friday 21st August: Brisbane, The Met
Sat 22nd August: Perth, Geisha Bar