Once in a while young artists get together to form a new project and magic happens. Studio chemistry falls in place and leads the creative process into unexpected results. W//ATEVER music emerges from that explosion and free will to just give space to intuitive creation. W//ATEVER is an iberian force that resulted from a fortuitous RBMA Madrid 2011 class encounter between Jorge Caiado (Lisbon) and Clip! (Barcelona). Sympathetically they decided to join forces and test their collective skills on making music together. The first produced tracks were so good that the duo booked a few more studio sessions and managed to finish an entire album. Along their very productive journey they successfully met singer Marta Plantier that was completely open to contribute with great vocals to some of their tracks. The final result is... mind blowing. The symbiosis between studio wizardry and live instrumentation creates the perfect balance for W//ATEVER music to be played at home, in clubs or at live shows as they will do throughout the year. W//ATEVER represents the perfect configuration of our contemporary digitized world. Makes good use of technology but also of analogue equipment too. Stands apart from the average modern day trend but manages to incorporate excerpts of the new musical languages. It can rock a club or play for a big festival crowd. It's quite portable too. Looks immaculate really. Ultimately what Jorge and Clip! want is W//ATEVER's music being able to speak for themselves further than anything else. The first single 'Looking back' is already gaining considerable buzz both on radio and clubs. Plus their live premiere happened in a dreamy context: RBMA's curated stage at NEO POP Festival (11.08) also shared by legendary Detroit icon Moodymann and other big names like Cobblestone Jazz, Scuba or Julio Bashmore among others. W//ATEVER were born under a good sign. They're ready to surprised the world and we're really excited that you're about to get to know them well.