Will Silver

South East London-based Will Silver is in triumphant form as he steps into summer with more new music. Maybe It’s Not Our Time Yet and Tell Me (U Love Me). The follow-up to March’s Voyage EP on Silver Bear Recordings and his stunner remix of ‘Forever’ by Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. Underpinned with a breakbeat rhythm, the track is laced with dreamy and euphoric synths throughout and conjures up imagery of dancefloor delirium. 
Gaining love and support from Four Tet, The Blessed Madonna, HAAi, Bicep, and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs; Will Silver continues to thrive in 2023. Releasing an abundance of records on Silver Bear Recordings, in which ‘Falling Theme’ claimed Mixmag’s best tracks of 2022. Flowing between dreamy textures and imaginative soundscapes, his ‘Voyage’ EP is on a quest to find the perfect balance between mindful listening and club hysteria. This is never an easy task, but in the safe hands of the UK talisman, it’s a fluid experience that blends seamlessly between worlds. In the past, Will has released genre experiments on Nice Age and has been remixed by renowned producers, Surpreems & 1-800 GIRLS, showcasing a talent for sound design that can sit with the best. 
As a DJ; Will illustrates a perfect balance of being captivating and heated on the dance floor – his carefully selected approach binds club-energy genres closely together as he executes exciting, multi-genre sets. Being brought up around an atmosphere of the old-school club aura, his older brother(s) introduced him to the world of mixing at the age of eleven. 
“One of my big habits is to sit in bed with a tea and spend hours looking through certain archives on particular timestamps in dance music, random eras of club music are so fun to dig through. I could spend ages listening to pages of trance from 2006, dubstep from 2003, or techno from 1993. I’ll spend ages listening and only buy like 5 tunes, but I’m super happy because those 5 records are huge and I would never have discovered them if I didn’t put the time in. Being a DJ you obviously got your skills behind a mixer but 90% of the job is the tunes you play. I always want to keep my shows fun and interesting for people and to achieve that I know I need to put in the time to discover the great music that’s out there.”