DAVE SEAMAN AND QUIVVER have reached out far and wide to their producer friends to pull off a real coup with their new Balance presents album.

Every track is exclusive to this release – not one track has previously been released. If that’s not enough, the pair have added five exclusive collaborative productions. The album is a perfect snapshot of where Dave Seaman and Quivver are musically right now. The lead single from the album, Make This Disappear features experienced vocalist Quivver on lead vocals…and even has Dave Seaman making his debut behind the mic contributing backing vocals. A first after more than three decades of making music.




There is also particular excitement about Dave Seaman’s highly sought after, previously unreleased remix of Underworld’s Low Burn, which gets its long overdue release here. Exclusive tracks come from some of the hottest electronic music producers, from the fabulous Einmusik, through to Robert Babicz, Gai Barone, Dee Montero, Timo Maas, and the wonderful Just Her, amongst many other quality artists.

Quivver and Dave Seaman


We caught up with Quivver to mark the release of Balance presents Dave Seaman & Quivver and he talks us through ten of his current favourite tracks including music featured on the album.

Quivver & Dave Seaman – Make This Disappear – Balance Music
We started this during covid! It was left on the back burner until the balance album came along, partly because we weren’t 100% happy with the original vocal idea and ended up changing it. The vocal actually became a duet of sorts 🙂 Dave started humming these really high backing vocals in the breakdown section and they were working really well so we decided to record him there and then. Really happy with the final result.


Illyus & Barrientos – When you Gonna –  Toolroom
Another winner from the good people at Toolroom. The biggest tune in my record box at the moment. Huge bass line and old school house vocals. I’ve played this out a few times now and it rips the roof off every time!


Quivver – Fever – Balance Music
This is another idea I had put to one side, as it was a bit different to all the other stuff I was doing at the time. Lot’s of big, tribal sounding drums. Doing an album gave us a bit more freedom to stray from the usual path so it was good to come back and finish this one.


Durante. Feat. Running Touch. –  Remedy  – Anjunadeep
From Durantes forthcoming debut album on Anjunadeep, this is my personal favourite. A beautiful string intro and angelic vocals, contrasting brilliantly with a fat bassline and chunky beats. A killer combination!


Dilby –  The Station feat. DNCN –  8 Bit  
Dilby has become one of the most featured artists in my DJ sets – and monthly Controlled Substance mixes on Soundcloud. This is a perfect example of the groovy, soulful, head nodding sound that Dilby is so good at.


Golden Features. –  Endit – feat. Rromaine (Dusky Remix) – Foreign Family Collective
A bouncy, skippy, breaks track from the ever consistent Dusky. Love the chopped up vocals on this, a proper feel good vibe!


Robin M & Nyabuto. –  Tu Sawa (Just Fine). –  SHÈN Recordings
A beautiful, deep, afro house house vibe with an amazing vocal from Nyabuto, out on one of my favourite new labels, Franky Wah’s SHÉN Recordings.


Mr. Sosa. –  Do You Believe you Still –  Platoon
I love Mr. Sosa’s sound. His stuff is always full of positive vibes and emotion and his production really stands out from the crowd. Don’t know who did the vocal on this but she did a great job too!


Taro Toko – Little Helper 411-1 – Little Helpers
A chugging groove with some lovely atmospheric effects. Just the right amount of all the right ingredients to keep the dancefloor moving…


Foglight. –  Reformer. – Juicebox
Dark, Progressive House with a techno twist, great for late night dance floors. Some clever synth programming and attention to detail make this a stand out tune.