Biography

Hailing from Nashville, Tennessee, Wattie Green went from unknown to one of the most recognized names in House Music, virtually overnight. DJ’ing since ‘99 and only producing since 2004, the spelunking, multi-instrument playing (banjo, guitar, upright bass, etc.), swing house producing phenom burst on the scene with a sound so fresh, it took the global house community by storm! It all started online during a timely chance encounter with J. Caprice of High Maintenance who along with producing partner 4peace where just about to launch their Dallas based label, Juiced Music. They were so impressed with his sound they signed his first 9 tracks and the rest is house history. Shortly thereafter, one of Wattie’s tracks (Sea Lion Woman) caught the ear of Flapjack’s label boss Frankie J who subsigned the track from Juiced to put out on vinyl for Flapjack. This lead to an EP deal with Flapjack and went on to become his first official release entitled the “Bashville, TN. EP”. Since, Wattie has released two full EP’s on Juiced and a remix for Flapjack with upcoming releases due out on Serial Sickness and Knocturnal Emissions and more coming from both Juiced and Flapjack! Wattie’s tracks continually top the charts of stores such as Stompy and Traxsource and he has gone on to virtually redefine the swing house sound with his sophisticated nuskool jackin’ feel. The sky is the limit for this amazingly gifted producer!

Edited by -hux on 8 Aug 2010, 12:58

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