After confidently bursting onto the scene in 2006, Spanish producer Albert Neve firmlycemented his reputation as one of the leading lights of the electronic music scene in his nativecountry with a string of outstanding remixes releases and collaborations.
With support gained from the likes of Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, Roger Sanchez, Bassjackers, Hardwell, Sander van Doorn, Laidback Luke, Nicky Romero, and many more,the Barcelona born Neve continues to rise swiftly through the ranks of the scene after beginning hismusic career at the age of just 15. He quickly established himself as a producer with a level oftalent and maturity well beyond his years, initially running his musical career alongside hisstudies in IT engineering, but it wasn’t long before Albert gained his first taste of success, and wasable to concentrate on his passion full-time.
His excellent early releases hinted at what was to come,but few could predict the levels of success he would experience just a few years later.Since his early foray into the world of music, Albert has kept up a relentless schedule of touring,producing, and remixing, proving beyond any doubt that hard work is as much a key tosuccess as pure talent. Spending a fair share of his time hunkered down in the studio, Neve hasbuilt up an impressive catalogue of releases, with his musical output featuring on labels such as Cr2, Blanco y Negro, Chuckie’s Dirty Dutch imprint, and most recently Dimitri Vegas & LikeMike’s prestigious Smash the House label. Albert has collaborated and remixed alongside aneclectic and varied range of producers, including David Guetta, Wally Lopez and Chuckie, and has consistently demonstrated his ability to attract the attention of his contemporaries anddeliver stellar results. His latest track, ‘Let The Bass Be Louder’ is collaboration with fellow Spanish DJ Abel Ramos, and will be released through Tiësto’s Musical Freedom label in February 2016.
It was Albert’s work with Dutch powerhouse Chuckie that initially sent the Albert Neve name intothe stratosphere, as their 2012 remix’s of DJ Obek’s ‘Craissy 2k12’ stormed its way up theBeatport charts and caught the attention of French megastar David Guetta along the way. Guettaembraced Neve’s music, inviting him into his musical empire and Neve’s resulting remix of Guetta’sworldwide smash ‘Play Hard’ became a festival staple, rousing the crowds of Tomorrowland,EDC, and Creamfields to name but a few. On the back of the huge success of the remix, Neve waspersonally invited by Guetta to play two exclusive dates at his F*** ME I’M FAMOUS partiesat Pacha Ibiza, and with these successes propelling him into the limelight, his collaborations with Pacha resident JP Candela on 2015’s ‘Future Rave’, stormed to #34 on the Beatport electrohouse chart, whilst his collaboration with Chuckie, ‘Damn’ reached #5 in the chart.
With invaluable support from some of the biggest names in dance music, and a series of hit releasesto justify the hype, Albert Neve’s career is swiftly on the rise. His DJing has taken him around theworld, from Asia to South America, and his productions continue to entice and excite fans andfellow producers alike. 2016 looks incredibly bright for Albert Neve, and after a whirlwind 2015 theworld is his for the taking.