Currently sitting at number one and five in the Beatport Progressive House chart

Currently sitting at number one and five in the Beatport Progressive House chart with his new "Mumbo Jumbo / This Was" EP on Bedrock, John Graham aka Quivver has had a busy start into 2017. Working from his new studio on collaborations with deep tech legend Funk D'Void, Australian vocalist Shane Blackshaw and also on a number of remixes for D-Nox and Edu Imbernon's labels, B-Tech Noir, Baroque, Selador and Sudbeat, John's last five releases have all reached Top Ten positions on Beatport, with "Brand New Medicine" and the Quivver remix of Phil Martyn's "Come On" both climbing up to number six, while last summer's "Call", released on Sudbeat, is still inside the Top 100 after eight months.

John also made time to do a drum and bass remix under his old Skanna moniker of Sasha's "Rooms", the track John co-wrote for Sasha's "Scene Delete" album. On the touring front, John has just returned from Beirut and Japan, while India and US tours are scheduled for April and May, after which John returns to perform vocals for Sasha's sold out Barbican Theatre shows in London.