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Recoding mini-albums and singles, weesp have developed their own unique style, mixing hard, yet fluted modes with modern trends in electronic music and expressive vocal tunes. Yet young band weesp have already performed at numerous concerts and festivals, including those in Baltic countries and all over CIS. The band has recorded three EPs and released two singles, all of which were a success. Not only is Weesp famous for the high quality of records for a DIY-band, but also for the outstanding show they do at the concerts.


A number of articles in related magazines emphasize on the drive and energy the band are spreading over the crowd when performing.

Concert - Electronic Music - Music Magazine - Vocal Tune

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