WVM

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WVM
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Photo by Kristin Cofer
Background information
Birth name David Alvarez
Origin Los Angeles, California, US
Genres Electronic
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • musician
  • composer
  • actor
  • painter
Instruments Vocals, Piano, Synthesizer, Guitar, Bass
Years active 2014-present (2014-present)
Labels Unsigned
Website www.wvmmusic.com
Members WVM
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WVM (Born David Alvarez) is a musician, composer and visual artist located in Los Angeles, California. He is a multi-instrumentalist who mainly uses analog equipment. In early 2017 WVM released "Sown," "Blood" and "I Will Run" mixed by Christoffer Berg (The Knife, Fever Ray) as digital singles. In May of 2017, "Empire" (Originally released in 2014) mixed by Sean Beavan debuted on The CW's TV show "The 100"

History[edit]

Formation (2014)[edit]

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Photo of WVM - David Alvarez photographer Kristin Cofer.jpg


Since an early age WVM immersed himself in music and art. He released a number of demos online starting in 2005, one of which was played by Kat Corbett on KROQ. A great number of his early demos under a number of different monikers were licensed to TV shows and video games such as UFC 3, Sony Computer Entertainment's Infamous 2 Official Karma trailer, Syfy's Being Human, CBS's Criminal Minds and Hostages among many other TV shows and video games.

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Discography[edit]

  • Empire - Digital Single (2014)
  • Pale Horse - Digital Single (2014)
  • Sown - Digital Single (2017)
  • I Will Run - Digital Single (2017)
  • Blood - Digital Single (2017)

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