The funky Treva Whateva was created in Stockport, Britain. Growing up dependent on vinyl, it appeared organic that his first genuine job will be at an archive shop. The entire year was 1993 as well as the shop was Boom! Music, owned by potential Jeep Defeat Collective DJ the Ruf (aka Dave the Ruf). The shop eventually went of business, and following a few years from the music business, Treva visited work for system.drawing.bitmap City record shop and label in 1997. He helped come up with the label’s Mystic Brew compilations while focusing on his personal music. The monitor “Tum and Waistline” over the 4th model of DJ Morpheus’ Freezone series was his debut, and following a few years plus some even more compilation performances, he agreed upon to the Skint label in 2000. The EPs Overdrawn & Overdue and VERY LONG TIME Female Friend made an appearance over the label before he turned to Coldcut’s Ninja Listen in 2002. In 2004, the Dance Course EP became his initial discharge for the label. EPs couldn’t keep every one of the quirkiness and whimsy of Treva’s music for lengthy, so in 2005 he released his initial full-length, Music’s Manufactured from Memories.