First making his mark on the scene over six-years ago, UK DJ and producer Taiki Nulight has become synonymous with a masterful conglomerate sound that fuses House, UK Garage, Bass Music, and Electronic Music. Boasting accolades that include critical acclaim from Pete Tong, Annie Mac, and Mistajam of BBC Radio 1, Billboard, Noisey, UKF, and more, Nulight is now prepared to embark on his largest undertaking to date in the form of his debut album titled Murky Manor, out November 9th.
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Returning to his home on AC Slater imprint Night Bass, Nulight’s Murky Manoris an 11-track project that traverses a number of genres and explores in depth the moody and shadowy feel of Nulight’s world. First up, fans are getting a glimpse into the project with appropriately titled lead single “Night Bass Thing.” A collaboration with AC Slater, “Night Bass Thing” is a certified club anthem with a foundation set in a massive, and dense bassline that gives way to a bouncy synth, and ushers in a crunchy breakdown with a head nodding melody. To sum up the single, Nulight and Slater have invited rapper Dell Harris to record a looping vocal drop perfect to sing-a-long to on the dance floor.
Up next off Murky Manor, Nulight will be releasing the remaining ten tracks that features a long-list of heavy weight collaborators including Chris Lorenzo, Cause n Affect, AC Slater, and Dread MC.
If unfamiliar with Nulight before now, the producer is renowned for a series of original productions and collaborations with scene heavyweights such as My Nu Leng, AC Slater, Chris Lorenzo, Cause & Affect and Low Steppa. As one of the most in-demand remixers in his scene from both major labels and indie’s alike, Taiki has remixed the likes of Netsky, Zeds Dead, Destructo, Shift K3Y and Keys N Krates to name a few. In addition, Nulight has been invited to perform around the globe at leading festivals including BoomTown, Electric Forrest, Forbidden Wonderland, Pacha, as well as tours in Australia, Japan and a continually busy diary across Europe playing at iconic clubs such as Fabric and Ministry of Sound.