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NANCY Live debuts on He.She.They with ‘We Don’t Riot’ EP

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HE.SHE.THEY. presents ‘We Don’t Riot’ an electrifying new single from NANCY Live.

NANCY aka Lauren Rusowicz is an exciting unpredictable talent. The Dublin-based, UK-raised live artist is enjoying some well-deserved word of mouth, thanks to her acid-soaked live sets in gritty sweaty clubs. After twelve years of DJing in prestigious venues like Ibiza’s Sankeys and Space and Warehouse Project (Manchester), she moved to Dublin about four years ago and began to work on her own sound, switching to live shows instead of DJing and now identities as a musician who plays all her synths and drums live ‘like a [techno, acid and house] band’. How heavy or melodic she goes on stage depends on how she reads the crowd, but can’t resist deploying some OTT acid techno while she gets into her sets and headbangs to the point of whiplash. 

‘We Don’t Riot’ is a perfect showcase of NANCY Live’s high energy craftsmanship. Drawing on acid house roots of 90’s raves, the track is an exciting start to the release that shows us just what NANCY Live is made of. The second part of the release, ‘Klang Dye’ is a darker and more hypnotic side of NANCY Live’s style with a pounding bassline and a presaging vocal sample that transport you to a state of ecstasy of a dark and sweaty room in an underground club.

Hot off the back from two mega EPs on Alan Fitzpatrick’s We Are The Brave, which both picked up Radio 1 support and are currently approaching 1 million streams on Spotify, NANCY Live aka Lauren Rusowicz is an exciting unpredictable talent. The Dublin – based, UK – raised live artist is enjoying plenty of well-deserved word-of-mouth buzz, thanks to her acid-soaked live sets in gritty sweaty clubs.

We premiere ‘We Don’t Riot’ on NUDE Techno today, check it out here and grab it here.

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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