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Taiki Nulight ‘Sledge EP’

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London’s Taiki Nulight, aka Erka Chinbayer, released his debut Dim Mak EP “Into Darkness” last year to a storm of praise.

Over the last twelve months, he’s been exploring his sound with a series of high profile collaborations. Alongside some fire remixes for fellow Dim Mak artists R3LL and Shift K3Y, he’s released the collaboration EP “Piano Cannon” with Low Steppa on AC Slater’s Night Bass label, “Conflict” with Flava D on the recent FabricLive 88 release, “Everything I Need” with Lo ’99 on Berlin’s This Ain’t Bristol and the CSI featured “BS3” with My Nu Leng on London’s MTA Records.

Off the back of his recent, debut North American tour, pivoting around key, stand-out performances at Electric Forest, Night Bass and EDC Vegas, Taiki Nulight gets ready to release his first Dim Mak EP, which we have the exclusive first play off today.

Entitled “Sledge”, Taiki Nulight presents a strong five-tracker that hints at his influences of Bass, Garage, Tech and House, but ultimately showcases the inimitable Taiki Nulight trademark sound we’ve all come to know and love.

Quote from Taiki:
“Real excited to be releasing my second EP on Dim Mak Records. ‘Spray’ is probably my favourite track from the EP because it’s the darkest bass track I’ve made, in my opinion. This EP i feel has even more energy than my first and I hope you guys enjoy it :)” – Taiki Nulight

“Sledge” EP by Taiki Nulight is released Aug 19th on Dim Mak Records.

1) Taiki Nulight – Sledge
2) Taiki Nulight x Grande – Fire Power
3) Taiki Nulight – Spray
4) Taiki Nulight – One More
5) Taiki Nulight – Void

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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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