George Sylvan (Hacksaw Entertainment)
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Nisus moves dance floors like a class five rapid, flowing seamlessly through electro bangers to womping dubstep explosions with tech-funk tweaks, leaving crowds in an inspired mess of sweat and revelation. His productions are whipped up electronic analog bass frenzies that have been supported by Kissy Sell-out on BBC Radio one. His productions initially gained momentum through his winning of the Outside Lands remix contest. The win earned him a coveted slot performing at the 2 day San Francisco festival. His set at Outside Lands was well received and led to the heading up of a side stage at 2010′s Treasure Island Music Festival. Nisus is a consistent performer at SF’s yearly Lovefest, a party with an estimated 80000 people attending.
In 2009 Nisus popped up spontaneously on a stage at Coachella, dropped a set and was asked to return again the next year. (yeah his sets are like that) In addition to connecting with audiences through music, he is also a contributing writer for DJTechTools.com, a blog with over 1.2 million page views each month. While holding down a three year residency for powerhouse promoter Blasthaus, Nisus has supported acts such as Fake Blood, Vitalic, The Bloody Beetroots, SebastiAn, Boys Noize and Crookers at some of the best clubs in the world including Mighty, Mezzanine, and The Independent. There’s no doubt that something special goes on when Nisus plays. He makes big rooms move, and not a stagnant soul is spared from the crushing weight of every kick drum!
Watch videos of Nisus’s live performances (YouTube)
Nisus in the studio (YouTube)
Nisus Interview in (SF Weekly)
Nisus Original Tracks (Soundcloud)
Nisus Remixes (Soundcloud)
Download Nisus press kit w/photos & logos – hi res / low res (zip)
Festivals Nisus has performed at
Treasure Island Music Festival
Miami Winter Music Conference
List of artists Nisus has performed with
Vitalic (V-Mirror Tour)
Does it Offed You Yeah?
The Astroids Galaxy Tour
Turbo Records Tour
Drop the Lime
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
Bart B More