In 2018, he was mentioned by Billboard in its list of the nine best sets from Burning Man, and the year prior he had the opportunity to perform for a global audience in New York’s Mixmag Lab. A self proclaimed disciple of p-funk, his sets seamlessly blending classics with modern upbeat house have become crowd favorites across the country. In the studio, his versatility shines through, as his groovy feel-good style landed him major label signings with flips of Jackson 5’s ABC and AXSHN’s cover of Khalid’s Location. His gospel-powered collaboration with LEFTI, Juice, has received support from the world’s biggest DJs, including Fatboy Slim, Mark Knight, and Martin Garrix. He has been remixed by global household names Sharam Jey and Kyle Watson, as the latter’s massive take on his darkly haunting “Mistress” has garnered millions of plays across platforms as well as national radio support.
Beyond the decks, Nick has become an outspoken advocate for mental health and suicide awareness. A survivor himself, he hopes to use his platform to break down the stigma associated with depression and encourage others in similar situations to speak freely in a time heavily dictated by external appearance. In his spare time, you’ll find him tending to his gargantuan plant collection or whispering sweet nothings to his cat Fish.