NYC: BPM LWR LVL w. Different Sleep, Ynfynyt Scroll
Tribeca Grand Hotel
2 Avenue of the Americas
? mind bending beats ?
Producer / DJ / Graphic Artist / Label co-Boss/ Track Meet / #FEELINGS
Nire’s composite sound sweeps the music spectrum. Shattering genre silos while while maintaining scrupulous attention to detail, “One Never Know Do One” encapsulates the proficiency of Nire’s abilities. Seldom does an artist pop onto the music scene who warrants the hype surrounding their talents. In this respect, Nire is somewhat of an anomaly and the anticipation that precedes her debut album is not contrived.
Grinding as a DJ in New York for quite some time, Nire has made a name for herself amidst the savvy music heads of the city’s underground scene. Nire’s astute skills and due diligence manifest themselves in her innate production. A progressive and eclectic talent, her album showcases the best of her abilities, with opposing music genres seamlessly blended together in an eccentric mix.
Queens native, Nire brings together the pulse of New York City with a burst of her unique spirit. It’s the gift of a vast musical library that allows her to regularly play such diversity in equally open-minded venues like Le Bain—the rooftoop of the Standard hotel—Santos Party Haus, WiP, and Le Baron. Her knack for UK Bass and Rap music continues to transcend gender, age and culture. The future of dance music bangs loud by way of Nire’s DJ mixing, personal fashion and seasoned clientele. Now the statuesque artist is excited to see her bubbling production pop in the streets as well as the clubs.
She has expanded her artistry as an Alumni at the prestigious Red Bull Music Academy in Melbourne, Australia. Always thirsty for new knowledge, Nire’s curiosity informs her dynamic sound and the constant juxtaposition of her style keeps her listener guessing and sweating.
“One Never Know Do One” also continues to set itself apart with the all-female cohort that NiRE enlists for vocal features. The collaboration list reads like a Rolodex of emerging ingénues. The album includes the high energy anthem “Commie Mommies” where Maluca and Nani Castle boast firm chants of “the sounds of the underground”. In the electronic City of Angels driven track, “I Don’t Give A”, 1/2 of Nola Darling’s JAQ boasts an in your face seize the day mentality. Featured artists Gnucci, Blake Perlman, Tennille, Natty Mawnstah & Jasmine Solano channel their talents to Nire’s genre bending beats.
“One Never Know Do One” encapsulates the proficiency of Nire’s abilities. Visceral, powerful and sometimes a little sinister, the enigmatic sound of this burgeoning talent is fated to garner some much-deserved attention.
This event is 21 and over