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Artist Nick Brady, born at Lommel, Belgium Jan 31th 1999 and lives in Berlicum, Holland.

Despite of his tender age (16), Nick Brady has made an unshakable mark on the global dance circuit with his Future House remix of the Swedish dance act “Raise” with their single “Save me”. A young and unstoppable in Belgium born producer serving stunning quality tracks to the digital market and his expanding live performance, just waiting for huge collaborations with impressive labels.

With no shortage of international contenders to battle against, Nick Brady’s ascent can be attributed to a genuine focus on quality from the outset. Bent on matching tough sounds with nice melodic composure, that balance between the club floor and the expanding radio market is the route through which the young talent has built impressive repertoire with artists from across the industry spectrum. In his own words, it’s my feeling of great tunes alongside talented people that make the kind of unforgettable moments in music that Nick Brady wants to be a part of.
For all his early musical aspirations, it took just a year for Nick Brady to assert himself as a dominant player of the global dance market.
This year he will continue his school education at the music academy. If Nick Brady represents the precedent set for the next generation of Progressive, EDM & Future House stars then its future looks brighter and bigger than ever. The experimental side of Nick Brady is his Trap, but they are underground musical movements so far.

Dj Nick Brady showed his skills at several festivals & parties so far: Wish Outdoor Festival, Intents Festival, City Of dance, Strooipop, Maastricht Student Night, Mallorca Shooters, Mallorca, Club Veronica, Café Janssen, ‘t Pakhuyzz, Time Out Gemert, Club Lunenburg and many more and Nick deserved his residency at Rebelpark Record nights.

Nick Brady - Woven

Release: SPR 011

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