Nick Elia guest mix on Vicious Radio
Republic Artists Podcast RA017
Nagual Podcast 008 Winter Session
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Nick Elia has been a regular aficionado on London’s club scene, since the mid 2000s, with performances at venues Egg, Pacha, Lightbox, Ministry of Sound, Area and Crucifix Lane to name a few, as well as touring a host of international spots such as Eden (Ibiza), Rockhouse (Austria), Klub D (Cyprus), Chapeau Rouge (Prague), Biennale (Skopje), Le Cri De La Mouette (France) and DV (Greece). He has released cuts on labels Republic Artists Records, Wasabi Generals Records, DSR Records and Aesthis. Nick’s productions have been supported by Paco Osuna, Spartaque, Tiga, B.Traits, Cevin Fisher, Kiss FM, Daniel Bortz, Colin Dale and dubspeeka among others, as well as been remixed by Pol_On, Kozber, Oli_N and Elek-Fun. His critically acclaimed record ‘Glue’ was featured on BBC Radio 1, where DJ/presenter Hannah Wants said: ‘this is one of my favorite tracks out at the moment […] it’s absolutely going off’. Club-nights and promotion companies that Nick has been involved with include Republic Artists, Deseveo, Ibiza Gathering, Move, Space, Dirtydubbin and Seminor. He is also an official Roland Artist, working with the company’s live performance and studio gear.
In the past, Nick worked as a producer, for over 6 years, in recording studios around the UK and Germany; most notably Schokopro, Naidoo-Herberger, Baltic and M:CON Mannheim. He produced music for major artists such as Xavier Naidoo and Söhne Mannheims, as well as working on cultural events like ‘Autosymphonic’ with 20,000 attendees: ‘the project was so demanding that the company had to fly in specialist Nick Elia to oversee the music production’ (SWR TV, Germany). His electroacoustic collaborative work with Marios Joannou Elia ‘En Plo’ was premiered at Akademie der Kuenste (Berlin) and was nominated for the Austrian Contribution to the 2009 ‘World New Music Days’ in Sweden. ‘Vertumnus’ received the Luigi Russolo Prize for electroacoustic music, awarded from Studio Forum (France), ElektraMusik (Strasbourg), Gràcia Territori Sonor (Barcelona) and Experimental Studio Slovak Radio & Monochromevision (Moscow). Moreover, ‘Die Jagd’ was co-produced by the Stuttgart State Opera & Rampe Theater and was selected to be performed at Frühling festival in Munich. Nick is currently an Audio Lecturer at SAE Institute and has delivered master-classes at the University of Surrey and Keele University.