After enjoying a string of moderately successful hits under the name Limelght, Nick went solo. “[Tanner and I] were like two bulls in a china shop literally breaking everything.” Tanner is now an assistant a&r executive at Armada, which is his wheelhouse.
When asked about upcoming releases, Nick mentioned several in the queue including a Tom Fall remix of “All of Mine,” a Vigel remix of “Canis Major,” and a new track with Jake Willis. Nick is also going back to his roots in instrumental-world music. He recently released the album called Riding The Thermals which is making waves and charting around the world.
Nick called himself a “stay at home studio dad” as he works in the studio while taking care of his one year-old son. Nexus host Todd Michaels asked him what advice he’d give his son if he were to become an aspiring DJ: “Rephrase that, put producer first. You can DJ to support your production career. DJing is a mechanism by which you perform live.” That is great advice for anyone is the business.