Nitz on Futur Intel

Nitz on Fabric Mix from Saoirse

Nitz — Fabric Mix Saoirse

 

Saoirse’s fabric presents is a shapeshifting compilation that elevates the experience of her amorphous, renowned DJ sets. She defies time, space, and genre: where deep house morphs into moody techno, trippy grooves effortlessly transition into pumping bass, and unearthed gems are seamlessly stitched with brand new, exclusive tracks from long-time collaborator Shanti Celeste and Galdors imprint founder Junes. An additional track from Robert Livesu & Joe Montana titled “Chemical Voodoo” also appears exclusively on the LP. Saoirse delivers a cohesive and cosmic 70 minutes that envelops listeners into her community, and a looping, trance-like journey to explore all corners of the electronic realm through her own passions and voracious music discovery.

AmbientSoup showcase by Nitz on Aire Libre

 

 AmbientSoup showcase
by Nitz at Aire Libre

Nitz did a radio show for the excellent Aire Libre from Mexico representing his own imprint, AmbientSoup.

AmbientSoup is an independent Slovenian record label and event organizer founded by Tine Vrabič (Nitz) in 2019, focusing on ambient & experimental music — a world of endless possibilities, sophistication, and a vehicle for contemplation.

Ambient Soup’s label nights feature local talent and occasional international guests, meticulously curated for a selected audience and site-specific scenography. Ambient Soup’s imprint side was created as a platform for releasing Nitz’s own productions, friends, and local talents, spanning from ambient and downtempo to experimental and IDM. Each release features a hand-made collage artwork made by young local artist Blaž Rojs.

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VA Diversenia EP – Nitz & Evano

VA  Diversenia EP
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Evano & Nitz 

 

 

1. 1983 – Give us back our future 
2. Nitz – KBLX 
3. Evano – Starter tool artificial 
4. Bewell – Away 
 5. Rokko – Items 
 6. Eliaz – Bass (Organ mix) 

Tracks produced by 1983, Nitz, Evano, Bewell, Rokko, Eliaz.

Artwork by Jus Pustoslemsek
Made in Slovenia
ORG010

Nitz live at Plato’s Bodies, Ljubljana

PLATO’S BODIES

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The audio-visual performance in the industrial setting of the Old Power Station in Ljubljana is centred around an icosahedral object that summarises the shape and symbolism of the five Platonic solids representing the five elements. It was developed as an interactive AV installation for the Lighting Guerrilla festival. 

Plato’s Bodies has now been remade as a performance. The entire surface of the object becomes a continuous whole – the audio-reactive and mapped projections of three visual artists are united; at the same time, their driving force is the sound of the performing musicians. The lighting elements forming the junctions of the projection surfaces are used both for dictating the colour of the projections with visual triggers and for illustrating the musical tempo. 

Elements for the performance have been created by communities of visual and music artists for Lightning Guerilla Laboratory, in co-production: Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory with Strip Core / Forum Ljubljana.

Concept, installation development and artistic direction: Stella Ivšek, Anja Romih

LED electronics development and programming:
Aleš Zupanc

Visual artists: Mark Caserman, Bernarda Conič (Nibera), Stella Ivšek (BEAM TEAM), Neža Knez (knnz), Anja Romih (BEAM TEAM), Taja Štembergar (cute agression), Tina Šulc Resnik (TinyarVisuals)

Musicians: Jure Anžiček, Luka Seliškar (08080), Miro Križman (Miroki’i), Črt Trkman (Terranigma), Tine Vrabič (Nitz)

Video production: Adam Mulalić, Tadej Bavdek

Video edit: Anja Romih, Stella Ivšek

Audio technician & audio post production: Črt Trkman

Acknowledgements:Luka Frelih, MB Grip

Production: Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory & Strip Core / Forum Ljubljana

Co-production: Bunker Institute, The Old Power Station – Elektro Ljubljana

 

Plato’s Bodies was supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia, the Municipality of Ljubljana – Department for Culture, the Public Fund for Cultural Activities (JSKD) and the Ministry of Public Administration. The project is part of the EASTN-DC Network, which is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

Nitz – “Ankshis” release on AmbientSoup

Nitz

"Ankhis"
AmbientSoup

“Ankshis ” is a micro-cosmos of complex & detailed constructions, carefully elevated through subtle movements that make all its parts feel organic and warm — a world of textural soundscapes, full of sounds both weird and beautiful. Here time stands still, like the early morning haze.

“A true reflection of AmbientSoup’s ethos. 

Ljubljana’s Tine Vrabič (Nitz), has spent most of his creative life entangled between experimental electronics and left-field club music. After this year’s stellar debut with Urška as II/III, “It could be paradise” Tine returns to the ambient soup imprint to further expand his creative vision on a distinct 4-track EP.

“The release comes with a unique riso poster (30 cm × 30 cm) by Blaž Rojs printed out with a risoprint technique.”

Written & produced: Tine Vrabič
Artwork: Blaž Rojs
Mastered in Studio Friteza by Štefan Cerjak
Synth on Gverila by Slaviša Stevanović (Evano)

Nitz fabric x Klub K4 Mix

Nitz fabric x Klub K4 Mix

 

 

Trust us: once the world starts to return to normal, you need to add Ljubljana to your list of party destinations. The main reason for this is to check Klub K4, a beloved gem that’s been the bedrock of Slovenia’s underground scene for the last three decades. The booking policy heavily focusses on local talent from selectors and live acts through to VJs, though with up to 150 events running through the year, they still find space for the odd Sugar Free or Truly Madly. Dedicated house artists like this shine at K4, but you could just as easily hear electro, techno, drum & bass, UKG or hip-hop depending on the night and room you stumble into. As for the crowd, ask the countless artists who describe the energy inside as unlike anywhere else in the world.

Klub K4 programmer and resident DJ Nitz stepped in for his home club with a mix of ghostly electro and IDM cuts, the kind of thing you might expect to hear early morning inside the Ljubljana institution.

More info about K4