NLV Records is open for business, announces first five signings

NLV Records is open for business, announces first five signings

Celebrate with a brand new, free Lewis Cancut track.

Following last week’s news that Nina Las Vegas will be leaving triple j to start her own record label, NLV Records, the producer/DJ/now-record-label-owner has announced the first batch of signings to the new imprint. Leading the lineup is Melbourne house authority Lewis Cancut, genre-bending DJ/producer and frequent collaborator Swick, “oblique club” pioneer Air Max ’97, and industrial grime extraordinaire Strict Face together with Nina herself. It's an exciting next phase in the career of one of Australian dance music's biggest players - constantly uncovering new and exciting artists in this country and giving them an outlet to be exposed to a wider audience. For us here at Pilerats she's always been across what it is we're doing all the way over the other side of the world, and we're super fucking excited to see where NLV Records goes both musically and artist-wise.

To celebrate the label launch and give audiences a taster of what’s to come, Nina is giving away one track from each of the artists over the next four weeks, starting with Lewis Cancut's Systems, available to stream below and download for free for the next seven days.

Not content with just starting a record label, Nina Las Vegas has also announced a series of international shows in North America and Europe to round out 2015. Check those dates below, followed by a little throwback interview we did with her back in the early days of Pilerats.

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