Nostalgix Slaps x3 with New 'OG Sins' EP on Night Bass [LISTEN]

Nostalgix Slaps x3 with New ‘OG Sins’ EP on Night Bass [LISTEN]

Nostalgix is on a roll, continuing her hot streak with a 3-pack EP out now via Night Bass.

OG Sins is all about that low end — with soft, sneak attacks and quirky drops signature of Nostalgix’s lighthearted style. Her crafty sound design shines throughout, as the swiftly rising producer shares her four on the floor heartbeat one track at a time.

“Heist” provides the perhaps hardest hits on the EP, with mind-blowing frequencies, an addictive hook and familiar chants. “Bad For Me” speeds it up just a bit, with gorgeous vocals and wild, squeaky synths. Finally, “OG Sins” takes it home with sick flow, insane percussion, and an overall “ride till we die” mentality, with no shortage of bass.

Listen here and get to know Nostalgix below. We guarantee this won’t be the last time you hear from her.

Nostalgix – OG Sins EP

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The Story of Your Paradise As Told By Festival Founders Ignacio Garcia and Hadi J

The Story of Your Paradise As Told By Festival Founders Ignacio Garcia and Hadi J

Over the past six years, Your Paradise Fiji has earned a reputation for being one of the most intimate destination festivals in the world. Known for giving fans of dance music an unrivaled intimate festival experience with their favorite artists on a remote island in Fiji, the festival returns this year with A-Trak, Gorgon City, Getter’s hip-hop alter ego Terror Reid, What So Not, Cosmo’s Midnight, Mija, Noisia, and more along with curated parties from Anjunadeep, Night Bass, and Desert Hearts. Your EDM spoke with two of the festival founders for a chance to learn a little bit more about this island festival, if it really is just as much of a fantasy as it appears to be, and if Your Paradise is as elite as it seems or if the festival really is a fantastic travel adventure for anyone who loves dance music as much as we do.

What was your personal goal when setting out to create Your Paradise? Do you feel like you were able to achieve it and if so which year of the festival and what was the goal that replaced it. How has the vision behind Your Paradise grown or evolved since you first started building the concept of this Island Festival?

The goal was to develop a truly all-encompassing curated experience where travel, self-discovery, music & culture were part of the one event. Originally attracting a primarily Australian audience, we have now flights departing from Los Angeles and Auckland, New Zealand; with

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