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P009_Resident Advisor

By Patric Fallon

Very little of Noite E Dia sounds “right” in any traditional sense, and nor does it mean to. But every piece arranged by Lisbon artist DJ Nigga Fox—from the fiercely off-grid percussion to the noodling synths to the disembodied alien voices—feels right. The four tracks are so bizarre and delirious they’re almost intimidating, and yet they’re exuberant in a way that could liberate dance floors.

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Tiny Mix Tapes P009

By Stefan Wharton

Favorably, the convoluted nature of the EP gives the impression of something much longer, as opposed to the four tracks that it is, evading any possibility of discontent. Aside from the arrangements, the use of effects and manner of sonic processing is complex and sophisticated, and the leverage of computer technology is clearly discernible. To that end, it is easy to see how Nigga Fox fits alongside an array of electronic music artisans on a wider scale, such as T C F, DJ Richard, or Karen Gwyer, and why Warp Records is set to release an EP of tracks by Lisbon DJs that includes Nigga Fox. Fundamentally, with every Príncipe release inflating the cacophony, Noite E Dia is individually and undeniably assured.

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24.4.2015
artwork by Márcio Matos

Estreia, na Noite Príncipe, de Safari e Dotorado, com novos sons para levar o pessoal até aos clássicos Blacksea Não Maya. Festa no  Musicbox na baixa lisboeta.

On the eve of a typically significant date for the Portuguese (look it up!), two exciting DJs make their Noite Príncipe debut: Safari and Dotorado. Watch for new sounds, together with the already classic Blacksea Não Maya. Come party at  Musicbox in downtown Lisbon.

24 ABRIL PRINCIPE NET

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Nidia_Tiny Mixtapes

By Stefan Wharton

On Danger, the listener is constantly reminded of Minaj’s existence through sporadic interjections of “Nidia Minaj.” Such affirmations of the DJ’s presence are particularly significant on Danger, considering the architect is a 17-year-old schoolgirl in a generally older, male-dominated context. But make no mistake: Nidia Minaj has produced one of the most forcible works to come through this avenue, let alone recent dance music as a whole.

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NPR_Nigga Fox

By Sami Yenigun and Otis Hart

It begins with a swell, then a crash, and a lingering cacophony of hand drums. The first 10 seconds of DJ N—— Fox’s “Um Ano” is so disorienting, it takes a few more seconds to lock into its ominous bounce. The Portuguese producer pieces the rest of this four-minute jaunt together in much the same fashion. He floods the mix with confounding shards of noise, but after the dust settles, it’s clear that what first appeared to be shrapnel had a precise trajectory.

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