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General News / May 5, 2017

Irish producers Nadir remix Ariana Grande’s ‘Let Me Love You’

General News / May 5, 2017

Irish producers Nadir remix Ariana Grande’s ‘Let Me Love You’

Moving Still and Minos are back together as Nadir for a new rework.

 

Dublin producers Minos and Moving Still started their collaborative project Nadir in the summer of 2016.

According to the duo they combined their shared love of ambient, electronica, techno and bass music to create a new take on these influences.

We caught up with one half of the duo a few weeks ago, Jamal Sul, for our podcast series. He discussed his run in with MF DOOM’s manager, honing his skills with Martin Clancy, and his solo project Moving Still. Click here to listen to that, and check out the new Nadir track in full below.