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General News / June 10, 2018

Nonzus Magnus shares an experimental new project

General News / June 10, 2018

Nonzus Magnus shares an experimental new project

“We’ll be more than alright. We’ll be mighty forever…”

 

Irish artist Nonzus Magnus kicks off his latest EP ‘Rage + Chill’  with the abrasive ‘Drive Thru’ and Nonzus keeps the weird vibes coming throughout.

The tracks transverse genres and styles and reference the likes of 6ix9ine, Kanye West’s ‘Lost In The World’ and even samples The Incredibles.

Magnus has become a favourite in District HQ since releasing a series of singles in 2017, most notably one of the stand out tracks of the year in ‘Tina you fat lard‘, performing live at one of our parties and treating us to a rendition of the aforementioned track live on RTÉ 2XM.

Listen to the tracks below, with an extra release on his Soundcloud.