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    Taiki Nulight’s Eclectic LP, ‘Murky Manor’ Pushes Electro To Its Limits

    The journey that has led up to Taiki Nulight’s debut artist album, Murky Manor, began over six years ago as he made his mark on the scene with a signature sound that is a multi-genre conglomerate of House, UK Garage, Bass Music, and Electronic Music. To date, this sound has awarded Nulight critical acclaim from tastemakers including Pete Tong, Annie Mac, and Mistajam of BBC Radio 1Billboard, Noisey, UKF, and more. Now after revealing album cuts “Night Bass Thing” with AC Slater and featuring Dell Harris, and “Way I Feel,” the Brighton UK hailing artist is now ready to unveil the remainder of his highly anticipated album releasing today via Night Bass. 

    Featuring 11 original tracks, Murky Manor serves as a testament to the sound now synonymous to Taiki Nulight. Opening with the appropriately titled “Invite To Murky Manor,” Nulight explores the hypnotic side of House music with the three-minute instrumental stunner. Diving deeper into the project, eerie title track “Murky Manor” lives up to its name with a shadowy cut whose versatility allows it to work in a number of settings- from a dark dance floor to the cinematic film score of a suspense thriller. Up next, Insomniac calls “Way I Feel”  “…a mix of sensations that conveniently all point to the dancefloor.”

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