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Entries in Nom de Strip (3)


"After Dark" (Nom de Strip Remix) - Style of Eye & Tom Staar

Let me be the first to say that I was a huge fan of the original club mix by Style of Eye and Tom Staar.  "After Dark" was my early spring jam and something everyone could enjoy with its great progressive house/pop melody over a subtle Teched-out beat. Now that it's summer time and I'm back in NYC, I'm always looking for the hard hitters: the ones that I can hear at clubs and lose it all night to. Leaving the soft components of the melody with the vocals that I love, Nom de Strip strips it down into scratching Electro perfection, paints on some drum work and intensity to the build up, unveiling a track that's made to make you dance for days. Watch out for this Canadian powerhouse as he keeps crashing the Electro party!

Out now on Beatport!

By Jesse Silverman


"Techno Saturday" (Original Mix) - Nom De Strip

It's time for some firey new Electro House to liven up the season. Canadian Electro House wizard Nom De Strip has been on a roll lately releasing exclusive remixes under Deadmau5' Mau5trap, and here's his first bullseye on the label in the form of a raging original mix. Nom lays out for us a brilliant bassline that serves as a good foundation for the lethal backtracking that happens when he gets to breaking the beat down. With masterful progressions of metallic blips and synth, this rivals the productions of some of the genre's top dogs, so it's no wonder Alesso, Dirty South, and Sander van Doorn among others have been dropping this in their recent sets from Miami to San Francisco. Watch out for Nom as he continues to be one of the year's breakout artists!

Clouds EP - Out now on Beatport!

By Edward Fancher


"Channel 42" - Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner (Nom De Strip Remix)

Like many good tracks, this hard-hitter was recently premiered by Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1. Known for his work with the group Stupid Fresh, which he split with and formed this new solo-persona back in '09, Canadian Electro House extraordinaire Chris Elliott is at it again. Bringing heavy basslines and a unique thrill to his productions, the DJ/producer has worked on remix packages for the likes of industry legends MSTRKRFT, Fedde le Grand, and Chris Lake. His latest work is a hard hitting take on one of my favorite of Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner's collaborations: "Channel 42." Upping the bass and the energy, Nom de Strip's latest slaps hard so check it out.

By Edward Fancher