Her music is dazzling in all senses, a trance-inducing tangle of boxy drums, vivid swirls of synthetic melody and buzzsaw grime bass,” The Quietus enthused about the fast-emerging Nídia. This young Portugal-born, Bordeaux-based producer reconfigures the Afro-Portuguese sounds of kuduro, batida and tarraxinha into her unique and highly kinetic brand of dance music. Lifting the sound of urban Portugal to a global scale has made Nídia a sought-after collaborator: she contributed to Fever Ray’s latest LP ‘Plunge’ and Kelela’s ‘Take Me Apart’-remix album.

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