Nickodemus destined for Sun People

Brooklyn-based artist Nickodemus has performed alongside the NYC electronic dance scene’s finest. Nickodemus’ sophomore CD, Sun People, will be released June 16th on Thievery Corporation’s ESL Music. Sun People mixes sonics from destinations including Guinea, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Romania, India, Turkey, United Kingdom and New York City.

Nickodemus honed his skill as resident DJ for Giant Step-produced (NYC) functions from 1995 – 1999 where he provided support DJ sets for live concerts from Gil Scott Heron, Jazzmattazz, The Pharcyde, Mos Def & Kweli, KRS-One, Us 3, Thievery Corporation, Groove Collective, Pucho & the Latin Soul Brothers, Angelique Kidjo and Femi Kuti. In 1998, Nickodemus became resident DJ and producer for Turntables On The Hudson (TOTH) – one of the first late night outdoor events in NYC.

Sun People tracklisting:
1- “Sun People (Intro)” (feat Ismael Kouyate)
“Sun Children” (feat the Real Live Show)3- “La Lluvia” (feat Richard Shepherd)
4- “The Love Feeling” (feat Brian J of The Pimps of Joytime)
5- “2 Sips & Magic” (feat The New York Gypsy Allstars)
6- “Just Move!” (Feat Kwasi)
7- “Brookarest” (feat Costel & Roberto of Taraf de Haidouks)
8- “Didibina (feat Falu)” (produced with Quantic)
9- “Gira Do Sol” (feat Liliana Araujo)
10- “Calle Sol” (feat The Candela Allstars)
11- “weRISEweFALLweRISE” (feat The New York Gypsy Allstars)
12- “N’Dini” (feat Ismael Kouyate)

5/15 – WTB, New York, NY (Turntables On The Hudson)
5/21 – Belvedere, Houston, TX
5/22 – Raleigh Spring Music Festival, Raleigh, NC
5/22 – Halo Lounge, Atlanta, GA
5/23 – The Social, Houston, TX
5/29 – WTB, New York, NY (Turntables On The Hudson)
6/5 – WTB, New York, NY (Turntables On The Hudson)
6/12 – WTB, New York, NY (Turntables On The Hudson)
6/13 – 18th Street Lounge, Washington, DC
6/14 – Sundae, Philadelphia, PA
6/19 – WTB, New York, NY (Turntables On The Hudson)
6/20 – Old Can Factory, Brooklyn, NY
6/27 – Raw Fusion, Stockholm, Sweden
7/31 – Move Fest, La Coruna, Spain

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