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Stream Nia Archives’ outstanding 6-track EP ‘Sunrise Bang Ur Head Against tha Wall’

The project includes ‘Baianá’, ‘So Tell Me…’, and ‘Conveniency’.

Photo: Courtesy of the label

Today, Nia Archives, known for her contributions to the Jungle and Drum and Bass genres, released a new extended play with a captivating vibe. Everything about it feels good and familiar. My favourite tunes are ‘Baianá’, ‘No Need 2 Be Sorry, Call Me?’ featuring Maverick Sabre and the title track, and they are on heavy repeat! If you are in North America and haven’t travelled abroad, you should start with this global soundscape paired with celestial vocal styling—bound to make you feel like you’re on a flight to a timezone atleast five hours removed from yours.


Tomorrow, at an unknown location, Nia Archives has a secret pop up rave. You can sign up to attend via this link. She’s also going on tour in the United Kingdom and Europe. The tickets are on sale now.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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