Nia Archives wins Best Producer at the BandLab NME Awards 2022
Nia Archives completed The Creative Music Production and Business Degree at Community Music in 2021.
Nia Archives was born in Bradford and raised in Manchester on a steady diet of reggae, rocksteady and old-school jungle. She made the cut for the NME 100 2022, which lists a hundred essential emerging artists to keep an eye on this year, for her “dancefloor-ready nu-jazz” that packs in “every one of her diverse influences.”

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The DJ and vocalist’s innovative take on drum ’n’ bass can be heard on her remix of fellow nominee PinkPantheress’ track ‘Nineteen’, which was featured on her ‘To Hell With It’ remix album. Her debut EP ‘Headz Gone West’ dropped in April last year and highly anticipated follow-up ‘Forbidden Feelingz’ is set for release on March 10.

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