The very popular Nosaj Thing visits Train on his spring tour.
At a very young age Jason Chung started exploring electronic music, and he quickly found out that this wasn’t just a hobby, this was something he was destined to do for a living.
His career started with producing in the Hip Hop-underground society, where he time and time again proved that he was incredible. A very important hype started growing around his alias Nosaj Thing, and he began working with artists like Kid Cudi and Kendrick Lamar – names that means a lot on a producers CV.
As he began working with more and more artists, his interest in playing gigs himself was growing. After creating a solid fundament for his own name on the electronic stage, he got much bigger jobs including a remix-job for the fantastic The xx. For them he did remix of the song Islands to perfection.
The entire music world started taking notice of the amazing musician, and his name got bigger and bigger he was suddenly getting a lot of attention from music medias all over the world. With the media attention, including a lot of mentioning in Pitchfork, he also started topping a lot of the electronic charts, this including the electronic iTunes charts!
Earlier this year he released his second album Home, an album the electronic interested had been waiting for with high expectations – and he didn’t disappoint! This album followed up on his earlier album “Drift” from 2009, which is very critical acclaimed album.
Now he has rappers stealing his beats, indie-lovers singing a long and a highly respected status among his colleagues in the electronic society.
This is without a doubt one of those names that people in the music world knows and loves, but among the Danish music listeners he is still a sort of unknown name. However, when you get a chance to see a guy so respected you don’t let it go by.
So if you’re into electronic music, and you enjoy it played to perfection, you should definitely stop by Atlas tomorrow!
Above the article you can enjoy the song Ecplise/Blue from his newest release.