V2 Presents & Sky SLC Present
Nitti Gritti & Wuki
Refilling your dose of dance music in SLC every single Thursday night. From bass loving headbangers to house heads we connect our city to dance music. Let our DJs save your life.
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Venue・SKY SLC・149 W Pierpont Ave
21+ event・Doors Open at 9:30pm
About Nitti Gritti:
NITTI GRITTI is the name that continues to push the boundaries of electronic music. With an ever-expanding list of A-list supporters including DJ Snake, Diplo, Dillon Francis, Major Lazer, and Tiesto, NITTI has proven himself a heavyweight within the dance music community.
2018 positioned itself as a massive year for NITTI GRITTI. He started off the year on a headlining World Tour, where he performed across the United States, China, and Australia. His biggest release “Crack” was signed to Tiesto’s label, Musical Freedom, and was the seventh most played track at Ultra Music Festival. He also has shown his talents expand far beyond dance music by co-producing Enrique Iglesias’ latest single, “Move To Miami” featuring Pitbull and Bad Bunny’s “200 MPH” with Diplo. He’s also released official remixes for Bazzi’s “Mine” and Mario’s “Drowning.” NITTI GRITTI ended the year performing over 100 shows across 3 continents coupled with several superstar collaborations.
Known for his contagious energy behind the decks and ingenious productions, NITTI GRITTI has garnered a dedicated following of both producers and fans alike, and is ready to dominate the music scene. It’s time to get down to the NITTI GRITTI.
Wuki is the genre-blending solo project of Los Angeles-based producer Kris Barman. Influenced by the sounds of Detroit ghettotech and Chicago footwork scenes, Barman’s ability to seamlessly mix booty, breaks, electro, and house into hard-hitting club-shakers has become a trademark of the Wuki sound. The Mile High City resident has earned releases and remixes for notable imprints such as OWSLA, Main Course, Fool’s Gold, and Ultra – not to mention support from the likes of Knife Party, Skrillex, and Rolling Stone Magazine.