Australian-born, London-based Nite Fleit has cultivated a distinct, uncompromising sound of her own, setting the club circuit ablaze, through refined DJ sets and genre-melding original productions.
A kaleidoscopic palette of influences, ranging from golden-era EBM and rave, to contemporary acid and electro, runs through the young artist’s recorded works. Distilling years of idiosyncrasies as a curator, Nite Fleit, real name Alysha Fleiter, unleashed her first, complete solo effort, Steel City Dance Disks Volume 7, in late 2018, promptly following it up with Overcast on Tiffany D’s label - a braindance-leaning exercise in rhythmic propulsion. Following this in 2019, Fleiter released her next offering, Moogie, in collaboration with long-time friend and famed selector, Mall Grab on his coveted Looking For Trouble imprint. The Australian’s left-of-center body music gems quickly caught the ears of Helena Hauff and Umwelt, setting Nite Fleit on an upward trajectory through the ranks.
Along her meteoric ascent, Nite Fleit has gone live at the Boiler Room, an unprecedented three times. Touching down for key club and festival dates across Asia and Europe, Fleiter kicked her aesthetic imperfection into high gear throughout 2019: culminating in an unforgettable debut Berghain performance.
Back in her London studio, Nite Fleit is alchemising the wave of energy from recent shows into new recordings: three long-awaited mixes and five spellbinding EPs are set for release later this year and early 2020.
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