Nuklear MC, a name that has risen consistently over the recent years. Hailing from the UK and known for his dark lyrical content, Nuklear has become quite a popular vocalist in the Drum and Bass scene and is also one of Eatbrain’s frontline MC’s
Gaining notoriety and working with a vast array of talented producers, Nuklear has built up quite a playlist. One of his earlier collaborations was released on Eatbrain’s epic first album “Tales Of The Undead”. A monstrous track named “Killcode”produced by Qo and then later remixed by Mindscape. One to really get the crowd going crazy and the start of many more features to come from the Eatbrain camp. Also teaming up with Italian producer Maztek, notching up two releases, one track called “What We Bring” released on BTK’s label Dutty Audio, and the other called “Crank It Up” that was released on the legendary Renegade Hardware.
Nuklear later joined forces with BTK & Optiv to create the heavy track “Ground Shaker” featuring on their “Blackjack LP” released on Virus recordings. Most recently working with Audio & Prolix for the track “Creatures” on Audio’s mighty album “Beastmode” out on Ram Records, a real dance floor killer!
Through his lyrics and dedication to Drum & Bass, Nuklear has gained recognition from figures across the industry and being known for having an atmospheric presence on the live stage. Having worked live on set alongside some of the leading artists and performing at iconic venues and Festivals such as Ministry of Sound in London and the mighty Let It Roll Festival and also being a resident MC for the legendary Renegade Hardware night.
DJ’s & Producers Nuklear has worked alongside
Audio – The Upbeats – Mefjus – Emperor – Ed Rush & Optical – The Prototypes – Calyx & Teebee – DC Breaks – Prolix – Maztek – Optiv & BTK – Mob Tactics – Jade – Mindscape – Break – Cyantific – S.P.Y – Rockwell – DJ Fresh – Nero – Lenzman – Commix – Hazard – Total Science – Jubei – Bailey – L 33 – Volatile Cycle – Kritix – L 33 – Qo – Subtension
Ram Records – Eatbrain – Virus Recordings – Mayan Audio – Renegade Hardware – Dutty Audio