Nia Archives remixes Skin On Skin's massive 'Burn Dem Bridges'
The realise coincides with the jungle producer and DJ's recent MOBO award victory and BRIT nomination
Nia Archives has shared her stellar remix of Skin On Skin's hugely successful 'Burn Dem Bridges'.
In traditional Archives style, she has reworked the drill x techno track into an entirely new format consisting of rapid-fire jungle, which she has shared in recent sets to audience delight.
The drop of the explosive rework also coincides with the Leeds-born, Manchester-raised DJ, producer and vocalist's nomination for the 2023 BRIT Awards Best Rising Star and victory at this year's MOBOs for Best Electronic / Dance Act.
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"It was so fun to make an edit of one of ma favourite underground tracks of tha year," Nia tells Mixmag. "It was a Boiler Room highlight for me and has been going off in my sets the past couple of months.”
This week's release is another addition to her plethora of remixes she has worked on, having been on duties for the likes of Lava La Rue, PinkPantheress and Mall Grab.
She's also recently dropped established anthem 'Baianá', with 2022 being a markedly successful year for the multi-hyphenate.
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You can listen to Nia Archives' remix of Skin on Skin's 'Burn Dem Bridges' now, do so here.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag's Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter