Артист: Nero Название: Between II Worlds Жанр: Electronic Год выхода: 2015 Label: EMI Virgin Music Ltd. / B0023681-02 О музыке:
01. Circles (04:31)
02. The Thrill (03:30)
03. It Comes And It Goes (04:02)
04. Two Minds (03:34)
05. What Does Love Mean (04:09)
06. Between II Worlds (07:20)
07. Into The Night (05:12)
08. Satisfy (04:03)
09. Dark Skies (04:01)
10. Into The Past (Reboot) (04:14)
11. Tonight (03:40)
12. Wasted (04:53)
Nero, stylized NERO, is a British electronic music trio composed of members Daniel Stephens, Joe Ray and Alana Watson. In August 2011,
they released their debut studio album Welcome Reality which reached number one in the UK Albums Chart. In August 2012, "Promises" achieved gold
status in the United States. On 10 February 2013, Nero won a Grammy for their collaborative remix of "Promises" with Skrillex.
Ray and Stephens were both born in 1984. Ray grew up in Northwood, London whilst Stephens grew up in Notting Hill. The boys met Watson when they were
18. Ray played classical guitar and Stephens played cello with encouragement from his free-jazz musician father. By the time a mutual friend
introduced them at the age of 17, Stephens was attending the specialist music school at Pimlico. Outside school both were making electronic music on
home computers. They began working together at 17, setting up a studio in Stephens' bedroom. The latter had already been a fan of jungle music
after seeing M-Beat featuring General Levy on Top of the Pops in 1994. Ray’s epiphany (according to Q), happened in the London club Fabric where the
duo's ideas about producing were cemented.
Nero's debut release was "Space 2001" as part of the "Straight Outta Leicester" three piece vinyl LP on Reformed Recordings in 2004. Watson
started featuring on Nero's songs from 2008, namely "Solid Air" (Punchy Recordings) and "This Way" (Audio Freaks) which was their debut dubstep
release, and is now a full-time member of the band.
Nero released the EP, 'Requiem', May 10, 2006, predominantly hard drum and bass, which quickly saw their acknowledgement within the genre
rise within the dance music scene.
Sasha Frere-Jones, journalist for the New Yorker Magazine, listed Nero's remix of The Streets, "Blinded by the Lights" in his top songs of 2009.
The track had radio airplay in the UK as well as being played by DJs including Chase & Status, Skream, Tiësto and Diplo.