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Up and coming Long Island native Nick Liuzzi, aka Nikademis, has been making noise and this “Divinity” Porter Robinson flip is no exception.

Teaching himself how to mix at 12 with free software he found online and eventually a CDJ, it’s no surprise this 20 year old DJ had the skills to tackle this EDM staple.

I try my best to make all of my music come from the heart and make it about a feeling, that can hopefully spread positivity to the world. This world is such a harsh place-life is tough out there for a lot of people. Many struggle day to day for all kinds of reasons. I struggled for many years myself with my health and still struggle each day. Nothing would mean more to me than to help make this world a better place and create a better future through my passion for electronic music.


This saucy mama managed to kick the wind out of us and made us *loud hawk noise* our pants

Slather us up and slip us straight in the Funktion One for this one, boyz. Porter fan’s will appreciate the ‘Fresh Static Snow’ live edit nod in the drop and anyone with ears will appreciate it as rad and thicc as heck.

You know that scene in Dr. Strange where bald monk Tilda Swinton unlocked Ben & Jerry Cucumbersnack’s mind or whatever by pushing him out of his body into that deems dream realm? This remix does the same thing but with dubstep. It’s pretty, heavy, and slutty all at once. Do they make hawk sized neck braces?

From originals like his dreamy ‘Don’t Promise me‘ to his Chainsmokers rework that was recently featured on Timmy Trumpet’s podcast, ‘Freak show‘, Nikademis is hitting the ground running. Divinity is his first release of 2020 but it has us excited to see whats next. Steam it below!

Listen to Nikademis “Divinity” Porter Robinson Flip below:

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