Few artists have made as much noise in the dance music industry as quickly as Emily Nash. She only started releasing music in 2021, but she’s already earned air time on stations like Radio 1, Capital, and Kiss.
She’s also had placements on major playlists including the UK’s biggest electronic playlist MINT along with other impressive accolades like a spot on Beatport and Amazon’s prestigious “Ones To Watch” features for 2022.
Nash’s first single of 2022, “Garden” came out on Ministry of Sound Recordings back in January followed up by “Chemical Embrace” this past July. Both tracks define a sound that is as haunting and ghostly as it is groovy and funky, and this sound is sure to be a favorite on dancefloors as she expands her career even further.
Remixes are another forum where Nash thrives as she has recently delivered acclaimed remixes for Navos and Little Mix. She even has a drum and bass remix of her own track “Falling,” demonstrating the type of musical diversity that is inherent to her output.
Since making her DJ debut she has already played major gigs like Creamfields, Leeds Festival, Ministry, and Tobacco Dock for New Year’s Eve 2021. She’s shared a bill with Meg Ward, Elliot Adamson, and Loco Dice as well as Jonas Blue, Jax Jones, and Fisher.
This penchant for dance music started at a very young age with Emily because her parents are old school ravers who used to play the old Ministry compilations around the house in her hometown of Kidderminster.
Her parents made Glastonbury a tradition as well, taking Emily when her mom went when she was pregnant and then again at the tender age of 9 months for her first Glasto experience.
At 15 Emily went to see some DJs at Glasto, and after watching Camelphat, she was hooked on this lifestyle. Now she’s only 21 and the world of the house and techno is unfolding before her.