Nora En Pure, whose real name is Daniela Di Lillo, is a globally recognized Deep House and Indie Dance music sensation originally from South Africa but now based in Switzerland. Known for her unique blend of electronic beats, melodic instrumentals, and a touch of classical influences, she has quickly become a leading figure in the dance music world.
Di Lillo began her journey into music from a young age, finding her roots in classical music and mastering the flute and piano. However, it was after her move to Zurich, Switzerland, that she immersed herself in electronic music production and quickly gained recognition.
In 2009, Di Lillo emerged on the scene, releasing debut tracks under the Enormous Tunes and Tonkenish music labels. Her 2013 track, "Come With Me," acted as a breakthrough, garnering widespread support from industry tastemakers and capturing the attention of fans worldwide.
Part of the Helvetic Nerds group, Di Lillo is revered for her ability to guide listeners through the darker realms of Deep House. Each of her tracks shines with its own unique golden touch, and her performances never fail to leave audiences in awe.
She has graced the decks at some of the most respected music festivals and clubs globally, including Ultra Music Festival, Coachella, Tomorrowland, and the world's largest club, Privilege Ibiza. These high-profile performances, along with her successful residency at Marquee Dayclub Las Vegas, have expanded her fanbase across the globe.
Her rise to prominence has been marked by numerous career milestones. In 2016, she delivered a phenomenal BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix, while 2017 saw her release a series of sensational tracks, including the Conquer Yosemite EP and standout singles "Waves," "Fever," "Tears In Your Eyes," and "Trailblazer."
In 2018, Di Lillo landed her own weekly Purified radio show on SiriusXM Chill and hosting her first Purified events in various cities. Her track "Sphinx" rapidly became a fan favorite, leading to the successful Sphinx Tour.
Di Lillo's remarkable accomplishments extend to her nomination in the IDMA Awards for Best Female Artist (House) and Best Podcast/Radio Show for Purified. With over 2.9 million monthly listeners on Spotify, it is clear that her influence in the house music community continues to grow.