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Nia Archives | Eora/Syd

Niche Productions and The Operatives presents

Nia Archives | Eora/Syd

8:00pm, Thu 1 February, 2024
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Nia Archives (UK)



After absolutely storming Australia last year, Mobo winning Junglist Nia Archives is back presenting her "Up Ya Archives" series off the back of Laneway festival. 

Born in Bradford and raised in Leeds before moving to Manchester, the North of England lays claim to one of the UK jungle scene’s most blistering arrivals: 23-year-
old producer Nia Archives.

After being mentored via the EQ50 scheme which helps women junglists and drum ‘n’ bass artists, the new jen junglist released her debut EP, Headz Gone West, in 2021 which saw tracks like ‘Sober Feels’ rack up 7.5M+ global Spotify streams. However, it was arguably Archives’ second EP, Forbidden Feelingz, which would be released in 2022 to widespread critical acclaim. Nods of approval were earned from Rolling Stone UK, GQ, British Vogue, The Face, Pitchfork, The Fader, i-D, and CRACK Magazine. She also scooped up a number of awards, including NME Bandlab Award for ‘Best Producer’, MOBO Award for Best Electronic/Dance Act, being named the BBC Introducing “Artist of the Year” - the award’s first electronic music recipient, AIM Awards “One To Watch” prize, DJ Mag Awards for “Breakthrough Producer”, a Brits Rising Star nomination and finished #3 in BBC Sound Poll.

Nia Archives’ latest EP, Sunrise Bang Ur Head Against Tha Wall, is a six-track EP that explores her personal growth: love, loss, rejection, estrangement, the come-up and the come-down. The EP includes UK Dance charting track ‘Baianá’, ‘No Need 2 B Sorry, Call Me?’ featuring Maverick Sabre, and the heart-tugging strings of ‘So Tell Me…'.

Proudly presented by Niche Productions and The Operatives.

We acknowledge that this event will be held on Wurundjeri land of the Kulin Nation / Gadigal Land of the Eora Nation and recognise that sovereignty was never ceded. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.


Do not attend if you are feeling unwell.

Photo ID is essential, acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian Photo Drivers Licence, State Approved ‘Proof of Age’ card or Passport.

We acknowledge that this event is held on the stolen lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.