Having recently returned to her hometown of Melbourne from Sydney, DJ and Producer Nite Fleit has quickly cultivated a distinctive sound of her own in the local scene, one that is suspended between industrial techno, acid and house, yet drifting into aesthetics she finds too difficult to categorise with words. Since departing the duo and party series Lady Shave, her obsessive DJ practice and insatiable appetite for records has seen Nite Fleit quickly soar towards prominence via her own production, releasing remixes through Multi Culti and Neat Lawn for Xanga, Huntly and Rainbow Chan, while teaming up with Ryan Powderly of Pelvis for her production debut on Plastic World’s all-Australian compilation. Perpetually recording mixtapes of her ahead of the curve sound, she’s recently focussed her attention on solo production, working on her first EP to be out later this year.
Her DJ sets have seen her play in institutional art spaces and music venues throughout Australia and internationally, including MONA’s Dark Mofo festival, where she performed a live audio-visual set, along with sets at Pitch Music Festival, Let Them Eat Cake, Melbourne Music Week, Biennale of Sydney and crossing the oceans to play at Tokyo’s Bonobo and Aoyama Tunnel.
Regularly headlining Melbourne and Sydney’s most prominent parties such as Cool Room, Club D’érange, Daydreams, Pelvis, Vibe Positive, Lucid and Dial Up, Nite Fleit also works closely with the Vibe Positive crew in Sydney throwing the wildly popular Full Bloom parties.