Bass | Nurko and Miles Away Unleash Bass Influenced Remix Of Halsey’s “Without Me”

Posted by on October 17, 2018

Nurko and Miles Away team up to bring an emotion-filled remix of Halsey’s “Without Me” to fruition. As one would expect, richly layered synths and monumental drops arguably complete the original vocals. The result of this collaboration is body-moving rhythms, crisp percussion, and touching progressions. The artists utilize the catchy nature of the original and augment the track with their unique and individual sounds.

All parties involved have been grinding in music since childhood. Nurko, also known as Jack Leech, has made good use of his working knowledge of music theory to craft a meaningful and powerful sounds, resulting in tens of millions of streams and the support large outlets and labels. Miles Away, a duo who have together and separately, have locked down the support of Arty, Morgan Page, Hardwell, and KO:YU, to name a few.

Bass | Nurko & Last Heroes Team Up On NoCopyrightSounds Original “Promise Me ft. Jessie Chambers”

Posted by on July 23, 2018

A trio of talent have teamed up on a melodic-bass influenced work “Promise Me.” The vocal work of Jessie Chambers, melding naturally to the heavy, almost-melancholy instrumental the original lays down. For Nurko, this single marks his first original on the label, a nice addition to recent achievements like premiere support from established music outlets, millions of plays, and having made his overall debut on the label, NoCopyrightSounds, only weeks earlier via “Egzod – Paper Crowns ft. The Leo The Kind (Nurko Remix).” Last Heroes are long-standing players in the NCS family too, several releases with bass-fueled emotion can be found on their streaming channels – even an Au5 collaboration in the midst of the duo’s roster. Together, Nurko and Last Heroes “Promise Me” strikes a natural balance between all parties, including the fans.

Bass | Voltaire Leaves Impression With Remix Of Nurko’s Original “Million Birds”

Posted by on June 10, 2018

Featuring a super clean, nearly-mysterious sound, soloist Voltaire had created his own world around Nurko and Elle Vee’s “Million Birds,” indie-guitar work, future bass, along with a melody and feel that seems to highlight a theme of reassurance together form a transformative remix. Voltaire prefers to stay behind the scenes in the beginning, testing the waters musically with aliases before pushing the personality.

The interesting angle and work of the soloist is an eye-catcher, well-supported sounds will certainly come through one way or another.


Bass | Nurko Kicks Off His 2018 Roster With “Million Birds”

Posted by on February 23, 2018

“Million Birds” is the title of electronic artist Nurko’s first track of 2018, and it is quite a way to bring in the new year. The song begins with humble piano chords, and the sounds of birds chirping and flying. The gentle plucking of the strings carries the whole song delicately. Then, that delicacy is balanced with victorious and sturdy synthesizers. Elle Vee breathes even more life into this song with her dreamy vocals. I think she helps the song naturally ascend into a complete rhythmic gesture of remembrance. What is it the song want us to remember? Well, I suppose that is up to the listener. However, for me, the theme of flight and defying gravity itself foresees a future of freedom, since, to remember who we are, we must indeed become who we are meant to be. ‘Million Birds’ is a melodic reminder to the listener of that sacred duty to oneself, and indeed to the universe.

Chill | Nurko Drops Heart-Warming KnightVision Release “With U (feat. Misdom)”

Posted by on October 21, 2017

Nurko may be the next in a long line of successful Jersey-bred artists. “With U (Feat. Misdom)” comes on the heels of lots of indie / dance / soul hybrids we’ve have seen in various shapes and sizes in the past couple of years. Yet, Nurko finds a way to zero in on a very nurturing, organic aspect of these types of sounds that settles in nicely from the very first listen of “With U.” It’s hard to pinpoint the elements that deliver this feeling exactly, but Nurko is certainly ahead of the curve on this front. Previous to this single, Nurko collected several million plays and notable label releases including Lowly Palace, showcasing a consistent track-record of success.

Chill | Nurko Releases Remix Of Keys N Krates & Krane’s “Right Here”

Posted by on May 10, 2017

Nurko is a name that should not be missed out in 2017, if you are into up-and-comers. Nurko hasn’t been pushing this project for super long and already has 2 million plays to his name, a TSIS premiere, a music video, and so much more – most of those plays getting locked in this year. Nurko is turning heads with his multi-genre appeal blanketed with a dark-theme throughout most of his tracks.

His newest release, which follows up the hit “Let Me Go”, is a remix of Keys N Krates and KRANE’s “Right Here”, doing the original justice, to say the least. The single reminds me of if Jai Wolf and San Holo had a baby, a very chill sound with rough edges around it, along side nice breaks in the bridge as well. Nurko is on to something.

Chill | Nurko Releases Video For Lowly Palace Release “Let Me Go”

Posted by on April 17, 2017

Nurko is an artist that has been creeping up on my radar as of late. He was previously supported on FNT via his Trap Nation / Lowly Palace release “Let Me Go,” which was also premiered by the blog ThisSongIsSick. Nurko has followed up the successful single with a visual accompaniment. Showcasing dramatic film filters, slow motion moments, and a story that is easy to soak in.

With this type of momentum heading Nurko’s way, it’s safe to say he is having a good 2017 so far. Nurko plans to release more music in the coming weeks, watch out for more new music soon.