This summer, NGHTMRE and The Chainsmokers fused their very different sounds to make “Save Yourself,” and now NGHTMRE has followed up with a darker, dancefloor-oriented “VIP” version. While the original track incorporated some melodic elements and plenty of vocal strength into its dub roots, the VIP remix delivers extra-heavy percussion, serrating synths and warped vocals that sounds much more like NGHTMRE’s signature bass sound. Switch to the VIP when you’re in the mood for headbanging and thrashing out the angst that makes up the track’s core essence. NGHTMRE releases the “Save Yourself” VIP remix and his recent track “Like That” with Big Gigantic to round out an insanely successful year, which also included selling out his “NGHTMRE Before Xmas” tour shows at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco for 8500 people and the iconic Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles for another 5000 fans. There are a select amount of dates left on his winter tour, so grab tickets to a city near you here!
Through his meticulous, earth-shattering productions and equally electrifying live sets, NGHTMRE has taken his spot as one of the leading producers in dance music. The Los Angeles based artist has been ubiquitous for the past several years through a slew of successful releases, from 2015’s instant hit “Gud Vibrations” to collaborations with Wiz Khalifa, Zeds Dead, and The Chainsmokers, to remixes of Ekali and ZHU’s “Blame” and Flosstradamus ft. Smokepurpp’s “MVP.” NGHTMRE’s fast-paced, exhilarating live sets have earned him a loyal fanbase; his packed tour schedule this year has included EDC Las Vegas’ main stage, Billboard Hot 100 Fest, Hakkasan Las Vegas residency, Lollapalooza (Chicago, Paris, Berlin), Electric Zoo, Mysteryland, Creamfields, Ultra Music Festival, Holy Ship!, and Tomorrowland to name a few, in addition to his own Gud Vibrations events with SLANDER. The concept began with NGHTMRE and SLANDER’s friendship and music collaborations but blossomed into a multi-event series, including this year’s sold out boat party during Miami Music Week, and their own festival in SoCal. This year they founded the Gud Vibrations record label, transforming it into a platform and home for themselves and other artists to grow. It’s always a wild ride where NGHTMRE is concerned, so stay tuned to see what this ace of bass has up his sleeve next.