Silos and Nel A hit the ground running with their debut Justice.
Silos drops crushing basslines and beats while Nel A is spitting her
Manchester flavour all over the tracks. Its Azelia Banks on a night out
with The Swedish House Mafia and they get in A drunken brawl with The
Manchester is a long way from Christchurch NZ, but at the age of 20 thats where Nel A now calls home after emigrating with her parents seven years ago.
Nel is one of those rare finds they call the Triple Threat, She sings,
dances and writes her own material all with plenty of attitude and
swagger. On All I Need her voice is pure and innocent, On Razorface she
spits street anger and venom to her foes.
Nel A is the Real Deal. She bleeds music from her heart and soul.
Silos has spent most of his life living and travelling around the globe
searching for music and waves. Going from small town NZ to the heart of
London definitely opened his eyes to A new world where anything seemed
possible. This is where he was influenced by the UK dance scene and
classic acts like The Prodigy, Underworld, Leftfeild and Roni Size.
This was a long way from his rock roots back home but had the same
adrenaline inducing response. He gets his kicks from both chugging
guitar riffs and deep dirty bass drops.
Silos also lives his music,
and that journey has had him play shows from Vienna to Edinburgh,
Brisbane to Invercargill, Bombay to London.
Together Silos and
Nel A have that thing every act wants, Chemistry, They are the
compliment to each others strengths, and the music flows freely between
They are proud of Justice and are ready to take it to the
world and hit the stages and airwaves with their high velocity live
shows and songs that will stick to the side of your brain like superglue