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Album Review

If you love the summer, sunshine, and New York City, then you just may find quite a bit of pleasure in the sophomore outing by Nickodemus, Sun People. A DJ who made a name for himself in the late '90s during a residency at Giant Step-produced gatherings, Nickodemus is becoming more and more his own man with each successive release. And throughout Sun People, he manages to touch upon several different stylistic approaches, such as the delightful retro Latin sounds of "La Lluvia," the reggae-ish "The Love Feeling," the Middle Eastern "Didibina," and the hip-hop-ish album opener, "Sun Children." If you're looking for some fine background music during your next summertime barbecue, Sun People could sound quite nice between bites of your tofu burger.


Born: New York, NY

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

New York City-based DJ/producer Nickodemus made a name for himself as the resident DJ of the long-running Turntables on the Hudson club night, and he also released numerous productions over the years, most notably the full-length album Endangered Species (2006). His musical style is wide-ranging, incorporating all styles of funky music, from house and Latin to Afro-beat and reggae. He was turned on to music at a young age thanks to his family, which played lots of music in the house, namely Motown,...
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