A.K.A. Tripswitch - NYTimes-featured electronic music producer, remixer, mixing and mastering engineer, writing partner to Nick Warren & Hernan Cattaneo, CEO of onedotsixtwo and Section Records
Nick Brennan’s 19-year career as Tripswitch has seen numerous successes and highlights, from New York Times reviews to BBC Radio 1 airplay, live performances all over the world, writing music for a major video game, ad campaigns, music used for BBC’s Blue Planet and the 2014 Commonwealth Games ceremonies - but recent years have seen the veteran Chillout-Electronica “producer’s producer” consolidate his rising position in the Progressive House world with a string of original productions, remixes, DJ performances, and collaborations with some of the biggest names in the business, including his old friend Nick Warren and most recently El Maestro, Hernan Cattaneo.
2020 sees Nick combine this house ascent with a return to his more cinematic roots, with 2 albums released in the first quarter. The first is a commission from NY Times reporter Ian Urbina to write a 'soundtrack' for his recent bestselling book The Outlaw Ocean, followed by his latest long-awaited full-length downtempo album, Memento Mori, hit the shelves.
In between all this, Nick somehow finds the time to work on a number of collaborative projects across a variety of genres, from producing Seattle based Dark Wavers Suffering For Kisses to working with a number of writing partners for leading sync libraries.
Nick in an in-demand mastering engineer for Progressive House, Dub, Chillout and Industrial.
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