Whether it's the hip-swinging rhythm of Dancehall or the silky smooth sounds of R&B, Nes has established herself as one of Sydney's most versatile selectors since stepping behind the decks in 2010. She's become an omnipresent force on the city's club circuit, holding residencies at Hugo's Lounge, Chinese Laundry, Ivy, The World Bar, Plan B Small Club, The Cliff Dive and The Lord Gladstone. She's also become a regular at Australia's biggest block party, One Day Sundays, as well as Sydney's longest running night of rambunctious rap, Halfway Crooks.
Outside of the club, her quirky approach to fashion and charismatic stage presence means that Nes has been scouted to spin tunes for the likes of Topshop, Swarovski, Sass and Bide, David Jones, General Pants and Myer, where she delved into House and Electronica with ease. She has also lent her talents to prominent parties and events hosted by MTV Dance Australia, Red Bull, Nike and Playstation.
When she's not being hand-picked to play parties, Nes is also throwing her own - hosting The Naughty Noughties, a night of 2000s hip-hop taking place at The Cliff Dive in Darlinghurst. With its first edition taking place on the tail end of 2015, the night has grown exponentially to host some of the venue's busiest nights on record.
However, her musical ambitions don’t end there. Nes has plans to expand her musical empire into the world of production, with the possibility of laying down her own vocals in the future. As a music maker on the rise, it would be in your best interests to commit Nes’ name to your memory – she’ll be sticking around for a while.