Caspian – Atoms

This week, the Hot Wax section would like to introduce you to the young and emerging talent that is Connor Nolan, aka Caspian. Hailing from the UK town of Chippenham, Caspian is a motivated and hungry producer who has only recently started publishing some powerful, yet high-quality tracks. Prompted by his love for electronic music from a young age, Caspian was heavily influenced by the likes of Fatboy Slim and Carl Cox, which led him to start mixing and selecting tracks throughout his teens. 

A few years on, Caspian has begun to experiment with different DAWS and production methods, resulting in a unique and personal soundtrack. As of late, time in the studio has enabled Caspian to conjure up his very first releases, such as ASAP, a fresh lo-fi house track featuring A$AP Mob samples and Give It To Me (Caspian Club Flip), a club orientated mix of a Nelly Furtado classic. Adding to his already mighty fine catalogue, Caspian has now followed up with a track called Error and of course the one we are all here for, Atoms. Taking this weeks Dance Wax premiere slot is a true lo-fi house cut packed with dreamy chopped vocal samples to take the listener on a tripped out journey into the outer realms. A quality release that truly sets the bar for young Caspian. Keep an eye on him.

A. Atoms

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