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n1ghtmar3cat

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As n1ghtmar3cat, Dave Johnston’s characteristic flavour of immersive indie-electronica | EDM | alt-pop fuses cinematic sound design with hook-laden pop sensibilities, demonstrating the many facets of his production, composition and songwriting arsenal, built up over a decade as a multi-genre producer and performer (Villainy, Delivery Boyz, MISSY, Yoko-Zuna, The Zoup).

Following a self-titled debut album in 2019, sophomore record Rat Race dropped in August 2022, with singles including Rat Race; Don’t Lie; High Hopes; and Hurting Myself (and I Think I Like It). High Hopes grabbed the attention of the Spotify curators, bagging features on New Music Friday AU/NZ, Top Shelf Electronic and other coveted editorial playlists.

Written, recorded and produced by Johnston in isolation, the current wave of n1ghtmar3cat releases channel artists such as The Weeknd, Jon Hopkins, Banks and Flume, combining textural, atmospheric passages with moments of intense energy to draw the listener into the headspace that the emotive lyrics evoke.

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Dave Johnston

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