Paces is ready to go back to the future with his latest single ‘1993 (No Chill)’. ‘1993 (No Chill)’ features the vocals of UK-born, Adelaide-raised Jess Kent, and has already hit the top 5 on the Shazam Future Hits chart as well as being the most played track on triple j in late January.
1993 (No Chill) comes with mixes from broken beat specialist Spenda C, Wongo on the fidget tip, UK’s Big Dope P goes large with a ghetto banger, Jack LNDN for all your deep house needs and Adelaide’s rising star LK McKay.
Gold Coast producer Mikey Perry, better known as Paces, kicked off 2015 in typical swag-lord style, waltzing into triple j’s Hottest 100 at number 100 with his Tkay Maidza collab, ‘Switch Lanes’. This was quickly followed up by his hit single ‘Nothing’s Forever’, which featured vocals from Perth artist Kuka. ‘Nothing’s Forever’ hit the top 30 of the iTunes Dance chart after being added to full rotation on triple j. Off the back of this success, Paces hit the road with a sold out tour across the country and was tapped for official remixes for Years & Years, Tinashe & Hermitude.
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Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/album/2joCNTpDa1077x7VPjBq6k
Apple Music : https://itun.es/au/XT1wbb
iTunes : https://itunes.apple.com/au/album/1993-no-chill-feat.-jess-kent/id1096506225