During the 80s, since his first parties in London, with Gilles Peterson and Norman Jay beside him, Nigel resided in clubs like The Arches and The Tunnel, creating the legendry “Chaser” with Funk D’Void and publishing with labels like Soma and Nuphonic before leaving for New York.
It was the time when underground was exploding in the great apple, thanks to the work of producers like Masters at Work, Francois K and Danny Tenaglia, with whom he started to work, while he was organizing house parties, of legal doubt and memorable Latin parties, which were combined with his tasks at the legendary Dance Tracks music store. Game On (Some, 1999), his first album with Chaser, was sponsored by Gilles Peterson and Jazzanova, entering in recompilations like “Future Sound Of Jazz” and “Break n Bossa” and in festivals like “Sonar”and “Roskilde (Copenhagen).
When he returned to London in 2000, he would create his own label Twilight Recordings, from where he would produce several underground hits and would also begin editing a soloist career, which today has 60 references, two acclaimed albums with Sunshine Recordings, his addition to “Future Sounds of Jazz” (Compost), some recompilations for Soma and Emi and a lot of re-mixes.
There is a great collection of stories, which can be felt in his sessions, with jazz-funk influences and modern electronic.