At just twenty-one years young, Victor Niglio has taken the country by storm with his high energy, fierce, and passionate style of music production. From perfecting the piano at age 4, to creating orchestral music at age 17, this young producer carries an astonishingly diverse background in music. Niglio discovered his first electronic inspiration, The Bloody Beetroots at the age of 18 and his infatuation with the scene grew from there. Packed with addictive bass-lines, high energy drops, and varying production styles, Niglio’s productions genuinely have the ability to cater to all types of music lovers.
Just one short year ago, Niglio found himself doing whatever he could to convince promoters he was worthy of an open slot at their events. Driving around his hometown of Philadelphia, Niglio was willing to do whatever it took to gain some exposure for himself. Now he has not only produced original content and been involved in several monumental remixes, he has also headlined several massive shows and is touring the country. Truly starting from the bottom, this up and coming artist is an inspiration to young producers everywhere.
Niglio’s sets hold a truly new level of energy that keeps the crowd continuously wanting more. In early 2010, Niglio released the song “Booty Monsta” with Borgore, and for four years has destroyed dancefloors around the world. In October 2013, he released his single “Jiggy”, and his most recent accomplishment, Martin Garrix’s “Animals (Victor Niglio Festival Trap remix)”, has also been played on the mainstage of festivals nationwide.
The passionate, creative, and energetic feel that Niglio puts into his music is what will make him a continued success throughout 2014 and in the years to come. If the amount of success he’s achieved in such a short period of time says anything, who knows what the future may hold for this young artist.
Don’t miss your chance to see Victor Niglio THIS Friday May 9th, at REV Ultra Lounge! More info here.