Nicky Fraser has been tweaking and twiddling with analogue synths and drum machines for many years.
Raised on a diet of classical music, she embarked on a journey to find something different, and found so much, but it was the clubbing scene that felt most like home. Armed with a sampler, and a growing collection of analogue synths and drum machines, she began creating quirky electronica.
She then turned her attention to her other passion, films, and produced the soundtracks for 3 independent films with two of these, The Planet, and One Day Removals in worldwide distribution.
In 2000, when she began DJ-ing, she created the moniker DJ Lunik but changed her name because she was becoming confused by a Mexican DJ – the Number One DJ Lunik ;)
She gained her first residency at the nightclub Kef, where she had the freedom to stretch her musical muscle playing 4 hour sets. She later turned this into her own night “KETchup”.
Her DJ skills resulted in her winning DJ Mag’s Top Pick of Pick ‘n’ Mix as well as being booked to warm up for a diverse range of DJs.
She’s played in Ibiza, London, Edinburgh and Aberdeen, as well as having mixes and tracks featured on online radio stations.
A combination of DJ-ing and yearly pilgrimages to Ibiza, Sonar and other music events have shaped Lunik Audion’s production style.
Her tune “I was made for This” received a great response from Radio One’s Huw Stephens, who included it on his Introducing Show, and Podcast. This track is now released…..