Exclusive Premiere – Ali Love & Nicky Night Time – Ubiquity (Feat. Breakbot) [Eric Duncan Remix]

Nicky Night Time and Ali Love have collaborated for a hypnotizing new single “Ubiquity” feat. Breakbot. Filled with classic disco flair, funk riffs, and infectious vocals the track instantly encapsulates a dreamy dance-floor moment. 

With each artist living in a different country, “Ubiquity” has already made its way around the globe.““Ubiquity” started its life in Australia with Nicky Night Time as a drum and guitar track, then made its way to London where I added electric bass and vocals very early in the morning,” Ali Love explains how the track came together. 

“I recall there were about 8 Japanese girls in my flat for some reason, so you could say that really added to the song’s vibe. You can feel there’s a party happening. The tune then travelled to LA where, by chance, Nicky drafted in Breakbot, who wrote the amazing string and horn parts, and sent the song into the stratosphere. The stars have aligned and the vibe is ubiquitous. It was a love project really and I think we felt it was a cool thing just to put out into the world between the 3 of us amigos,” Nicky Night Time adds.

Widely respected Australian producer Nicky Night Time first arrived on the scene during the height of the electro-pop wave, touring alongside the likes of Phoenix, Daft Punk, Bloc Party and more. Traversing between various genres, Nicky Night Time has added his touch to Elderbrook’s “Capricorn” and “Numb,” as well as working with the likes of Nick Littlemore (PNAU), Touch Sensitive, Cut Snake and more.

On remix duties, Eric Duncan started DJ-ing in Manhattan’s Downtown bar and club circuit in the mid 90’s.In 1996 he stepped out of the DJ booth to curate the music for the Girl Skateboard Movie titled ‘Mouse’. A couple of years later, Eric along with Thomas Bullock formed the AfterHours party outfit ‘Rub-N-Tug’. After a few years of HARDCORE party providing to NYC’s left field underground. Eric began hitting the road with Rub-N-Tug and well, the rest is a blur.. ;)In 2006 Eric & Liv Spencer started ‘Still Going’ releasing 2 singles on DFA Records Including ‘Still Going Theme’ & ’Spaghetti Circus’ the later featuring Ultra talented Reggie Watts on vocals.Eric also has production collaborations with Dean Meredith of Chicken Lips fame and New York’s Justin Vandervolgen leader of ‘My Rules’

Available on pre-order here

Discover more from Decoded Magazine

Subscribe to get the latest posts to your email.