South Africa's Nigurr has given us an outrageously fat G House mix that is as deep as it is fun. After gigging to his set and conducting our interview with him, we put South Africa high on our list of places we need to club before we die. Nigurr, aka Sean, shows you what he's made with this mix; he flawlessly spins just short of an hour's worth of banging tunes and just leaves you craving more. Most of the songs he plays are his own, 'Shake That', another one of his songs featuring Nate Dogg's Vocals, is just one of the ones that stand out. It's dark groove resonates throughout the mix and truly exemplifies Sean's sound. So download this mix and get ready to get down from start to finish!
1. Munnibrotherz, Nigurr - Wanna Be Your Habits
2. Nigurr - You Want Me Too
3. Neeko - Dirty Talk
4. Nigurr - Rubbers
5. Nigurr - Lookin' At Me
6. Nick Hannam - You Want Me
7. Nigurr - Shake Dat
8. Nigurr - Nothin' But Nate
9. Clockwork Knights - More Than Me
10. Alex Ross - Au Show Me Seve Love
11. Neeko - Lie To You
12. Nigurr - Black Girls
13. Danny Jayye, Paul Draper - The Wilhelm Scream
PH: First off, could you tell us a little about yourself and your career?
N: Well, I'm producing full time now, until college starts again in September.. I'm doing Mechanical Engineering, you know incase the music doesn't work out for me, and other than that, I guess I just love having fun haha.
PH: What made you decide to start releasing tracks independently of your MunniBrotherz project?
N: Myself and Robin decided to just find ourselves again, because we've been working together so much we started thinking the same, and even sounding the same. It's basically just so that we can fuse into a powerful sound again once we do more Munnibrotherz tracks.
PH: Could you explain to us what made you want to adopt the pseudonym 'Nigurr' and its significance?
N: LOL I never really gave it thought. Just needed a catchy name, and thought of that. the spelling I googled first though, to see if theres anyone else with a name like that, and I only came across some dude on twitter haha.
PH: Could you give our fans a brief run down of the South African Dance/Clubbing scene?
N: Here in SA, Deep House has a huge following, and I mean really Deep House. Not alot of the people here have taste for electro and the more upbeat sub-genres, but there is however a following for it.
PH: What can we expect from you in the future?
N: Probably alot more "G House" haha, and some more Munnibrotherz tunes too, with some more bounce in it!!