As the horizons of modern electronic dance music keep expanding, so does the roster of the Generation Bass digi label. We were lucky enough to snatch up one of the young producers that are really making an impact on the global bass scene right now. Halo Nova (aka Nick Pittsinger) has been bringing his music studies to the table when it comes to dropping new tracks and it has really paid off for him. Getting his music posted by the likes of Skrillex and Doctor P and played out by Nero and Dirty Talk is just the start for this 20 year old from Tampa, Florida.

Nick has been surrounded by music since he was a child, being raised on jazz, metal and video game music. At the age of 14 he took up playing piano seriously and started learning music theory with a concentration in jazz. It was only at age 18 that Nick started to produce music, starting off with ambient music and eventually winding up at dubstep. He also composes soundtracks to video games and films as his main passion.

Not even a year into existence, Halo Nova has gained an immense amount of noteriety. His debut EP on Tuff Love Dubs, “Hypercube EP” reached #34 in the Beatport dubstep charts and let the world know how serious he was. So far in 2011 alone, he has done an EP for Ultragore, Betamorph, and Abducted Records. He has also done singles for Play Me, Dub Cartel, and Filthy Digital Recordings. His music is played out by the likes of Skrillex, Nero, Propa Tingz, Dirty Talk, Antiserum, Helicopter Showdown and more.

The future of Halo Nova looks beyond promising, always trying something new and fresh every song. He is also constantly surprising his fans with viral smash hits like his “Dubstep Orchestral Suite” series and free bangers. “I want to bring melody and musicality back to popular electronic music, I want to bring emotion and most of all I want to bring energy!”









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