We are very happy to welcome Nici Palm and Maxinne to the Times Artists family.

Book Nici Palm: timesartists.com/nicipalm/

With a keen sense for the moment, she takes the crowd on a sonic journey from deep indie dance, dark synthpunk vibes to gentle wave and dark techno.

Elegance meets Punk.
Anyone who experiences Nici Palm behind the decks immediately senses that it‘s all about one thing – energetic and organic music. Powerful kicks and snares, thick and edgy basslines, wavy synths and mysterious vocals are typical.

DJ, label founder, party organiser – it has always been clear to Nici that there can be no life without music.

The dedication to music, the fascination for the sound, the new and the obsession with the dancefloor is reflected in Nici´s sets.

Book Maxinne (GAS): timesartists.com/maxinne/

Making the swift move to London from her home town on the South Coast, Maxinne committed herself to music full time and hasn’t looked back since. Her dedication and work ethic has lead her to play throughout the UK, Europe and the US at some of the most exciting clubs and festivals. From Studio 338 and Ministry of Sound in London to Lost Beach Ecuador and all over North America, every year she steps things up another level.

Whilst holding down a 17 week residency at Eden Ibiza in 2019 Maxinne’s musical inspirations are heavily influenced by the island with her driving soulful grooves drawing from her youth listening to garage, hiphop and r&b on heavy rotation. Her love for being in the studio has seen her release on label such as Knee Deep In Sound, Circus recordings, Saved records and Toolroom with her debut album Red Alert. Her releases gain regular support from Marco Carola, Luciano, Hot Since 82, Yousef, Eats Everything, Diplo, Solardo and Danny Howard with regular support on BBC Radio 1.

Every year Maxinne sets herself goals and it’s her everlasting pursuit to push her boundaries more each year that drives her.