Having stepped down from her post at Triple J (a position she held for over a decade), Nina Las Vegas is pouring every ounce of energy she has into her own productions and her eponymous label. With signees like Air Max '97 and Strict Face churning out some of the best club music going, it's Nina's turn to take a bit of the spotlight. EZY Or Never (out now on her own NLV imprint) is Nina's first EP this year and it's a hell of a start to the year. Bursting with colour and driven by snappy rhythms and punishing bass, there is never a dull moment.

The Swick-featuring "Substitute" opens the EP with a syrupy vocal line and club-ready drums. "EZY" cranks the pace up to a million with a dense package of whip-crack beats and synths, and then we get the increasingly omnipresent "Contagious", a track fast-becoming an essential in any DJs arsenal. Rounding things off is the hyperactive sugar rush of "Now Or Never" and the relatively gentle "Right Home". Hear the set in full exclusively below.