Nick’s first musical forays came in the form of piano lessons at an early age. This small stint of classical training inspired in him a love for keyboards and synthesizers which still persists. Collecting various different synths throughout high school and college, he fostered his musical skill and creativity by jamming with friends or playing in bands. At the age of 19 he began DJing, inspired by electronic dance events he attended in and around Houston, Austin, and Dallas. A little over a year ago he decided to take his love for synthesizers and electronic dance music both to the next logical step, and began to investigate production. Building off the heavily melodic improvisation of his keyboard-playing background, Vegenaut tracks are deep, melodic excursions over clean beats with glitched out accents. His releases today are an early result of his unfolding experience in dance music production, and they clearly reflect his love for quirky, hypnotic, and techy sounds suitable for dancing and headphone listening both. These days you might find him playing the occasional party in Bryan/College Station, Austin, or surrounding areas. More than likely however, he’s in his studio sipping some coffee and crankin out his beets, er… beats, with almost obsessive productivity. Prepare for a vegetable invasion of a dance floor near you.