Nadir | NWAP077

We’re diving into modular synthesis, with a live set from Nadir – a collaboration between Sydney artist Alex White and Melbourne’s Ben Byrne – and Pia Van Gelder, co-director of the upcoming Moduluxxx Festival, described as something between “a museum, a LAN party and a […]

Roboter Haus | NWAP076

This week, a two-part live session from Sydney four-piece Roboter Haus. Born out of the Refraction sound collective, Roboter Haus create experimental music that moves through an eclectic mix of genres, such as post-rock, turntabalism, Indian classical and metal. Published 19 April 2012. Subscribe to […]

Emily Grantham | NWAP075

Sydney’s Emily Gratham is a young producer who submitted a series of off-kilter electronic demos to New Weird Australia. We loved them so much, we’re releasing them as her debut EP through our Wood And Wire imprint. In this episode, Emily plays a special live […]

Seaworthy, Kate Carr | NWAP074

Seaworthy is the musical / sound recording project of Australian Cameron Webb, whose upcoming project is released through Flaming Pines, a label run by sound artist Kate Carr. We talk to Kate about the genesis of the label and its latest releases, and hear a […]

Ian Rogers | NWAP073

No Anchor formed in Brisbane in 2007, playing their own unique variation of ‘sludge doom’ with two bass guitarists and a drummer. To date they have recorded three albums, most recently the acclaimed ‘Real Pain Supernova’. Ambrose Chapel is Ian’s laptop doom solo project – […]

Ten Thousand Free Men & Their Families + Abortifacient | NWAP072

We celebrate Australian chiptune with 10 Thousand Free Men And Their Families and Abortifacient who are representing the city of Sydney at Australia’s first international chiptune festival, Blipfest in February 2012. They are in the NWA studio to have a chat and play a live […]

Ourobonic Plague, No Hand Path, Craig McElhinney | NWAP071

The second of two episodes dedicated to recordings from the Perth event ‘Analogue to Digital‘ presented by Scitech, in partnership with New Weird Australia. This week, Ourobonic Plague, whose album ‘Post Human Possibilities’ just dropped on the Perth label Twice Removed, plus music from No […]

Furchick, K Wilson, Brain Full Of Light | NWAP070

The first of two episodes dedicated to recordings from the Perth event ‘Analogue to Digital’ presented by Scitech, in partnership with New Weird Australia. This week, we’ll hear sets from event curator Furchick; from solo artist K Wilson and from Brain Full of Light. Published […]

Yolke | NWAP069

An interview and live-to-sir set with Melbourne psych ambient four-piece Yolke, including new and unreleased material. Formed while field researching sound in 2008, Yolke released their debut album ‘Poppy Wash’ back in 2010, and it quickly drew references to shoe gaze, krautrock and folktronica, with […]

Pollen Trio | NWAP068

Canberra’s Pollen Trio uncomfortably fit the genre of ‘avant jazz’, instead taking in a broad range of influences – most directly from their ‘day jobs’ as members of well-known Canberra bands, Spartak and Kasha. With a love of Flying Lotus and Autechre, blended with a […]

Secret Birds | NWAP067

Under the name Secret Birds, former Brisbane resident D. Black takes an astral-tinged journey through synth jams, float folk and fried psychedelia. In Sydney for an extended stopover before heading overseas, Secret Birds plays an extended live-to-air set exclusively for New Weird Australia, and we […]

Pimmon | NWAP066

Renowned Sydney producer Pimmon joins Stu Buchanan ahead of the release of two new albums – ‘The Oansome Orbit’ (Room40) and ‘Lay Down Real Slow’ (Stunned) – and plays an exclusive ‘Onasome Orbit’ set live in the studio. Published 15 September 2011. Subscribe to the […]