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Unpopular Music

Unpopular Music was a three-year series of annual live events that I curated, all of which raised funds for Sydney community radio station, FBi Radio. From 2009-2012, FBi supported the New Weird Australia project by broadcasting its two-hour show every week. Via

Unpopular Music 2011, A Benefit for FBi Radio

Eight bands over two venues raising cash for FBi Radio, presented by New Weird Australia, Octopus Pi, Sound Series and Refraction + 8-track promotional compilation.

Unpopular Music 2010, A Benefit for FBi Radio

A night at the Red Rattler raising cash for FBi Radio, presented by New Weird Australia + 8-track live compilation, recorded on the night.

Unpopular Music 2009, A Benefit For FBi Radio

Three FBi radio shows, New Weird Australia, Unputdownable & Sunday Night At The Movies, came together to present ‘Unpopular Music’ – a benefit to support their station

New Weird Australia

In 2009, I founded New Weird Australia – an initiative designed to promote and support new eclectic and experimental Australian music through a variety of unique projects.  Neither one genre nor another, New Weird Australia put the spotlight on a new breed of innovative Australian artists and

New Weird Australia, Passages

New Weird Australia concludes its mission after five years in operation, and marks the moment with a three-volume set titled ‘Passages’.

NWA Podcast #21. Thomas William vs Scissor Lock, Live-to-air Set & Interview

From 2009-2012, the New Weird Australia Podcast featured selected interviews and in-studio recordings from my FBi radio show, as well as live performances from events, video interviews and more. Thomas William vs Scissor Lock is a unique collaboration between two prolific

Thomas William vs Scissor Lock ‘Jewelz’ (New Editions)

Jewelz is the ninth release for New Weird Australia’s New Edition imprint, and the result of a long-term collaboration between two prolific Sydney producers, Thomas William and Scissor Lock


Born in Scotland and resident in Sydney, I’ve spent the last two decades hunting for music that defies convention and definition, turning out a slew of record labels, radio programs, zines, gigs, podcasts, blogs and more. My work has been covered

Interview: T-Power / Chocolate Weasel – Further Self Evident Truths

This is the third and final part of the Ninja Tune trilogy (1,2) – an interview commissioned by Ninja Tune for their own magazine, The Pipe. On the couch were Chocolate Weasel – Mark Royal (aka T-Power) and Cris Stevens