Sat, 25 September 2010
PIMMON is arguably Australia's most well known and most successful experimental music producers, having recorded for various labels around the world (including Tigerbeat6 and Fat Cat) and collaborating with the likes of FENNESZ, OREN AMBARCHI and more recently with Jeff Burch, formerly of SONGS.
Over the last eighteen months, PIMMON has released five albums of new material, from 2009's 'Smudge Another Yesterday' to his forthcoming split cassette on Spanish Magic, which comes backed with one of his earliest recordings from 1983 under the name YCLEPT DINMAKERS.
In this New Weird Australia podcast, he talks to Stu Buchanan about whether this productive patch actually means anything, whether his early 80s material is really worth a listen, and whether any of the so-called chillwave cassette bands actually sound any good with the hiss removed.
Fri, 17 September 2010
Paneye is the moniker of Sydney musician Will Treffry. Residing in Sydney,Will's music combines elements of psych-folk, ambient electronica and dream pop. In this podcast episode, recorded on the NWA Radio show in September 2010, Stu Buchanan talks to Will about his work to date - which includes three full solo albums, and an ongoing collaborative project with Jasper Rice, titled 'Bristles On the Carapace'. We hear tracks from his most recent album 'Lying Under Moribund Waves', as well as unreleased material recorded recently during a residency in Japan, and two tracks performed live in the studio.