Free nsu Releases, Meatgrinder Remixes

nsu Back Catalogue Available for Free

The first four releases by nsu on Newclear Music are now available as free downloads from nsu’s Bandcamp site. You can now grab the following releases in a number of digital formats, without paying for them:

We have also significantly dropped the price of last year’s Rescapé remix album, in anticipation of the next release by nsu, the remix EP for “The Last Sunrise”.

In addition to that, we’re planning on releasing a bunch of VIP and promo only versions of some of the tracks from the earlier releases, in a free download digital collection soon. Watch this space.

Remixers for Roadkill’s EP Confirmed

One of the upcoming releases on Newclear Music will be the “Meatgrinder” remix EP by Roadkill. Alongside the original version, which can be heard here, the EP will include remixes by the following artists:

  • The Supersonic Army
  • Late Night OD
  • Soul Science
  • Haszari
  • nsu


nsu – Upside Down – Remixes

Upside Down – Remixes

The follow up to the “Panic Bells” remix single is “Upside Down”, which brings a superb pair of mixes of the nsu original from the “Escape” EP (featuring US rapper JR Trap) by two rising star producers, combining together to make for a real dance-floor assault. The first cut sees Sydney-based Nikolozi bring forth some heavy gut-busting tribal-techno, which is followed up by the return of Auckland DJ and producer AP3X (of Audio Damage) serving up a slice of pounding breakbeat.

The remix single is available now in digital (MP3) format from Bandcamp, Beatport, iTunes, and

“Upside Down” is taken from the “Escape” EP (NCMR002EP), out now.

Listen to the previews of the remix single below:

nsu – Upside Down – Remixes – NCMR004DS
1. Nikolozi Remix 5:19
2. AP3X Remix 7:15

DJ Set @ Be, Highlights from Zen, Upcoming Releases

Be Thursdays - July 15

Thursdays @ Be, DJ Set – July 15th

This Thursday, July 15th is yet another regular club night at Be Club (Commerce St, central Auckland), and nsu will DJing back to back with UP FM’s Macros, joined on the night by AP3X & Joe Revell. The night kicks off at 10pm and goes until the small hours. Entry is free, there will be drink specials and it is a great chance to hear some new and unreleased nsu work played on the much-loved sound-system at Be.

So if you’re in Auckland this Thursday, make sure you put your name down on the facebook event wall and drop in for a drink (or 7!) and some  fine selections.

nsu Live @ Zen, May '10

Highlights from “10 @ Zen”

In May, nsu performed a live set at the 10 year celebration of the NZ Music Month at a showcase gig held at Zen in Auckland.

You can watch some highlights from the gig below, and check out some photos from the set here. You can also check out the recording of the full 1 hour set here.

Massive respect and gratitude to Eva Evade and her entire team for organizing a great night at FuZen, and to Dave U for the footage and photos.

New Material / Upcoming Releases

“Neutron Star MMX”, a techy 2010 treatment of the original is the first of several nsu works to be released through Cartoon Beats. Full details of the so-called “Deep Space” EP will be announced in the next update.

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The nsu remix for Squeezer‘s “Pure Juice” has been in the works since the middle of 2009, and has gone through several transitions in the live set during that time. The final mix combines subtle elements of chill out, jungle, dubstep and big-beat, and is tentatively scheduled to be released later in 2010 on newclear music, along with mixes from another 2 artists. More announcements soon.

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nsu – Panic Bells – Remixes

Panic Bells – Remixes

The first release of 2010 for nsu is the “Panic Bells” remix single, which comes with a pair of quality cuts by two of Auckland’s most rated producers. First up is a dark, grimey and percussive dubstep mix courtesy of AP3X, while on the flip-side, Bromide Dub delivers his so-called signature “menace-funk” rework, rinsing several key elements from the original version.

The single release is accompanied by the “Panic Bells” music video, directed by Aleksandar Janev (see here for premiere night in Auckland!).

The remix single is available now in digital format from Bandcamp, Beatport, iTunes, and

“Panic Bells” is taken from the “Escape” EP (NCMR002EP), out now.

Listen to the previews of the remix single below:

nsu – Panic Bells – Remixes – NCMR003DS
1. AP3X Remix 5:05
2. Bromide Dub Remix 5:51

PANIC BELLS – nsu Music Video & Single Release Party – Apr 22 @ Galatos Lounge, AKL

PANIC BELLS - nsu Video Premiere & Single Release Party - Apr 22, Galatos Lounge

To celebrate the release of the “Panic Bells” remix single and the music video (directed by Aleksandar Janev), newclear Music is proud to present:

Panic Bells - Remixes - Out 19.04.10


Featuring performances by:

Bromide Dub (live)
nsu (live)
– D.I.S.H.A B2B Macros

FREE entry, Doors Open 8pm

We will be showing the music video for “Panic Bells” for the first time on the night – Make sure you’re there to help us celebrate!

Preview the remix single, featuring cuts by AP3X & Bromide Dub (out April 19) by listening here.

SEE. YOU. THERE. (Click here for Facebook Event Invite)