nsu – Speed of Light

Speed of Light

Speed of Light

nsu returns with a fresh space-themed instrumental, his first proper DNB tune, “Speed of Light”. The single is available now for download from:

The single is also available for streaming from the following services:

nsu – Speed of Light (NCMR014DX)
1. Speed of Light (6:01)

Watch the video for “Speed of Light”: YouTube | Vimeo

nsu & Squeezer – Juice of Life

Juice of Life

Juice of Life

To mark the relaunch of Newclear’s back catalogue on Beatport with our new distributor Proton, the “Juice of Life” collaboration between nsu & Squeezer is being re-released together with the remix by the Soul Science, to mark a new chapter for Newclear Music.

The single is available now in digital format from Bandcamp and Beatport, and will be available later from other online retailers.

nsu & Squeezer – Juice of Life – NCMR001DS-X
1. Juice of Life 5:12
2. Juice of Life (Soul Science Remix) 6:16

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


New and Forthcoming Releases for nsu

Shark 'n' Taties - Sharkweek Remixed - Out Now!

Shark 'n' Taties: Sharkweek Remixed - Album Out Now!

nsu Remixes out now on Sharkweek Remix Album

Dunedin’s psychedelic/ambient specialist Sharkweek has recently released the much-anticipated “Shark ‘n’ Taties – Sharkweek Remixed” album (through Electrode Records), which features two remixes by nsu (“Moonrise Over Kerala” and “Reach Out to the Stars“), alongside amazing works by a number of esteemed electronic artists from around New Zealand.

The remix album is available in digital format from online stores such as Apple iTunes and Juno Download (amongst several others) and you can buy copies on CD (which is graced by the amazing record sleeve artwork by Peter Lewis himself) direct from Electrode Records or Amplifier.

Forthcoming nsu work on Cartoon Beats

Due in September 2010 is the 3rd release from the Dunedin-based Cartoon Beats label, and the first to feature nsu: Haszari & nsu – It’s Not Real/ Neutron Star MMX (CBR003) aka “The Deep Space EP”. The release will also feature remix contributions from legendary NZ duo Aural Trash and up & coming electro fidget house producer Snake Charmer from LA. The package will be available in digital format from the usual online retailers. Tracks currently confirmed for the release are:

  • Haszari – It’s Not Real
  • Haszari – It’s Not Real (nsu’s “Are Those Real?” Remix)
  • Haszari – It’s Not Real (Aural Trash “Pass The Dutchie” Remix)
  • nsu – Neutron Star MMX
  • nsu – Neutron Star MMX (Haszari “SSE” Remix)
  • nsu – Neutron Star MMX (Snake Charmer Remix)

The above track-list is due to have two more additions, and a full announcement will be made soon. Keep an eye on the Cartoon Beats website and the Cartoon Beats Facebook page for full updates.

You can take a listen to the recently completed remix of “It’s Not Real” by nsu here:

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Also completed is the nsu remix of “RE Memory” by SoNic Smith, which you can also have a listen to below. This track will be on the CBR004 release, with full details yet to be confirmed and announced.

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Upside Down Remix Single – Coming Soon

The next official release will be the digital-only single with remixes of “Upside Down”, a follow up to the “Panic Bells” remix single. This time, there will be a remix by Nikolozi with the second mix yet to be officially confirmed. The release is due out in the next couple of months. You can listen to Nikolozi’s thumping version below:

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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 JunoDownload.com.

“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