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)

Support the new Single, South Island Tour, Great Hoax Remix released

Juice of Life / West Coast Dub - OUT NOW

Single Out Now!

Request the new single “Juice of Life” on Radio

It’s finally out, and, as well as buying it from a variety of online retailers (click here for details), you can also support us by requesting it on the airwaves from the following radio stations in New Zealand:

UP FM 107.5
95 bFM
George FM 96.8
KFM 106.9
Base FM 107.3
Fleet FM 88.3
Radio One 91 FM (Dunedin)
RDU 98.5 FM (Christchurch)

A little bit of leg-work by everyone out there will go a long way, and will, of course, be much appreciated!

nsu & Stray Theories Live

nsu & Stray Theories Live

South Island Tour

In October, nsu will be touring the South Island and playing live gigs for the first time outside of Auckland, as part of the Shortcircuit crew.

The following dates  and venues are confirmed:

– Fri 16th Oct – QUEENSTOWN – The Dux
with Cure Motel, Stray Theories, Romantech
– Sat 17th Oct – WANAKA – Red Rocks
with Cure Motel, Stray Theories, Romantech
– Sat 24th Oct – DUNEDIN – Sammy’s
with Haszari, SoNic Smith, Sharkweek, Symbiont, Cure Motel, Stray Theories, Romantech

More dates likely to be added to the schedule – keep checking back for updates, and make sure you catch us in your area!

The Great Hoax - Shapes EP - Out Now

The Great Hoax - Shapes EP

nsu Remix of The Great Hoax now released

nsu’s remix of “Insufficient Funds” by The Great Hoax has been released on their debut “Shapes” EP. The EP, made up of original works by the Wellington band, has an eclectic mix of styles ranging from psychedelic and experimental to gritty jazzy blues and electronic funk from various influences of music and philosophy.

Shapes EP on

“Panic Bells” Video Shoot complete

All shooting of the video for “Panic Bells” (taken from the forthcoming Escape EP and featuring Wellington’s Siknik) has now been completed, and the music is now in post-production stages.

You can see some behind the scenes photos (without spoilers!) in the following photo album:

Panic Bells Video: Behind the scenes

Panic Bells Video: Behind the scenes

Panic Bells Video Photos


Thanks to everyone for their massive support!

nsu – Juice of Life / West Coast Dub feat. Squeezer Project

Juice of Life / West Coast Dub - OUT NOW

Juice of Life / West Coast Dub

The first official release from nsu is a collaboration with the mighty Squeezer Project: A double A-side single comprising of Juice Of Life, an uplifting old school breakbeat funk-rush, backed by West Coast Dub, an organic dub cut, a vocal piece featuring didgeridoo and a lapsteel solo by Jus8ken.

The single is available now in digital (MP3) format from Bandcamp, iTunes, Amplifier, AmazonMP3 and CDBaby.

Listen to the previews of the single below:

nsu – Juice of Life / West Coast Dub – NCMR001DS-2
1. Juice of Life feat. Squeezer Project 5:13
2. West Coast Dub feat. Squeezer Project 5:48

Huge Update: Single Release, Music Video and more…

New single – Coming soon!

Coming Soon

Coming Soon...

Just around the corner is the first worldwide release from nsu!

Juice of Life / West Coast Dub, a dual single, with both songs written and produced in collaboration with the mighty Squeezer Project, with some fantastic vocals and instrumentation on “West Coast Dub” by jus8ken.

The single will only be available digitally through stores such as iTunes, Amazon, Napster, etc. Full details in the next couple of weeks – watch this space.

Live Video

Earlier this year, in March, nsu played a live set at the Downbeat Syndrome gig in Auckland. During the set, Micah Stray Theories spontaneously joined nsu on stage and played some great saxophone improvisations during nsu’s performance of “Darkness” and “Concordia”.

Click here to see the video footage of the jam.

New Remix for Sharkweek

The latest remix by nsu is a minimal tech-house treatment of Sharkweek‘s “Reach Out to the Stars”, from his debut album “Hammerhead Nebula”. The remix will appear on the Sharkweek remix album “Shark’s Head Soup” later in the year, among remixes by other NZ artists.

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Also to appear on the remix album will be nsu’s dubstep-style remix of “Moonrise Over Kerala”.

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Currently in the works are remixes for Squeezer Project and Stray Theories.

nsu Caps



Have you got yours yet? These have been flying out like hotcakes. If you’re interested in one (ain’t many left in the current batch, so hurry up!), get in touch through the following email address, and we’ll advise you of the cost in getting one:

info [AT] newclearmusic [DOT] com

All proceeds are invested back into new stage gear or production costs. Thanks to all who’ve already grabbed one! Your support means a lot!

Panic Bells – Music Video

That’s right – some of you will no doubt have noticed that the team is hard at work shooting the video for “Panic Bells”, one of the tracks on the forthcoming “Escape” EP, due out end of 2009. We’ve shot just over a half of the footage needed.

Click here to check out some of the behind the scenes pics.

New Releases – Free Downloads

The latest in a series of retrospective releases are a duo of remixes of older nsu tracks and the latest package carries an uplifting theme with mixes by James Lee & Squeezer Project.

If you haven’t got yours yet, get your free download by clicking here.

Also available are remixes of “Neutron Star” by Romantech and Ralph’e’ – grab by clicking here