Japanese Wallpaper

With more ambient, electronica-based beginnings, Japanese Wallpaper became an Australian indie music fixture in 2014 at the age of 17, after taking out triple j’s Unearthed High competition, swiftly going on to release his debut eponymous EP including collaborations with Airling and Wafia, the latter landing a place in the soundtrack of Zack Braff’s acclaimed film ‘Wish I Was Here’. As his list of musical kin grew, so did his footprint and influence on the wider music scene, becoming a trusted fixture in the studio and on the road for some of Australia’s most needle-moving musical forces including Allday, Tia Gostelow, George Alice, MAY-A, Cry Club, and Alex Lahey – the latter very recently working with Strum to craft the theme for the lauded Netflix original Mitchell vs The Machines. Whilst walking alongside that list of some of triple j’s Most Played artists and crafting his first new music in eighteen months, the Japanese Wallpaper name has stayed present through collaborating on remixes with Petit Biscuit, Death Cab For Cutie, Broods, Charli XCX and Matt Maeson.

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