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Melbourne based producer Null worships mid-to-late ‘90s electronic music through a contemporary lens. His studio works are littered with a mix of sounds that span decades: from ‘70s synthesizer music, ambient noise, ‘90s classics and modern nightbus anthems.

Null’s debut EP ‘Almost’ was released in March 2015 as a co-release between Acéphale and Siberia Records. ‘Almost’ explores the diversity of the mid ‘90s catch-all genre "Electronica", essentially attempting to create a work that can wear the badge earnestly. ‘Almost’ is characterised by dense, saturated synthesizer lines and classic drum machines flirting with dusty breakbeats and ambient sound. 

In 2016, Null released the compilation EP ‘Archived Works Vol 1’ (Siberia Records), which coalesced B-sides and previously unreleased material taken from both the writing sessions of 2015's ‘Almost’ and his forthcoming debut album to be released in late 2017. On the compilation, Null seamlessly oscillates between the motifs of 90s big beat revivalism, reimagined classic electronica tropes, and emotive synthesiser movements reminiscent of the work of Vangelis.

Null’s immersive live set has seen him share stage with the likes of Jamie xx, HEALTH, Hudson Mohawke, QT and Kenton Slash Demon.

Having received acclaim from FACT, Dummy, XLR8R, FADER & Thump, and an upcoming debut album set for release, Null has a promising year ahead.

"Null's footwork-laced electronica soundtracks a nano-machine's dizzying trip through neurological pathways and digital architecture” - FACT 
“Influenced by ‘90s electronica but with a very modern conceptual focus.” - Dummy
“graceful, ambient textures with pulsing surface features that recall various strains of ‘90s techno and house” - XLR8R 
"a zoned, ethereal tripper, finding the sweet spot between footwork, '80s synth atmospherics, and rave breaks." FADER