águas brilhantes: 2018​-​2022

fiffdimension vol 4 made in Featherston, Masterton, and Suva - ft Antony Milton, James Robinson, Dr Emit Snake-Beings, Campbell Kneale, and lyrics by John Collie (1834-1893) - the title is 'Wairarapa' in Portuguese. Collaborations with my ancestors and younger relatives, friends in Fiji, a painter in Otago, the curator of PseudoArcana, and the family dog. … Continue reading águas brilhantes: 2018​-​2022


The main project for 2018 was Other Islands: 2012-2018;   The last five (of the 20) tracks were recorded in 2018 - each in a different genre: * a new Indonesia-inspired electro-acoustic collaboration with Emit Snake-Beings * a solo acoustic song written by my great-great-grandfather * a Wairarapa psychedelic country folk jam with Nat da Hatt … Continue reading 2018

Nat da Hatt – Harpsychord

The latest offering from Nat da Hatt, recorded in 2015-2016 in Kawaguchi City, Japan using an array of instruments, devices and machines including: a Zoom digital eight track recorder, A Gretsch Electromatic guitar and a Korg vocoder. Harpsychord follows hot on the heels of 2015's Volume V and Kleptomania and his previous 2012 solo masterpiece, … Continue reading Nat da Hatt – Harpsychord

安里屋ユンタオーバードライブ Asadoya Yunta Overdrive (Okinawa)

Here's a new bonus track we've added to the album ネオン列車の風景 Neon Train Landscapes - our version of a traditional shima uta (island song) from 沖縄 (Okinawa). Dave Black - sanshin, harmonica, field recordings Nat da Hatt - acoustic & electric guitars, electronics Cylvi Manthyng - shakuhachi As you can hear, the music of Okinawa … Continue reading 安里屋ユンタオーバードライブ Asadoya Yunta Overdrive (Okinawa)

Nat da Hatt: Volume V

Presenting the second new solo album for 2015 from Nat da Hatt! Volume V follows hot on the heels of Kleptomania and his previous 2012 solo masterpiece, Twango Nat da Hatt is a political refugee from New Zealand who has settled in Japan where he spends his days in a cave creating tone paintings on … Continue reading Nat da Hatt: Volume V

Nat da Hatt: Kleptomania

Presenting the new solo album from Nat da Hatt! Nat da Hatt is a political refugee from New Zealand who has settled in Japan where he spends his days in a cave creating tone paintings on an array of devices and instruments including: guitar, thumb piano and a Korg vocoder. He's also collaborated with fiffdimension's … Continue reading Nat da Hatt: Kleptomania

The Road to Bogandoor

Election night 2013 in Australia mix - At the time I lived in Perth, WA. And Australia Day music video from an unfinished Aussie album... enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTMQw7roXH0 Music by Nat da Hatt & Dave Black with Snake Beings, video by Dave Black and Cylvi Manthyng See also - our first Australian album, After Maths & … Continue reading The Road to Bogandoor

Mezcla de Refresco

$1 Mezcla de Refresco is a new duo featuring Nat da Hatt (who also performs with fellow kiwi Dave Black on their Japanese psychedelic duo album ネオン列車の風景 Neon Train Landscapes) ______________ Richard Morrison: jaw harp, Korg synthesizer, samples Nathan Palmer: guitar, Korg vocoder, samples, thumb piano Mixed and engineered by Nathan Palmer. Richard and Nathan … Continue reading Mezcla de Refresco

ネオン列車の風景 Neon Train Landscapes

Music by Dave Black & Nat da Hatt - two New Zealanders living in Japan.   楽しむことができます!  Like 日本 itself, this music offers a surrealistic fusion of ancient and modern.                 released 31 January 2014 Click here for Nat da Hatt's solo albums Nat da Hatt - electric & acoustic guitars, drum machine, synths, laptop, samples Dave Black - … Continue reading ネオン列車の風景 Neon Train Landscapes

Fame & Oblivion: 2005-2012

"This is something that he has to do, that he will do, come fame or oblivion" -Chris Knox Now available on Spotify, iTunes, Bandcamp, Deezer etc fiffdimension vol2, a sequel to Gleefully Unknown: 1997-2005, sees increasingly wide-ranging experimentation and exploration both sonically and geographically, from New Zealand and beyond to Australia and East Asia, and a … Continue reading Fame & Oblivion: 2005-2012