Japanese Wallpaper

Melbourne producer Gab Strum, better known as Japanese Wallpaper, mixes a calm sense of electronica with a hit of indie. Japanese Wallpaper was the winner of triple j's Unearthed High competition in 2014.

Discography

Japanese Wallpaper EP
2015

Single Of The Week: Allday teams with Japanese Wallpaper for lush new jam

Allday has teamed with electronic artist Japanese Wallpaper for his lush new single. Despite “chain-smokin’ rollies” being one of the first lyrics, ‘In Motion’ is a dreamy love tune which...

Hurry, Alex Lahey, Mallrat and Japanese Wallpaper are playing a free gig today

If you’re keen to soak up three of our fave emerging acts in the sunshine today, get yours shoes on and bolt out the door, because Alex Lahey, Mallrat and...

Listen: Allday teams with Japanese Wallpaper for his latest single

Allday has teamed with electronic artist Japanese Wallpaper for his lush new single. Despite “chain-smokin’ rollies” being one of the first lyrics, ‘In Motion’ is a dreamy love tune which...

Japanese Wallpaper, Tkay Maidza, Slum Sociable And More Aussies Heading To SXSW

A whole host of Aussie artists have just been confirmed for the massive music festival and industry conference South By Southwest this year, with the news that some more of our...

Japanese Wallpaper Takes Us On Tour Alongside M83

There’s been a whole lot of action coming out of the M83 camp lately. After recently announcing an international band member search, just this year the one-man-band led by Anthony...

Listen: Japanese Wallpaper Drops Beautiful New Song Ft. Airling

One of Australia’s most promising up-and-coming acts Gab Strum, more formally recognised as Japanese Wallpaper, has gone and done it again. The ridiculously talented young producer just released a brand new beat...

Listen: Japanese Wallpaper Enlists The Help Of Jesse Davidson & Andre Eremin For ‘Between Friends’

So this is what it sounds like when you get a bunch of extremely talented over-achievers in one room. triple j Unearthed winner Japanese Wallpaper (aka Gab Strum) has just dropped his...

Listen: Japanese Wallpaper’s Dreamy New Single ‘Waves’

Proof that age means nothing, young Melbourne producer Gab Strum AKA Japanese Wallpaper has been making waves (pardon the pun) for over a year now and he has just turned...

Japanese Wallpaper – Breathe In (feat. Wafia)

The clever restraint shown by Melbourne producer Japanese Wallpaper (aka Gab Strum) on his first original release belies his 16 years of age. While the aesthetic of the track is...

Japanese Wallpaper

My name is Gab, I’m sixteen years old and from Melbourne. I make electronic music under the moniker Japanese Wallpaper and I’ve just released my first single, ‘Breathe In’. At...

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triple j’s Hottest 100 of 2017: The full list

Today’s the day, music lovers. It’s time for triple j’s Hottest 100 for 2017. We’ve already discovered a few sneaky stats about this year’s countdown, but we’re eager to see just...

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Melbourne’s St Kilda Festival just dropped its stellar 2018 lineup

Melbourne’s St Kilda Festival is less of a music festival and more of a musical institution these days. Gearing up to celebrate its 38th year in 2018, the famous fest...

Unearthed High winner Arno Faraji being congratulated by triple j's Ben & Liam

Perth’s Arno Faraji has taken out triple j’s Unearthed High for 2017

Arno Faraji, a 17-year-old producer from Perth’s Shenton College, has taken out the 10th edition of triple j’s Unearthed High. Thanks to brilliance of tracks such as ‘Destiny’s’ and ‘130...

Premiere: Dom Youdan makes a bold first impression with debut single ‘Don’t Love Me’

Listening to the debut effort from Sydney’s Dom Youdan, he makes this whole music thing seem easy – and, for him at least, maybe it is. Because, as an indie...

Allday is throwing a bunch of free gigs for Perth and Adelaide

The official tour for Allday’s pretty awesome latest record Speeding may not be until July to coincide with his set at this year’s Splendour in the Grass, but for once...