The experimental music initiative New Weird Australia has announced Brisbane musicians Andrew Tuttle and Innez Tulloch as its new co-directors after a search for additional leadership went out last month.
Tuttle and Tulloch will be joining current director Stu Buchanan and the three will be collectively responsible for the for the future direction of the music initiative.
Tulloch’s resume includes performing with Brisbane bands Feathers, Pastel Blaze, Tiny Spiders, and Roku Music. She is also assistant engineer at Nowhere Audio Trading Company, an independent studio. Tuttle, or Anonymeye as he’s known on stage, is a music artist and also tours international acts through Australia via his touring agency, Micronations.
To learn more about New Weird Australia, head here.