Philip Sulidae is a sound artist residing in Australia.
“High-tension music: pitchblack sound art for the microtonal generation”
“Cosmic isolationist drone . . whose music links lonely tones with a subtly derelict post-industrial melancholy”
-Wonderful Wooden Reasons
“Slow moving music, shady dark textures, deep atmospherics”
“The music itself is grainy, a tad noisy, and abidingly lovely . . Sulidae’s work is akin to that of Tim Hecker and Christian Fennesz, but stripped of any musical clichés”
Philip Sulidae appears on ‘New Weird Australia, Volume Six’.