Nautiluss is the musical brainchild of Graham Douglas Bertie. In 2011, Graham was plagued by a desire to embark on a new musical journey whose aural aesthetic was one drastically removed from that of his former band Thunderheist (Big Dada). This urge for musical growth and exploration yielded Nautiluss, a project that balances organic and syntheseized sounds. Not wanting to be tied down to any one specific genre, Nautiluss is rather an amalgamation of influences spanning from early 90s electronic to hip-hop to UK bass music and everything in between. Nautiluss music is dynamic, emotive music that can be enjoyed at home equally as much as it can enjoyed in a dark club with booming subwoofers. The breaking of genre boundaries allows for aural innovation and is exactly the reason why Nautiluss sound has gained so much interest in such a short time.
Nautiluss debut release on Hemlock Recordings (HEK012) is a finely tuned piece of dark, tense and spectral noise - classic, cavernous after-hours club music. A-side 'Ultraviolet' features Lord Skywave aka Simon Lord (Simian/Black Ghosts) while AA-side Bleu Monday is an instrumental bass roller whose sparse programming and is a auditory tribute to the great plains of the Canadian prairies.
Lauded by his peers Mistajam, Giles Peterson, Mary Anne Hobbs, and Sinden, Nautiluss and his uncanny knack for exploring fresh sonic territory has already gained him national airplay.