Wade independently released his debut LP as Aeriae, Hold R1, in 2007. The 8-bit Fantavision video for AMay screened at numerous festivals locally and abroad, including 2009's Electrofringe and the 2010 Sydney Biennale.
While producing material for a second album, Wade contributed a cover of ‘Snuck’ by Severed Heads to Clan Analogue's tribute compilation Headspace and remixed Australian artists across a range of genres. There exist Aeriae retakes of top ten pop divas (Delta Goodrem), punk-pop guitar bands (Chaingang), hip-hop soloists (Catcall) and morose folk singers (Daisy M. Tulley).
Second album Victris was released by Clan Analogue in 2014. It demonstrated more ornate compositions and sound design than its predecessor, as well as deep historical insight into music, production and technology.
Rather than seek to reproduce Victris's studio tracks live, Wade developed an entirely new set of material to play on the Victris mini-tour. This material, reconstructed offline and mixed anew, became the Peril Triage EP.