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Peter Shurley

Peter Shurley is a gifted violinist, guitarist and singer. His latest album, Still marks over a decade of Christian ministry. Apart from Still, Peter has released a compilation CD call ReRuns, which includes many all-time favourites: Indian Girl, Rescue Me, and Pretty Young Thing. He continues to run his recording studio, The Green Room, in Tasmania. Peter’s studio was established to serve Christian artists without the burden of high costs.
Peter and his wife Kerrie have four children. He has a heart to share the Gospel with the young and much of his ministry takes place in high schools.

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Droplet

Droplet formed in Hobart, Tasmania in the wake of the group Ocean who disbanded in 1993. Quickly establishing their indie-pop leanings but with a harder edge live, they were often likened to Lush, The Pixies, The Cranberries and My Bloody Valentine.
They recorded and released a cassette entitled "...as if..." to promising reviews in late 1993.
A year later, after singer/guitarist Lil Bresnehan, and guitarist/producer Matt Hills relocated to Melbourne establishing Happy Valley Studios, they were later joined by bassist Andy Roper (drummer Duncan Haig had left the band after the release of .

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Tiger Choir

Tiger Choir are a Hobart three-piece who began playing their alternative-indie-pop-rock-electronic music in 2009. They released a self titled EP in 2009, and have an album planed for an early 2011 release.

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Enola Fall

“On their MGM debut, EF’s strident, oft-operatic tunes come across like Dappled Cities gone cabaret, but with more menace... This is glorious indie-pop manna.” RAVE magazine “Superb pop, with just a hint of theatricality.” Dom Alessio - Triple J “For guys that aren’t presently known world-wide they seem to be teetering on the verge of a breakthrough moment,” onetimesone.com “Essentially, what we have here is one of those increasingly rare acts that manage to blend technical proficiency with mainstream appeal and a sound to soothe the ears of pitchfork reviewers.” Buzz magazine.

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