The Waifs are a folk-rock band from Western Australia. Their 2003 album Up All Night has gone double platinum in Australia and reached the top 5 of the Australian album charts. and the band won four ARIA Awards in October 2003. The band has enjoyed two top fifty singles in Australia - the London Still EP in 2002 and Bridal Train EP in 2004. The band owns Jarrah Records, an independent label with John Butler of the John Butler Trio and their records are released in Australia under that label.
You Am I is a four-piece Australian alternative rock band, fronted by vocalist/guitarist and songwriter Tim Rogers. They were the first Australian band to have three albums consecutively debut at #1 on the ARIA Charts and are renowned for their energetic live shows. Tim Rogers formed the first version of the band with his school friend Nick Tischler and his older brother Jaimme in December 1989. This initial line-up was short lived and by the end of 1990 both Nick and Jaimme had left the band. They were replaced by the group's one-time sound mixer Andy Kent on bass and Mark Tunaley on drums.
Thirsty Merc are an Australian rock band. The band's chemistry and musical potency quickly attracted the attention of Warner Music Australia and a deal was signed and their self-titled debut album was released August 2004. “Someday Someday”, a soulful ballad about a guy separated from his girl by the demands of touring, broke the ARIA Top 20.
Jebediah are a pop-rock band from Perth, Australia. Forming in 1994, the band consists of Kevin Mitchell (vocals, rhythm guitar) Vanessa Thornton (bass guitar), Chris Daymond (lead guitar) and Brett Mitchell (drums). The band signed with Murmur, a label of Sony Music, in 1996 and released their first album Slightly Odway in 1997. They released three more albums before splitting with Sony: Of Someday Shambles, Jebediah and Glee Sides and Sparities.
Summerset Avenue are a pop/punk band from Melbourne, Australia. Formed in early 2010, the band consists of Leeanne Rodgers (vocals), Carlos Peregin (guitar), Steve Cannatelli (bass) and Darren Keane (drums). Summerset Avenue recorded their debut EP titled "Nowhere Near Home" in Boston, MA in July 2010, which was mixed and mastered by Mike Picotte and Mike Watts (The Almost, Story Of The Year, As Cities Burn). The EP is due for release in August/September of 2010.
The Vasco Era are a three piece rock/blues band from Apollo Bay 180km from Melbourne, Australia. Its members are brothers Sid (vocals, guitar) and Ted (bass) O'Neil and Michael Fitzgerald (drums). The intensity of their live shows will make them your new favourite band many times over. In 2004 the band won the Australian "National Campus Band Competition", the largest band competition in the southern hemisphere. Their first release was the EP "Miles" in 2005.
Formed in mid 2008, Widow The Sea have set themselves aside from a vast growing number of Australian metal bands by adopting a modern take on the Swedish death metal sound of fast melodic guitars, technical drumming and vicious vocals. Solidifying it's line-up in early 2009, Widow The Sea are continuing to break away from heavy music's generic clichés and breakdown saturated formulas, focusing on writing more relentless, aggressive death metal.
Diesel is an up-and-coming dubstep producer from the UK who often distributes his music through Inspector Dubplate. Characterized by insanely tweaked percussion and fiercely filthy basslines. http://www.youtube.com/DieselBeatsUK
Gossling is singer/songwriter Helen Croome from Australia. Raised in country Victoria, Australia, Croome developed her musical interests thanks to family and the strong music culture of Albury/Wodonga. Her wise older brother kept her up-to-date with contemporary artists, whilst her parents’ music collection introduced her to the musical greats of Bach, Bowie and Meatloaf. Putting music to one side to study Psychology/Sociology at University...