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vanessa amorosi


In April 2000, Vanessa’s debut album, THE POWER, was released, and entered the Australian charts with Gold sales at the no.1 position and achieved Platinum status just three weeks later, confirming her position as one of the most incredibly successful artists in Australian history. More than sevently thousand copies of the album were sold in just one month.

This extraordinary album reflects Vanessa’s versatility as a vocalist and songwriter with a selection of R&B, Pop/Dance and Pop ballad tracks and has already reached Quadruple Platinum sales in Australia where it was also the fourth top selling album for the year.
With THE POWER sitting at the top of the album charts and ABSOLUTELY EVERYBODY still refusing to leave the singles charts, Vanessa’s third single SHINE was released.  This powerful and inspiring ballad jumped straight into the charts at no. 4 position, went Gold in just two weeks, and Platinum just one month later. SHINE has won the APRA award for being the most played song on Australian radio in 2000 and PPCA award for being the most played song in all media in 2001


Kimberley Isaac Moyes was but a young man, small of stature but big of heart, down on his luck, doing the odd performance in a downtown gay bar and eating anchovies from tin cans discarded in the alley behind a local Italian restaurant, putting all his dollar bills in a pillow, with the dream to one day have enough money to buy a Moog synthesiser.

Julian Hamilton was the new bus boy in said food joint, robust and ambitious, taking out the trash and sweating like a malaria ravaged wrestler when he one day chanced upon poor Kim out the back, sucking on those oily little fish like hed never tasted such a delicacy.

These encounters out the back of Luigis Linguini And Pasta Allsorts became regular, and led to the occasional lunch date, when Julian would not only smuggle Kim a fresh can of anchovies, but would even share his own chef-cooked meal.

It was in these early days that Kim and Julian realized their meeting had been fateful, and that one day they would make good on their shared desire to make moody, crisp electronic future pop.

If youve ever wondered what they might play when youre standing there staring at the fork in the road between heaven and hell, this could be it.


For over 20 years, Jon Stevens’ remarkable career as a singer, songwriter and performer has seen him achieve so much. This includes ARIA chart-topping success as the front man of legendary Australian bands Noiseworks and INXS, and now, with another band on the rise, The Dead Daisies.

Jons’ musical journey started off with success in his birthplace New Zealand, where he released his number one debut album, with two of the singles also hitting the top spot.

After expanding internationally to record his second album in Los Angeles, Stevens performed alongside Elton John. It was here that Jon met his future manager – who soon after would relocate him to Australia.

Once on Australian shores Stevens wasted no time forming the rock band Noiseworks. Over the next five years the band produced three Top 10 singles and four Australian Top 10 albums.

marina prior


In 1991, Marina Prior released her debut album, Leading Lady, accompanied by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Leading Lady reached platinum status within a month of its release. In 1992 she released her second album Aspects Of Andrew Lloyd Webber that reached gold status and was nominated for an ARIA award. Owing to the success of these previous recordings, Marina released her third album, Somewhere - The Songs of Sondheim and Bernstein.

Marina has been awarded two Green Room Awards, MO Awards in 1989 and 1990 and a Variety Club Heart Award. In 1993, she received the Advance Australia Award for her contribution to the performing arts. In the 1995 MO Awards, Marina was nominated for Australian Performer Of The Year and received the award for Female Musical Performer Of The Year for her role in West Side Story.

pseudo echo


Album sales in excess of one million worldwide, a Top 10 single on the Billboard US pop charts, a No. 1 single on the Billboard US dance charts, a Top 10 single in the UK, a No. 1 single in Australia for 12 consecutive weeks, 7 Top 10 singles in Australia, a No. 1 single in Canada, Sweden and Finland, 4 albums reaching gold and platinum status and a swag of industry awards……… PSEUDO ECHO’S sensational chart topping achievements in the Eighties, kept them on an exciting rollercoaster ride through one of the most prominent music decades of our time.

PSEUDO ECHO pioneered the new Eighties electro-pop sound in Australia, soon establishing themselves at the top of the Australian charts with Top 10 hits such as “Listening” and “A Beat For You” from their debut gold selling album “Autumnal Park”. The band then scored their biggest worldwide hit to date with a version of Lipps Inc’s “Funky Town”. Now in the New Millennium, people are still rushing to the dance floor when “Funky Town" hits the turntable, but now groove to “Funky Town Y2K: The Remixes” featuring mixes from Smash’n’Grab, Sly, Quench and Mr. Quik. Released through Universal Music Australia in December ‘99, the remix is now followed by Pseudo Echo's new album titled “Teleporter” which is destined to be a huge hit. With all the sounds and energy of the original band (the core being frontman Brian Canham and Bass-synth player Pierre Pierre), along with a blend of the new sounds of the millennium ……PSEUDO ECHO are back to stay!


Mark formed Hunters and Collectors in 1980, with a bunch of Uni friends. It was a rollicking eight-piece funk ensemble with industrial percussion, ' bizarre' atonal synthesizer, thundering bass guitar and a brass section that was so demonically loud that it became known as the ' Horns of Contempt '.

In its early form Hunters and Collectors was less like a band, and more like a monstrous 'jam session' loosely tied to melody and words, which Mark provided, when he was audible. At times there were as many as fifty souls on stage as audience members joined the parade. Instruments were frequently stolen. However, all was not chaos. The band became famous for its rhythmic power and very quickly became touted as the ' next big thing' which is an Australian euphemism for a poppy that grows too fast, which Hunters and Collectors truly was

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