Tony Dupé is an Australian music producer and musician. [ vague ]. Dupé recently composed the score to the ABC animated series The Gradual Demise of Phillipa Finch.He performs and releases music under the name of Saddleback. He has released two solo albums, Everything's a Love Letter and Night Maps. Known for his work with Holly Throsby, who he produced three albums for, Dupé has also worked with Grand Salvo, Piers Twomey, Jamie Hutchings, Bluebottle Kiss, Jack Ladder, SeaLifePark, Glovebox, Fergus Brown, The Woods, Grand Salvo, and many others
Until recently, Tony Dupé completed much of his recording work in a studio based on a rural property in the NSW Southern Highlands.The studio was a weatherboard cottage on located on Saddleback Mountain. He is now based in Melbourne after working in Berlin for a number of years.
Powderfinger were an Australian rock band formed in Brisbane in 1989. From 1992 until their break-up in 2010, the line-up consisted of vocalist Bernard Fanning, guitarists Darren Middleton and Ian Haug, bass guitarist John Collins and drummer Jon Coghill. The group's third studio album Internationalist peaked at No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart in September 1998. They followed with four more number-one studio albums in a row: Odyssey Number Five, Vulture Street, Dream Days at the Hotel Existence and Golden Rule. Their Top Ten hit singles are "My Happiness" (2000), "(Baby I've Got You) On My Mind" (2003) and "Lost and Running" (2007). Powderfinger earned a total of eighteen ARIA Awards, making them the second-most awarded band behind Silverchair. Ten Powderfinger albums and DVDs certified multiple-platinum, with Odyssey Number Five – their most successful album – achieving eightfold platinum certification for shipment of over 560,000 units.
Vulture Street is the fifth studio album by Australian alternative rock band by Powderfinger, released on 29 July 2003 by Universal Music. It won the 2003 ARIA Music Award for Best Rock Album. Produced by Nick DiDia, Vulture Street was certified platinum, and spent 47 weeks on the ARIA Charts and peaked at #1. Singles from the album included "(Baby I've Got You) On My Mind", "Since You've Been Gone", "Love Your Way" and "Sunsets".
Dappled Cities are an indie rock band from Sydney, Australia.
Harvie Krumpet is a 2003 Australian clay animation comedy-drama short film written, directed and animated by Adam Elliot, and narrated by Geoffrey Rush. It tells the life story of Harvie Krumpet, a Polish-Australian man whose life is plagued by bad luck but who nevertheless remains optimistic.
Machine Translations is the performing name of Greg James Walker, an Australian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist; who is also a producer as J Walker. Walker started out recording all instruments himself in a home studio and later branched out to include a band.
Ross James McLennan is an Australian indie rock musician and songwriter. He was the founding mainstay of indie guitar pop band, Snout, from 1991 to 2002. He undertook a side project, Meuscram, with his younger brother, Lindsay to deliver a lo-fi self-titled album in 1995. McLennan has issued four solo albums, Hits from the Brittle Building, Sympathy for the New World, The Night's Deeds Are Vapour (2013) and All the Colours Print Can Manage. Sympathy for the New World was short-listed for the Australian Music Prize for 2008.
Holly Sarah Throsby is an Australian musician and novelist. As a solo artist Throsby has issued six albums. She was nominated for an ARIA Award for Best Female Artist in 2006 for Under the Town; and in the same category in 2008 for A Loud Call. In 2011, she was nominated for an ARIA Award for Best Children's Album for See!, her album of alternative children's songs. Throsby's song 'Aeroplane' from her 2016 album After a Time has had over 30 million streams on Spotify. Throsby has toured extensively both internationally and in Australia, with artists including Bill Callahan, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Joanna Newsom, Low, The Handsome Family, Paul Kelly, Sun Kil Moon, Devendra Banhart and The Tallest Man on Earth.
Channel [V] Australia was an Australian subscription television music channel that is available on Foxtel, Optus TV and Austar satellite and cable services. It was also previously available in New Zealand on TelstraSaturn's cable TV service in Wellington, Kapiti and Christchurch, until a channel shake-up occurred under new owners TelstraClear in 2002.
Salam Cafe is an Australian comedy talk show. Produced by RMITV, and originally airing on Channel 31 from 31 April 2005 under the title Ramadan TV, the show began a revamped ten-week run on the SBS from 7 May 2008. Hosted by Ahmed Imam and starring various Muslim panellists, including Waleed Aly and Susan Carland, the show presents a light hearted, humorous view on life as a Muslim in Australia through panel discussion and a series of sketches that lampoon the representation of Muslims in Australia and the Islamic way of life.
The Paper Scissors were an Australian rock band that existed between 2005 and 2012. The last lineup consisted of Jai Pyne, Xavier Naughton and Ivan Lisyak. Their sound was described as "a combination of garage-punk, rock and soul". Australian music site Polaroids of Androids described them as "undoubtedly one of Sydney's finest bands of the past decade"
Richard in Your Mind are an Australian psychedelic pop band from Sydney. They were formed in 2006 by then house-mates Richard Cartwright and Conrad Richters and expanded in 2008 with Pat Torres and Jordy Lane and later adding Brent Griffin and Alyx Dennison. They released their debut album, The Future Prehistoric, in December 2007 and two years later followed it up with their online only Summertime EP. Their second album, My Volcano, was released in 2010 and soon followed by third album SUN in 2011. Their latest album Ponderosa was released on 29 August 2014.
Sebastian Gregory is an Australian actor and musician. He is a self-taught guitarist, drummer and songwriter, who formed a band called Menace when he was thirteen. After being spotted in his own music video, Gregory was signed to an acting management agency. He has appeared in a number of short films, commercials and theatre productions. He made his first television appearance in a 2004 episode of Blue Heelers. Two years later he landed a recurring role in the soap opera Neighbours. Gregory made his feature film debut in Acolytes. This was followed by a role in 2009 film Beautiful and a regular role in children's television series The Elephant Princess. Gregory's next film roles were in comedy films Accidents Happen and A Heartbeat Away. In April 2012, Gregory joined the cast of Neighbours for a second time.
Bernard Zuel is an Australian music journalist. Zuel has written for Fairfax Media newspapers The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald since 1992. As of August 2013, he is the senior music writer and reviewer for Fairfax Media. Zuel is a judge of the Australian Music Prize award.
Chin Chin is the third album by Australian band Skunkhour. It was released in 1997 and peaked at No.34 on the Australian album charts in August. The album was the second on the Sony/Epic label and was produced by Magoo, whose credits included Regurgitator and Powderfinger.
Jep and Dep are a folk noir acoustic duo from Sydney composed of Jessica Cassar and Darren Cross
A Fool Who'll is the third album by Australian folk singer-songwriter Laura Jean. It was released on 29 August 2011 via Chapter Music.
Coda is a Sydney-based art-rock band. They mix classical strings and contemporary music. Their album There Is A Way To Fly was nominated for 2002 ARIA Award for Best World Music Album and Calling Mission Mu was nominated for the same award in 2007.
Ute is a British-Australian band formed by Ian Dixon on trumpet and keyboards and Wayne Elliott on bass guitar and keyboards. Their music has been described as acid jazz. Their album Under The External was nominated for the 1996 ARIA Award for Best New Talent.
Header is an Australian power pop band formed in Perth in 1994