Defunct and Current Aussie Record Labels

Defunct and Current Aussie Record Labels

Thursday, June 29, 2017


50s label dedicated to country music

Les Partell

Gary Ellis

Dick Parry

Monday, June 26, 2017


1950s label. Sound was cut at Cyril Stevens Recording Studio's in Thornbury. Victoria.

William Flynn and his Orchestra

Dick Parry

Nancy Weir

Barry Crocker and Dave Clark

Preston Brass Band

Frank Coughlin and His Cotton Pickers

The Ballarat City Choir

The Australian Boys Choir

Ballarat Y.W.C.A. Choir

Fred McEvoy and His Band

St.Patricks Cathedral Choir

DR. A.E. Floyd

Methodist Ladies Choir

Bruce Clarke

Lou Toppano

Graeme Bell and His Jazz Band

Geoff Brooke

Eddie Carol

Geoff Kitchen's Quintet

Les Adams and His Honolulu Boys

Eugene Pingitore

Laurie Wilson

Aubrey Whelan

Royal Caledonian Pipe Band

Pete Skoglund

Russ Tyson

The South Pacific Serenaders

Lennie Holmes and His Merrymakers

Egidio Bortoli

Monday, June 19, 2017


Boomtown Records was an independent record label founded by Jaddan Comerford in October 2002 and based in Melbourne, Australia. In 2011 the label was rebranded with Staple Management to new company, UNFD.

Behind Crimson Eyes

The Getaway Plan

Elora Danan

in fiction

Horsell Common

Mere Theory

Sounds Like Chicken

A Year to Remember

The Amity Affliction

Philadelphia Grand Jury

Dream On Dreamer

Angela's Dish

Tuesday, June 13, 2017