Defunct and Current Aussie Record Labels

Defunct and Current Aussie Record Labels

Friday, October 23, 2015


Downunder was one a shortlived Australian Sixties labels -- it lasted only five months, from June to October 1966, and released just thirteen singles. It was set up by producer-engineer Ossie Byrne and producer-songwriter-entrepreneur Nat Kipner to release recordings they made at Ossie's St Clair Studios in Hurstville. All thirteen singles were manufactured and distributed by Festival Records.

The Second Thoughts

Rick and The Bad Boys

Derek's Accent

Kevin Bible and The Book

Wee Liz

Mal Clarke

Bip Addison

Sandy Summers

Ann Shelton

The Mystics

Barrington Davis

The Soul Agents

April Byron

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