Defunct and Current Aussie Record Labels

Defunct and Current Aussie Record Labels

Sunday, November 1, 2015


Astor Records was an Australian recording company and recorded music distributor that operated from the 1960s to the early 1980s. Astor was originally a trademark of the consumer electronics industries ltd. Radio Corporation Pty. Ltd., makers of Astor radios and radiograms and a range of electronic companies including gereral accessories Anodeon Sales Division. The company expanded into record production ca. 1960, and its inaugural release was the single "Speak Low" by Philippines-born vocalist Pilita Corrales.

Pilita Corrales

Barry and The Planets

The Hi-Fi's

Randy Ross

Horrie Dargie Quintet

Duo Moreno Combo

Gerry Gee

Bill McCormack

Bobby Cookson

Oscar Cartier

Betty McQuade

The Premiers

The Marksmen

The Beachcombers

Judy Jacques

Shirley Abicair

Grandma's Tonic

The Colours

Master's Apprentices

Ron Grainer

Peter Doyle

Anne and Johnny Hawker

Jimmy Hannan

The Brigade

The Town Criers

Johnny Chester

Paul McKay Sound

The Gathering

Ian Crawford

Lynn Rogers

Matt Flinders

Jerry Dorsey

Frankie Howson

The Brentwoods

Fanny Addams


The Cherokees

The Strangers

Benjamin Hugg

New Dream

Peter Cupples

Karen Marks

Idol Minds

Normie Rowe


Jeff Phillips

Joe Dolce

Don Lane

City Stompers

The Perfection

William Flynn and his Orchestra

Dennis Bugat

Dick Parry

The Dymond

The Barrow Creek Boys

The Dargies

Frais Campbell

John Russell

Wayne Roberts

Lennie Holmes

Sitting Bull

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