Producers who have used the studio:
Geir (Brillian) Gunnarson – Geir did some work with a few bands at Infidel many years ago when he still lived in Canberra. Always interesting ideas, check out Blasphemy #1.
Recent Artists and Bands:
Kill for Satan – 2nd Album, “The Final Conflict”, recorded & mixed by Tim.
Hannah Gillespie – What an awesome songwriter and singer. Second album “All The Dirt” produced by Ken Stringfellow. First album, “Growing Up Stupid” recorded & mixed by Duncan.
Jane Sage – Great songs, massive voice, what a talent. Her first album, “Worlds Apart”, was produced by Duncan and Jane.
Hellbringer – EP, “Forgery” recorded & mixed by Tim.
The Skronks – The dirtiest EP Duncan has made in a while.
The Wedded Bliss – Awesome 3 piece Country / Folk band. Their latest album, “Tailor Made Heartache”, recorded & mixed by Cameron & Duncan. Their two previous albums were also made at Infidel.
Life and Limb – EP, ”Four Islands”, recorded & mixed by Tim. Mastered for vinyl by Duncan.
The Ellis Collective – Bloke Folk at its best. Duncan produced their album “Means What It Means”.
Tonight Alright – Classy Pop. Their self titled EP was produced by Tim & Cameron.
The Fuelers – Cowboys with style. Duncan, Cameron and Tim have worked with these guys for several years on several albums. Always a pleasure.
The Naddiks – Great Rock/punk/grunge if you like sump oil getting in through your pores. Their latest album, “Amber Sun”, recorded & mixed by Tim.
The VeeBees – Awesome Oz Rock. Their Album “Roots ‘n’ Blues” recorded and mixed by Tim.
Night Train – Duncan has worked with the band over the years. Most recently recorded & mixed the single “One More Night”.
Lushpup Images – Geoff is an excellent photographer with a great eye and has taken many of the pictures that are on this site.
Kevin Nicol – Worked with a number of bands and artists, including Redletter, Fred Smith and Hannah Gillespie, when he was living in Canberra. He even left his Gold and Platinum records at the studio for a time because he “wanted them out of the house”.
Duncan reads and recommends Viz Magazine. Possibly the most puerile publication on the planet.
Duncan is a member of The Australasian Sound Recordings Association (ASRA) and has been for about 10 years.
Tim’s awesome but now semi defunct band, Teen Skank Parade, can be found here and here (boys boys boys … such bad language!) and a video about recording the band using only speakers as microphones can be found here
Tim has his own website that he would like you to visit over here
Cam would probably rather be doing this.