Island Records Australia is the country’s premium recording and music label for Australian artists. Known for their ability to sign, develop and break Australian artists globally, the Island Australia roster boasts an enviable and diverse line-up of talent including, Tame Impala, Vera Blue, Hilltop Hoods, The McClymonts, Dean Lewis, Briggs, Eliott, Running Touch, Broods, Baker Boy, Matt Corby and many more.
The iconic Island Records was founded in 1962 by Chris Blackwell and developed a reputation through the global popularity of artists such as U2, Bob Marley, Cat Stevens, Roxy Music, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, P.J. Harvey, Pulp and more recently, The Killers and Amy Winehouse.
Island Records Australia / Universal Music Australia are part of the Universal Music Group, the world’s leading music company.