|Headquarters||Sydney, New South Wales|
|Key people||Sebastian Chase (CEO/founder)
Mark Bolton (General Manager)
|Products||Distribution of records, CDs and music downloads|
MGM Distribution (Metropolitan Groove Merchants) is the largest independent distributor of Australian music and music related merchandise and was established in April 1998 by Sebastian Chase.
MGM Distribution was specifically set up as a distribution hub to service independent labels and artists. MGM Distribution is totally focused on a specific agenda - dealing with retail, promoting its releases to retail, ensuring that orders are filled correctly and dispatched expediently. MGM is not a label and does not sign artists.
MGM as a distributor requires that the labels market their releases to the media to create demands that causes sell through at retail.
- Arrows (Hobbledehoy Record Co)
- The Basics (Independent)
- The Beautiful Girls (San Dumo/Independent)
- Ben Mitchell (Independent)
- Birds of Tokyo (Independent)
- Blue King Brown (Roots Level Records)
- Bukkcity (Unda K9)
- Butterfingers (Valley Trash Records)
- Carus and The True Believers (Independent)
- Cog (Diffrnt Music/Little Samurai)
- The Conglomerate (Independent, debut album only)
- Dan Webb (Misdemeanor Records)
- Drawn from Bees (Bonefinger Records)
- The E.L.F. (Oaks Records)
- Edward Guglielmino (Independent)
- Endorphin (Seduction Records)
- Epicure (Independent)
- The Flairz (Lefroy Records)
- Hungry Kids of Hungary (Independent)
- Impossible Odds (Impossible Odds)
- Intercooler (Rhythm Ace)
- Jacqui Hunt (Auraphonic)
- The Jezabels (Independent)
- John Butler Trio (Jarrah Records)
- Karnivool (Independent)
- Kate Miller-Heidke (Waterbear Records)
- Lior (Senso Unico)
- The Little Stevies (Independent)
- Lucky Fonz III (Cruiserweight Records)
- Mark Wilkinson (Independent)
- Mia Dyson (Backdoor Records)
- The Panda Band (Bamboo Records)
- The Panics (LittleBIGMAN Records)
- The Pigram Brothers (Pigram Music)
- Tecoma (Polaris Music)
- Tin Alley 
- The Preytells (Independent)
- Resin Dogs (Hydrofunk)
- Sam Clark (PLW Entertainment)
- Sarah McLeod (Naughty Mouse Ink/Independent)
- Sekiden (Valve Records)
- Skipping Girl Vinegar (Popboomerang)
- Sneaky Sound System (Whack Records)
- Superengine (Q-Stik Records)
- Voodoo Monkeys (Independent)
- The Waifs (Jarrah Records)
- Young Modern (Croxton Records)
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