Remote Control Records

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Remote Control Records
Founded 2001
Founder Steve Cross, Harvey Saward
Genre Various
Country of origin Australia
Location Melbourne
Official website [2]

Remote Control Records was established by Harvey Saward (Shock Records’ International A&R Manager for ten years) and Steve Cross (previously General Manager at Festival Mushroom Records (FMR)[1]) in early 2001, with an intention to support under-represented music. As of October 2013, the company provides marketing services, promotional support and label management to a roster of international and Australian artists and labels. In its first 10 years, Remote Control worked with the following artists in Australia and New Zealand: The White Stripes, Adele, The National, Dirty Three, Sally Seltmann, Radiohead, The XX, Vampire Weekend, Wolf & Cub, Dizzee Rascal, M.I.A. and Interpol.

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International acts[edit]

AC Newman
Adam Green
Adele
Alabama Shakes
Alexander
Atlas Sound
Belle & Sebastian
Basement Jaxx
Bauhaus
Beirut
The Big Pink
Blonde Redhead
The Breeders
British Sea Power
Camera Obscura
Cat Power
The Cave Singers
The Cocteau Twins
The Cult
Deerhunter
Esben & The Witch
Eddi Reader
Emiliana Torrini
Elvis Perkins
Francoiz Breut
Friendly Fires
Fucked Up
Future of the Left
Gang Gang Dance
Holy Fuck
The Horrors
Iron & Wine
Jane Badler
Jeffrey Lewis
Jenny Lewis
Kurt Vile
Matmos
Micachu
The Mountain Goats
The National
The New Pornographers
Pavement
Paul Banks
Peaches
Pixies
Prodigy
Purity Ring
Radiohead
Ratatat
SBTRKT
Scott Walker
Sonic Youth
St. Vincent
Stereolab
Thom Yorke
Thurston Moore
Tindersticks
Tune-Yards
Twin Shadow
Vampire Weekend
Warpaint
The White Stripes
Woods
Yo La Tengo
The xx
Zomby

Australian acts[edit]

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  1. ^ [1]

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