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|Past members||Ivan Gough|
TV Rock entered the mainstream in February 2006 with their hit "Flaunt It" featuring Seany B which reached #1 for 5 weeks and spent 39 weeks in the Australian ARIA Top 50 (31 of those weeks inside the Top 40). TV Rock won the highest selling single and best dance release for "Flaunt It" in the ARIA Music Awards of 2006. TV Rock collaborated with Melbourne dance team Dukes of Windsor for their 3rd single release "The Others" which reached No.10 in Australia in June 2007 and spent 20 weeks inside the Australian Top 50.
Their debut album, Sunshine City, was released on 25 November 2006.
Together, they founded their own dance record label, "Neon Records", which manages fellow Melbournian DJs Dirty South & Denzal Park and singer Zoe Badwi.
In early 2013, Ivan Gough left TV Rock to pursue solo projects.
Awards and nominations
|2007||"Flaunt It" (Sean Berchik, Ivan Gough, Grant Smillie) – TV Rock featuring Seany B||Most Performed Dance Work||Won|
|Most Performed Australian Work||Nominated|
|2008||"The Others" (Cory Blight, Scott Targett, Jack Weaving) – TV Rock vs the Dukes of Windsor||Dance Work of the Year||Nominated|
TV Rock have produced and remixed an extensive amount of music. Here is a short list of tracks.
- 25 November 2006: Sunshine City
|2006||"Flaunt It" (featuring Seany B)||1||—||3||—||Sunshine City|
|"Bimbo Nation" (featuring Nancy Vice)||32||11||—||—|
|2007||"The Others" (TV Rock vs Dukes of Windsor)||10||—||—||—||single-only release|
|2008||"Release Me" (featuring Zoe Badwi)||—||—||—||—||Zoë|
|2009||"In the Air" (featuring Rudy)||37||—||—||43||Until One|
|2011||"Diamonds in the Sky" (With Hook n Sling featuring Rudy)||—||—||—||—||Beatport Exclusive|
|2012||"In My Mind (Axwell Mix)" (With Feenixpawl)
(feat. Georgi Kay)
|2014||"See Me Run"||—||—||—||—|
- 2008: "Been a Long Time" (featuring Rudy)
- 2010: "I Am Techno"
- 2011: "FIVEg" (with Dave Spoon)
- Songs by Tv Rock. ACharts.us, accessed February 12, 2014.
- "APRA History". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 3 May 2010.
- "2007 Winners - APRA Music Awards". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 3 May 2010.
- "Most Performed Australian Work nominations - 2007". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 3 May 2010.
- "Dance Work of the Year nomination - 2008". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 3 May 2010.
- Songs by Tv Rock. ACharts.us.