Tonite Only

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Tonite Only
Origin Sydney, Australia
Genres Electronic music
Years active 2005 (2005)–present
Labels Ministry of Sound Australia
Website www.facebook.com/toniteonlymusic
Members Sam Littlemore
Simon Lewicki

Tonite Only is an electronic music group formed late 2005 in Sydney, Australia which disbanded late 2006, only to reform a few years later. Its two members are Sam Littlemore (Sam La More) and Simon Lewicki (Groove Terminator), leading proponents in the Australian electronic music scene.

In 2006, the duo released "Danger (The Bomb)" and "Where the Party's At" and soon after announced that they would separate and focus on their respective solo careers.

In 2008, the pair reunited to remix (Ministry of Sound label-mate) Hook N Sling's "The Best Thing", a cover of the 1980s Boom Crash Opera song.

In 2011 they resumed production together and released another single, their most successful to date. "We Run the Nite" held the number 1 position in the ARIA club chart for 11 weeks, inspiring the duo to tour again, playing festivals including Creamfields. The song peaked at #42 in the Australian pop charts.[1]

Tonite Only holds the record for the longest period in the number one position in the ARIA club charts. In 2006, their versions of "Pictures" by Sneaky Sound System and "All This Love" by The Similou spent 18 and 11 weeks respectively atop the chart.

Releases[edit]

Artist name Song/Album Format Label(s)
Tonite Only "Experience" feat. Nathan Hudson Digital Downright/Ministry of Sound Australia
Tonite Only "Touch" ft. Yeah Boy Digital Downright/Ministry of Sound Australia
Tonite Only "Fuck Tomorrow" Digital Downright/Ministry of Sound Australia
Tonite Only "Go" Digital Downright/Ministry of Sound Australia
Tonite Only "Haters Gonna Hate" Digital Downright/Ministry of Sound Australia
Tonite Only "We Run the Nite" Digital Downright/Ministry of Sound Austraia
Tonite Only & Riot In Belgium 'Mashed III 2xCD Mixed Ministry of Sound Australia
Tonite Only "Where the Party's At" 12" Hussle Black/Ministry of Sound Australia
Tonite Only "DANGER (The Bomb)" 12" Hussle Black/Ministry of Sound Australia, Ministry of Sound (UK, Germany), Ultra (USA)

Remixes[edit]

Artist name Song title Format Label(s)
Example "Stay Awake" Digital Ministry of Sound
Hook N Sling "The Best Thing" CD, Digital Hussle
Sneaky Sound System "Pictures" CD, 12", Digital Whack / MGM
Princess Superstar "Perfect" CD, 12" Central Station Records
TV Rock "Bimbo" CD, 12", Digital Sony Music
Hook N Sling vs Kid Kenobi "The Bump" CD, 12" Hussle Black / Cr2
The Similou "All This Love" CD, 12", Digital Hussle Black
The Veronicas "Everything I'm Not" Unreleased Interscope Records

References[edit]

  1. ^ "australian-charts.com - Tonite Only - We Run the Nite". Hung Medien. Retrieved 22 May 2011. 

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