Bruce Milne

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Bruce Milne (born 1957) is an Australian music entrepreneur closely linked to the Melbourne post-punk scene. He founded the independent record label Au-Go-Go in 1979.

He has been associated with graphic designer and musician Philip Brophy, author and journalist Clinton Walker and Australian rock groups The Scientists, Spiderbait, Magic Dirt, New Zealand's The Datsuns and many others. He has been involved in fanzines, community radio, retail record stores, music venues and A&R. As a teen he attended Swinburne alternative school with musicians Rowland S. Howard and Anita Lane. Known as the unsung hero of Australian independent music, Bruce is also responsible for guiding many young A&R managers through their career, most notably Craig Hawker.

In-Fidelity Recordings is the current record label from Bruce Milne.

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