Trifekta

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Trifekta Records
Trifekta logo.jpg
Founded1997
FounderTom Larnach-Jones
Tim Everest
Paul Towner
Distributor(s)Festival Mushroom Records
GenreVarious
Country of originAustralia
LocationFitzroy, Victoria

Trifekta is the name of a now defunct Australia based independent record label,[1] based in Fitzroy, Victoria.[2] It was started in 1997 by Tom Larnach-Jones (Shock Records), Tim Everest and Paul 'Presser' Towner (Gerling).

The first release for the label was debut release for The Avalanches, a limited edition 7" single entitled "Rock City". This was followed by another limited edition 7" single, this time Gerling's "Bachelor Pad" single. Towner returned to Sydney and not long after this, Everest left the label in the hands of Larnach-Jones, so that he could focus on his fashion label Schwipe.

Artists[edit]

Bands released on the Trifekta label include:

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "For the Record: Quick News on Godsmack, Mystikal, Alanis Morissette, Kiss, Outkast, Unwound & More". MTV, Retrieved on 4 August 2009
  2. ^ "Trifekta Records". Hotfrog, Retrieved on 4 August 2009
  3. ^ Bernard Zuel, 16 April 2005. "The Decemberists, Picaresque". Sydney Morning Herald, Retrieved on 4 August 2009
  4. ^ Chris Beck, 24 May 2003. "Ready, set, go again". The Age, Retrieved on 4 August 2009