Vicious Vinyl

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Vicious Vinyl is a record label based in Melbourne, Australia. The label was started in the late 1980s in Frankston by aspirant producer/DJs, Andy Van and John Course.[1] Colin Daniels later joined as their third partner.[1]

Vicious Recordings was founded in 1992, and has featured artists such as Avicii, Dirty South, Madison Avenue, Peking Duk, and The Potbelleez.

They released a number of local artists including Ground Level, Bubbleman and Pendulum to major club scene acclaim. The label garnered major international success with the Vicious Grooves release of Andy Van's Madison Avenue project and their single, "Don't Call Me Baby".

The label also released five volumes of the compilation series, Da House and Club Anthems and their long line of albums under the name Vicious Cuts (or iCuts on iTunes).

Labels under Vicious[edit]

  • Zip Music
  • Vicious Vinyl
  • Vicious Recordings
  • Vicious Grooves
  • Vicious Urban
  • Vicious Bitch
  • Vicious Black

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Cashmere, Paul (4 December 2003). "Vicious Vinyl split from Festival Mushroom". Undercover News. Paul Cashmere, Ros O'Gorman. Archived from the original on 18 November 2005. Retrieved 9 November 2016. 

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