Radio INK
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Radio INK

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia | SELF

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia | SELF
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Already established here on my site, my first post in 2011 is one of my biggest musical tips - Radio Ink. An AWESOME Australian dance-pop band - They are just totally fabulous in every possible way....and hearing their BRAND SPANKING NEW single, Physical is a fantastic experience! - Picking up some favour in Australian radio, rightly, the track is awesome - and comes with a bunch of fabulous mixes - Highly recommended! I'd love to know your thoughts - The EP is on iTunes here - Bring on an album! They are one of a handful of Australian bands that I absolutely adore, and am wishing MASSIVE things for!

Physical kicks things off with it's gorgeous shimmery summery synths, and sounds reminiscent of a rocked up "Wish U Were Here", by the group. An awesome lyric, fierce and fabulous, is paired with an AWESOME, gutsy vocal delivery, just makes for a fantastic track, and that anthemic chorus? - Fabulous! The Physical (Gloves Remix) comes along next, and layers some synthy stabs over a funky beat...It's not quite as fantastic as the original, but I like it. Following that, the Physical (STA Remix), which strips out a lot of the synths, replacing instead with a more minimal, bassy beat, some electronic stabs, but leaves some beautiful synths behind the chorus, and I love it! The Physical (Moonchild Remix) comes along next, and it's a bit more of an in-your-face, loud mix, with a feel of some of the better Moto Blanco mixes I've heard. A fantastic track, an awesome, airy summer mix - I do adore...Closing this disc is the VERY retro, 80's reminiscent Physical (Muffin Remix), which basically sounds like a 80's production, layered over a deep, modern, throbbing beat, and it's great - Much like. Fantastic stuff, highly recommended! - Fabtastic! Music


Chosen in January to be the face and sound of Vodafone’s national TV ad campaign with MTV’s Ruby Rose, Radio INK are currently taking their brand spankin’ new show around the hottest clubs to tie in with the launch of their second single, "Give Me What You Got".

Radio INK’s debut single, "Wish U Were Here", shot straight onto radio station countdowns and scored a national TV snyc deal. The supporting video clip aired on Video Hits and Rage.

Having emerged from seasons sweating it on the dance music circuit, Radio INK opened We Love Sounds Festival 09 mixing electronics and dance beats with live rock instruments and vocals. Residents at Sydney’s popular Piano Room, Radio INK also headline shows at some of Sydney’s premier venues and clubs including Favela, The Argyle, The Golden Sheaf and Trademark. They’ve performed with acts such as The Potbelleez, Art Vs Science, Amy Meredith, and Grafton Primary.

With pumping bass lines, catchy melodic arrangements and sleek styling, Radio INK’s appeal has grabbed the attention of various journalists, international bloggers and industry insiders who are hailing the group as following the footsteps of Sneaky Sound System, The Presets and Rogue Traders. - Nova FM


Chosen in January to be the face and sound of Vodafone’s national TV ad campaign with MTV’s Ruby Rose, Radio INK are currently taking their brand spankin’ new show around the hottest clubs to tie in with the launch of their second single, "Give Me What You Got".

Radio INK’s debut single, "Wish U Were Here", shot straight onto radio station countdowns and scored a national TV snyc deal. The supporting video clip aired on Video Hits and Rage.

Having emerged from seasons sweating it on the dance music circuit, Radio INK opened We Love Sounds Festival 09 mixing electronics and dance beats with live rock instruments and vocals. Residents at Sydney’s popular Piano Room, Radio INK also headline shows at some of Sydney’s premier venues and clubs including Favela, The Argyle, The Golden Sheaf and Trademark. They’ve performed with acts such as The Potbelleez, Art Vs Science, Amy Meredith, and Grafton Primary.

With pumping bass lines, catchy melodic arrangements and sleek styling, Radio INK’s appeal has grabbed the attention of various journalists, international bloggers and industry insiders who are hailing the group as following the footsteps of Sneaky Sound System, The Presets and Rogue Traders. - Nova FM


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DJ’s Dic Money and Ronny Clark found their princess of the dance floor, Miss S, and launched the Sydney based dance trio Radio INK. Together since 2009, Radio INK set about following in the footsteps of their electro-pop predecessors and in that same birth year released their first hit single, ‘Wish U Were Here’, which was heavily supported by the Hot 30 Countdown, Take 40 Australia, Video Hits and Rage.

Following the success of ‘Wish U Were Here’, Radio INK was nominated for Australian Independent Artist of the Year, and Independent Video Clip of the Year at the 2009 MusicOz Awards. The band became the first indie artists to chart at #1 on Austereo’s new digital station RadarRadio, where they were voted to the top spot for five consecutive weeks by the Aussie public.

Not long after, the team at Vodafone Australia caught a Radio INK live show and chose the band to star in their Vodafone Blackberry national TV campaign alongside MTV’s Ruby Rose (February 2010). Working with ARIA award-winning video Director Josh Logue, Radio INK launched their second single in the TVC. The single, ‘Give Me What You Got’, was chosen as the 2010 NA2R Winner by Commercial Radio Australia (September 2010).

For their new single, ‘Physical’, Radio INK travelled across the globe in search of a producer to take their music to the next level. Their journey led them to New York City where they worked with one of the most credited pop producers – Diamond Cut (Amy Merideth, Evermore, Cassette Kids, Delta Goodrem and Dragonette). ‘Physical’ peaked at #34 on TMN Hot 100 Chart (January 2011) with incredible ATB support from Nova, Today Network and MIX FM Network, and video support again from Video Hits, Rage and Channel [V].

Radio INK are residents and appear at headline shows at some of Sydney’s premier venues and clubs including LADY LUX, PIANO ROOM, IVY POOL, THE CLUB, FAVELA, KIT & KABOODLE, THE ARGYLE, THE GOLDEN SHEAF, THE GREENWOOD HOTEL and TRADEMARK. They’ve been invited as special guests performing at A-list private parties and corporate functions and have supported acts such as The Potbelleez, Art Vs Science, Amy Meredith, and Grafton Primary.

Following the hugely successful release of three independent singles (‘Wish U Were Here’, ‘Give Me What You Got’ and ‘Physical’), the brand new and first single to be lifted from Radio INK’s forthcoming debut EP, due for release June 2011, is the hook-driven dance/pop crossover smash... ‘ROCKET’.

‘ROCKET’ was penned by Radio INK and co-produced once again by the band and New York based, Diamond Cut (Rich Sanford). The accompanying video for “ROCKET was shot over a weekend in Sydney under the creative guidance of well known indie film Director, James Demitri, whose alien inspired clip includes an extended ‘short film’ version for Radio INK’s active YouTube channel.

Also making its way onto the trio’s debut EP alongside ‘ROCKET’ are; ‘White Flags’, ‘Heartbreaker’, ‘Number One’ and extended remixes of “ROCKET” from fellow dance floor favourites and friends of Radio INK, such as Moonchild, Bit Funk, Koobra, Punches, Neon Workout and The Stafford Brothers.