Stellas Kitchen
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Stellas Kitchen

Perth, Western Australia, Australia | SELF

Perth, Western Australia, Australia | SELF
Band Rock Alternative


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"Stellas Kitchen - 2008 Grow Your Own Upload 2 CD WA Launch"

Official Grow Your Own Upload 2 CD

WA Launch
12 September 2008

On a night that well and truly delivered, Stellas Kitchen treated their audience to a spectacular show demonstrating why they’re one of WA’s finest bands. They immediately showed why they have been in high regard with tight guitar melodies, accelerated drumming and powerful vocals showing a memorable performance for that night.

Noticeably enthusiastic after their recent success launch “Baby” to 96.1 fm the song drew the crowd closer to the stage dancing whilst the boys worked their magic. The sweet saxophone sound demanded attention and showed it’s a fantastic opportunity to witness outstanding local talent. After “Baby” they left the crowd hungry for more, and more is what the crowd got. Feeling the throbbing bass beats below your feet and the sound of everyone around you singing along to their lyrics made you feel as you never want the night to end.

For their whole set the four brothers had a smile on their face and knew they couldn’t put a foot wrong if they tried. For all those who attended the gig left content and very impressed. I guarantee all those who went to the event will defiantly be seeing Stellas Kitchen again for sure.

Heather M

©2008 WA Gig Guide - WA GIG GUIDE

"Stellas Kitchen EP Launch July 2009"

Friday night. The end of the working week and also a good chance to get down to Amplifier and dance. STELLAS KITCHEN were releasing their debut EP, Fundamentals, and they'd brought along a great supporting cast.

......Then came the moment we'd all been waiting for: STELLAS KITCHEN.First song was new single 'Baby', an uptempo song built for dancing featuring a red hot sax solo from frontman Daniel Romeo. From then on the only way was up. The band then dived into 'Steal Mind', featured some great guitar explorations from youngest brother Jonathon, and 'Talking To', which has been featured on Rage.

The highlight of the night was power ballad 'D'Still Around'. This song had the crowd waving their hands in the air which made for an electrifying atmosphere. The band finished with 'Searching', and after some antics from Homebrewe guitarist Casey Grogan it was all over.If you haven't seen Stella's Kitchen, or any of the other bands that played, go and check them out. Seriously. You won't be disappointed.

- Spaceship News - Chris Martin


'Fundamentals' EP' released July 2009 4 track EP - in stores and online distributed across Australia by Firestarter Distribution

'Lightly' features on the 2010 US compilation cd 'Riot Act' released by 272 Records.

All songs received airplay on community radio stations including RTR fm, SYN Radio, Twin Cities and many more.

Current Video Clip - Talking to has received multiple plays on RAGE

Talking To Features on Foghorn Records 2009 "grow your own upload 3 National Compilation CD

'Baby' features both online and in CD stores across Australia for the National Compilation CD - Grow Your Own upload 2 by Foghorn Records.

'Baby' also features in Europe on 'The 2010 Busta Compilation CD' by Midfinger Records. 20,000 copies.



Stellas Kitchen are an original rock band from Perth, WA, formed in August 2007. The bands line up consists of four brothers - Daniel, Domenic, Carlo and Jonathan Romeo - and is named after that family heritage. Their music has featured on national and international compilation CDs, live TV and radio, and regularly appears in Xpress and Drum magazine.

"Stellas Kitchen have such a glowing reputation that we’re actually embarrassed we’ve not caught them before now, and they don’t disappoint tonight. Polished, hard, heavy and tight; lovingly crafted sounds, and well written songs.” - Shane Pinnegar for, Oct 2010.

"Stellas Kitchen are one of the hottest up and coming bands in the country." - Slim Jim Enterprises at Telethon 2010.

"...their music and lyrics are filled with strength and confidence, and their performance is breathtaking." - Anne Johnsen on Stellas Kitchen EP Launch for, July 2009.

“...Stellas Kitchen treated their audience to a spectacular show, demonstrating why they’re one of WA’s finest bands.” - Sept 2008 WA Gig Guide on GYO2 showcase.

Bio Facts:
• Debut EP launch “Fundamentals” attracted over 400 people at Amplifier Bar Perth, July 2009.

• Performed over 150 shows including national supports, live TV (Telethon 2009/2010), WAMi showcases, charity events, interstate (the Esplanade Hotel and Pony Club in Melbourne), pubs, clubs and showcase launches for national & international compilation CDs.

• Track “Baby” features on the 2009 “Kiss My WAMi” compilation CD/DVD, on European label Midfinger Records’ “Busta” international compilation CD, and on Foghorn Records’ “Grow Your Own Upload Vol 2” national compilation CD, where it is the number 1 downloaded track on iTunes.

• Track “Lightly” features on U.S label 272 Records’ 2010 “Riot Act” international compilation CD.

• Track “Talking To” features on the 2010 “Grow Your Own Upload Vol 3” national compilation CD, and the video clip first aired on RAGE in 2009.

• Supported the Choirboys on 12th September, 2009, and Dave Evans on 1st August, 2009.

• WA winners of Tooheys Extra Dry “uncharTED LIVE” competition, 2009.

• APRA registered; members of WAM, ASN and RTR FM. A regular in Drum and Xpress Magazines and on community radio.

• Grass roots level support in the community with WAM “Incursion” concerts/workshops into local high schools.

• Massive online presence with own website plus Myspace, Facebook, YouTube, Sonicbids, Triple J,, Musicoz, FasterLouder, Whotune, Space Ship News, and more.

• ’08, ’09, ‘10 “McHappy Day” guests at Morley McDonalds. All merchandise sales donated to the foundation.

• Currently writing/recording for 2nd EP release this year.
Please contact Daniel Romeo from Harpoon Productions for more information

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