Jason Coleman says his new record label Groove Pill Records is Australia’s Newest Independent Record Label. He is too modest. Groove Pill Records is the World’s Newest Independent Record Label.
Coleman, the So You Think You Can Dance judge, the creator of Minister of Dance, and Hairspray theatre promoter, doesn’t do anything by halves. Groove Pill Records has been designed from the ground floor up for a global market. This is truly a world-class label with a budget to match.
Last night in Melbourne, Jason Coleman unveiled Groove Pill Records to the world with co-director Petra Sawicki.
The label already has 17 acts in development deals. Groove Pill Records owns and administers all of its music writing, publishing, creative and merch and runs a full service management division.
The first release from The Collective Sound featuring 9 Lives is ‘Save The World’. Coleman gets his groove on as a DJ in The Collective Sound with collaborators Peter Harrington (Dirty Laundry) and Matt Sofo.
9 Lives is Brinden-Starr Aspinall, Laura Brougham, Amanda Bruce, Emma Clark, Taryb DeLuca, Samm Hagen, Melanie Hawkins, Penny Higgs and Crissi x.
Additional songs have already been recorded with some of the 9 Lives. ‘I Loves It’ and ‘Got It Good’ featuring Crissi x is on the way as are songs featuring Melanie Hawkins and Chloe Maggs.
Check out the music:
Save The World – The Collective Soul feat. 9 Lives