Borne of a songwriting partnership stemming from the members' involvement with the Chris Gibbs Trio, Graphic Fiction Heroes recorded their full-length debut album at Noise-a-thon (all tracking besides drums) and with Rob Agostini at Soundbaker (drums and final mixes). The album is out now. Graphic Fiction Heroes won the Country category of the WAM Song of the Year in 2013 with the track 'First and Last' from the album. A follow-up EP 'Dreams of a Libertine' (recorded at Noise-a-thon and Soundbaker, mixed and mastered by Troy Nababan) was released in May 2017 and peaked at number 93 on the iTunes rock charts.




'Little Empires' was Chris Gibbs' debut solo album, released in 2009. A new album 'Big Appetite' was released in 2014. Check out some album reviews in the REVIEWS section. Chris has a new EP out with Chris Gibbs & The Transmission, a new band formed for performing Chris' material in a live setting. The EP, 'News Of The Day' recently peaked at no.28 on the iTunes rock charts.




Retro-metal for the 21st century. Axe Cane released their debut EP in 2012 to positive reviews and a follow-up recording was commenced not long thereafter. The band is currently on hiatus, but the founding members intend to complete the second recording in 2018. The band features ex-members of bands as diverse as Voyager and Kingpin. Axe Cane's debut public appearance was on television in 2012 as part of the popular yearly charity show, Telethon on Network 7.



Noise-a-thon released several Kingpin albums in the 2000s, most of which were recorded at numerous studios around Perth (Poons Head, Satellite, Soundbaker, Revolver) and mainly produced by Rob Agostini. From 2000 through to 2006, Kingpin performed and toured extensively, including a brief UK tour in 2002 and tour supports with the likes of The Superjesus, The Living End, Motorace, Thirsty Merc and Nickelback. The band's as yet unreleased final album from 2005 will finally be unleashed via iTunes and CD Baby in 2018.



A critically-acclaimed and award-winning genre-crossing alternative rock trio, F.U.L.L. were active in the Australian music scene throughout the 90s. The band released three EPs and one full-length album between 1996 and 2000. F.U.L.L. played constantly on the live circuit, scoring support slots with bands such as Grinspoon, Screamfeeder, The Superjesus and many more. Contact Noise-a-thon for back catalogue info.