Noise-a-thon was created primarily for West Australian musician Chris Gibbs to record, release and promote his various projects. Through Noise-a-thon, Chris has produced his own work as well as producing, co-writing and performing with many other artists.

Chris is an award-winning songwriter and guitarist, whose achievements include winning the Rock category of the WAM Song of the Year in 1998 and 2001, the Country category in 2013, and Most Popular Guitarist at the WAM Awards in 1997, along with numerous other nominations over a career which currently spans nearly three decades.

The Noise-a-thon studio has completed various stages of recording projects for several WA artists. In the early 2000s Chris co-wrote and produced early work for vocalist Paul Black. Some of the songs Chris collaborated on were later worked on by Paul with Stuart Stuart (producer of popular Brisbane act Sheppard) and Daniel Jones (one half of Australian pop sensation Savage Garden), both of whom had positive responses to the songs penned by Gibbs and Black. One of the songs received a nomination in the Pop category for the WAM Song of the Year in the mid-2000s.

Chris has produced, mixed and/or recorded recent projects by Jess Lawrence, Sarina Cooper and Matt Waring. Lee Musto's (brother of legendary Perth musician Glenn Musto of College Fall) debut EP is currently being worked on. Chris has also worked in the Noise-a-thon studio with popular WA vocalist Mike Nayar, both on advertising jingles and demos for Nayar's new project Paris For The Weekend.

Chris has performed on many artists' albums as a session guitarist, most recently for Michael John and Bradley Hall. Chris has recently finished tracking the new Graphic Fiction Heroes EP and mixing the new Chris Gibbs & The Transmission EP, both are schedule for mid-2017 release.


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