Fergus James Debut Single “Golden Age”

Posted on August 1st, by Stephen McGuire in Uncategorized.

Fergus James debut single “Golden Age” is taking off with support from Triple J Unearthed (Artist Spotlight), New Music Friday (Aus/NZ & Canada), Pop Sounds, Get Popped, and spent over 8 weeks on the Hot Hits Australia Playlist. Fergus recently appeared as the Australian tour support for Ed Sheeran and is in the studio with Pip with more to come!



Australia’s Rising Star CXLOE

Posted on August 1st, by Stephen McGuire in Uncategorized.

Rising Aussie artist CXLOE releases her second single with a bang. “Monster” (co-written and produced by Pip Norman) landed a Triple J premiere, appeared as the cover of New Music Friday Australia, and has been featured in the Industry Observer, Pilerats, and NLV.



Missy Higgin’s Fifth Studio Album ‘Solastalgia’ Executive Produced by Pip Norman

Posted on August 1st, by Stephen McGuire in Uncategorized.

Missy Higgin’s new album has been released! This album was a monumental undertaking with collaborations across the globe and turned into a sort of epic on Missy’s existential reflection on the passing of time. Missy hopes that “when you listen to it from beginning to end it tells a story, and that you take from it what you need.” Missy recently sold out her Australian tour for the album and appeared as Ed Sheeran’s Australian tour support.



Muriel’s Wedding the Musical, music produced by Pip Norman

Posted on August 1st, by Stephen McGuire in Uncategorized.

Check out Muriel’s Wedding the Musical, live music tracked and produced by Pip Norman. PJ Hogan (the film’s original writer/director) has updated his screenplay into a dazzling new stage show, bringing the story into the present but keeping all the irreverence and naughtiness of the film along with its dark edge. The original cast recording was released 12 January 2018 and debuted at #17 on the ARIA Albums Chart in Australia.



Urthboy has Triple J Album Of The Week

Posted on March 9th, by Stephen McGuire in Songs.

Urthboy returns with an autobiographical body of work covering his heritage, as well as that of the city he calls home.