Master of Ceremonies
Julian Morrow is a co-founder of The Chaser, a satirical media empire which rivals Rupert Murdoch's News Corp in all fields except power, influence, popularity and profitability.
He now works as part of the Chaser creative team and, for his sins, its Managing Director, as well as working independently in the media.
After working as an employment and industrial lawyer for several years, Julian sabotaged his legal career by co-founding the allegedly fortnightly, allegedly satirical newspaper The Chaser in 1999. Despite its near total lack of readership, Julian worked on The Chaser newspaper until its final issue in 2005, writing both news satire and the media criticism column MediaCritic
After Party DJ's
Ivan Gough from L'tric
#1 US Billboard Club Chart
#1 UK Music Week Upfront Club Chart
#2 ARIA Club Chart
#1 Most Played Tracks (1001 tracklists.com)
#4 UK Music week upfront Mainstream Pop Chart
L’Tric is Ivan Gough and Andy Jaimes. The Australian DJ/Producer mates connected near the beginning of their successful production careers in their hometown, the music-breeding hot spot that is Melbourne.
Ivan, widely regarded as one of Australia’s most accomplished dance music exports, is behind some of electronica's biggest anthems. Ivan’s responsible for putting Australia’s house culture on the map. Enjoying success as one half of TV ROCK with hits such as “Been A Long Time”, Axwell favourite "ln The Air” and ARIA award winning “Flaunt It". Other collaborations include Grammy nominated, ARIA & APRA Award winning “In My Mind” (alongside Feenixpawl and Georgi K), one of 2012’s biggest EDM records.
The past 10 years have seen the ascendancy of Andy Jaimes into the upper echelon of World DJs, producers and remixers. Better known as Sgt. Slick, he’s behind records like “Everyday" and “Like This” plus the ARIA Award winning “White Treble Black Bass” and ARIA #1 “'Automatic Machine”. Andy continues to lead, crafting L.A.'s “MyVice” production house and forging his path across tne US with high-profile headline gigs.
Jake Stone from bluejuice
Jake Stone is an Australian singer songwriter and was the lead vocalist in Sydney band Bluejuice. Bluejuice were an iconic Sydney band and a regular feature in the Aussie music scene for more than a decade. Famous for their wild antics, their frenetic stage show and a focus on huge festival crowds, they made their mark, and became one of the most-loved, reputed bands on the Aussie circuit. Bluejuice lodged four singles in the top twenty of the Triple J Hottest 100 over the course of their career with classics like "Vitriol" & "Act Yr Age", along with "Broken Leg" which was #5 in the Hottest 100 2009. The band proved itself a Triple J favourite again on their last single "I'll Go Crazy", which polled at #25 in Hottest 100 for 2014. After 13 years together, that's no mean feat. Selling out shows across the country for their Retrospectable: The Farewell Tour, was an impressive end to an impressive band.