KAOS Management is the first and foremost independent promotions company in Australia, with exclusive representation of artists at radio. Our passion
and belief in Australian music has never been questioned. KAOS clientele features the highest calibre of artists – SHEPPARD, John Butler Trio, GOTYE, LIME CORDIALE, Nick De La Hoyde, Get Smart Music’s DENNIS and Chugg Music and USA’s Yelawolf, to name a few.

We service radio nationally, both metropolitan and regional and both commercial and alternative and service your video digitally to all music tv / cable
shows. KAOS also offers a consultancy service to get your artist ready for release and an action plan to facilitate it.


Songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Gotye is the music-making mantle of one-man band,Wally de Backer. A few years ago his indie album, Like Drawing Blood, became an underground classic and saw Gotye collect the 2007 ARIA Award for Best Male Artist. The multi-platinum follow up – Making Mirrors – sold over 2 million copies worldwide and won 3 Grammy’s due to the smash “Somebody I Used To Know”.




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Indiana Massara

Singer / Songwriter Indiana Massara is known to most people as ‘Rooney’, from the viral hit series Chicken Girls. Indiana is an 18 year old Artist hailing from Australia who first found her voice through the Australian Girls Choir, then later turned to song writing after she discovered a love for creative writing. She moved to Los Angeles to further her career and enjoyed immediate success in both the acting and music worlds racking up over 60 episode and film credits and enjoying mainstream radio play across the USA, Australia and Canada. Having recently been featured in both Seventeen and Pop Star Magazines, her 2 million fans on Instagram and 4 million fans on TikTok are known as the ‘Indicators’. Indiana recently filmed her second feature film opposite Oscar winner Mira Sorvino and nominee Sean Astin and opened for Ava Max, Bryce Vine and Why Don’t We.


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John Butler Trio

John’s album HOME just debuted #1 on National ARIA Chart October 6 and features the new single “JUST CALL”. Currently on tour in Europe – Australia will see him live early 2019 for his tour with special guests, MISSY HIGGINS and STELLA DONNELLY.


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Lime Cordiale

2020 – “14 Steps To A Better You” wins TRIPLE J ALBUM OF THE YEAR + Band win theuir 1st ARIA for BREAKTHROUGH ARTIST
To mark the release of a regression we can all get behind, Lime Cordiale releases Reality Check Please. This is the sumptuous and breezy new single from Australia’s most prolific duo appears alongside five brand new tracks on 14 Steps To A Better You (Relapse) – a deluxe edition of their ARIA #1 album available via Chugg Music.
Their new song is Reality Check Please.

Faced with the inevitable ‘2020’ downtime in the lead up to the release of their second album in July, Louis and Oli remained productive throughout this period writing six new tracks for Relapse that is arguably some of their best work to date. “It didn’t feel like we were writing for another album, these songs felt like unfinished business. We’re excited to be able to deliver six new ‘steps’ for those that didn’t feel fulfilled with the self-help guide we’d already given. For those that have relapsed, this one’s for you,” muses Oli of Relapse.


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Nick De La Hoyde


Lay Low, Nick’s latest release, is a cheeky care free track that encapsulates that feeling you get when it’s a Friday night, you have finished work for the week and you’re up to no good.
It features a layered vocal with retro inspired synths.

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The new single ‘M.I.A.’ is indicative of the album more broadly, an upbeat stomper preaching self-determination and the overall message of ‘Kaleidoscope Eyes’: living your life on your own terms.
The album comes off the back of their 2018 ARIA #1 album ‘Watching The Sky’ as well as five gold, platinum and multi-platinum releases, including the worldwide smash hits ‘Geronimo’ and ‘Coming Home’. Proudly still based in Brisbane and taking on both the industry and life on their own terms, the Sheppard siblings have settled into a genuine space on their new album, presenting the music they want in the way they choose and opening themselves up to fans like they never have before.

“The release today of ‘Kaleidoscope Eyes’ feels like the end of a journey as well as the opening of a new door to the future,” said George Sheppard. “As a band and as siblings, this new album has been a real journey of growth, bringing our fans along for the ride as each single has been revealed and shown a new side to who we are. Whether it’s been coming to terms with years of global touring, figuring out who we are as people in the public eye, or simply discovering who we are and what we want to say as musicians, ‘Kaleidoscope Eyes’ has been about that discovery. We know that so many of our fans have been on that same journey with us over the last twelve months as the rolling out of the album has coincided with such a tumultuous time of self-discovery for all of us in world history.”

Whether through the ubiquitous ‘Geronimo’, Amy Sheppard’s inspirational ‘Kiss My Fat Ass’ campaign against body shaming, George’s famous entry to Rock In Rio via zipline or their tours with artists like Justin Bieber, Meghan Trainor, Keith Urban and Elton John, Sheppard are simply a Brisbane family taking life as it comes and letting the world in on their incredible journey.
“In the end, on our journey so far we’ve learned that there’s only two things in life you can control– your attitude and your art and with ‘Kaleidoscope Eyes’ we’re proud of what we have produced and we look forward to what comes next now it’s found its place in the world with our fans,” said George Sheppard. “We are eternally grateful for everyone across the world who have chosen to be on this positive journey with us.”


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Sofi Tukker

The group has also shared a new single and video from the EP for “Swing”, a crowd favourite at their live shows.

SOFI TUKKER says of “Swing”,”This song always felt like an epic battle song. It’s more like a chant than a song, really. It’s called “Swing” because we literally swing the song after Tuck says that. We collaborated with the Brazilian poet, Chacal, and the words are about words!! Like a lot of the things we do with Chacal, part of the meaning of it is just how nonsensical it is. It’s really about how delicious and delightful and also meaningless words ultimately are.


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The Buckleys

Woodstock69’ perfectly captures the Byron Bay siblings’ exquisite song-writing and feel-good foundations. Written by Sarah Buckley, Phil Barton (Nashville’s Music Row Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year) and Dave Thomson (co-writer #1 hit ‘Champagne Night’ by Lady A) and scheduled for release on Petrol Records / UMe, ‘Woodstock69’ is a nostalgic love letter to live music and the impact it has had on their lives and fellow performers.

With the band’s signature authenticity and aura of liberation, Sarah’s alluring vocal palette, paired with both the charming instrumentals and finely crafted videography results in a stunning audio-visual aesthetic that sways between snippets of the sibling trio and original footage from the famous 1969 Woodstock festival.

“Beyond Woodstock, this song is reminiscent of the times we all stood in packed crowds, singing songs, holding the hands of strangers, and dancing together. It’s a song that embodies the excitement we have for when we all get to do this again. This is our love letter to live music and the impact Live Music has had on all of our lives.” The Buckleys


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Portia Clark


Not long ago Portia was homeless yet her fighting spirit which she inherited from her father who died in conflict as a Freedom Fighter in South Africa where he was fighting apartheid is what kept her going and by chance back
stage at a performance in Minneapolis, Portia crossed paths with country music legend and Hootie & The Blowfish lead singer, Darius Rucker.
Portia was invited by Darius back to his green room with his band where they had a Corona and Portia wasn’t shy to ask Darius for a song in the future together, Darius responded with no hesitations “for sure”.

The duet stayed in touch and when Darius came down under for an Aussie tour he reached out to Portia for a catch up at his Sydney show where the opportunity for the duet was advanced and Portia was introduced by Darius to his keys player Lee Turner, an aspiring and talented Nashville producer and song writer.

Portia later joined Darius in Nashville and they hit the studio where Portia was mesmerised every time Darius hit his famous note from Hootie and the Blowfish’s “Let her Cry” hit.

When Darius was recently asked about the ensuing release, he shared:
“Portia has an incredible voice and a powerful story. I was honoured to join her for such a beautiful song.”


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