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Infusion win 'Best Dance Release' at the Aria Awards

Author: Sarah West
Monday, October 24, 2005
CONGRATULATIONS! to the Infusion boys on a well deserved win in the category of Best Dance Release for '6 Feet Above Yesterday' at the Aria awards last night

This was Infusion's second win and they've been nominated 4 times in total. The album 'Six Feet Above Yesterday' has also been receiving acclaim overseas, named 'Album of the month' by well respected publication M8 magazine who rated it 10/10.

'Six Feet Above Yesterday' was released overseas in April this year, its success resulting in a hectic touring schedule. They're currently at home in Melbourne, but will be heading off again to play the Creamfields festivals in Buenos Aires and Brazil.

Our next opportunity to see them on home soil will be in Sydney for New Years event 'Field Days.'

I was feeling so proud after accidentally stumbling across channel 10 while the award was being presented, and it was great to see our Melbourne based boys give their second nationally televised speech. All I can say is keep em coming boys! Well done!

For more info on Infusion view these links:
DJ Profile

'Better World' review

'6 Feet Above Yesterday' review

Photo Gallery: Infusion at Room 608

Reewind! April 2005
"Deconstruction are going to be releasing 'Six Feet Above Yesterday' over in the UK," confirms Jamie Stevens who, along with Frank Xavier and Manuel Sharrad, make up Infusion. From those not familiar with Deconstruction's illustrious history, it was once home to the likes of M People, Sasha, Kylie Minogue and and Robert Miles. "Mike Pickering, who was in M People and basically runs the label Deconstruction, is now head of A & R at Sony BMG," explains Stevens. For years they wanted to restart the label, and when they heard our new album and found out that BMG in Australia had us on their roster, they said that we were perfect to relaunch the label. So they've started up again to release our CD which is a huge honour for sure."
Taken from Infusion interview written by Terry Goldfain and originally featured in Zebra magazine