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Ian Simmonds

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Ian Simmonds has released materials on !K7, Ninja Tune’s Ntone offshoot, SSR, and his very own ATL imprint. Previously of pop-house group the Flip flops (who had a big success in the first ’90s with “Foot”), Simmonds proceeded to go solo after issues with the group’s label compelled them to split up (his label, ATL — All That’s Still left — can be an ironic tribute compared to that sobering knowledge). Although his single releases began showing up around enough time of post-Mo’Wax bandwagon-jumping, Simmonds’ paths have a researched complexity that differentiate them through the breakbeat wallpaper from the spliff-soaked downbeat established. He released his initial two 12″s, Juryman’s Juryman 1 and Juryman 2, on ATL before going to Ninja Tune’s experimental Ntone arm for Juryman 3. His 4th single (treatment to speculate its name?) made an appearance on Crammed subsidiary SSR in 1997 and included even more full-blown drum’n’bass rhythmic components. The Juryman full-length Email Order Justice implemented later that season, recorded with documenting partner Luke Gordon (aka Spacer), the in-house engineer at Howie B.’s Pussyfoot studio room. Both Simmonds’ second (Last Expresses of Character) and third (Go back to X) full-lengths made an appearance under his very own name on !K7.

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Profession Disc jockey, Singer, Music Producer
Music Songs International Songs, Wendelstein Variations, Alvin's Blues, The Esel, The Man With No Thumbs, Kon 1, Theme to the Last Puma, Dance of Dances, Non Military Intro, Swigging Millie, The Castle Dub, According Too, Overstretchin, Know Kname, The Comeback, Bineric Blues, Belle's Poem, Know the words, Sands of Tunis, Highdown, Escape to Where, Rootz, East of Here, The Manta, Cry Dub, Ballad of Den the Men, N.V.Y., Sound of Tunis, The Ice Waltz, Lutherstreet Blues, Blues for V.C., Body Sound
Albums The Burgenland Dubs, Return to X, Last States of Nature, The Right Side of Kind, The Ballad of Den the Men, The Wendelstein Variations EP, Escape to Where, Know the words?, The Hill, Standing Man EP, The Woodhouse EP, International Songs EP, Highdown - EP, Burgenland EP, The Burgenland Dubs Reworked


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Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Wednesday Night Fever 2013 TV Series head writer - 7 episodes
Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell 2013 TV Series writer - 11 episodes
Good News World 2011 TV Series head writer - 10 episodes
Good News Week 2008-2011 TV Series head writer - 110 episodes
The Sideshow 2007 TV Series head writer - 25 episodes
The Glass House 2001 TV Series head writer
42nd Annual TV Week Logie Awards 2000 TV Special writer
GNW Night Lite 1999 TV Series head writer - 6 episodes
Good News Weekend 1998 TV Series writer
Denton 1994 TV Series

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Wednesday Night Fever 2013 TV Series script producer - 7 episodes

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 Awgie Award Australian Writers' Guild Comedy - Sketch or Light Entertainment Wednesday Night Fever (2013) · Mat Blackwell
· Rick Kalowski
· Steve Lynch
· Sam McMillan (as Sammy J)
· Joel Slack-Smith
· Steve Walsh
· Anne Edmonds
· Heath Franklin
· Richard Thorp
2012 Fred Parsons Award Australian Writers' Guild
2012 Awgie Award Australian Writers' Guild Comedy - Sketch or Light Entertainment Good News Week (1996) · Warwick Holt
· Mat Blackwell
· Dave Bloustien
· Simon Dodd
· Bruce Griffiths
· Paul Livingston
2011 Awgie Award Australian Writers' Guild Comedy - Sketch or Light Entertainment Good News Week (1996) · Warwick Holt
· Dave Bloustien
· Simon Dodd
· Bruce Griffiths
· Paul Livingston
2010 Awgie Award Australian Writers' Guild Comedy - Sketch or Light Entertainment Good News Week (1996) · Warwick Holt
· Dave Bloustien
· Simon Dodd
· Bruce Griffiths
· Paul Livingston
2009 Awgie Award Australian Writers' Guild Comedy - Sketch or Light Entertainment Good News Week (1996) · Dave Bloustien
· Simon Dodd
· Bruce Griffiths
· Warwick Holt
· Mat Blackwell (co-writer)
· Patrick Cook (co-writer)
· Paul Livingston (co-writer)
· Celia Pacquola (co-writer)
2005 Awgie Award Australian Writers' Guild Comedy (Non-Format) The Glass House (2001) · Dave Bloustien (writer)
· Simon Dodd (writer)
· Bruce Griffiths (writer)
· Steve Johnston (writer)
2000 Awgie Award Australian Writers' Guild Comedy - Non-Format Good News Week (1996) · Rachel Spratt
· Steve Johnston
· George Dodd
· Phillip Scott
· Simon Dodd
· Bruce Griffiths
· Patrick Cook
· Richard Thorp
· Daele Healy
1998 Awgie Award Australian Writers' Guild Comedy - Non-Format Good News Week (1996) · Steve Johnston
· Rachel Spratt
· Bruce Griffiths
· Simon Dodd
· Patrick Cook


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