Sneaky Sound System (NSW)

Australian Dance Music Group

About Sneaky Sound System (NSW)

This electro-pop group was formed in 2004 by the talented singer Miss Connie Mitchell and extraordinary producer Angus McDonald. As they begin to made a reputation for themselves at the club scene with Sneaky Sundays club night in Sydney, leading them to release an eponymous debut album in 2006, charting at top 5 with the singles “UFO”, “Love it” and “Pictures” the album was certified triple platinum and featured four singles in the Top 40. Later that year they won an ARIA award for best Dance Release and best Breakthrough Artist, this would be their first nomination followed by fourteen more to date.

Read More

With their music career at its best in 2008, their second album was released under the name of “Two”, positioning at number 1 on the ARIA album chart, and featured hit singles like “Kansas City”, “When We Were Young” and the number one UK club sensation “It’s Not My Problem”. By 2009 they released a single “I Will Be Here”, which was collaboration work with superstar DJ Tiesto, this took the band to the top of the USA dance charts. In 2011 they released their third album called “From here to anywhere” consider by The Herald Sun (Australia's biggest newspaper) as their number two album of the year. This album included singles like “We Love”, “Friends”, “Really want to see you again” and “Big”. Lead singer Connie Mitchell has collaborated for mayor rap artists, including Snoop Dogg, Kanye West and Jay Z. After a short residency at Mykonos in 2015, they duo returned to their dance music roots, releasing “Summertime Madness” and “All I need”, this singles where available only on limited club release. In 2016 is time for Sneaky to release their latest work after four years, the single “I ain’t over you” is all what Sneaky Sound System music is about; elevated vocals, in your face lyrics and top musical production.

Sneaky Sound System (NSW) Videos

More Artists