Stephen now has
a myspace page which
he updates intermittently.
He also has a Facebook presence
and you can buy CDs and books direct from Stephen at www.stephencummings.com.au
If you're looking to buy any of the albums discussed on this site you could
try an online music store that specialises in Australian music. Some of the more
prominent sites are Chaosmusic and
Sanity. For rare and hard to get stuff,
try the oft-overpriced Red Eye Records.
JB Hi Fi have a number of stores around Australia in addition to
their online presence.
A number of Stephen's albums are out of print so you should try secondhand sources like
If all else fails, turn to us and we may be able to
help you find that elusive item.
Steve Kilbey, producer of "Falling Swinger" and "Escapist", is the driving
creative force of Australian band The
Church. Shane O'Mara and Rebecca Barnard have been collaborating with
Stephen for over ten years and stepped out on their own as
Rebeccas Empire in
1996, joined by regular SC cohort Peter Luscombe on drums.
Rebecca is now pursuing a solo career and has established
her own website accordingly. I also run
a small site for Rebecca and Shane, the main
feature of which is their news mailing list.
plays with Dan Luscombe (Peter's younger brother), a member of the
Stephen has released a few recent albums through WMinc
Productions, a small label run by Steve Miller and "Evil" Graham Lee.
A few SC fans have mentioned their love of SC's music on their own web sites.
Adam Coleman links to us from
I haven't delved too far into the
'gorgeous' site but they
have a nifty link to us so we're just returning the favour.
And finally, an utterly shameless plug: the Lovetown web site was born on
my personal web site.
the Stephen Cummings site - email: feedback AT lovetown.net