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Sydney, Australia (1986 – present)

Single Gun Theory are an music band formed in 1986 in Sydney, Australia, and recording on the Canadian label Nettwerk. The band members are Jacqui Hunt (vocals), Pete Rivett-Carnac (synthesizers) and Kath Power (samplers/synthesizers). Their music combines elements of music with introspective, ethereal vocals and samples of dialogue.

They have released three studio albums: Exorcise This Wateland (1987), Like Stars in My Hands (1991), and Flow, River of My Soul (1994). In 2000, the band completed the score of the film The Monkey’s Mask, receiving an APRA nomination for best soundtrack album.

Single Gun Theory issued seven singles: “Open the Skies” (1987), “Surrender” (1991), “From a Million Miles” (1992), “I Am What I See” (1992), “Fall” (1994), “Metaphysical” (1995), and “Motherland” (1995). “From a Million Miles” featured as one of the tracks in the pilot episode of the TV series Due South and appeared on the show’ soundtrack album.

SGT composed the soundtrack to Kriv Stenders’ award-winning documentary film Motherland. Their music also appeared in the feature films The Heartbreak Kid and Reckless Kelly; and they wrote the theme music for ABC-TV’s national arts program Review and SBS-TV’s Nomad. They contributed music to numerous other film and video projects and also remixed artists for Sony Music Australia and other established labels.


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  • Nekrovoor

    Wow, this is really good.

    15 May 2014 Reply
  • honkynut

    Disappointing picture selection here... Mostly just a heap of pretty below par video captures of single members. :(

    23 Apr 2013 Reply
  • KKersey

    Hi from Dallas. I really enjoy this group's music. It just lifts me out of my day into the heavens. I am so thankful to be exposed to such beautiful sounds and an amazing voice. xoxo KK

    12 Nov 2012 Reply
  • alin1

    Read two old interviews with Single Gun Theory: (1993) & (1994).

    11 Sep 2012 Reply
  • getinline

    "Hypnotic" I think is the single word that describes them best. Jacqui Hunt possesses an amazing voice. Here's one American still caught under the SGT spell.

    12 Feb 2011 Reply
  • argybee

    way way way underrated - i'm glad to see there really are others who like this stuff

    25 Aug 2010 Reply
  • alin1

    "Fall" is one of the most beautiful songs I ever heard in my life!

    9 Aug 2010 Reply
  • avalynaria

    Criminally underrated! I have yet to meet someone who has heard of them (off the internet anyway). Anyway Jacqui Hunt has a solo album and EP out, good stuff, check it out. :)

    22 May 2010 Reply
  • PuzzledCostya

    Great song!

    13 Mar 2010 Reply
  • DivinaLimon

    I bet i'm their biggest fan especially my mum is Kath Power! I'm not kidding!

    20 Jan 2010 Reply
  • epi_gee

    Great Palaces Of Immortal Splendor ...

    1 May 2009 Reply
  • Lapcenoks

    Motherland I wish this song played in my funeral

    27 Jan 2009 Reply
  • cocteau1

    Listening to Flow...just puts me in a trance

    4 Jan 2009 Reply
  • fairwesr

    I love them so much.

    1 Jan 2009 Reply
  • irotas

    upload some music already!

    10 Aug 2008 Reply
  • mellow_boy

    i wanted an audiobook and i ended up with Single Gun Theory. believe number 70 on top tracks are the tracks i listen . o.o do any other people listen to this CD hehe they should

    30 Jun 2008 Reply
  • saferdrunk

    Good band, although first record is average the next two are very good. My fave. songs are: I've Been Dying, Words Written Backwards and Man Of Straw....unfortunately they've chosen bad singles :(

    8 Mar 2008 Reply
  • fairwesr

    fall and from a million miles seem to be songs I'll never tire of...

    1 Feb 2008 Reply
  • cpudney

    who'd a thunk new age psychobabble could make such great music...

    9 Jul 2007 Reply
  • aqu3mini

    ah I heard from a milliion miles on Due South tv show, and I thought the song was awesome. :)

    30 Apr 2007 Reply
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