Music Ambassadors

Luke Steele


Luke Steele is one of Australia's foremost singer-songwriters. A multi-Aria award winner and internationally celebrated musician with his world-wide hits (Walking on A Dream) with his duo Empire Of the Sun and the band Sleepy Jackson. Steele has been experimenting on the frontiers of sound and spirit for almost 20 years. He has collaborated with many amazing musicians such as Silverchair's Daniel Johns, Jay Z, Yoko Ono, Sarah Blasko, Nations By The River (Kahn Brothers and Old Man River). Steele is a master songsmith, infusing deeply soulful messages into great melodic and pop symphonies. A rare artist in this day and age and we feel honoured to have him as an A SOUND LIFE ambassador!

Ben Lee


“Music and sound are the keys to unlocking the secret world of consciousness and spirituality, that lies beneath the visible world. I am proud to support A SOUND LIFE in their mission to bring this profound mode of healing and service to those who need it most". Ben Lee

Ben Lee has been making music and touring the world for over 20 years. In addition to crafting some of his generations most impactful indie-pop songs, his music has increasingly moved towards issues of spirituality and the awakening of consciousness, as heard on his album "Awake is the New Sleep", "Deeper into Dream" and "Ayahuasca: Welcome to the Work".  Ben Lee is an Australian ARIA Award winning musician beginning his career as a musician at the age of 14 with the Sydney band Noise Addict, Lee has released nine solo studio albums including  the album, Awake Is the New Sleep in February 2005, which went double platinum in Australia. A defining release in his career, Ben won Best Male Artist, Best Independent Release, and Single of the Year for "Catch My Disease", which Lee wrote with Mcgowan Southworth. "Catch My Disease" also went to #2 on the 2005 Triple J Hottest 100.

Lisa Mitchell

Lisa Mitchell is an Australian folk-pop singer/songwriter who initially garnered fame as a finalist on the television show Australian Idol in 2006 during which time the 16-year old Mitchell performed several of her own songs, she embarked on a solo career as a folk-pop artist. She made her solo recording debut in 2007 with Said One to the Other, a four-track EP released in association with Scorpio Music and Warner Music. Produced by Dann Hume of the band Evermore, Said One to the Other was well received in critical circles. 

'Wonder' was released through Warner mid 2009 and that's when Things Really Began! It debuted at #7 on the ARIA charts and spent 3 weeks in the top ten. Mithell was nominated for 3 ARIA's and the album went platinum in the following year, and she headline toured extensively around the UK, playing Glastonbury, The Secret Garden Party, Hyde Park Festival & supported Mumford & Sons around Germany. In 2010 Coin Laundry came in at no 7 on Triple J's Hottest 100 and 'Wonder' scored album-of-the-week in the UK's Sunday Times. Mitchell is currently in the vortex of writing her third album and dreaming up her next adventure.

Michael Taylor - Managing Director, Universal Music Australia


Michael Taylor is the Executive Vice President A&R Universal Music, and Island Records Australasia. Taylor brings A SOUND LIFE his wealth of A&R experience, and impressive list of past successes as Senior Director at Epic Records, Head Of A&R at Sony BMG Music Australia, Manager, A&R at Madonna’s Maverick Recording Company and Epic Records, as well as A&Ring Delta Goodrem's debut record, during his time as Head Of A&R at Sony Music Australia. The album sold 15-times-Platinum in Australia, with 4.5 million sales worldwide.