Born in 2008, Sweat It Out is a Sydney-based record label started by the late and great AJAX. Together, along with our sister label, Club Sweat, we like to make you smile, dance and most importantly Sweat. When we’re not releasing records, we’re throwing our infamous Sweat parties around the world. Sweat for life.
When he’s not quadruple booking himself, he’s usually seen enjoying Scotch, listening to Stone Roses and sending emails written in Morse Code.
Club Sweat Manager
We loved his music so much that we not only signed him, but we also hired him. Danny T: the Johnny Knoxville of club music.
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Way more organised than the Event Management team for the United Nations. Also a big fan of trance music.
Digital & Marketing Manager
No one boosts a Facebook post quite like the office meme king Mike.
4 x Winner of the Internet. 2 x Chicken Wing Eating Champion.
Likes coffee and listens to music your parents listen to.
He’s not the beloved children’s music singer behind such hits as ‘Newspaper Mama’ and ‘Juicy Juicy Green Grass’, but he is the Sweat It Out and Club Sweat designer behind such artworks as ‘Ajax – I’m Hot’ and ‘Yolanda Be Cool – Dance and Chant’.
PR & Label Coordinator
You can’t spell ‘SASS’ without ‘SAS’ (and then add another ‘S’). And you can’t coordinate without aforementioned sass.
If you want your music heard in the clubs, Caleb Freek is our guy to make that happen. Say his name at the door to get $10 entry.
A&R Manager (Publishing)
Angus aka ‘Toux’ or ‘LeToucan’ is not only blessed with a one of a kind nose, but ears that are finely tuned for your sonic pleasure. Having worked in A&R across indie and major labels, management and publishing, there is no doubting his knack for a track.
Many know him as one of the masterminds behind one of the biggest dance tracks in the world… We know him as our guru of Vedic meditation, spiritual healing and Bondi. Namaste x
Nicky Night Time
Armed with some of the best ears in the business, Nicky Night Time AKA Nicky Van She can find a hit as easily as he can write one.
Former CEO of Ministry of Sound Music Group and MD of Mercury Records, Matt now teaches Team Sweat everything he knows (which is a shitload).