Title: Productions & Collaborations
Artist: Julia Messenger
Label: Skip SIster 
Release Year: 2010

1 Do You Know I Sing Your Song (w. PFL)
2 For The Love Of You (w. PFL)
3 A Space in my Heart (w. Lutz Boddenberg)
4 Operation Two-Time (w. Jesus&Judas)
5 Telepathy (by JM w Thorsten Vogel)
6 Shiver (by JM w. Lutz Boddenberg)
7 What You Can't See (By JM)
8 Planet (w. PFL)
9 Follow with the Sun (w. Soul G& Tony Match)
10 Bird On A Wire (w. PFL)
11 Butterflies (by JM)
12 Set In Stone (w. PFL)
“Dazzling Australian Julia Messenger offers one...electrifying new album. Her riveting electro-pop features hypnotic production and breathtaking vocals. These chill sounds pack infinite heat. Songs such as "Shiver," on "Productions & Collaborations," tend toward a sensually down-tempo feel. "Butterflies" floats with magical airiness. The title track of "And We Danced" rides a throbbing bass line into a keenly poetic examination of shattered relationships. Messenger's music entices with addictive allure.”
Paul Freeman, Entertainment Writer Jul 15, 2007
Palo Alto Daily News, California
Title: Julia Messenger Live @ Bennetts Lane
Artist: Julia Messenger
Label: SkipSister
Release Year: 2011

1.Why Don't You Do Right
3.The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
4.Padam Padam
5.Forbidden Fruit
6.Soul Of Suspicion
7.Feel Like Makin' Love
8.Talk To Me
9.Fields of Gold
11. Goodbye My Lover
12. Surabaya Johnny
13. Feeling Good

'This latest CD is her "first ever live album". I'm playing it right now, as I write this. 'Why Dont You Do Right' has me adding sassy and seductive to the description of her voice. While in 'Skylark' that voice is as smooth as King Island cream. Her rendition of 'The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face', had me reaching for the replay button. Julia's talent is well and truly up to the task of Edith Piaf's 'Padam Padam'... so gutsy! Perhaps I'll play that one again as well!
In addition to these classic songs, dotted through the album, her own songs create a fusion of her electronic songwriting and the strains of the jazz band. All together- uber cool.
Julia produced, mixed and mastered the CD herself at her own studio in Melbourne. Hopefully this won't be the last time that she produces a CD with this quality of jazz vibe. Go to Julia's website to sample some of the album for yourself. There's also a great interview on her home page.'

Title: Pure Chill Out – the definitive down-tempo collection
Label: Water Music/Universal UTV Records (Universal Music Enterprises)
Distribution: Universal Music USA
Release Year: 2002

1.Rushing - Moby
2.Makes Me Feel - Afterlife
3.Always - Bent
4.Breathing Light - Nitin Sawhney
5.I Miss You - Julia Messenger
6.Enchanted - Delerium
7.Stars - Nightmares On Wax
8.Gloomy Sunday - Heather Nova
9.Aquarius – Waldeck
10.Opium 45 - Moodswings
11.Orbiting Beatnik, The - Julee Cruise
12.I'm Not Joking - Baby Mammoth
13.Edge Of Forever - Phobos
14.Original Bedroom Rockers - Kruder & Dorfmeister
15.Amon Dur - ORG Lounge
16.Squelch - T Spigot
17.Zed & 2 L's, A - Fila Brazillia

Water Music's Pure Chill Out features 17 mellow vocal and instrumental electronic tracks, including Moby's "Rushing," Delerium's "Enchanted," Phobos' "Edge of Forever," and Moodswings' "Opium 45." The inclusion of more trip-hop-oriented tracks -- like Julia Messenger's "I Miss You," Heather Nova's "Gloomy Sunday," and Julee Cruise's "The Orbiting Beatnik" -- make this collection better for more mainstream audiences instead of devotees of underground chilled electronica, but Nightmares on Wax's "Stars," Fila Brazilia's "A Zed & 2 L's," and Kruder & Dorfmeister's "Original Bedroom Rockers" contribute a bit of an edge to the album without making it any less listener-friendly. Nitin Sawhney's "Breathing Light" and Baby Mammoth's "I'm Not Joking" are two more highlights from Pure Chill Out, which offers a pleasant, if not revolutionary, set of relaxing electronic music.
Review by Heather Phares