|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Sonic Investigations (Of The Trivial)||6||Audio||1980-05-11||Innocent (2)|
|2||Talking To Cleopatra||2||Audio||1980-09-24||Innocent (2)|
Essendon Airport was an Australian post-punk group from 1978-83 which explored experimental minimalist, electronic and funk music.
They reformed in 2003.
The band began as an instrumental duo and an offshoot of experimental music project [a=→ ↑ →], in 1978 with [a=Robert Goodge] on guitar and [a=David Chesworth] on Wurlitzer electric piano along with a home made drum machine.
They later became a four piece adding drums - Paul Fletcher, and saxophone - [a=Ian Cox], and finally a five piece with bass player Barbara Hogarth in 1982 (all three also in → ↑ →).
They reformed as a trio in 2003, including original members Robert Goodge and David Chesworthand together with pedal steel guitarist [a=Evil Graham Lee]