Starting in '97, Anaid’s self-funded and self-produced feral-folk debut stood out amongst the hip hop and teen-pop that was dominating the 90’s airwaves, spawning the #1 alternative hit I Go Off.
Diana’s follow up I Don’t Think I’m Pregnant saw her receive her 5th ARIA nomination and second inclusion in Triple J's Hottest 100, crossing into commercial radio with Don’t Believe In Love.
With comparisons to P.J Harvey and Ani DiFranco, in '04 Diana cracked the U.S with Last Thing and her ‘No Boys Allowed’ campaign, with the single climbing into the Billboard Top40.
New album My Queen produced by Aria Award winning Steve James (Torah Wilcox, Sex Pistols) already has praise;
"..a rock ‘n’ roll firecracker… a totally passionate one-off'"- Michael Smith - Rhythms
"..all the heartache, wit, poetry and honesty of her most well-known work." - MJ O'Neill-TheMusic
With video for single Can’t Apologise by Rock n Roll Hall of Famer Nick Egan (Oasis, Duran Duran ), My Queen was mastered in the UK by Tim Young ( Massive Attack/Madonna ) and its list of contributors help to create the album of Diana's career.
Diana is a "truly talented singer/songwriter" (The Music Network) and pioneer of a "Different kind of girl power" (Music Network) who "continues delivering authentic, original music" (Kathy McCabe)
Career highlights include US Billboard Top 40, 5 ARIA nominations, 2 inclusions in Triple J's Hottest 100 and sets at BDO, Falls, Vans Warped, Woodford and Byron Blues Fest