|Founder||Ian Meldrum, Michael Gudinski and Amanda Pelham|
|Country of origin||Australia|
Melodian Records was an Australian independent record label founded in 1988 by record producer and music journalist Ian Meldrum with Michael Gudinski and Amanda Pelham. The name Melodian is a combination of 'melody' and Meldrum and Ian.
In July 1987, Australian music television show Countdown ended. Meldrum had hosted the show since its induction in 1974. Meldrum wanted to start a record label as he felt "so many young pop acts weren't getting a go". The first two signings were Indecent Obsession (a pop band from the Gold Coast) and Roxus (a rock band from Melbourne).
- Meldrum, Ian and Jenkins, Ian (2015). Ian Molly Meldrum:The Never, Um, Ending Story Stories (2ns ed.). Allen & Unwin. pp. 395–396. ISBN 9781760291372.
- Meldrum, Ian and Jenkins, Ian (2016). Ah Well, Nobody's Perfect: The Untold Stories (1st ed.). Allen & Unwin. p. 306. ISBN 9781760294427.
- "INDECENT OBSESSION - SPOKEN WORDS (ALBUM)". Australian Charts. Retrieved 23 January 2017.