Following the positive response to her song Say What I Mean on 2003's Bent Incubator compilation, Lisa and producer Jamie Durrant recorded a bunch of raw, guitar-based tracks that displayed a keen pop-rock sensibility, which would become her 2005 debut EP Bad Day. The EP produced the Rage (ABC-TV) and Rage On Demand viewer favourite Harmonic Rock, a chaotic instrumental with a video inspired by the Japanese horror film Ring. Tracks from the EP received national airplay in Australia and a favourable response and airplay in the UK, Japan, USA, and Canada, as did follow-up single Never Coming Back Here Again.
Lisa Maxwell's latest album is called Select Vacancy, which people have already likened to Queens Of The Stone Age, Divinyls, Powderfinger, Blondie and Nirvana.
There is another Lisa Maxwell who an album titled Wish in the 90s but this is not the same artist.