Central Station Records in 1978 (Image: Supplied)

Central Station Records has done it again. The record label behind this week’s No. 1 ARIA single has a storied place in our cultural history: after a David and Goliath legal fight against the record label establishment and Rupert Murdoch, it changed the face of music. 

Now the dance and hip hop label is back on top more than 40 years after it was founded. Its latest success, a remix of "Roses" by the US rapper SAINt JHN, regained the No. 1 spot on the ARIA singles chart this week having slipped to No. 2 after two previous weeks on top.   

“It’s a wonderful feeling,” says Morgan Williams, 68, who owns Central Station Records with his partner, Giuseppe Palumbo, 70.