Distinctively progressive rock, Ennis Tola have received accolades in Classic Rock Presents Prog, Progression and numerous international webzines for their debut album Seed . The band is currently working on their second release.
Hailing from Lodz, Poland, L.Stadt are about to unleash in Australia and NZ with their release EL.P. Having opened for the likes of Kaiser Chiefs, and invited to perform twice at SXSW, L.Stadt are a band to keep your eye on.
A Lonely Crowd have shared stages with Australian music heavyweights such as Cog and Mammal and continually impress audiences with their unique style and raw energy.
The music of Xenograft is a hybrid of space-rock orchestral funk and progressive rock. Clever writing and heavy, dark grooves reign supreme in Exit, Xenograft's debut release.
Glasfrosch make music that is colourful, dreamlike, and challenging. Their debut album If you go far enough into the sky you'll come out underwater has already attracted glowing reviews.
Normally known for her woodwind contributions to bands Ennis Tola and The Grand Silent System, Karen Heath's solo project single is a dreamlike foray into the sounds of vocals, keys, beats and koto.
Diverse and brilliant, Adam Rudegeair's debut record Bayou Tapestry features numerous guest artists, tremendous jazz-influenced writing and a voodoo doll to help get your swamp groove on.
Said to be “possessed with one of the most powerful voices in Melbourne” (Inpress magazine), Roni Shewan first gained recognition in the Australian music scene for her work in respected progressive/art rock band A State of Flux.
The main writer in Ennis Tola, Tomas Fitzgerald also has a solo project that takes a departure from the prog rock realm and features his soulful voice in succint, gorgeous tunes.