Debut album
"The Rumour Of Forests and Waves"

“Congratulations. The recorded sound is strikingly good. And you guys play beautifully. Such a lovely devotion to space and restraint without it ever sounding forced.” 

Lloyd Swanton 
The Necks, The catholics

Beautifully recorded at the Cranbrook Recording Studio by Roger Lock and team, mixed by Simon Todkill (Matt Corby) @Studios301, and mastered by Paul Bryant (The Necks) at the Chapel Of Sound.. 4 panel gatefold CD. Stunning artwork by www.annameister.com 
Stream tracks here. To experience the full  high fidelity sound as it was conceived please download or buy the CD.

From a listener:"Your album is amazing! So beautiful.... Thankyou, and well done, sirs."

Previous events

Trioflight Sep 1st @Foundry616

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Foundry616, 616 Harris St, Ultimo

We are thrilled to be returning to Foundry616 to present brand new music, along with tunes from "The Rumour of Forests and Waves."

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Jazz at the Wollongong Con 

Thrilled to be a part of the Wollongong Con jazz series March 19th. The groups that have been coming through there lately are pretty unbelievable so it's awesome to be a part of it.
Always great to flew the creative wings and especially to an enthusiastic audience of (mostly) young jazz fans.
You can see more upcoming and past events at the wollcon.com.au homepage or http://wollongongjazz.com/

Album launch Dec 3rd @Foundry616 

Wow! What a great night it was for the album launch...
Jo Fabro and Ben Hauptmann sang and played beautifully and the "seamless" use of the loop pedal by Ben was pretty incredible.
The crowd felt totally engaged throughout our set and it really was a joy to make music with Dave and Max on a beautiful piano, in a great room. The sound that Greg pulled on stage also helped us to feel super comfortable and allowed us to just be able to relax and play freely, which is exactly what we love to do :)
Thank you if you were there digging the sounds, would've been a bit lame without you, and thank you if you're listening now on the interspacewebs :) Thanks to Peter and the crew at Foundry, and to Roger and team at the Cranbrook Recording Studio. Can't wait for the next one! Yieww! Nick.