Mark hails from Manchester UK, where he played in several of the region’s covers and originals bands. Since moving to Australia in 2005 he has been a regular on the Sydney music scene, providing the keyboards for Adventures With Alice’s 2008 album “Stereo in the Mono Age”. -blues and jazz influenced piano sounds.
Tristan Alaba is a songwriter, guitarist and creator of Aussa Nova - an Australian indie folk style with Bossa Nova and Samba influences - making waves around Sydney’s alternative nook and cranny music spots.
Bringing together good humour and harmony, pretty rhythms and witty lyrics, Tristan’s music is best enjoyed with friends in the courtyard of an alternative, eclectic and sophisticated bookshop cafe on Glebe Point Road.
Glen & Glenda are a Sydney based acoustic duo with a playlist of original material along with a repertoire of both familiar and obscure pop gems of the past. They have been together for 4 years and in that time have played a multitude of shows at venues such as the Gasoline Pony, Foundry 616, The Record Crate, Petersham Bowling club, Lazy Bones lounge and Staves Brewery as well as spots at festivals such as the Northern Beaches music festival and Winter Magic in the Blue Mountains. Glen and Glenda's original material is a mixture of folk and acoustic pop along the lines of Nancy Sinatra, Cat Power, She and Him and Jackie DeShannon just to name a few. They have recently released their debut album Dupain.
Sometimes classical musicians are lead astray by the lilting sounds of folk music. This is what happened to Australian Flautist Jennifer Hankin, leading her to the sound of The Emerald Ruby. Combining glittery ukulele, lilting flutes and melodic vocals, her whimsical songs will bring a smile to anyones face.