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The best kept secret in music



Mirrorsessions, love the refreshingly heady, improvised rock sounds, laid back at the same time mesmerizing. This is a group that could go down in Japan. I can already imagine them performing live and as performance/showmanship is 50% of performance in Japan;
I think that with profile building they could build a fan base an ultimately sell CD’s.

Dave Graham, Alice Cooper Ex-Manager, KR International co.
- Dave Graham, Ex-Alice Cooper manager

"Drive Carefully and Moonswell tracks"

You have a new fan for your music, Sophia! The manner and delivery of these tracks appeal to me very much. The build and sonics are set in a moving landscape that brings in the ebbs and flows, the hard and soft seamlessly. The theatrical tone of the tracks brands them into your arsenal that is based in innovation and influence. As I mention, there are peers providing the same presence in bands such as Greg Dulli's new project Twilight Singers and in the current work of Muse. Though these tracks are stellar and well produced

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The swell of the arrangement and vocals mirror the title. Lots of power and tone coming through in the arrangement. The hard hits in the arrangement brings a stronger rock form into the track. Even the quieter opening predicts the harder hit to come from the arrangement. The vocals, and arrangement, on this track reminds me lot of peers in the genre such as Twilight Singers.

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- Taxi A&R


EP Black Water, 2006


Feeling a bit camera shy


Mirrorsessions. Epic. Romantic. Suicidal. Beautiful.

Mirrorsessions are an original four-piece who emerged mid-2004 on the Wollongong scene piecing together influences from Pink Floyd, Muse and Led Zeppelin.

Started by classically trained guitarist and vocalist Adam Hendry and rhythm guitarist Nicholas Russo from a mutual fondness of Radiohead and Jeff Buckley, they soon found something unexpected. They were later joined by Grant Malfitano on drums, and a revolving line up of bass players without Visas, before settling on Conservatorium trained bassist Rhett Keen.

The band began to create music that quickly separated them from their predecessors and contemporaries due to their uncanny ability to fashion musical soundscapes from a foundation of carefully chaotic rhythm noise, frenetic drumming, a cutting lead that is as emotional as it is accomplished and a scream that threatens to tear it all apart.

With their ambitious debut concept-EP 'Black Water'
in the vein of Pink Floyd and The Mars Volta, Mirrorsessions create a beginning to end musical narrative spanning over 30 minutes. The CD features atmospheric instrumental interludes, swirling guitars and vivid sound effects in amongst the pure and driving rock n roll, creating an almost cinematic experience.

Landing key supports with Something For Kate and The Sleepy Jackson, Mirrorsessions have gained notoriety for their breakaway sound and have succeeded in reminding audiences that musicianship and artistic integrity did not fade away with the circulation of power chords and distortion pedals.

Their music is visual. It is climactic. It is passionate. They are Mirrorsessions.