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Interweaving elements of beautiful melody and heavy disdain, Ibis’ music tips a cap to the odd-time compositions of Porcupine Tree and Tool, while simultaneously capturing a melodic accessibility that’s often absent in the realm of progressive rock. Ibis is a constantly-evolving faction of internal and external influences, detailed compositions, and gratifying improvisations. Their music has previously been described by some as, “Moderately-Progressive Alternative Rock.”
“Ibis has impressed me with their range of styles and arrangements. Ibis will make you want to think, and Ibis will make you want to rock!” — Fred Schane, Production Manager / F.O.H. Sound Engineer, Infinity Hall.
Formed in 2012 in the snowy hills of Northwest CT, the Prog-Rock 5-piece has already gained recognition as one of Connecticut’s most original and thought-provoking acts. Ibis’ mixture of warm vocal harmonies and tasteful polyrhythms personify their signature sound. The group is steadily gaining traction in Connecticut’s burgeoning music scene, and their music has already been featured on Hartford’s Radio 104.1 WMRQ-FM as well as in Connecticut Magazine.
The band will be headed back into the studio in the spring of 2015 to record the follow-up to their debut EP, “Favors for Strangers,” and touring in its support this Summer.