Fat Trax believes that Adelaide produces some of the best music in the world. As a busy recording studio we often get to the privilege hearing some of that music. This page is to celebrate some of the great music that has come through our studio and for you to have the chance to also discover other artists.

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Adelaide Singer/Songwriter Kylie Brice sounds like Missy Higgins meets Clare Bowditch. Born with a deep love of music, Kylie would sing with joy as a child. As she grew into her teenage years, Kylie began feeling insecure about her voice and was hesitant to openly share her thoughts and emotions with others. Behind closed doors; Kylie loved to write songs, a private escape to reflect on and digest life experiences. Check out kyliebricemusic.com

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Lily and the Drum. Some risks are worth taking. When Lily and John decided three years ago to leave the safety net of a full band and embark on the duo project they had no idea what the public reaction might be. Much to their surprise the public and music industry reaction has all been positive. With a great fan base and two albums in the Top 25 Most Played Australian Blues and Roots Charts Lily and the Drum have had little time to look back. Described as one of the hardest working duos in Australia Lily and the Drum continue to tour promoting their second full length album “Welcome Change”. www.lilyandthedrum.com.au


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Emma Rowe is a 23-year-old singer​/songw​riter origina​lly from Darwin. She has supported the likes of Big Scary, Frank Turner, ​Jebed​iah and Christine Anu. Emma writes songs from the heart but also from themind as she attempts to explore the answers to the big questions in life andadd​resses the big issues. Her voice soars its way through each song with animpe​ccable amount of skill and passion.



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Julia Henning is a 24 year old Indie-Pop singer/songwriter from South Australia. Her music and voice have a haunting, lyrical quality that has propelled her national prominence. Influenced by the songwriting of Leonard Cohen, Julia was born with a rare lung condition and was not expected to live past childhood. Now at 24, she is driven and passionate, with songs noted for their searing honesty. Her music has been compared to such greats as Coldplay & Tori Amos but it's Julia's unique ability to blend genres which stands her apart from the crowd.


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The Fortunes of War are a five piece pop/rock outfit from Adelaide. Influenced by artists such as You Am I, Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, Oasis, Ben Folds, Paul Kelly and The Whitlams amongst others,

The Fortunes of War have just released their debut EP: "Reward System". Catch them live around the Adelaide scene bringing back a little bit of the sound that made 90s music your favourite.


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Jess Nicks was the inaugural winner of "Discover" - a competition sponsored by Fat Trax Studios. When growing up, Jess's Mum always had music going at home and she always found herself singing along. Jess draws her musical inspirations from Jessie Jay, Adele, Katy Perry, Kari Jobe, Ellie Goulding, and Chris Tomlin. She is a big fan of pop rock and inspirational music with these influences clearly evident on her first EP release.


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Des Wade was born in Ireland for something he  didn’t do and has lived in Australia for over 30 years. Des describes his music as a sort of celtic & western, with some songs floating off into the misty twilight while others could be just as close as the next bar stool. He is inspired by beautiful lyrics and melodies and also uses Gaelic words and phrases in some songs.He has won many awards as a member of SCALA with positivity and optimism frequent themes in his work. He describes himself as a bit of a dreamer – but with both feet planted firmly in the clouds - who started out with nothing and still has most of it.


Category: Hall of Fame

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 Here's some great local artists that were recorded at Fat Trax studios.   If you like what you hear, do them a favour and buy their music!

Hall of Fame Playlist