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Gravity Tree

"...definitely punches a hole through the more established forms of Prog and creates their own sound." *

Creating their own sound has been the driving force in Gravity Tree. The San Francisco Bay Area based group has influences from all over the musical map: rock bands of the '60's and '70's, film soundtrack composers, performance artists, game music (which drummer/keyboardist Alan Nu also composes for), and the "classics".

The experimental noise Gravity Tree concocts is sometimes referred to as Art Rock or Prog Rock, but other genre titles also fall on the group: Avant-Prog, Math Rock - even Fusion or Alternative.

After an early vinyl release and a number of live shows, the group put forth their first CD, "Life or Dessert?" . This was followed up by appearances on several compilation CDs, including the Bay Prog Compilation disc, and more recently "A Very Progressive Christmas", from Melodic Revolution Records. Their 2nd CD is "Ultimate Backward", and their latest song is the web-only download mix, "Building".

In addition to critical praise, the band held the number 1 and 2 spots on the Progressive chart on NumberOneMusic for more than a year, with more than 1.5 million plays on their site page to date. Gravity Tree has also charted high on music streaming site RadioIndy with two songs, 'Building' and 'Wait'.

Exposé Magazine has said: "Gravity Tree is one of the more interesting progressive bands around... their material bears a stamp of currency, yet also features the conceptual ideals of classic progressive rock."

Gravity Tree is currently in the studio, at work on new songs for web-only release, and a forthcoming album in fall 2011.

*(USA Progressive Music)

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