Terrafractyl

Terrafractyl

Australia / Melbourne

Biography

Felix Greenlees, aka Terrafractyl was raised on a diet of classical music, opera and jazz. Trained as a Bassoon player, Felix worked for the Tasmanian, and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s as well as Freelancing for Opera Australia between 1999-2004.

But At some point in the late 90’s Felix had found his way to an outdoor Goa party in Tasmania, was completely captivated by the psychedelic music he heard there and couldn’t resist trying his hand at electronic music production. Since then, he has been weaving the threads of psytrance, jazz and classical music together, incorporating his love/addiction of piano and a new found addiction for building analog synthesizers. This unique melding of styles quickly led him to become one of Australia’s most prominent electronic music performers.

Fans have enjoyed Felix’s music at all major festivals around Australia, including the 2012 Eclipse Festival where his set preceded the solar eclipse and one fan stated that he caused magical unicorns to descend from the sky, farting rainbows. He has travelled most of the world sharing his music over the past 5 years, taking him to the Europe, Russia, Israel, USA, Canada, Brazil, Mexico etc etc.

While also working on his other projects, Mental Extensions and Hypnagog, Felix has released three full length albums and one EP as Terrafractyl, most recently the album ‘Imaginings and Fabrications on Kinematic Records as well as over 30 tracks on various compilations.

In 2013 Felix established his own record Label Kinematic Records, to help further his vision for psychedelic music. Promoting and releasing music for many innovative and unique psychedelic musicians from Australia and around the world. The first release for the label was the Terrafractyl EP ‘A Speck of Dust’ and since then the label has released over 30 different releases, with nearly 20 different Artists Including Talpa, Spacey Koala, Ryanosaurus, Pspiralife to name just a few.

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