Lobate Scarp’s twist on Progressive Rock music will take you on a unique musical journey. Their music has given delight to fans of Yes, Rush, Queen, ’80s pop, and musical theater alike.
Online blog, Progarchy called Lobate Scarp’s debut album Time and Space “one of the top 13 albums of 2013”. It was made possible in 2012 by a successful Kickstarter campaign and has received accolades from all over the world, and has since played on numerous radio shows and podcasts.
Their new EP, Spirals and Portals, was released in 2019. Similar in fashion, the tracks were engineered/produced by Steven Leavitt, and co-produced, partially recorded, and mixed by Rich Mouser (Spock’s Beard, Transatlantic, Neal Morse). The band is currently working on an ambitious second full-length follow up, entitled You Have It All.
While their studio albums consist of a plethora of special guests, an array of orchestral instruments, and maybe even the occasional choir singing in Latin, the more contained, yet still mighty, live rendition of Scarp is harnessed by vocalist/keyboardist Adam Sears, bassist Andy Catt, guitarist Peter Matuchniak, drummer Lance Crane, and violinist Emer Kinsella.