Experimental rock trio ADJUSTER formed in 2017 from the ashes of UK bands The Harry Macintosh Project and Justice For Dragons.

Guitarist and songwriter Tom moved from the UK to Alice Springs, armed with a handful of songs originally intended for his former bands. Not wanting these tracks to go to waste, he advertised for a like-minded bassist and drummer on a local music forum and was lucky enough to receive interest from Brodie and Rob.

Since forming, ADJUSTER has performed at many events in Alice Springs, including a slot on the main stage at 2019 Blacken Open Air Festival where they were well received.

The band has spent most of 2019 recording their debut album which will be released through Sing Hum records in the first half of 2020, when they also hope to tour nationally. The band’s sound has been described as;Nirvana meets Frank Zappa; and Mogwai on speed.