Kyle Opie is the leader of the jazz-rock group The Cortex Shift and is a member of several other bands that are currently active in Adelaide including Misfits of Sythia and Something To Rescue. He is also featured on such albums as Eggcorns and Mondegreens and Twenty-Six Songs in Twenty Sixteen.
Opie was an initial member in the establishment of the Adelaide Jazz Collective in 2012 and was also a member of the review panel for MusicSA from April 2013 until October 2015 when they ceased the review process. In February 2016 he began to write reviews for BSide magazine. As a volunteer with the Adelaide Hills Youth Advisory Committee, he is also a frequent participant and mentor of the Woodside Jams.
Kyle Opie is studying a Bachelor of Music at the Elder Conservatorium, Adelaide University. He is undertaking a major in musicology and is expected to complete the degree in June 2017.
With Misfits of Sythia
With The Cortex Shift
With The Here Away
- The Timepiece EP - (2016)
- Eggcorns and Mondegreens - (2017)