From: New Zealand
Genre: Dance/Electronica, Scifitronica
Scifitronica composer Trinity Ward, formerly with Electric 101 Records (UK), takes you on a science fiction inspired journey from Earth to beyond. Selected by the editorial team at Earbits and also NBTMusicRadio for radio play, Moshun of the United States licensed Trinity Ward's music for use in extreme-sports videos.
The music is a cosmic blend of System 7, Eat Static, Fluke and Tangerine Dream.
2010s debut, Enter the Infinite, is a powerfully atmospheric album depicting man's journey from Earth to the stars. It features the transmission broadcast by Sputnik in 1957 and the sound of a Saturn V rocket launch.
2011 saw the release of Echoes from Earth, a juxtaposition of uplifting burbling electronica and melancholy, as heard from the perspective of an alien scout ship ghosting through curtains of clouds. As it samples the sounds of Earth, human emotions rise and fall through the atmosphere like echoes on a breeze.
2013 marked the release of Soul Destroyer. The third album is a broody exploration of the themes of evil and genocide. Dark as the depths of space, it tells the story of malevolent child-murdering aliens hell-bent on laying Earth to waste to destroy the souls of all who stand before them.
15 February 2014 sees the release of Reactor, a high energy collision of electronic sound and rhythms that will shatter any dance floor, was released and promptly banned on Mars for disturbing the peace.
Trinity Ward's website is www.trinityward.com with updates on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TrinityWardMusic