Since moving to Austin in 1998, the San Antonio native began to earnestly chase his ambition of performing his music. Recently, he released his sophomore album, "It Won't Come Off This Way" with producer J_Dub and SpyJetZero records. The two worked a homegrown electronic/industrial sound that presented itself differently with each song.
Recorded at Austin’s SunRoom studios, Trevino's album contains songs such as, “Lay of the Land,” which the 42-year-old artist describes as a feel good song with a fresh electronic vibe, and “All the Earth,” a ballad for people, he says, "who should remember that you've got someone who loves you, wink." "Monumental" is a song worth remembering and will be remixed by DJ EzMa. At the moment, Trevino is working on promoting this his second CD, which contains ten originally written songs that were released in January 2013.
Trevino also gets a thrill out of performing in front of an audience and doesn’t shy away when opportunity knocks, be it the Ingenuity Festival, NYC Pridefest 2012, music venues around Austin, or his current gig on the fourth Friday at the War Horse in downtown Austin on fifth street. “I'm starting to sing out more and like to see people mixing and mingling during my show,” he says, “and when you see smiles, and you smile back, it’s awesome to feel that connection with people.”