Tripsonix has been pumping out sounds since 2003. The duo of J. Brent Rombough and Jay Bulman break the barriers of music genres and do whatever they hell they want.
After many years toiling in the pop punk band Peacock in their hometown Peterborough music scene, Brent started out with the idea of doing a three song demo on his own. He went into the studio and recorded the Project Spaz EP. Brent was asked to play The Trasheteria after the booking agent heard the demo, offering an opening spot for The Dirt Mitts. Brent conscripted his long-time friend Jay Bulman to take the stage with him and they never looked back. They returned to the studio in 2003 to record their first album under the new name Tripsonix.
They have since recorded 6 albums, all on their own label JAB Records, and garner sales from all corners of the globe. You may not have ever heard of them, but you have heard their music. They have popped up on every media platform, from video games and dvd menus, to tv commercials and movie trailers. A large majority of their sounds and loops have shown up in numerous DAWS and recording software.
When Tripsonix takes the stage, they give an arena-size performance, no matter what the venue capacity is.
They are currently in the studio working on their seventh album, due out in the spring of 2017.
Riding Shotgun Without A Driver (2003)
Umbilical World (2004)
Angel Del Infierno (2006)
The Singles (2007)
Assimilation Nation (2008)
Rareties & B Sides (2010)
Now It's A Party (2014)
The Singles Vol II (2015)
2006 GarageBand Awards:
Best Beat "At The Right Time"
2007 New Music Awards:
Favourite Alternative Artist
Favourite Alternative Album "Angel Del Infierno"
Favourite Alternative Single "At The Right Time"
2015 CIMA Award for innovation in Canadian Music
2016 New Music Award
Favourite Alternative Album "Betrayal"