Hymns for Machines, the fifth Trinity Ward album, verges into sonic territory familiar to fans of Jean-Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream, Pink Floyd and Kraftwerk, blended with distinctive Trinity Ward scifitronica. The theme of the album is machines; mechanical, synthetic and biological, both human and alien. Available on: iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/nz/artist/trinity-ward/id385672160?uo=6&at&ct or Bandcamp http://trinityward.bandcamp.com/ (name your own price), also on Amazon, Spotify and all good digital stores arriving from May 12 onwards.
For playing Evaporator on the DCR Chill Zone with Martin Turner http://www.mixcloud.com/dcrrockshow/dcr-chill-zone-82/
The absolutely awesome Sine FM in the UK will be playing two Trinity Ward tracks on the Electronic Show with Simon Thomas this Thursday 15th from 10pm until midnight. Massive thanks to Simon and Sine FM for spinning up some scifitronica. You can download the music for free from www.trinityward.com A huge thanks to all the wonderful people who have donated and helped get the music out there.
Who will be featuring Trinity Ward this Thursday and beaming out the intergalactic love to their audience of 116,000+ households.
Thank you to Tina Seiber from Makeuseof.com for featuring Trinity Ward in their Sound on Sunday section.
I purchased Adobe Premiere Elements and made some nice new videos for my YouTube channel.
I have just been selected by the editorial team at Earbits Radio to join their handpicked playlist of 1500 artists. A celebration is in order. Three of your finest abducted cattle beast will be sacrificed and hung for display on Lady Gaga in celebration.
In the beta and I love the new look. Well done to the team at ReverbNation!
Audio previews of the new material will be up on Facebook over the next few weeks.
The Trinity Ward Bandcamp page is now up at http://trinityward.bandcamp.com with both albums available for a great deal. Thank you to everyone who has purchased tracks or the albums to date. I'm overwhelmed by your support! You have all been awesome!