We make music with machines. So why not make music for them? Inspired by a trip I once made on State Route 375, the Extraterrestrial Highway, in a gleaming sports machine to Rachel, Nevada, in search of the rumoured black machines of men and beyond in Area 51. What mechanical rhythms would accompany them? That moment, under the spirally starlight of the Milky Way and next to a restricted area sign authorising deadly force, became the genesis of Hymns for Machines.
Named 13th Best Album of 2015 by NBTMusic Radio (Germany) nbtmusicradio.org/views/albums2015.html
. Includes the track Hymn of a Sorrowful Mind, named 19th Best Single of 2015 nbtmusicradio.org/views/tracks2015.html
"If there were a mind control camp for cinematic sci-fi and dark ambient music Trinity Ward would be the CIA agent working incognito there as the counselor whom everyone loves, and this song (Mechanical Rhythms Part II) would be the anthem. Trinity Ward is prolific and doesn't underestimate the power of song flow and arrangement." - RxGF.
A special thank you to Simon Thomas and Sine FM (Doncaster, UK), Martin Turner and DCR Dover Community Radio, Martin and The NBT Music Radio Station (Germany), RelaxFree Radio (US), Sequences Podcast (Australia), Echochamber podcast (Germany), Earbits Radio (US) and Traxx on RTV Krimpenerwaard (Netherlands) for playing Trinity Ward.
An article on Trinity Ward courtesy of SoundLooks soundlooks.com/2015/01/trinity-ward-has-crafted-a-way-to-blend-electronic-music-with-a-science-fiction-theme/