Trinity is a DJ, Live Act and Producer who divides her time crafting house and techno and DJing between Sydney and Berlin.
In her hometown of Sydney, Trinity is renowned for supporting Australian artists through her parties, the long running and now defunct Loosekaboose event and in more recent times 4our, which has carved a niche in Sydney’s underground scene by showcasing the likes of Luke Hess, Eli Verviene and Steffi.
Trinity has played live and DJ’d all across Australia, and is also a regular fixture across Germany, where she resides in the European summer. Trinity has spun at clubs such as Harry Klein in Munich and Berlin’s Studio R, and unveiled her live techno set in the basement at Berlin’s fabled techno hub, Tresor, in summer 2014.
As a DJ and Live Act, Trinity explores different influences and is renowned for her versatility, with her styles traversing Chicago house and Detroit techno along more dub techno soundscapes. Her fondness of ambient sounds was apparent throughout her live ambient dub podcast for Spielfeld from 2014.
Trinity’s production duo with John Tzineris, Trinity & Beyond, has released EPs on various different labels including Manual Music and Moodmusic. The pair have also been remixed by international heavyweights such as Klartraum and XDB. Trinity and Beyond’s debut album, Blinded by 1000 Points of Light, dropped in 2014, showcasing nine tracks comprised of atmospheric melodies and deep chords traversing techno, progressive and minimal soundscapes that were recorded live.
Never one to rest on her laurels, Trinity’s first solo record was released on Nightime Drama in early 2015, with Detroit’s Eric Cloutier contributing a remix. On Etui Winter Camp 3 she gives her debut also on Etui Records with her techno track The Wind Up.
Trinity is also set to continue DJing with a number of high profile slots, closing for Marcel Dettmann at the Australia Day House of Mince bash and throwing down at the February 2015 instalment of 4our alongside Steffi and Virginia.