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Started by Colin Tench Nov 3, 2010. 0 Replies

Am I really the first member? That's a first! I hope someone else arrives soon.http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=30453Continue


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Comment by Trielement on August 10, 2016 at 8:21pm

Trielement began with the idea to take instrumental music, imagined with non-traditional ideas, and push the barriers of conventional music. The result is a blending blues, jazz, funk, some electronic and rock. This fusion is approachable with a tasty experimental vibe. Focused on building a strong regional following, the band spent the last several years touring and evolving its sound. Trielement has been described as a “tightly ran progressive trio” with “instrumental music that keeps your attention.” The newest, self-titled release, was recorded at Fish Bowl Recording, mixed and mastered by Aaron Fisher. This new release (2016) captures a slight change in direction but continues the musically experimental open-mindedness of the band. Trielement completed a small March 2016 "tour" with Neil Zaza, and has shared the stage with The Aristocrats, Sean O'Bryan Smith, and Soften the Glare to name a few. 

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Comment by Frederik Plets-Van Der Linden on January 26, 2014 at 11:21pm

Freger65, We are no musicians or artists, just big music fans from Flanders, the Dutch speaking part of Belgium.
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Comment by Transport Aerian on July 9, 2013 at 5:29pm

Dear all!
My new album is about to be released. As we all know, no art survives without an audience, and I'm asking you to take a look at it. This video has a medley of all the album songs and the artworks which will be featured in the booklet. If you like it or absolutely not, please tell me. Your feedback, your presense now is very important to me.


Thank you,
Transport Aerian Project.

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