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Trinity has been a fixture of Sydney’s underground electronic music scene for the past 8 years, playing at various events and parties around the country including the Global Underground and Renaissance Ball 09 (Sydney), Splendour in the Grass (Byron Bay), Subsonic, Kompakt Warehouse Bash, The Playground Weekender, Future Music Festival, Earthdance, The Likes of You, The Chinese Laundry, Shrug, THE BOX, Deep as Fu*k (Sydney) and Melbourne parties Pinksilver, Pretty Simple and Darkbeat. She has also been flown overseas to play at the The Smirnoff Experience in Mumbai India in 2007.

Since 2002, Trinity has supported artists such as Satoshi Tomiie (Renaissance), Jona (Get Physical), Alex Kidd (Dynamic Music), Claude Von Stroke (Dirtybird), Justin Martin (Dirty Bird / Bussin’ Fly Records), Jamie Jones (Crosstown Rebels), Audio Jack (2020 Vision Recordings), Audiofly (Get Physical Music), Matias Aguayo (Kompakt), Solead (Beef Records), Deep Child (Get Physical Music), Phonique (Poker Flat), Lutzenkirchen (Great Stuff), Johnny D (Oslo, DE), Kevin Griffiths (Tsuba), Marc Romboy (Systematic Recordings) and Bjorn Wilke (Kaato Music). Her eclectic style embraces many electronic genres during her sets including deep, tech house, minimal & techno citing influences from Trentemoller, James Holden, Magda, Someone Else, Markojux, Forty6&Two, Alex Smoke, Gaiser, Dominik Eulberg and local artists Jimi Polar, Jamie Lloyd, Darius Bassiray, Dave Basek, Jamie Stevens [Infusion] and Deep Child.

Trinity also promotes minimal/tech-house night Loosekaboose, which was awarded runner up Best Monthly Club Night in Sydney in the Annual 3D Magazine Awards. Past guests for the night include Jamie Lloyd (Future Classic), Stuart McKeown (Composure Records), Christian Vance (Perspectiv Records), Shades of Gray (Beef Records), Mike Callander (Haul Music), Kriece (20:20 Vision), Dan Mangan (Audiotherapy), Dave Basek (Junkbeats), Phil Smart (Future Classic), Deep Child (Get Physical), Darius Bassiray (Proton Music), Jimi Polar (Future Classic) and Murat Kilic (Beef Records).

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