Fury in 2011
|Birth name||Matthew Fury|
|Origin||Hopewell Junction, New York, United States|
|Occupation(s)||Musician, record producer, remixer|
Matthew "Trance" Fury (born December 27, 1972 in New York) is an electronic musician and producer based in the United States. He is recognized for his tracks on The Weather Channel - Local on the 8's.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Born in New York, Trance Fury's keyboard talent has been around for a long time. He's a big fan of all types of electronic music and views all types as an art. Trance Fury has stated that he loves to draw up conceptual music. A background in Computer Science (SUNY New Paltz) and Meteorology (SUNY Albany), he's stated that he uses these skills and passions to focus on topics for his music.
Early Career[edit | edit source]
Back in 1994, Trance Fury had come across the Trance Europe Express compilations and was hooked. Featuring a wide variety of electronica, these compilations piqued his interest. His interest in complex, progressive rock in addition to all types of music, and his knowledge of computers helped him grow as a musician.
His first CD, Around the World and Back showed only a glimpse of what he can do as he quickly became a star on mp3.com. His CD featured three top 10 songs on the mp3.com charts including "Armageddon" which reached #1 on the Electronic/Techno charts. Quickly he began writing even more music and his sophomore release "Whatever Worx!" saw him delve into more experimental works, patterns and sounds.
Once the new millennium rolled in, Trance Fury wrote and released Another 1000 Years which features songs for every month of the year in honor of the new century. As of 2008, this CD is selling worldwide and was recently remastered.
2006-2008[edit | edit source]
2006 brought great things including his first full CD in five years with another brand new concept idea "7 Steps to Resolution". This CD draws on the emotional steps it takes to resolve a problem or crisis and is rapidly becoming an underground favorite.
2009-2010[edit | edit source]
With the release of "Mother Earth and Father Time" on March 3, 2009 Trance Fury had a fresh batch of material which saw The Weather Channel - Local on the 8's pick up his track "Carolina Shore", "Fly Away (Bird's Eye View Mix)", and others.
2011-2015[edit | edit source]
Beginning in 2011, Trance Fury decided to dig up old material from the vault and release 2 remix EPs containing all new mixes and recordings of his out of print material. In 2011, Volume 1 was released and in 2013 he followed up with Volume 2.
On July 28, 2015, Trance Fury released his first new track in six years and is currently working on a new album.
2018-Present[edit | edit source]
Discography[edit | edit source]
- Around the World and Back (1998)
- Whatever Worx! (1999)
- Another 1000 Years (2000)
- 7 Steps to Resolution (2006)
- Mother Earth and Father Time (2009)
- The Other Sides of Trance - Volume 1 EP (2011)
- The Other Sides of Trance - Volume 2 EP (2013)
- Carolina Shore - Remixes EP (2017)
- North American Oscillation (2019)
Singles[edit | edit source]
- "Yet Unknown (Weeping Guitar Mix)" (2010)
- "Tropic of Capricorn" - Singles (2015)
- "Jacob’s Ghost" - Single (2017)
References[edit | edit source]
- "North American Oscillation". Trancefury.com. Retrieved 12 October 2018.
- "Fall 2009 State University of New York at New Paltz Magazine - *Page 20" (PDF).
- MuseWire™ – the Synth Magazine - https://musewire.com/trance-furys-new-age-electronica-music-cd-to-promotes-environmental-awareness/
- Local on the 8's - Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4zjxS7-m80&feature=youtu.be
- Matt 'Trance' Fury [@TranceFury] (16 July 2015). "Pre-order Trance Fury - Tropic of Capricorn" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- Official Youtube Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJBDZcYUEBY&feature=youtu.be
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