Trance Fury

Trance Fury


Progressive electronica like no other. Shades of Rush, Marillion, as well as artists in the Electronic genre. Conceptual from start to end.


Trance Fury lives in North Carolina, but his heart is in New York. Born in New York, Trance began writing music at the age of 15 years. He’s a big fan of electronic music and equipment. As he grew older, the equipment that he purchased became more sophisticated and more elaborate. “I’ve learned to spend more time on tracks and gain knowledge of mixing and mastering material. It takes a lot of hard work and a lot of time. It’s finally paying off.”

Between 2000 and 2004, he released “Another 1000 Years”. Between 2006 and 2007, he released “7 Steps to Resolution”. With each album, Trance grew in talent and ability. Today, his newest CD, “Mother Earth and Father Time”, shows the growth process that he went through. His lead single on this new CD, “New York City Winter”, transforms you back to a typical cold, snowy, and grey New York day, walking around with that wind cutting through your bones. You can feel the mood of this song instantaneously. This is the talent of Trance Fury. He has the ability to transform his thoughts, moods and emotions into a musical wonder. The fusion of electronic sounds with the inclusion of an electric guitar that speaks to you, made this song and made this artist an absolute delight to listen to.

Trance Fury’s music has also been highlighted on The Weather Channel and on Local On The 8’s in June, July and August. He has also licensed music with MTV and E.

“I’d love to give props to my Alma Mater, SUNY, New Paltz. I love the area and school. I’m a big fan of all types of music and I appreciate when people put the true effort into their own art form. This may sound like typical advice, but truly follow your dreams and do what makes you happy. Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t accomplish something if you set your mind to it.”


2009 - Mother Earth and Father Time
2006 - 7 Steps to Resolution
2000 - Another 1000 Years
1999 - Whatever Worx!
1998 - Around the World and Back