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Trust is the fully formed side project of Austra timekeeper Maya Postepski and her fellow synth-pop sculptor Robert Alfons. Building on the promise of a pair of Sacred Bones singles, the Canadian duo’s debut album sounds like a twilight-zone take on the keyboard-driven cool kids who didn’t make it big during the new-wave explosion of the ‘80s. Or at least the ones who actually knew how to balance their arty inclinations with sheer accessibility; because if you look past the beat-up leather and dead-eyed stares in Trust’s press photos and actually listen, their Ginsu-sharp grooves emerge immediately (the blacklit beats of “Bulbform,” the brain-burrowing sonar blips of “F.T.F.”).

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This is on my faves!

Blast from the past!

Cet album me rappelle toutes ces années de Goth dans des bars à thématiques vampiresques! Nostalgie aux odeurs de cuirs, de latex, de vinyl et de dentelles... Ça me fait plaisir de voir que de nouveaux artistes s'intéresse à reprendre des influences 80s.


GREAT ALBUM for a Saturday Night with a bunch of 40+ ... perfect soundtrack for some time travelling... BUY IT, plays on a loop ...@#$%^&* wish i had my hair back..hahahahah


Formed: 2009 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The dark electronic pop project of Toronto's Robert Alfons, TR/ST began in 2010 after Alfons met Maya Postepski, also the drummer in the like-minded band Austra. Comparisons to Depeche Mode and Joy Division began with 2011's debut single, "Candy Walls," which was released by Sacred Bones and introduced TR/ST's mix of sinuous synth pop and deep vocals. Another single, "Bulbform," arrived before the duo's critically acclaimed first album, TRST, was issued by Arts & Crafts in February 2012. Soon after...
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