Trance Fury’s New Age Electronica Music CD Promotes Environmental Awareness
RALEIGH, N.C. (MuseWire) – In an effort to raise environmental awareness, Trance Fury, a TFR Records artist, recently released, “Mother Earth and Father Time.” The CD has gained national attention and the Weather Channel is currently featuring the track, “Carolina Shore,” on its “Local on the 8s” from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. In addition, dozens of colleges and universities around the country are playing this electronic and new age musical compilation with more planning to play in the future.
For the months of June and July, Fury will donate 20 percent of all sales of “Carolina Shore” to the North Carolina Coastal Federation (www.NCcoast.org), a group that works to safeguard the coastal rivers, creeks, sounds and beaches of North Carolina.
“Carolina Shore” reflects the sounds of the Carolina coast. They are lulling, contemplative and uplifting and encourage a renewed spirit and relaxed mind.
“I have been visiting North Carolina’s beaches with my family for more than 25 years,” Fury says. “And, it’s my hope that these beaches will be around for generations to come.”
Other tracks on the CD include titles such as: Mother Earth; Sands of Time; Hurricane Florida; and New York City Winter.
All tracks evoke a sense of time and place. This new age-style music, often associated with environmentalism, is intended to create inspiration, encourage relaxation and to promote positive feelings.
About Trance Fury
Matt “Trance” Fury is a native of Hopewell Junction, NY and a SUNY New Paltz graduate; he currently lives in Raleigh, NC. He’s been writing electronic music for 12 years and knows how to draw concepts from emotions. His first CD, “Around the World and Back” featured three top 10 songs on the mp3.com charts including “Armageddon” which reached number one on the Electronic/Techno charts. In 2000, he wrote and released “Another 1,000 Years,” to honor the new millennium; it features songs for every month.
In 2006, he released “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.