TRI-Force is the project by Sha-A, aims to combine various musical elements, Classical music, ...
...traditional Japanese music, minimal techno, ambient music etc, through a filter of own. A magnificent view of its world and stylish beautiful sound, TRI-Force expresses 'a feeling of Trance' which Trance music itself originally has, and it is transmitted toward the world as well as Japan.
Joining on the worldwidely reputed compilation 'After 10 Years of Japanese Trance' with a track 'Interstellar Harmonics'(is on this album, too). The dynamic and progressive song fits perfectly for opening of the compilation and gives brilliant impression on it. Also, TRI-Force joins to the compilation 'Zen' by Russian Deja vu Records with the track 'Day Dreaming', and the name is known abroad.
Sha-A started DJing at chill out spaces mainly when he studied 'relation of sound and vital reaction' at university. In 2003 he joined 'Za. Uzumaki Kyoudai' that was the favored band at parties. He played bamboo flute as the third son of the band, and expressed 'Wabi-Sabi' feeling of traditional Japanese music on the unique and mysterious rhythmic world by eldest son Zombo and second son Ubartmar. He met Nata when he played for 'Za. Uzumaki Kyoudai' and formed a unit 'NatarSha'.
With playing live for 'NatarSha' he started composing Trance music. On this album, 'Longing-Love' is a remix of a song by genius pianist George Winston. It is the famous song used as a commercial song of a car, but TRI-Force completed the beautiful melody to fit perfectly to the dance tune. TRI-Force has a side project called?Ocot?which is featured soft melody on House-Trance music.
At the party Magnificent which was held at Studio Coast Ageha Tokyo in April this year, Paul van Dyk noticed TRI-Force and plans to put his track on the forthcoming Mix CD. As a Japanese track maker, TRI-Force accomplishes an exceptional achievement.