Featured Bands/Artists

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TRIPPY TRAN FILMS has networked with several bands and artists, including setting up free photo shoots for those who needed posters and images for promotion and utilizing posters, album art and promotional material from bands who had material and were ready to collaborate. Most images are featured in the upcoming film Obliquity: Imagery of the Unknown.

Images set up by Trippy Tran Films includes photography from Frenzy Photos, Josh Luckett of EZ World Entertainment, Eric Deller, Christina Garrett with art and logos from Fiora Casey and Kari Kubala.

For a list of live videos and more – check out our recent article on BANDS.

Genre: Electronica/Dub

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The Radio Broadcast performed at Halloween Hell 2009 and Tran fell in love with their electronic music immediately and asked them if they would want to be a part of the soundtrack. 2 songs are included as well as their own poster which overlooks Angela while she plays her “trippy” song to Liam. Their name is hard to search so I’m providing both TRB on Reverbnation for original songs and The Radio Broadcast on facebook. Go check them out!

The songs “Turning Gears” and “Say It To My Face” are featured in Obliquity.

Genre: Fun Rock

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The Front Runners contributed “Copy Cat Killa” to our short film My Vacation In Cincinnati. Their song “Gremlin Strut” is featured in Obliquity: Imagery of the Unknown as well as  a couple posters being featured in Angela’s house. Check them out at https://www.reverbnation.com/Runners

The song “Copy Cat Killa” is featured in My Vacation In Cincinnati.
The song “Gremlin Strut” is featured in Obliquity.

Genre: Pop/Rock

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Master T.C. is one helluva talented pop artist and better yet, music focuses on inspiration and making more of this life with modern electronic sounds and solid   lyrics that you can’t help but sing along to. In LA, T.C. contacted Tran about the project and submitted his image and the song “La Dee Dah” which closes the Obliquity: Imagery of the Unknown movie being the first song of the end credits. Check out the track and more of his music at Master T.C. and The Visitors

The song “La Dee Dah” is featured in Obliquity.

Genre: Hip-Hop

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Cheech Mob networked with Tran on getting studio shoots and logos made, and Tran referred them to Kari Kubala. Check their music site out at cheechmob.com

A live video of them performing at Beer Fest 2012 is coming soon!

Genre: Metal-coreSONY DSC
Recurrence lead singer Alex Baer and Anthony Tran had talked about collaborating for awhile. Though, their music isn’t featured in any of Trippy Tran Films’ work, we were able to promote them by giving them a free photo shoot and feature their image in Obliquity. You can hear this heavy death metal band at www.reverbnation.com/officialrecurrence

Genre: Reggae/RockThe Pinstripes Promo

The Pinstripes bassist Chris Grannen was an audio instructor at Brown Mackie College-Cincinnati where Tran attended from 2007-2009. While Tran was filming for Obliquity with students and utilizing the location, Tran discovered the wondrous sounds of reggae rock ska band of The Pinstripes.

The song “The Decay” is featured in Obliquity.



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Several songs were released for our feature. For a full list of artists/bands on the Obliquity: Imagery of the Unknown  soundtrack, check out our IMDB page here: Obliquity Soundtrack List on IMDB  and support artists (locally and beyond) everywhere!

Anthony Tran
Trippy Tran Films, LLC.

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