Triprocket was formed with a desire to write & perform music in a poptronica style, while creating lyrics that capture the multi-facets of human emotion.
Kaila Brasell's strong onstage performance earned her a nomination as Female Artist of the Year by dallasmusic.com. Bobby R (keys, author) has also achieved a long list of outside production and remix credits in diverse genres. Matt Tinonga (drums) and John Inman (guitar) provide the groove and rhythmic artistry.
Numerous Triprocket songs have been used on MTV’s Real World, Road Rules, and Dragon Ball Z soundtracks. They’ve wowed crowds with their live performances at NEMO, ATLANTIS, ROCKRGRL, & WMC. They were semi-finalists in Musician’s Best Unsigned Band Contest, and the winner of Best Dance Band at the Dallas Observer Music Awards.
"Immigrant Song" licensed for Dragon Ball Z merchandise -- MTV licenses 10 songs (including "Wild Life") for The Real World/Road Rules -- Winner Best Dance Band by Dallas Observer Music Awards -- CMJ Top 30 & RPM charting -- Semi-finalist in Musician Magazine’s Best Unsigned Band Contest -- performed at Atlantis, NEMO, WMC, & ROCKRGRL -- “Dark techno-rock that insinuates itself into your psyche with its driving dance beats and strong, cool vocals...a very high-caliber, professional effort” The Music Paper --
“A red hot CD...strong vocal talent upon a backdrop of well structured and performed music” ORB Confidential -- “A techno-rock band with a monster groove” DallasMusic.com -- “Quite possibly the most innovative sound in Dallas” MTV -- “A blend of blissed-out House, deep-space symphonic Trance, and dark Trip-Hop...husky, mournful, alto vocals over rainy-day grooves embellished by searing lead guitar.” Launch .com
Supreme Beings of Leisure,Poe,Garbage,Hooverphonic
Bjork,Massive Attack,Tricky,Kate Bush, Garbage, Elvis Costello, Aimee Mann
The talent in Triprocket is noteworthy. Kaila Brasell’s (writer, lead vocals, keys, & guitar) strong onstage performance and emotional vocal delivery earned her a nomination as Female Artist of the Year by dallasmusic.com. Her “one-take” performances in the studio are legendary, Bobby R directs Triprocket’s musical vision, and is responsible the majority of the group’s remixes. Proving his talents in recent years, Bobby has achieved a long list of outside production and remix credits in diverse genres. Matt Tinonga's uses the most current drum technology to allow him to faithfully duplicate the recorded material live. He is an impeccable groovemaster, but still manages to push the rhythmic boundaries, while also delivering many "one-takes" in the studio. John Inman’s guitar artistry and discipline are refreshing compliments to Triprocket's music. Meanwhile, he is still active as a solo artist, and released his second fusion instrumental album in February 2002.
During 2003, Triprocket has released their sophomore CD "Romeo's Ex", in August. This wil be followed by a remix double album and a christmas single in 2003.