The dark electronic pop project of Toronto’s Robert Alfons, TR/ST began this year 2010 after Alfons met Maya Postepski, also the drummer in the like-minded band Austra. Evaluations to Depeche Setting and Joy Department started with 2011’s debut one, “Candy Wall space,” that was released by Sacred Bone fragments and presented TR/ST’s mixture of sinuous synth pop and deep vocals. Another one, “Bulbform,” appeared prior to the duo’s critically acclaimed initial record, TRST, was released by Arts & Crafts in Feb 2012. Immediately after the album’s discharge, Postepski still left to spend her time for you to Austra’s developing commitments. Early in 2013, TRST was nominated for the Juno Prize for Electronic Record of the entire year, along with Purity Ring’s Shrines and Grimes’ Visions. New TR/ST music surfaced in 2013 using the digital one Heaven, and once again in early 2014 using the singles Recovery, Mister, Capitol, and so are We Arc? indicating a far more streamlined, dance-inspired path. Joyland, which included house and acidity techno influences in to the darker experience of TRST, found its way to March 2014.