Trisha embodies the spirit of classic rock artists such as Lita Ford in both her style and sound. From the guitar heavy instrumentals to the in your face nature of some of the lyrical content, it's obvious that plenty of influence was taken from the pages of eighties style arena rock. Don't let this description fool you into thinking that this is all the rising star has
to offer though. Utilizing her voice in a much softer tone in a song titled "Eulogy", she draws comparison to bands such as Letters To Cleo. While certainly showing influences from some very popular bands throughout her work, it never comes off as plagiarism. Trisha takes aspects of several different genres and artists and adds her own uniqueness to it to form a style and sound that is her own. While she can come off as edgy and loud on some material and thoughtful and elegant in others, she always comes off as authentic and real on all of her work.
"Trisha Lurie possesses a talent that only comes around
once in a generation~ everyone should sit up straight a take a moment
to hear the Pat Benatar of THIS generation. Raw, sexy, modern rock
without the intrusion of overproduction"
Hailing from Santa Monica, CA, Trisha Lurie is many things. Artist, activist, musician... she follows no one, and forges her own path. She is outspoken, passionate, and unabashedly herself and there’s one thing above all Trisha loves to do- make great rock music.
Trisha has just finished recording her debut album, “Romancing Neptune”. Engineered and mixed by the legendary Bob Clearmountain (The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, The Pretenders, David Bowie), and produced by Peter Thorn (Chris Cornell, Courtney Love). “Romancing Neptune” is from start to finish a dynamic, electrifying rock powerhouse. Thanks to Clearmountain’s contributions, the sonics are undeniably incredible. The tracks on “Romancing Neptune” range from the haunting and introspective “Beast”, to the raging “Rampage”, to the full-bore scathing reprimand “Deadbeat”, to the anthemic ode to living life in overdrive, “Smell, Touch, Taste”. “Chinese Love Trap” seethes with lust, “Eulogy” soars, and “Rich Boy” just burns... “Romancing Neptune” is at once stylistically modern, but with a healthy dash of kick ass old school Rock And Roll energy!