Revolving around the interplay between keyboardists Rick Eddy and Tim Drumheller, A Triggering Myth has been one of the strangest duos to hit the electronic music scene. Formed in 1989 with several other musicians, the band quickly turned into Eddy and Drumheller, two ambitious keyboardists that were endlessly curious about exploring each other's abilities. Starting with their eponymous debut in 1990, they released albums throughout the decade that had continually grown more unusual and complex. By the turn of the century, they had worked with several unique guest musicians and designed their next album, Forgiving Eden, to incorporate members of the jazz fusion group McGill Manring Stevens.
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