Congratulations to The Most Holy Trinity for winning etnies Girl’s New Music Search! The band’s song “Call the Doctor” will be on the soundtrack of our upcoming team DVD, which will be available starting Nov. 10 as a gift with purchase at select retail locations while supplies last. The Most Holy Trinity was formed after Trinity Toft (songwriter, vocals) and Charlie Duff (beats and programming) met through an Internet personals site in 2004. Although a romantic connection was not made, a love of music brought them together. Trinity had previously been in various musical projects in San Francisco and, after a stint as a backup dancer with the band Hey Willpower, she decided to continue on her own. Drawing from their mutual appreciation of pop, hip-hop, soul, electro, and rock and roll, the two began sending music back and forth from San Francisco to Arlington, Va., over the course of the next year. Charlie called upon his musical cohort, Paavo Steinkamp, who was in Miami, for additional production and the three of them channeled the divine force that gives breath to The Most Holy Trinity. The influences and inspiration of these three are all over the map. Aside from making tunes you can dance to, there wasn’t any specific direction. With this freedom and willingness, a diverse collection of tracks was created. Some songs are reminiscent of Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam, while some run in a completely different vein, like the song “Caffeine,” which draws its influence from dancehall music. Other songs take listeners through a completely different type of futuristic, off-the-wall run that may even sound vintage to some. The Most Holy Trinity’s first single, “The Gallery Is a Guillotine,” will be released in fall 2006 on Brown Bottle Records. Their full-length debut album, “Rituals for Parting,” will follow in the latter half of fall 2006.