|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Flourish And Decay||9||Audio||1989||Intellect|
|4||Flourish And Decay||9||Audio||1989||Intellect|
|5||The Reason Rhyme||4||Audio||1992||Wildside Records|
|6||Half Man Crazy||4||Audio||1989||Intellect|
Trasch formed in Wellington during the tail-end of the eighties, becoming arguably the first New Zealand band to create muscular industrial/EBM in the vein of Front 242 and Front Line Assembly. Comprised of Evan Roberts, Myke Young, and frontman Arthur Tauhore, the trio released two albums before the death of Tauhore in November 1994 brought the group to an end. Evan Roberts honed his production skills working on the children's radio show Ears (fronted by Dick Weir, father of [a=Barnaby Weir]), where off hours at Wellington's Broadcasting House allowed the first seeds of Trasch to be planted. Post-Trasch, Roberts has continued as a producer, working with [a=Shihad] and [a=FearVLoathinc] amongst others.