American trance duo Tritonal may have just released their album “Piercing the Quiet: Remixed” but that doesn’t mean it’s break time. Mashing their own track “Broken Down” with Ost & Meyer’s “Antalya,” creates a impressively powerful trance mashup that is destined to have an impact when heard live. The vocals complement the track nicely while the driving bassline and big room chords keep the song moving. If trance is your thing, grab the mashup for free below.
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