Emerging as one of the most talented duos in trance, Tritonal has strengthened their force, teaming up with Super8 and Tab for “Arc.” Sharing the same name with their recently completed joint North American tour, “Arc” is a blurs the line between genres. Boasting big room flare and progressive elements, the trance comes into play in more subtle undertones that serve as the backbone to define the production. Jump to Beatport for the official release of “Arc,” and keep your eyes peeled for Tritonal and Super8 & Tab on tour.
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