Well Tritonians, it’s here. The “Bullet That Saved Me” remix collection has been released. The full remix package includes an elephantine remix from Ken Loi, a heavy rave remix from Sebjak, a thunderous progressive remix from Ilan Bluestone, and Tritonal’s own highly anticipated Festival Mix of the track. Sebjak takes the track in a darker direction, giving the original some seriously fun bounce. Likewise, Ken Loi activates his chainsaws and infuses a classic dose of punchy electro. Available today, Tritonal’s “Bullet That Saved Me” remix collection has something for everyone, and is one not to be missed by Tritonians and Earthlings alike.
Tritonians and other inhabitants of Earth rejoice, because the “Bullet That Saved Me” remixes are upon thee. To be released via Beatport on April 29th, the remix package will contain four fresh takes on Tritonal’s lead single from their Metamorphic I EP. In addition to their own “Festival Mix,” Tritonal sought out Sebjak, Ken Loi, and Ilan Bluestone to deliver their interpretations of the track. The result? A formidable remix package of immense proportions.
After a long journey, Tritonians will finally have a place to call their own. Tritonal‘s long-anticipated radio show, Tritonia, has officially landed on Sirius XM’s Electric Area, and will begin broadcasting Saturday, April 5th at 2pm EST. With rebroadcasts every Tuesday at 8pm, also on Electric Area, Tritonal‘s new show opens the rabbit-hole for old and new listeners alike, with their formidable blend of soaring melodies and bombastic basslines. During broadcasts, fans can connect with Chad and Dave at facebook.com/TritoniaRadio and on Twitter using #Tritonia.
At 12:45 Sunday afternoon, a voice cut across an edit of Hard Rock Sofa & Dirty Shade’s “Collapsar,” causing a still-filling Ultra Mega Structure to turn toward the sound.
“Good morning Miami!” the voice rang out. “Are you ready for The Expedition?” Heads started nodding. “Are you ready for 11 hours of A State of Trance?” A yes-shaped roar emerged.
The voice was Armin van Buuren’s, the set was Tritonal‘s, and the effect was pandemonium. Projected on screen from the on-site ASOT studio, the patriarch of the trance family beamed down at the crowd, encouraging them to give it up for their fellow Americans, the trance team from Texas that kicked off the live ASOT 600 experience and played the first of the day’s ten sets.
The episode saw Tritonal, W&W, Cosmic Gate, ATB, Dash Berlin, Markus Schulz, Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, and Markus Schulz all taking to the decks, hitting the crowd with wave after wave of the sonic sounds of today’s trance. Hop below the break to journey to Miami on The Expedition.
Texan trance twosome Tritonal have emerged from the land of Tritonia to deliver a new three-track EP entitled, Metamorphic I. On this adventure into the minds of David Reed and Chad Cisneros, we discover an intriguing side of the usual Tritonal sound. The first of several EPs to be released over the course of 2013, Metamorphic I comes with three tantalizing tracks showcasing Dave and Chad’s versatility as producers. “Our musical philosophy has always been about challenging ourselves and resisting expectations,” says Dave. “With the new EP, we wanted to display our growth as artists and take listeners on a new journey with us.” More an experience than simply an EP containing three tracks, Metamorphic I shows that Tritonal will continue to push the boundaries of trance and never remain a slave to their own sound.
As a special treat to DA readers Tritonal is not only releasing this EP, but also giving you the chance to win a once in a lifetime VIP experience with the trance duo.
Prizes will be:
1. Grand Prize of a VIP experience/hangout with Tritonal at any upcoming show.
2. Includes a pair of VIP tickets, Tritonal will treat you and a guest to dinner before the show where you will get to watch them from side stage, and we’ll cover a hotel room near the venue
3. Runner up receives two tickets to any Tritonal headlining show in 2013
Texas trance team Tritonal
is heading into festival season strong, planning to cap off Miami Music Week
with the release of the first in a three-EP series. The three-track Metamorphic I
will be released March 25th, promising to bring more than trance to the table. Chad and Dave have already previewed the album’s more progressive “Bullet That Saved Me” and are following it up with “Bring Me Home,” a stripped-down orchestral track. Featuring a piano-driven melody and Meredith Call’s devastatingly heartfelt vocals, the track can’t really be called dance music but seems to serve as an interlude between Tritonal’s previous work and whatever lies ahead.
Topher Jones, most recently of “Brohammer” fame, takes on Tritonal‘s extremely melodic progressive track “Azuca” for his most recent release, out now on Spinnin’ Records. If you’re someone who appreciates a tinge of melody but always wants that really fat electro drop, Topher’s remix is going to be right up your alley. He keeps a good portion of the song intact, but totally erases Chad & Dave’s sing-songy break in favor of a far grungier style. Bravo Topher, we’ll be headbanging and shuffling to this one for days.
Pasquale Rotella and Insomniac have just announced via Twitter the full lineup for this year’s White Wonderland event in Anaheim on New Year’s Eve. We were already pretty sure about some of the headliners, but the event’s website now confirms the full lineup will include the following: Above & Beyond, Avicii, Bingo Players, Dannic, Darin Epsilon, Dash Berlin, Ferry Corsten, Hardwell, Madeon, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Tritonal. Purchase your tickets here.
Fresh off his fall tour with Wolfgang Gartner and Popeska, young talent Pierce Fulton is back with another episode of the Dancing Astronaut favorite Get Weird radio show. This offering, as usual, has something for everyone. Whether you’re into indie dance, electro, trance, or prefer to keep it mainstream, Pierce’s mixes always stay fresh and deliver something aurally exciting. Take note a new edit of his combining Galantis and Major Lazer’s recent smash “Jah No Partial” as well as a very nice extended instrumental version of Tritonal and Super8 & Tab‘s “Arc.” Stream, download, subscribe on iTunes, and check out the tracklist below.
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.