Up and coming producing duo, Tritonal, released their first EP in a three part series, featuring three brand new tracks that are completely unique to each other, yet flow phenomenally as neighbors on the release. The first track, “Bullet That Saved Me” is a prog. house monster that uses electro house influences on the drop. The buildup employs a solid vocal, an extremely creative chopped up breakdown, and an uplifting melody just in time to drop the bomb on you. solid track.
The next track is called “Bring Me Home”, and I think it might be my favorite of the three. There is no percussion on this track (which doesn’t mean no bass), which I found to be as pleasing on the ears as it is unique. This is a very chill track- listen to it once, you’ll know what I mean.
Rounding off the EP is “Deep Into Black”, which fuses electronic music with a rock-like vibe, which I found to be refreshing and innovative, especially in the sea of cookie-cutter prog. house that is intolerable. The vocals once again are solid and engaging, but personally this track leaves something to be desired.
Overall I’m impressed with the direction that Chad and Dave are heading in, and most definitely cannot wait to hear parts 2 and 3 of the Metamorphic series. Scoop it up on Beatport and iTunes here. And remember, as always, you heard it here first.