Tritonal (band)

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Tritonal

Tritonal's David Reed and Chad Cisneros
Background information
OriginAustin, Texas, USA
GenresTrance, progressive trance
Years active2007 - present
LabelsAir Up There Recordings, Flashover, Anjunabeats, Blackhole, Armada, Garuda, Coldharbour
Websitewww.tritonalmusic.com/
Members
Chad Cisneros
Dave Reed
 
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Tritonal

Tritonal's David Reed and Chad Cisneros
Background information
OriginAustin, Texas, USA
GenresTrance, progressive trance
Years active2007 - present
LabelsAir Up There Recordings, Flashover, Anjunabeats, Blackhole, Armada, Garuda, Coldharbour
Websitewww.tritonalmusic.com/
Members
Chad Cisneros
Dave Reed

Tritonal is a trance music duo consisting of producer/DJs Chad Cisneros and Dave Reed from Austin, Texas, United States .[1] They have frequently collaborated with singer Cristina Soto and host a radio show called Air Up There. Tritonal recently released a new record label under the name Air Up There Recordings. On May 9, 2011 they released their debut artist album "Piercing the Quiet".

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Biography

Dave Reed and Chad Cisneros, two extremely humble individuals from Austin, Texas, combined forces by chance in 2007 to venture into the dance realm. As they would say it, they "complete each other's musical sentences." In that process, Tritonal came to life. Within the short span of the last 2 years, they have charged into the arena and have fast-tracked into chalking up more accolades and accomplishments than some producers or DJs ever will in a lifetime. Despite a very crowded and almost overpopulated trance scene, inhabitants of Planet Dance have generously embraced Tritonal. Amidst the great wave of fresh names flooding the dance arena, they manage to stand out with their ability to evolve and accomplish, and they are the best candidates to put America and trance music on the map.

With over 75 productions including gems such as "Essence of Kea", "Crash Into Reason", "Let Solitude," "Piercing Quiet," and "Cloudbase," their continually growing catalogue of tunage have inked deals with dance music label leaders such as Anjunabeats, Flashover, Armada, Blackhole, Coldharbour, AVA, Intuition, and many more, even earning them coveted timeless placements in compilations such as Above and Beyond's Anjunabeats Vol 6, Markus Schulz's Armada at Ibiza, Markus Schulz's Toronto 09’ and Armin van Buuren's A State of Trance. Their music boasts of harmonic ingenuity mashed with melodic intelligence, an ambiguity that resembles pop music with a deep beat twist, often given an airlift with vocals from singer Cristina Soto. They provide trance music a new spin of life. It is no wonder then that their widespread influence chalk up a lot of airplay too. They have been voted multiple winners as The Future Favorite on A State of Trance, The Webvote Winner on Trance Around The World, and gold #1 twice on Ferry Corsten's Countdown. They have toured the world and shared the stage with Ferry Corsten, Armin Van Buuren, Above & Beyond, Markus Schulz, Kyau & Albert, Andy Moor, Robbie Rivera, Noel Sanger and many more. Having garnered all this attention, their production skills have also been hastily summoned for royal missions as remixers for Ferry Corsten, Ronski Speed, and Solarstone. So far, they have also lived up to this responsibility with nothing but rave reviews. Having already crafted some of the top tracks of 2008 and 2009 and nominated as Judge Jules' Most Promising Breakout Artiste, Dave and Chad remain dedicated and optimistic about the future. They want to continue to move people and hearts through their music, and to continue to switch up the standards of what we hear by changing the dimension and fabric of modern day dance releases.In 2011, after only three year of collaboration, Tritonal has placed # 83 on DJ Mag’s Top 100.

Discography

Albums

Singles

Remixes

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Category:Electronic music duos Category:2000s music groups