With the release of their 3rd studio album, "U & ME," the two are embarking on their biggest North American tour to date.
Austin music duo Tritonal has been paving their way with through the dance music scene within the progressive house genre. Producer/DJs Chad Cisneros and David Reed are best known for hosting the Tritonia radio show on Sirius XM, and have made it the DJ Mag top 100 on several occasions. And they don't seem to be slowing down anytime soon: with the release of their 3rd studio album, "U & ME," the two are embarking on their biggest North American tour to date.
We're honored to premiere the music video for "U Found Me," which is evocative of a California summer day, and has strong "you belong here" vibes. It makes perfect sense, too, as Tritonal is known for being a key unifier in the dance music scene.
Describing the origins of their latest album, they've said:
"The title for our latest full length album, U & ME, is a very simple pointer toward unity and love that we feel is inherent in life itself. Ultimately, we are all connected. In fact, everything in the universe is connected. Music allows us to express that connection through sound. There is so much inherent divisiveness in our culture today, and we wanted to flip the "you vs me" or the "us vs them" dialogue on its head. "My Country," "My Team," "My Race," "My Beliefs," "My Social Group" — they all are ideologies people identify with to enhance their false sense of self, and can be divisive instead of unifying. Through them, people make themselves "right" and others "wrong," and define their identity through their enemies, the "others," the "nonbelievers," or "wrong believers." This identification leads to suffering. Hopefully, our music can act as a light that shines upon one simple truth: love."
For a complete list of tour dates, visit Tritonal's website.
Follow Tritonal on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Soundcloud
POP⚡DUST | Read More…
Bandcamp is waiving revenue shares today, and you should support POC artists.
Today is another Bandcamp Friday, meaning until midnight tonight, the platform will be waiving revenue shares and letting artists take 100 percent of profits.
Now more than ever, as Black Lives Matter protests occur around the world, it's extremely important to lift marginalized voices. The music industry has repeatedly erased Black voices throughout history, despite the fact that most mainstream genres were invented by Black people.
The new video explores the pain of feeling utterly helpless.
London-based alt-pop artist Ebony Buckle has just unveiled the music video for her single, "Ghost."
EBONY BUCKLE - GHOST (Official Video) youtu.be