What a difference a year makes. The first Tritonia 001 compilation was unchartered territory for Chad and Dave, aka Tritonal, who co-own Enhanced Music with Will Holland. While it was an impressive start, it was clear that the next Tritonia compilation would be even better, with one compilation under their belt. Tritonia 002 features 21 tracks handpicked by Tritonal from some of the best names in progressive house and trance.
Dave & I are SO PROUD of our label, Enhanced Music, and all of the talented producers making a name for themselves. This compilation took six months to put together, and we’ve had it on continuous repeat since we finished! -Chad Cisneros
While they’re proud of their label, Tritonal should be proud of their ear for great melodies, as every song on the compilations has an unforgettable one. They should also be commended for their ability to have a mix of both fresh and familiar talent. Enhanced all-stars Juventa and Estiva return with “Winterborn” and “Playing With Fire” respectively and a brand new face is 17-year old Ryos, whose Enhanced debut is “Eclipse,” one of the standout tracks on Tritonia 002. Here’s what you’ve heard so far from previews and pre-orders:
Tritonal feat. Skyler Stonestreet – Electric Glow (Arston Remix)
Ryos feat. Allisa Rose – Eclipse (Original Mix)
Jus Jack & Speed Limits – All Falls Down (Tritonal Edit)
Tritonal – Anchor (Club Mix)
Jenaux feat. Pia Toscano – Renegades (Original Mix)
Noah Neiman feat. Mike Schmid – Follow (Original Mix)
AeroSoul feat. Christina Ferraro – 6AM (Original Mix)
Thomas Hayes – Alluvion (Original Mix)
JAKKO, Steerner vs. Klaus & Turino feat. Paul Aiden – Lighthouse (Original Mix)
Tritonal feat. Jonathan Mendelsohn – Satellite (Kill The Buzz Remix)
Noah Neiman feat. Anna Yvette – Eyes To The Sky (Original Mix)
While it does seem like a lot of tracks from the compilation have already been available for streaming, this really is just the tip of the iceberg. Tritonia 002 is a proper mix of instrumental and vocal tracks, though when Tritonal’s involved it always leans towards the latter. Still, there’s no shortage of energy, as this is 77 minutes of non-stop tunes as expected. The compilation is truly a testament to the strength of progressive house, a genre that doesn’t get the recognition it deserves in my opinion. As many genres suffer a spike in popularity, progressive house has been on a consistent path, almost like a safety net for dance music to fall back on. Tritonia 002 helps bring the genre back into the foreground, with standout vocal tracks like “Renegades” and “Playing with Fire.” Once more, Tritonal & Enhanced remind the world that they are on the cutting edge of dance music with Tritonia 002, and have many more tricks up their sleeves for the future.