Following his fiery Musical Freedom debut with Anitgravity last year, celebrated Russian talent Khrebto returns to Tiesto’s esteemed imprint for follow up single Drippin Acid.
Drippin Acid It’s clearly designed to be daring and creative: with lyrics as enigmatic this track is clearly a push towards a vibrant, fast-paced acid electro.
Boasting killer basslines and swerving soundscapes amongst a captivating vocal, Drippin Acid moulds Khrebto’s signature sound of multi-genre capabilities drawing on high octane beats and mind-bending breakdowns. Bringing a whole new meaning to catchy, this track is definitely a unique one that will be stuck in your head. The heavy, acid-like synth riff is what brings this track to another level. This track is definitely a must listen, as you will most likely hear it at the next show you attend.
“I added a techno-rave vibe of 2000th to this track, whilst adding a sense of big room so that it sounded like a techno big room release, for both festivals and the club”.
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“LITTLE BIT OF LOVE (FEAT. RACHEL PLATTEN)”
May 31st, 2019 – Singapore – Tritonal have taken 2019 by storm, dropping numerous singles ahead of their ‘U&ME’ album - set for release on their Enhanced Music imprint on June 14 - and wrapping up a massive tour of the same name. The Austin-based producers have shared their incredible collaboration with multi-platinum selling recording artist Rachel Platten; “Little Bit of Love (feat. Rachel Platten)”, listen here: enhanced.lnk.to/Enhanced404
No strangers to pop productions, Tritonal have previously worked with Ryann, Lourdiz, Mozella and more on their crossover records. With the help of Rachel Platten, Tritonal further display their ability to make diverse and powerful music in the pop space, as their melodic pop sounds mesh perfectly with Rachel’s unmissable vocals.
Rachel Platten has had multiple chart topping releases including her uplifting single “Fight Song,” that instantly encouraged personal empowerment across the globe something that resonates strongly with Tritonal. In 2018, she released her second album ‘Waves’, and had a great time blending her unique voice with dance music working with Tritonal.
“When Tritonal sent ‘Little Bit of Love’ to me, it instantly struck a chord. It strangely felt like something I would say and write and the melody even felt like me,” explains the Emmy Award winner. “So even though I was in my first trimester and not keeping food down too well, I wanted in on this song. I’m so excited to share it with the world.”
In an effort to support a cause near and dear to them, Tritonal is partnering with the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and will be donating a percent of their U & Me merchandise proceeds to help raise awareness for mental health within music. The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. NAMI is an association of more than 500 local affiliates who work in communities to raise awareness and provide support and education that was not previously available to those in need.”
With Tritonal fans being amongst the most loyal in dance music, Tritonal will be launching a special competition whereby the grand prize winner will receive entry into Tritonal shows for life. The winner can expect a special “U & ME Forever Card” that is also a true collectors item. For more information on how to enter click here: enhanced.ffm.to/umeforever.opr