House / Electro
September 15, 2014
Tritonal are back and better than ever with the third and final chapter of their hugely successful Metamorphic EP series. Due for release on Tritonals joint venture, London based record Label Enhanced Music, this EP celebrates the landmark 200th release on the legendary Enhanced Recordings imprint the label that delivers tune, after tune Mixmag. Including Satellite featuring Jonathan Mendelsohn, Anchor and the powerful down-tempo collaboration Seraphic with Mr Fijiwiji, the EP is destined for big things and will build on the success of the first two Metamorphic EPs, completing the trilogy and leaving listeners wishing for a fourth chapter! Continuing on from the dance floor fillers of the two previous releases Metamorphic III does not disappoint. Satellite (released 4th August at Beatport) offers the high energy that Tritonal are so famous for, supported by a powerful vocal from Jonathan Mendelsohn and gritty electro melodies and huge synth lines. Anchor (released 1st September at Beatport) provides more euphoria alongside the signature Tritonal build, dropping into what is sure to be a huge summer hit and heard throughout festivals and clubs across the globe. The EP shows its versatility with Seraphic, one of the darkest tracks from the whole Metamorphic series it is an absolute must hear, offering a beautiful contrast to the rest of the EP which completes the full release available in all stores on September 15th. With the massive success of the Paris Blohm collaboration Colors on Nicky Romeros Protocol imprint and the continuing radio exposure of their track Now Or Never from part II of the Metamorphic trilogy, Tritonians around the world are desperate to catch one of Chad and Daves notorious, full-throttle DJ sets. With Metamorphic III just around the corner, this is yet another Tritonal release destined to blow up!