Exclusive Interview with Tritonal Before their Belfast debut Sat 24th September at Questhouse  


I had a chance to ask Tritonal a few questions before their Belfast debut this Saturday night. It's at the Questhouse at Brownes and looks like it's set to be a really good night. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Quest-at-Warehouse-Boucher-RD-Belfast/161387507211127?sk=wall

Q: How was Tritonal Formed?
We met on an online Sound Design Forum discussing methods of using the Virus TI!   We developed a friendship over IM and quickly realized we had many things in common musically!   Pretty soon Dave took a trip from Washington DC to Austin, and the magic happened!

Q: What's been your best night on the tour so far and why?
Well, thats a tough question!   Korea Live with Cristina Soto was really special, amazing to see that many people sing our tracks whom don't speak English!   Also, playing Mainstage at Electric Daisy Carnival was one for the books!

Q: Have you ever been to Ireland before and are you looking forward to a proper pint of Guinness when you're here?
We've never been, but are SOOOOO Excited to come play guys!!   We are really looking forward to the entire culture.  :)

Q: What other DJ's do you find most inspiring?
Well, we really love what guys like Above & Beyond, Gareth Emery, Mat Zo & Arty have been doing as of late - to stuff!!

Q: For readers who haven't listened to much progressive trance before, do you have a soundcloud/youtube link to a track or artist that is a great representation of the Genre?
We have loads of listenable clips on our site, where you can listen to our Air Up There Radio Show as well!   www.tritonalmusic.com   Cheers!

Rising DJ Duo Tritonal's Debut Performance at Questhouse on Sat 24th September

BELFAST, September 12, 2011--US-based trance and progressive DJ duo Tritonal will make their debut appearance at Questhouse Nightclub on Sat 24th September.

In just a few short years, Tritonal has become one of the most recognizable names in the international electronic dance music scene, with track after track flying up the Beatport charts and landing in the sets of some of the most renowned and respected DJs in the world, including Above & Beyond, Ferry Corsten, and Gareth Emery. Their first smash hit, Piercing Quiet, was voted Track of the Week by thousands of listeners of Armin van Buuren's 'A State of Trance' radio show and led to the success of Tritonal's own monthly radio show, 'Air Up There.'

Currently on a whirlwind, worldwide tour to promote their album, "Piercing the Quiet," Tritonal shows no signs of slowing down for the rest of 2011. Throughout the summer, they have provided a guest mix for Trance Around the World with Above & Beyond, became the resident DJs for the summer on Sirius XM's Electric Area, and released their latest single, Tritonal's Club Mix of Cramp's RU116 on Anjunabeats. They recently wrapped a music video for their track "Still With Me," which features the haunting vocals of Cristina Soto and a highlight reel that features some of their latest achievements.

Tritonal's prosperous and collaborative career has taken the duo to some of the world's best dance music events in Russia, Asia, the U.S, the U.K, and Australia. This year, they have performed at Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas and Ultra Music Festival in Miami and have upcoming shows scheduled in Guatamela, Belfast, and Vancouver. 


A Few Press Releases from my mate DJ Gregg McCann  


I wouldn't normally just post a press release up like this but DJ Gregg McCann used to keep me entertained with his great DJing skills back when I worked at Lavery's so I've no doubt these nights are gonna be ace. Might even try and get back to Belfast for a Saturday night at Auntie Annies sometime soon!

Anything Goes
Kaleidoscopic Club
with Dj Gregz McCann
Monday 19th & 26th Sept. 
9pm - 3am
Love & Death Inc
10a Ann Street
Adm: £3 before midnight, £5 after
The summer hibernation of Belfast is nearly at an end as students return to put the buzz back into Belfast. Students love to party and Love and Death Inc is the perfect venue to kickstart the academic year. 
Freshers Festival consists of an exemplary array of club nights with awesome tunes played by top notch djs and magnificent drinks promotions that runs Monday to Thursday for the first two weeks of term in what happens to be Belfast’s coolest venue.
Anything Goes is the perfect event to launch this carnival of clubs, the brainchild of Dj Gregz McCann this kaleidoscopic club hits all the bases for the perfect student party night. Modern dancefloor sensations merge with all time anthems, from the cool to the kitsch, from the underground to the popular, all angles are covered providing a dancefloor friendly frenzy.
Drinks Promotions All Night
Selected Spirit & Mixer £2
Selected Bottled Beer £2
Free Shot for First 50 People.
Free Admission Password sent via www.facebook.com/djgregz on day of the event.


The Soundation presents
with Dj Gregz McCann
Every Saturday @ 9pm
Free Admission
Auntie Annies (Downstairs)
Dublin Rd, Belfast
Eclectic Electric is legendary when talking about clubs in the north of Ireland. Now in its 15th year its the brainchild of local man of music Greg McCann. Having started in the Cellar Bar Lurgan in the mid 90s, it has moved to various venues throughout Belfast, and now it is on the move again taking up residence downstairs in Auntie Annies every Saturday night.
Noted for its no-nonsense approach to music with little regard for chart trends, styles or fads, it has built its reputation on playing what would be considered real music. The ethos has always been “if its good, it will get played”. A audio orgy for music fans as styles and genres merge featuring sounds from the birth of rock and roll right through to the innovators of the modern age. Tunes of both a classic and contemporary vintage fuse to offer a kaleidoscope of melodies, beats and grooves. Indie, Soul, New Wave, Rock, Hip Hop, Electronica and Underground anthems abound, blurring the lines between pub and club and offering a selection of sounds that satisfy varied tastes.