Tritonal capped off an outstanding 2015 with the January 2016 release of 'Blackout' - the long coveted but previously unavailable single featuring Steph Jones’ delicate vocals and a pop twist on the duo’s melodic sound. 'Blackout' quickly became Tritonal’s fastest-selling and -streaming single to date, the latest in a long line of hits for Austin, Texas songwriters and producers Chad Cisneros and Dave Reed.
In the previous year, Tritonal surpassed 53 million streams in aggregate on Spotify, over 10 million of that attributable to the Chainsmokers collaboration, 'Until You Were Gone'. The duo has also remixed Adam Lambert’s hit 'Ghost Town'; reached millions of listeners on iTunes, Soundcloud and Sirius via the podcast, Tritonia; and sold out iconic venues New York’s Terminal 5, San Francisco’s Warfield, and L.A.’s Club Nokia along with the majority of the Untouchable tour with Cash Cash. As of early 2016, the tour’s anthem, 'Untouchable', has been streamed over 19 million times.
Formed in 2008, Tritonal spent their early days on premium imprints like Anjunabeats, before eventually landing at Will Holland’s Enhanced Music, which Cisneros and Reed came to co-own. Key moments on Enhanced include: 'We Belong', a pivotal 2009 Ferry Corsten rework; the hit-laden 2011 debut album, Piercing the Quiet; and the acclaimed 2013-2014 Metamorphic EP trilogy featuring euphoric favorites 'Follow Me Home' and 'Now or Never'. 'Now or Never' cracked the Top Five on Billboard’s Airplay Dance chart, a placement recaptured by follow-ups, 'Anchor', 'Colors', and 'Untouchable'. In a first for the duo, 'Now Or Never' also became a sports anthem for CBS’s Thursday Night NFL broadcasts in 2015, introducing the duo to millions of new fans weekly.
Tritonal’s evolution and success prove that compelling songwriting, innovative production, and exuberant performances resonate with music lovers of all kinds, from underground purists to stadium fanatics.
Hailing from New York, Disco Fries have been responsible for some of Enhanced's best performing releases.
From releasing on Tritonal's 'Tritonia Chapter 002' to fresh collaborations with Enhanced artists like Shanahan, Disco Fries have made a name for themselves thanks to imaginative, innovative productions receiving extensive DJ & radio support.
Cuebrick is a young German DJ and dance music producer. 2016 was a true breakout year for him. He came to international attention through collaborations with Tritonal or Breathe Carolina.
Also his latest singles on big international labels like Enhanced Recordings and Armada had been very successful. At the same time, his productions are appreciated and supported by worldwide DJ legends such as Tiesto, Armin van Buuren, Nicky Romero, W&W, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Steve Aoki, Above & Beyond, Tritonal, The Chainsmokers, Blasterjaxx, Sander van Doorn, Vinai, Morgan Page, Yves V and many more!
Felix Cartal is a Canadian electronic producer who creates melodic, energetic tracks aimed squarely at the dancefloor, but he also has a sentimental side, as evidenced by many melodramatic songs he's recorded with female vocalists. Cartal fuses his songwriting and production roots with his love for club culture, enlisting a wide range of vocalists and creating a singular take on indie dance music. Hailing from Vancouver, he initially established himself when Steve Aoki signed him to Dim Mak.
Cartal made his album debut in 2010. Meanwhile, he increasingly grew as a DJ, touring N. America, all while releasing freely downloadable mixes online. He continued to release a stream of music until his second album appeared in 2012.
Various EP’s released over the next two years cemented Felix as an originator of the trend of dance music producers collaborating with unique vocalists as well as being a pioneer of a vocal chop sound. However, never content to reproduce the same sound, Cartal unveiled a stylistic shift in 2016, best heard on his remixes of Selena Gomez, Wafia, Galantis, Dillon Francis, and ALMA, all of which topped the Hype Machine charts and garnered him millions of streams.
Recently, Cartal has collaborated with Kaskade on the single 'Fakin It” and with R3hab on “Killing Time.' His expertly crafted dance remake of “Get What You Give,” was certified gold in January 2018 and has been nominated for a Juno Award. His anticipated third album is set for release in 2018.
Noah Neiman's foray into the world of music started at the very young age of 4 years, when he first started playing the piano. Through grade school, he learned to play the violin and trombone as well. However, it was not until he was 10 years old that he finally fell in love with electronic dance music. Influenced by mid to late 80's and early 90's music, he began experimenting with synthesizers, drum machines and computer based music creation, penning his first riffs on a rudimentary midi program with his father's 486 PC.
Nevertheless, Noah's love for music was eclipsed by another life-passion. As time wore on, music started to become more of a hobby of his while his education toward becoming a doctor took more precedence. Eventually, Noah was accepted to optometry school and prepared to spend more time than ever immersed in books and notes to become an optometrist... but although school took up the majority of his time, music kept beating in his mind. With every spare minute of free time, Noah would be on his Mac writing music.
Eventually he released 'Run With Me,' a track featuring the vocals of Catherine W. and co-produced by his longtime friend, MST. It's unexpected success brought Noah's own remix of the track to #17 on Beatport.com's Top 100 Trance chart, while the original version was played on numerous radio shows, including Armin Van Buuren's 'A State of Trance.'
Since then, nearly every track Noah has released found it's way onto Beatport's Top 100 Trance chart and has been featured on countless shows, being supported by world-class DJs, including Markus Schulz, Lange, Ferry Corsten, Armin Van Buuren, Gareth Emery, Tritonal, Andy Moor, Matt Darey, and many others.
Striking a balance between his careers as a doctor and a record producer has been a constant push and pull but, as Noah says of himself, "I have rhythm and melody running through my head every waking moment of my life, and only when I write them down, can I focus on anything else."
One of Enhanced's leading artists, APEK has been responsible for an array of standout releases on the label. From Big Room anthems like 'Voices' through to mellow melodic hits like 'Traces', APEK's distinct sound has seen the young American embark on worldwide tours as well as seeing regular support shows for label heads Tritonal.