Over the course of their storied career, Tritonal have donned many hats in the recording studio, displaying a level of versatility that has been key to their success.
Upon the release of their 2011 debut album, Piercing The Quiet, the duo had their feet firmly cemented in the trance lane. But that cement would eventually dissipate, inspiring a shift towards the emerging electro house scene.
As the pair strayed from euphoric trance melodies, they gradually earned mainstream attention within the confines of the surging progressive house and big room genres. Tracks like "Now Or Never" (with Phoebe Ryan) and "Untouchable" (with Cash Cash) tightened the grip Tritonal had on those sounds.
The Texan tandem continued on this exploration well into the mid-2010s, not straying far from their fruitful transition. Their sophomore effort, Painting with Dreams, was released five years after the pair's introduction and featured their hit "Getaway" (with Angel Taylor). The album went on to infuse elements of future and melodic bass to their repertoire.