Cash Cash + Tritonal w/ Milo & Otis, BARE @ Echostage - 11.15.14

By GLOW in Echostage, EDM, Past Events
Monday, August 4, 2014, 12:30pm. (Updated: 11/17/14 at 10:31am) Add comments

Cash Cash | Tritonal

Milo & Otis

BARE

Saturday November 15, 2014

echostage-white

 2135 Queens Chapel Road NE • Washington, DC

Doors  9PM | No dress code | Ages 18+
Bottle Service: Tables@echostage.com | 202.503.2331

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Cash Cash

With international support growing from renowned DJs and producers including Tiesto, Hardwell and Nicky Romero, as well as two successful Spinnin’ Records singles under their belts (“I Like It Loud” & “Michael Jackson”), New York’s emerging electronic three-piece Cash Cash has signed with legendary dance music imprint, Big Beat Records, home to a diverse electronic roster which includes Skrillex, Icona Pop, Chuckie, Martin Solveig, Flux Pavilion, Rudimental and Walden.

The group, which consists of best friends and brothers, Jean Paul Makhlouf, Alex Makhlouf and Samuel Frisch first made their way into the hearts of core dance music enthusiasts with their vibrant remixes for the likes of Nicky Romero (“Symphonica”), Capital Cities (“Safe And Sound”), Vicetone (“Heartbeat” ft. Collin McLoughlin) and Krewella (“Alive”); as well as Bruno Mars (“Treasure”), Calvin Harris (“Let’s Go” ft. Ne-Yo) and Nervo & Hook N Sling (“Reason”), several which have reigned on the Hype Machine charts.

But the trio truly impresses with their originally produced material, including Krewella’s next single, “Live For the Night,” coming just before their first official Big Beat release, “Take Me Home” ft. Bebe Rexha, dropping on July 16th along with a remix package to all digital retailers. The track recently premiered during the trio’s guest mix on Nicky Romero’s ‘Protocol Radio’ Sirius/XM Radio show and officially debuted on BPM, hailed as the “best new track… heard in a long time” by host, Austin Kramer.

The groups’s fusion of captivating pop vocals and signature banging electro-house beats have already captivated dance music insiders and tastemakers like elektro magazine, Complex’s Do Androids Dance and Dancing Astronaut, who named Cash Cash one of their “five breakthrough artists for summer 2013.” Expect to hear more praise for this crowd-pleasing act from EDM and pop music fans and writers alike.

Tritonal

Watch a live performance by TRITONAL and you’ll understand the hype. The American production and DJ duo of Chad Cisneros and Dave Reed have firmly situated themselves as one of the most electrifying acts in the international EDM scene. Their zest for life and music is apparent to anyone who’s witnessed them in person or through their speakers and is just one reason why they resonate intensely with their loyal followers, “Tritonians.”

After earning a spot on MTV Clubland’s “10 Artists to Watch in 2013” list, TRITONAL have continued to launch track after track on to the Beatport charts and ignite dance floors around the world with their energetic and unforgettable sets.

The duo unleashed their debut studio album to the world in 2011 with “Piercing the Quiet”, which produced eight Top 20 Beatport singles including five that held the #1 position on the Beatport trance chart for more than three weeks.

Currently masters of their own “Metamorphic” series of EPs, TRITONAL conjures its audio alchemy with revelatory releases like the recent “Metamorphic I” featuring “Bullet That Saved Me” and “Follow Me Home”. “Metamorphic II”, out November 25, 2013 features the recent smash hit “Now Or Never” as well as the buzzed about and as yet unreleased “Electric Glow”.

Having just wrapped their first 40-city headlining North American “Metamorphic” tour, TRITONAL continuously receive peer support by fellow DJ kingpins including Armin van Buuren, Hardwell, Tiësto, Ferry Corsten, Steve Aoki, Markus Schulz, Gareth Emery, Nicky Romero, and many more.

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