TWBU showcases the genre-blending prowess to which Ophelia Records mainstay Trivecta carries in his arsenal.
With numerous pairs of eyes and ears added to our agency recently, our senses have never been more sharp for those who bring their unique skill and sound to the industry. The Filthy Beat Inspectors are always on the lookout for releases to quench our insatiable thirst for bass music.
Early days of the Trivecta project introduced the music industry to a pioneer of the folk bass subgenre, displaying a soothing and rhythmic feel that seemed to tell stories with every single note. Yet as time passed, it became apparent that this young producer was growing into his career by bending the staples of dubstep to form his own sound that has taken the world over.
As he gears up for his first-ever headline tour to promote his debut album, Trivecta has caught the attention of some of the largest acts in the dance space and shows no signs of slowing down.
Trivecta has his identity stamped all across this album while blending it so effortlessly into other subgenres such as mid-tempo and drum n' bass. With no collaborations across each of the 13 tracks, the man himself unapologetically gives listeners what they didn't even know they wanted.
Trivecta decisively carves out his own lane and sonic identity within the highly popular melodic bass space demonstrating an impressive range of diversity. He flawlessly swaps from banging techno to melodic riddim and even to golden age electro/progressive.
One thing is for sure: Trivecta has become a household name. With collaborations amongst some of the largest names in dance music, this album has the blueprint for an expansion not likely to be matched any time soon. Prowess in the studio is not gained overnight. As this man has displayed, the hard yards must be earned with the accumulation perseverance and commitment.
Coming to cities near you, catch Trivecta at his upcoming tour dates here.