Bass | Trivecta’s Hot Streak Continues With “Standing At The Edge” Original

Posted by on March 1, 2019

After receiving a massive amount of stream count and exposure via his collaboration with Seven Lions, Wooli, and Nevve via “Island” and tackling tour dates alongside Illienium and Seven Lions, Trivecta has released his next single. The original instrumental work made solo titled “Standing On The Edge” has a melodic bass-tinged fantasy-oriented theme throughout and plugs in neatly within the spectrum of recent Trivecta music, something new and old fans alike of come to love.

Since 2014, Trivecta has been in the game and with quality success, in his first few years of the alias Trivecta scored a homerun on Monstercat where he gained his initial audience. As releases, shows, and special events passed, a more melodic bass oriented style started to appear around 2017/2018. Thereafter, others driven toward the same music during this period started taking notice and the rest is history. Trivecta’s 2019 looking strong as ever as he continues his upward endeavor.

Dubstep | Trivecta’s “Labyrinth” Boasts Some Of The Best Cinematic Bass Can Offer

Posted by on August 8, 2016

With an almost My Chemical Romance like intro, Trivecta creates an experimental, rough-around-the-edges, semi-emo bass track that will surely capture a wide span of electronic music fans across EDM scene, via “Labyrinth (feat. Miyoki)”. Video game fans will dig this, bass heads will love it, those who enjoy a cinematic-like quality to their tunes, right there with them.

The Trivecta trip captures via “Labyrinth (feat. Miyoki)” is a mecca of detail, strong design, and a little bit of indescribable magic that strikes during peak intensity with this one. Trivecta is not to be messed with.

Bass | Trivecta’s Monstercat Release “The Vale” Is An Unforgettable Multi-Mood Journey

Posted by on January 13, 2016

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Monstercat is known far and wide for it’s spectrum of great bass music. Trivecta has added yet another tune to the family with his single “The Vale.” The four-minute experience has fascinating highs and lows, amazing emotions conveyed through sound, and spot-on production quality.

Trivecta signature style and selling point is the highly relatable, highly energetic themes he builds in his music. His tunes paint pictures in your mind virtually without you knowing it, they get even more grand if you pause and truly tune in to the sound for a moment.

If you’re a fan of acts like Varien or Madeon, or enjoy some adventure in your beats, dive into Trivecta.


Bass | You Will “Drift Away” Into The Stars With Trivecta’s New Original

Posted by on August 14, 2015

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Monstercat holds a roster spanning a vast amount of the dance music spectrum, however, many of their artists jump across genres with each release. Trivecta, a perfect example of one of these artists, has released both trance and dubstep on the label. Today, he puts his first house original out titled “Drift Away.” Keeping it enchanting yet effervescent with his introductory melody, Trivecta couldn’t go about a track without adding a little bass which he puts on overdrive with a heart-pounding pluck. Available for streaming above, buy your own copy here via Monstercat.

Trance | TRIVECTA blends genres on his new track “Evaporate”

Posted by on May 9, 2015

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Monstercat is known for supporting producers who aren’t afraid to do something different, and this time is no different with Trivecta’s newest track, “Evaporate”. In addition to Aloma Steele’s incredible vocals, we see hints of trance, progressive house, bass, and even dubstep – all combining to form something that can simply be described in two words: Good. Music. See for yourself, check out the track and support Monstercat and Trivecta on iTunes.

Buy: Trivecta – Evaporate (ft. Aloma Steele)

Dubstep | Trivecta – Ease My Soul ft. Charlotte Haining

Posted by on March 25, 2015

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I’m not going to lie. I still have a guilty pleasure for melodic dubstep. With Seven Lions and Adventure Club being the creme de la creme over the past couple years, the organization of a chaotic genre like dubstep just made total sense and it takes a lot of skill to produce a clean cut of the sound. Tampa-based Trivecta boasts his intricate stylings in his latest original “Ease My Soul.” He teams up with vocalist Charlotte Haining to lay down some elegant croons to balance out the flurry of synths and percussion he blasts into complete harmony. Snag the song on iTunes as this talent has just started his tidal wave of success. “Ease My Soul” is also available on Spotify.