// Reworks come from Cash Cash, Louis Vivet, Thomas Hayes, Super8 & Tab, Codeko, Toby Green and Savi & TELYKast
// Out November 4th in all stores
With over 8.5 million streams to date, Tritonal & Jenaux ft. Adam Lambert’s Broken has been an absolute smash. Now this cool slice of dance pop gets a second lease of life thanks to a superb set of remixes, with something for every taste in this hefty package. The lush vocals of Grammy-nominated star Lambert lend themselves beautifully to these excellent reworks.
Frequent collaborators Cash Cash provide a rousing new version, taking the downbeat feel of the original and interspersing it with pumping piano house sections. Fellow US act Louis Vivet pushes the track into more of an indie electronica direction with a glorious synth hooks and big atmospherics. Australia’s Thomas Hayes takes it to the beach with his gorgeous tropical house version, laden with plucked guitars and heavenly delays.
Finnish trance kings Super8 & Tab opt for pounding beats, a swung triplet rhythm and growling synths, juxtaposed with slo-mo dubstep rhythms and tons of epic FX. UK producer Codeko ups the tempo for a driving, intense flurry of riffs and lively beats. Denmark’s Toby Green goes for a hard-grooving EDM/house workout with a little undertone of classic Dutch house flavor, while LA’s Savi & TELYKast round things off with a seriously bombastic flip driven by heavy breakbeats and massive chords. It’s a diverse and truly global package.
Broken is taken from Tritonal’s latest album Painting With Dreams which debuted at No. 1 on the iTunes Dance Chart. The duo bring their US tour supporting the record to a close this weekend, with incredible reactions at every gig they have played so far.
Tritonal & Jenaux ft. Adam Lambert ‘Broken (Remixes)’ is out November 4 on Enhanced Recordings.
Buy/listen to all remixes here.