New Music: Broken (Specter Mix) [mp3]

As promised, here’s the first free download-of-the-week from the forthcoming Remergence EP… hope you enjoy it! Let us know what you think.

“Broken (Specter Mix)”:
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Edit: This file is no longer available… sorry.

Remergence EP + exclusive free downloads on the way!

Brian and I recently finished some remixes of our own tracks from Emergence,which we will be releasing at the end of September as an EP titled Remergence (get it??)… more details to follow as the date approaches.

In the meantime, we will be sharing one track from Remergence per week, for free download, right here and only here on Each download will be available for 1 week only, so if you’re not subscribed to the blog, make sure to check in with us regularly so you don’t miss one!

First up is our remix of “Broken” (feat. Amelia June), which you can find in the post immediately following this one…

Bandwidth Conference

I’m going to be at the Bandwidth Conference in San Francisco this Thursday and Friday. If you’ll be attending and want to say hi, please give me a shout.

And if you won’t be there but want to live vicariously through my experiences, make sure to check out my coverage of the event over on Hypebot later this week!

Emergence review on Rock Sellout

Music blog just posted a nice review of Emergence.

My favorite quote: “The richly layered soundscapes that Trifonic have recorded might not be the right choice to play at your neighbor’s bar mitzvah, but they’re perfect to escape from the oxidation that the modern world has a tendency of depositing.”

I really love that image. We’ll gladly take anti-oxidation over bar mitzvahs any day!

Trifonic logo t-shirts

We just added our famous logo tees to the store — at the moment we have a very limited stock, but depending on interest we may print another run soon!

Shirt details:
* black, short sleeve, lightweight cotton tees with a white logo on the front
* available in men’s/unisex and women’s styles
* $20 USD – FREE shipping anywhere in the universe

Trifonic logo tee

Emergence review on AudioScribbler


AudioScribbler posted a really nice review of Emergence on their site today.

Best quote from the review — and certainly the best description of our music I’ve heard thus far: “More trippy than a Crystal Castles fan on meth and smoother than an otter dipped in lube, Trifonic is a must listen for fans of Massive Attack, Portishead and the like, but it also appeals to those in search of a good beat to chill out to.”

Cheers to that!