Story by: Anand Harsh
Photo by: Brian Greenblatt (Dark Matter Photographs)
Ternion Sound has become as much a part of the fabric of The Untz Festival as pineapples and regrettable marketing tactics. While the trio has become a solid go-to in the American dubstep market, the boys are branching out into a multitude of genres, most notably closing out their headline set at The Untz this year with a solid chunk of D&B.
That being said, we love Jack Denney, Andrew Hill, and Aric Okerman for their quintessential 140 sound, and their heralded return to Deep, Dark & Dangerous, the label founded and run by TRUTH which was amongst the first to give Ternion a spotlight is received with much excitement.
On September 23, fans will get their hands on Clutch, a four-pack of tunes that sees the boys pushing the limits of their own production and the genre's boundaries to really fully explore what's all out there sonically. Today we tease fans with “Let Me Out,” a subtle and haunting tune that plays with a lot of space and atmospherics. It's a wicked fun listen, and our fans will be lining up to snag this one. Ternion's family at this point.
Pre-order Clutch from DDD.