Tritonal and Cash Cash’s Untouchable Tour Storms into Washington, DC’s Echostage (Event Review)

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Tritonal and Cash Cash’s Untouchable tour made its way to Washington, DC the day before Halloween for a crazy party at Echostage. Joining them on this stop were LA trap producers gLAdiator and Dubstep genius Yogi to create one ruckus of a show.

As we walked in, gLAdiator was setting the scene with some crazy tracks blending some rap, trap, Dubstep, and future bass. They have been a duo that has been gaining a lot of headway recently within the scene and it was great to finally see them perform. Playing some of their older tracks like ‘GameCube Nintendo’ mixed with some of their new stuff like ‘Cute,’ their recent collaboration with Kittens, they were the perfect opening set to get the crowd in a frenzy. Their costumes of an “Oscar Meyer Weiner” and some “Mustard on the Beat” didn’t hurt either


Up next on the decks was Yogi. If you are not familiar with his productions, get familiar because he has been making some incredible stuff as of late. Once again combining the sounds of rap, trap, and some heavy Dubstep beats, the crowd was really feeding off of his energy. Yogi set the tone with tracks like ‘Core’ and ‘Wild’ while also bringing some of his collaborations with Pusha T to the table like his huge hit, ‘Burial.’ We were really blown away by his set and cannot wait to see what he has for us next.


Next up were the headliners; the duo of Tritonal took the stage. This was our second time seeing them, after they played a great set at Paradiso in 2014. This set was just as incredible. The duo of Dave and Chad really have the ability to create a party on the decks while bringing some emotion as well. Their setlist was one that really stood out to me, playing some of their most well known hits like ‘Now and Never’ and ‘Colors,’ combined some of their new tracks like their Chainsmokers collaboration ‘Until You Were Gone’ and a yet to be released track called ‘Blackout.’  Additionally, it was evident that the Tritonal and Cash Cash production teams worked incredibly hard to create an amazing environment for the fans at the shows with lighting, lasers, and strobes constantly stimulating your senses.



Unfortunately, due to a personal emergency, we were forced to leave the show after Tritonal’s set.  However, from what we have read about the show, it sounded like Cash Cash played another electrifying set.  We would highly suggest catching the Tritonal and Cash Cash ‘Untouchable’ tour if it is coming to a city near you!