Daniel Triana Music Reviews

Daniel Triana MUSIC

PRESS REVIEWS:

“The Color of Sound” by Daniel TriAna is an exciting and sometimes strange journey into the world of electronic/ambient/techno sound. The CD contains songs that range from short ambient soundscapes to longer driving house/techno/dance pieces. The music is sometimes aggressive, sometimes soothing, sometimes gothic-flavored, sometimes experimental, but always creative, fresh, and modern. Share the vision of Daniel Triana on “The Color of Sound”.

What the press has said about “The Color of Sound”: “I definitely liked this CD … The feel/atmosphere of the music and vocals reminded me of Bauhaus, with a more techno/industrial/ambient flavor … I could see this as a tasty addition to MTV’s AMP show … beautifully layered … very very fine instrumentals … Daniel TriAna could be the American equivalent of Orbital or future Sound of London … the man’s lyrics are wonderful …” – Underground Sound / Camille Juiana

“Very danceable in a Kraftwerk/NIN vein” – Bite Me! / J.

“Daniel TriAna has many different elements to his music … at times it sounds like synth pop, German Electro, House, Ambient.” – Virus / Mike Moran

“Experiments with several different sounds and styles of electronic music, from ambient electronic soundscapes to more aggressive electro … danceable beats … while the music retains a semi-dark nature to it … most bands would reserve this diversity for a side project or another album … TriAna’s music is strong, unique, and subtly addicting.” – The Industrial Bible / Dave

“… ambient soundscapes … coldwave tunnels … and techno madness … I really loved this … a 10 of 10.” – Rivets / Jason

“… bright electronics with a hint of gothic, new wave and dance sensibilities … great upbeat and fun electronics tempered by introspective and romantic lyrics … The Color of Sound is overflowing with colorful and cool music that shows a lot of potential.” – Outburn Magazine / Octavia

“This CD makes one call for the early days when techno was just that — techno. Every bit of this CD is electronically generated, and that’s the beauty of it. Vocals are very nicely recorded and fit in perfectly with the music. Fans of early Depeche Mode and Front 242 type of things will like this. In fact if you are a fan of those aforementioned bands I recommend picking up this CD ‘cos it’s superior to both. Highly recommended to fans of the genre.” – Gajoob Magazine / Gregg Church

“For some reason it blows my mind that anyone or any band can still be creative after over two decades making music but that’s just what New Jersey born Daniel Triana is doing! I happened upon his particular brand of dark, cinematic Electro music via ReverbNation.

My Thoughts/Initial Impression:

I guess it’s the quirky Industrial flavor to his music that grips me, and the fact that one person can be responsible for the creation of music that immediately transports me to a world of action movie sequences and insane drama!

It’s little wonder that he cites Joy Division, Depeche Mode, Portishead and Massive Attack among others! Triana is quite the inspiration I gotta tell ya! Including a Gothic/Alternative band called Bellas Artes prior to his solo career, Triana has worked on many projects. He is definitely at the reigns only enlisting a few guest members when need be.

Reminds Me of:

Depeche Mode, Front 242, Ladytron” / Jason – Legionaire Jukebox

 

 

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Daniel Triana music bio

Electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Trilab

Daniel Triana music bio

Electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://danieltriana.com/

synthpop

DanielTriana.com

Electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://danieltriana.com/

DanielTriana.com

Electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://danieltriana.com/

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Opening Shop: Industrial Home Leases

Opening your very first store or a shop in a brand-new location can be a demanding process. There is so much to think of, starting with your marketing communication and your storefront branding.At Vesper Real estate,

we value that you have actually got a lot to plan and organize. For that reason, we want to take the hassle out of finding the ideal organization home for lease and motivate service owners!We typically deal with clients who are unsure about how to

get the very best possible lease contract for their new retail service. Below, we have actually assembled a few of our favorite pointers we offer tenants about their industrial property lease. Why is a shop lease confusing?A great deal of new business owners recognize with residential lease contracts and incorrectly assume that a shop lease

works according to the very same principles

. However, there are some mention-worthy distinctions that you need to keep in mind as you prepare to open your store.Indeed, consumer laws apply to the domestic lease and are created to safeguard the occupant. Industrial leases don’t follow the exact same guidelines. As a result, they can use more room for negotiations.It is

reasonable for new business owners to feel overloaded by the prospect of negotiating your lease terms. We, at Vesper Realty, can serve as an intermediary between property owners and renters. We provide a complete set of services to both landlords and

renters to make sure safe, fair, and legally-binding completion for your transaction.We can not emphasize this enough: Prospective renters require to approach the process of trying to find an industrial property lease with an open mind. The nature of a business lease enables you to think about the regards to each home rental and state the conditions and benefits you desire.

Simply put, you don’t require to sign a lease draft without working out the best terms for your business.Is there just one kind of industrial property lease?The working out process varies significantly depending on the kind of shop lease. Each lease specifies how regular monthly payments are calculated and which costs fall under the responsibility of the renter and the proprietor. Consequently, the initial step for securing commercial

areas for lease that fulfill your budget plan criteria and your needs is to comprehend exactly what is open for negotiations.You can stumble upon different kinds of leases that have special functions and cost divisions.Single net lease and net lease: In this lease, the tenant pays property tax and utilities. The property manager covers upkeep, repairs, and insurance coverage costs.The Net-net, or double net lease: The tenant pays insurance premiums for the structure, property tax, and energies. The property manager is responsible for upkeep and repairs.The triple

net lease: In this constellation, the occupant organizes all expenses related to the building, other than

for structural repairs that fall onto the landlord.The complete gross and modified net/gross lease: The tenant and property manager divided all the costs between them, consisting of structural repair work, property tax, residential or commercial property insurance coverage, common area upkeep, and energies. The split is called the base lease.

In a gross lease, the property owner picks up most of the operating costs, while the customized lease provides a fairer division.The percentage lease: It

is a popular arrangement for a store lease that includes paying a percentage of the monthly sales volumes on top of the base rent.Another term to consider that can impact your earnings as a retail entrepreneur is whether you acquire unique or permitted usage in a neighborhood market or shopping mall. Exclusive use suggests that rivals are left out from the retail space.Understanding the business lease statutes A lease includes numerous terms that can affect your service development and presence.The rent structure, aka just how much you have to pay per month and just how much you can expect the lease to increase every duration, is the most critical component. It will assist you identify your spending plan and find out whether the store lease is viable.The lease period can also make a big difference. For example, a long-lasting lease can show dangerous for a brand-new business, while a short-term commercial property lease can be more flexible.If you

are uncertain about company costs and obligations, your negotiation procedure need to clarify who organizes the following costs: Property taxes Insurance Security Parking Regional annoyance laws Utilities Repairs Adjustments made to the interior or exterior of the area Upkeep Also, be sure to consider additional terms that could be damaging to your retail

business.Non-disturbance agreement ensures you can remain in the space if the landlord fails to pay their home mortgage; Holdover lease limits the lease boost after the expiration of the lease; Transfer structure permits you to either sublet

some space or move the whole lease to a new occupant if you want to leave the space.Negotiating industrial spaces for lease Negotiating your store lease can be tough. We often recommend

renters to: Negotiate more than one

place

at the exact same time Request a treatment duration during which they can

correct

concerns for breaching the lease, such as being late on payments Negotiate a complimentary lease period as a new shop lease Negotiate readily available perks Ask a knowledgeable agent to negotiate on their behalf Negotiate

a longer lease term for much better base lease Add a sublease or co-tenancy stipulation With over 25 years of

experience in Metro Detroit, Michigan, we are concentrated on both residential and business homes. We are proud to exceed and beyond to help property managers, occupants, buyers, and sellers navigate their property jobs safely.

When it concerns discovering the best service residential or commercial property for lease for your venture, you can count on us to offer quality options from our

commercial lease choice and accompany you throughout the

process.Got a question or unsure how to reach out to a potential property manager? Do not hesitate to call us or drop us a message, 586-228-3177. You can

reach us 24/7. At Vespa Real estate, we never ever let you down when you

‘re confused about commercial spaces for lease.

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Daniel Triana music bio

Electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://danieltriana.com/

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Daniel Triana music bio

Electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://danieltriana.com/