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Exclusive Video Interview With Tritonal

When it comes to American DJs, Texas-based producers, Tritonal, rank amongst the best. Starting off as a trance act in 2007, the group soon made the move to progressive house and haven’t looked back ever since. With a loyal fanbase (who call themselves Tritonians), and countless hit singles and albums under their belts, Dave Reed and Chad Csineros are festival favorites thanks to their energetic sets and dedication to crowd engagement at each and every show.

Recently, the guys stopped by The Guvernment in Toronto for another exciting concert. Setting the crowd on fire with tracks like “Now or Never,” “Colors,” “Anchor” and more, Chad and Dave put on a memorable performance that won’t soon leave the minds of those who were lucky enough to catch them.

Before they got on stage though, I was lucky enough to catch up with the duo for a quick interview. Taking place in a makeshift green room,
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Safety First for Anubhav Sinha’s ‘Warning 3D’

The characters in Anubhav Sinha’s soon-to-be-released Warning 3D may have not paid heed to the warnings, but the producer sure did take heavy precautions during the shoot of this edge-of-the-seat survival film.

Shot in Fiji, the unpredictable deep cloudy waters tell a different story about the deceptive tranquillity of Pacific Ocean. Having at least 35 different species of sharks swimming and the dangerous currents of the Fijian waters, Anubhav Sinha took every safety measure possible understanding well that the perils of the underwater world cannot be taken for granted.

The actors could shoot only for a certain number of hours in a day in accordance to the time and temperature of the water so they wouldn’t fall sick. Dave Judge (action director) and Tack Baldwin, responsible for the safety of the actors, were called in from UK. Nat Geo’s Ken, who is a shark handler, was also roped
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