Bermuda Triangle was first noticed internationally when John Digweed included them on his CD mix MMII. With their debut album Mooger Fooger, Bermuda Triangle has established themselves as providers of electronic music that showcase a musical side with diversity and extensive variation in sounds and styles. Included are adventurous epic house affairs, leftfield and breakbeat collages, as well as other crossover ventures. This has made them a popular addition to DJ- and radio playlists worldwide for the past couple of years. Bermuda Triangle have just finished their second album, 33rpm due for Norway release in March 2006.
The album will be released internationally fall 2006. Judging by the first two radio singles from the upcoming album, Bermuda Triangle have moved into darker and more edgy territory. They have fused traditional song writing with fierce beats and fiery vocals, uniting pop and rock with breakbeat and house. All in all, this is quite a different Bermuda Triangle we will be experiencing.
Bermuda Triangle join forces with other musicians and vocalists both in the studio and on the road. Their upcoming album feature guest-vocalists like Agnete Maria (Animal Alpha) and Alex Moeklebust (Seigmen, Zeromancer). Bermuda Triangle myspace 2) The original was the duo of Roger and Wendy from Long Island, NY, with a debut self-titled LP in 1977. They play psychedelic folk rock. Read more on Last.fm.
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