Following on the success of their breakout single "Taped Up Heart," KREAM shares an all new remix package via Big Beat Records. Featuring three new versions from Lash, DISTO, and Joe Mason. Check out the premiere of Lash's remix on This Song Is Sick.
As "Taped Up Heart" passes the 40 million mark on Spotify, KREAM releases their first official music video for the hit single. Directed by Samy Mosher, the video was premiered by Magnetic Mag, read more here.
KREAM's "Taped Up Heart" featuring Clara Mae continues to gain momentum as it passes 5 million streams on Spotify. Along with adds to Teen Party, Cardio, Fresh Electronic, Pop Rising, and more, Spotify has added "Taped Up Heart" to their most followed playlist, Today's Top Hits. Out now on Big Beat.
KREAM's latest remix is of fellow Norwegian musician Astrid S' breakout hit "Hurts So Good." Out today on Universal.
Following the release of their debut singles "Another Life" and "Love You More," KREAM are back with "Taped Up Heart" featuring Swedish singer Clara Mae. Out now on Big Beat, the single has been featured on Spotify's Global New Music Friday, international NMF playlists (Canada, Deutschland, Finland, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and UK) and Apple Music's Best of the Week Pop, Future Bets Pop, A-List Dance, Global Dance, and Breaking Dance/EDM playlists. In addition to early support from Sam Feldt, R3HAB, and Thomas Gold, "Taped Up Heart" was premiered today on YourEDM.
Treasure Fingers "has put his golden touch on the new single from Indian Summer. With his remix, he manages to keep the integrity of the vibe intact, yet somehow displaces it enough to make it known TF was hard a work here." Read an exclusive interview on Insomniac.
Last week The Treasury played his first show ever for a Boiler Room crowd in Brooklyn. Check out the full set below.
Treasure Fingers teams up with one of the coolest labels from down under for his latest single "Raindance." Out now on Australia's Club Sweat, Lessthan3 shared the track with this to say: "Atlanta's crown jewel of club music brings us his latest pristine house groove in Raindance, a throwback cut complete with spoken-word vocals that prop up our own homestead of San Francisco."
The Treasury debuts his first remix today, a reworking of Crywolf's "Wake [E-Bow]." Out now on Okami Records.
Treasure Fingers & BOSCO kept dance floors warm all winter with "MYNE." Now their house jam gets three sweaty new remixes for summer courtesy of Soft Glas, Tony Quattro and rrotik. Out now on Fool's Gold.
KREAM's 2nd single "Another Life" featuring Mark Asari is out today on Big Beat. The new song was debuted on Triple J's Friday Night Shuffle and included on Spotify's Fresh EDM and Apple Music's Best of the Week and A-List Dance playlists. "Another Life" has received early support from Thomas Gold, Sam Feldt, Morgan Page, and Don Diablo and was premiered on YourEDM.
KREAM's latest remix has the duo reworking a song by two fellow Norwegians, Matoma and Astrid S. Their remix of "Running Out" has already received early support from Tiesto, Sam Feldt, and Don Diabo.
Treasure Fingers' latest single "Felony" is out now on Perfect Driver, included on the label's Miami Drivers 2016 compilation. "'Felony' is the perfect MMW tune. It has dark, booty bass vibes with a rusty bassline and a vocal that brings and accentuates the grooves." Read more on Nest.
KREAM shared their debut original single today "Love You More" on Big Beat. Featured on Spotify's Fresh Electronic and Apple Music's Best of the Week and A-List Dance playlists, the track is already receiving early support form Kaskade, A-Trak, Martin Garrix, Morgan Page, Nora En Pure, The Him, and more. "Love You More" is climbing on Norway, Sweden, Germany, and Finland's Viral 50 Spotify charts. Read more on Dancing Astronaut.
After an impressive string of releases on Dim Mak, San Francisco native Panic City delivers his debut EP, Up All Night. The record is a nostalgia-inducing homage to the dancefloor, starting with the bass and piano driven future house gem "5AM" featuring UK MC Kris Kiss. At the center of the EP is the title track, a collaboration with Reid Stefan featuring Mike Taylor's creamy vocals layered over chunky breakbeats and warm piano grooves. With the club-ready cut "Go Grey," Panic City displays his versatility in a fury of cowbells and hyper Dutch horn-like synths. The closing track "Future Love" is a euphoric instrumental that pays homage to contagiously good vibes and late nights out.