Friday [3.17] – KREAM, Arman Cekin, Dante Klein @ Avalon
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KREAM – Made up of two brothers from Bergen, Norway, KREAM is a project focused on energetic dance music with an emphasis on classic songwriting. Daniel and Markus Slettebakken began producing at a young age, each developing their own role in the process. The pair quickly found a home at Big Beat/Atlantic where they’ve been releasing numerous originals including “Love You More, “Another Life” featuring Mark Asari, and their latest single “Taped Up Heart” featuring Swedish singer Clara Mae. “Taped Up Heart” has already garnered over 55 million streams on Spotify, reaching the Top 100 tracks streaming Globally and in the US. Originally discovered through their popular remixes, the duo has already seen many reach streams in the multi-millions, racking up 50+ million plays on SoundCloud alone.
Arman Cekin – No Bio Available
Dante Klein – With his initial release on Spinnin Records in 2015 “Ertesuppe”, the young DJ/Producer phenom, Dante Klein burst onto the scene. The track was quickly featured in Pete Tong’s radio show along with those of Avicii, Watermat & The Magician. Collabs followed with Sam Feldt, along with remixes for Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Kim Churchill. Now with 2016 in full swing, Dante Klein is about to ‘turn on’ the world with his latest release featuring the LA group Cheat Codes. Dante always had an interest in everything musical, dating back to the pots and pans jam sessions he had together with his sister during childhood. Those ‘instruments’ soon gave way to a real piano and the first compositions were born. At the early age of 10 he got hold of DJ equipment and and his life’s passion was discovered. Dante soon followed suit with producer software, and then went on to finetune his skills at the renowned Herman Brood Music Academy in the Netherlands, from which he has since graduated. Now, still only 20 years old, Dante Klein is setting things alight in quick succession. Shortly after his highlight performance at Tomorrowland 2015, he was asked to remix “Higher Place”, the groovy # 1 Billboard dance track by Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike & Ne-Yo. This was quickly followed by a brooding collaboration with Sam Feldt & Belgian singer Milow, “Feels Like Home”, which became the focus track of Feldt’s EP. All this has led to the biggest release to date – “Let Me Hold You (Turn Me On)” had been secretly gaining global traction on Spotify as an ID track, with more than 2.000.000 streams before its official “reveal” on June 29th. First week of August it hit 40 million, reaching a number 48 position on the Spotify Global charts and the track keeps on going strong. This rework of Kevin Lyttle’s hit features the succesful LA based Cheat Codes who are currently also enjoying a world-wide hit with “Sex”.