Racking up 6 x platinum sales in his native Norway, widely acclaimed producer CLMD (aka Martin Danielle) has now delivered his huge new single ‘Trouble.’ The track is a sweet slice of EDM-infused pop, serves as an ode to relationship break-ups, and follows the success of CLMD’s hugely popular hit ‘Dust’, which has already amassed over 15 million Spotify streams. Martin

CLMD (Martin Danielle) delivers well with his debut album “Phases” out on his UPNORTH recordings imprint. The joyous album is a collection of CLMD’s musical endeavor and artistic expression. Speaking of the importance of the album for his career, Martin describes how the album took over 2 years to complete and how it represents the musical journey that Martin has embarked

Undoubtedly one of the better releases of this summer of 2017, erstwhile CLMD duo's now going solo member Martin Danielle's collaboration, as he still dons the CLMD moniker, with Brooklyn based singer and songwriter Justine Skye and his fellow Norwegian rising talent Jesper Jenset, also a songwriter and singer for the collaboration, had been making waves across radio stations in Europe and overseas

We Rave You's latest premiere sources from the Norwegian genius of CLMD and harmonic vocal tones of Australian Woodes. An electronic take on Woodes' original song, the track adds a new dimension without sacrificing the soul of the atmosphere. Already primed to hold a special place in the dance music industry and its history, CLMD' distinguished sound and supporting portfolio brings with a timeless quality. After providing

CLMD will always hold a special place in the European and global electronic music scene's. Distinctive in sound, the portfolio under the name has always carried a timeless quality to it. Having impressed while at the helm of the Episode 14 of Rave You Radio, the path CLMD took in his new material was always going to be one of interest. A former

Former Norwegian duo Carl Louis & Martin Danielle have been taking the dance music world by storm for almost a decade, and have achieved global success through hits such as 'The Stockholm Syndrome', 'Black Eyes & Blue', and 'I'm Coming Home With You'. But in 2014 the duo split and Carl & Martin parted ways, with Carl focusing on his solo career

There is hardly anything that makes Ultra Miami's 2012 after-movie than the classic 'Black Eyes and Blue' track which kicks it off. Over time and tracks, CLMD had become House music's favorite duo, a title that most wouldn't take away from them despite their decision to separate into solo acts in 2014, with Martin Danielle carrying on with the CLMD moniker

Former duo of CLMD, comprising of Norwegians Carl Louis and Martin Danielle, were the name on everybody's lips when their track 'The Message' charted under 10 on the Beatport Top 100 in 2010. Since then there has been no looking backwards for them. With global hits such as 'The Stockholm Syndrome' and 'Black Eyes & Blue', the duo ensured that their names