Secrets, One More Round, Scare Me, Bombay Dreams, Tsunami
Under the new name, they released the EP Initio, fusing a variety of influences in house, electro, reggae, and dub. Their first major success came in 2013 with the track “Tsunami,” a collaboration with DJ and producer Borgeous, released on Sander van Doorn’s label Doorn Records. The single went to the top of the Dutch charts and was also a major success in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, climbing into the Top 20. A remix that featured Tinie Tempah, titled “Tsunami (Jump),” went to number one in the U.K.
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Beautiful DisasterAs they issued additional singles across 2014 and 2015 — including “Gold Skies” with van Doorn and Martin Garrix, and “Voodoo” with Jay Hardway — they continued to raise their profile on the global festival circuit as performers and DJs. They were slotted at number 16 on the DJ Mag Top 100 list in 2015 and held a residency at the popular dance venue Hakkasan in Las Vegas, as well as staging their own Mount Woozy Festival in Toronto. In late 2016, the pair issued Beautiful Disaster, a six-song EP that featured appearances by Juicy J, CMC$, and Stella Rio. The following year, the duo issued a handful of singles, including ones with rapper Belly (“You Found Me”), Steve Aoki and 2 Chainz (“Without U”), CMC$ (“Parallel Lines” and “Not Going Home”), and Blackbear (“IDWK”). In 2018, they issued the track “Listen Closely” featuring SAFE, followed a year later by “Somebody Like You” with Saro. James Pearce~(allmusic..com)