KREAM Presents LIQUID: LAB Vol. 8 Shot On A Snowcapped Mountaintop In Norway

KREAM just dropped another incredible LIQUID: LAB set from a gorgeous mountaintop in Norway. The last LIQUID: LAB was released seven months ago, so this release has been long-awaited.

The highly produced LIQUID: LAB videos feature carefully crafted, intricately mixed sets full of deep house, progressive, and melodic masterpieces. Every mix is better than the last, with Vol. 8 mixing tracks from Camelphat, Cassian, Yotto, Le Youth, and more.

The visuals also keep improving with drone shots of the gorgeous Trollstigen Viewpoint in Norway and its snowcapped peaks. The camera flies around rocky mountains and waterfalls before stopping at KREAM’s illuminated DJ setup on the edge of a bridge.

KREAM is made up of Daniel and Markus Slettebakken, two brothers from Bergen, Norway, whose focus is on energetic dance music with an emphasis on classical songwriting. They’ve made their name with official remixes of popular songs like Dua Lipa’s “New Rules” and Hailee Steinfeld’s “Love Myself” as well as emotive originals like “Water (feat. ZOHARA)“. Their tracks regularly reach over a million listens and their talent is undeniable.

Watch the LIQUID: LAB Vol. 8 video below:

Featured image from KREAM 

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