Wake
by Chrome Sparks

— Released 7th March 2017 on Counter Records

"Wake" is the new single from Brooklyn-based Chrome Sparks. “Wake” highlights Chrome Sparks penchant for creating florid orchestral electronica that can turn on a dime into an explosive beat.

"Wake" is being released via Counter Records and marks Chrome Sparks first piece of new music since last Fall's "All Or Nothing" single. 

Chrome Sparks (Jeremy Malvin) first burst into electronic music consciousness in 2012 with "Marijuana," a Bandcamp compilation track turned Intern...

"Wake" is the new single from Brooklyn-based Chrome Sparks. “Wake” highlights Chrome Sparks penchant for creating florid orchestral electronica that can turn on a dime into an explosive beat.

"Wake" is being released via Counter Records and marks Chrome Sparks first piece of new music since last Fall's "All Or Nothing" single. 

Chrome Sparks (Jeremy Malvin) first burst into electronic music consciousness in 2012 with "Marijuana," a Bandcamp compilation track turned Internet phenomenon (organically rocketing to #1 on HypeMachine and racking up over 18 million cumulative streams to date). Since then he's released three EPs via Future Classic (including subsequent breakthrough track "Moonraker"), remixed Chet Faker, Porter Robinson, Fred Falke and Blackbird Blackbird among others, and played sold out shows throughout North America, Australia, New Zealand and Asia. 

Along the way he's converted a legion of supporters to his deftly hybridized sound, including Pitchfork, Dancing Astronaut, Indie Shuffle, and FADER. He can also count  Annie Mac and Triple J as supporters on radio and fellow music-making champions in Bonobo, Laurent Garnier and Anna Lunoe. His classical training in percussion lends a strong beat-centricity to his productions, and his background playing in bands manifests itself in carefully considered live performances.

Wake
by Chrome Sparks

— Released 7th March 2017 on Counter Records

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"Wake" is the new single from Brooklyn-based Chrome Sparks. “Wake” highlights Chrome Sparks penchant for creating florid orchestral electronica that can turn on a dime into an explosive beat.

"Wake" is being released via Counter Records and marks Chrome Sparks first piece of new music since last Fall's "All Or Nothing" single. 

Chrome Sparks (Jeremy Malvin) first burst into electronic music consciousness in 2012 with "Marijuana," a Bandcamp compilation track turned Intern...

"Wake" is the new single from Brooklyn-based Chrome Sparks. “Wake” highlights Chrome Sparks penchant for creating florid orchestral electronica that can turn on a dime into an explosive beat.

"Wake" is being released via Counter Records and marks Chrome Sparks first piece of new music since last Fall's "All Or Nothing" single. 

Chrome Sparks (Jeremy Malvin) first burst into electronic music consciousness in 2012 with "Marijuana," a Bandcamp compilation track turned Internet phenomenon (organically rocketing to #1 on HypeMachine and racking up over 18 million cumulative streams to date). Since then he's released three EPs via Future Classic (including subsequent breakthrough track "Moonraker"), remixed Chet Faker, Porter Robinson, Fred Falke and Blackbird Blackbird among others, and played sold out shows throughout North America, Australia, New Zealand and Asia. 

Along the way he's converted a legion of supporters to his deftly hybridized sound, including Pitchfork, Dancing Astronaut, Indie Shuffle, and FADER. He can also count  Annie Mac and Triple J as supporters on radio and fellow music-making champions in Bonobo, Laurent Garnier and Anna Lunoe. His classical training in percussion lends a strong beat-centricity to his productions, and his background playing in bands manifests itself in carefully considered live performances.

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