Norwegian dance act CLMD began as a duo of childhood friends Carl Louis and Martin Danielle. They made a splash in 2010 with "The Message," a track supported by the Rising Music label that was also charted by Axwell, one of the producers' inspirations.
They crossed over with remixes of tracks by Bruno Mars ("Just the Way You Are") and Estelle ("Fall in Love"), released a 12" on Steve Angello's Size label, established a boutique label through Sony, and scored major hits with "Black Eyes and Blue" and “The Stockholm Syndrome”, the latter of which went platinum several times over in Norway. In 2014, following the release of "Wild Men," Louis opted to leave in pursuit of a solo career. Danielle returned to the charts with “Dust” featuring the vocals of electropop princess Astrid S. In 2017 CLMDs long awaited studio album saw the light of day. The project is a complete illustration of Martins many visions and talents. The album will also feature exciting rendezvous with artists close to Martins heart, like Astrid S, Alida, Justine Skye, Skinny Days and Frøder and many more. The album title, “Phases”, is a nod towards Martins own progression, both musically and personally.With a fan base which consists of giants like Tiësto, David Guetta, Steve Angello, Axwell and Ingrosso, SEEB and many, many more, CLMD by Martin Danielle is still one of the most exciting projects currently present on the electronic music scene.