New Jersey-based trio Cash Cash is something of a phenomenon. Originally a pop-punk band, the three-man group consisting of Jean Paul Makhlouf (vocals), Alex Makhlouf (keyboards, programming), and Sam Frisch (guitar) made the switch to electro-pop in 2012 and hasn’t looked back since. The group has created remixes for NERVO, Krewella, and Calvin Harris, and focuses on blending electro-dance vibes with pop anthem choruses.
The group’s newest release is a fresh and uplifting progressive/electro remix of the 2011 hit, Safe and Sound by Capital Cities. Instead of a light-hearted, easy-going dance track, the group added some big-room sounds and turned the original into a straight-up festival-style monster. Michael Jackson is an electro-pop tribute to the late, great King of Pop and features vocals made up almost entirely from MJ tracks that will have you moonwalking all over your house. Rounding out the list is their breakout 2012 hit and my personal favorite, Overtime. Heavilly influenced by french producers Justice, Daft Punk, and Madeon, Overtime is bursting at the seams with blissful, upbeat energy that will have you smiling and singing along. Cash Cash’s highly anticipated EP will be released in the near future, but for the meantime head over to the group’s Soundcloud page for more exciting tracks.