Music is an integral part of travel, it's the soundtrack to our journey

Music is an essential component of traveling: it’s the soundtrack to our journeys. Listening to a song immediately throws us back to the time and place you heard it for the first time, evoking some of your best memories.

Cream Music presents a roster of original beats from around the globe, featuring up-and-coming as well as established producers of today’s musical movements.

Download our exclusive mixes and get ready to take off!

  • New York-based DJ and party organizer Nash is a well-known character in the City’s electronic music scene. His sets bring to our ears groovy and bouncy deep house beats. For Cream Music he created an original podcast that blends sounds from the 80s and 90s with jazzy, ethnic and old school house tunes.
    https://soundcloud.com/nashnyc

  • Artbeats is a project between Creamhotel and non-profit organization Parties4Peace. Within its 10 years of existence Parties4Peace organized many electronic music parties around the world, featuring some of the most important DJs/producers in the industry. Some of them will now create original podcasts for Creamhotel’s recording studio. Creamhotel is proud to showcase artworks from some of its international visual artists as the covers of the podcasts for the Artbeat series. For the volume 3, Chilean, New York-based DJ producer Christian Alexander is at the turntables and Australian artist Mike Maka on the cover… Enjoy!

  • Nicola Zanatta

    Cadenza meets Planet e with Verboten at Mamitas - BPM 2015

    Not only a resident DJ at Verboten Club in Williamsburg (BK), but also a well known banger of the New York techno scene, Nicola Zanatta has played in clubs of the caliber of Space Ibiza NYC, Provocateur NY and Sankeys Ibiza among others. At the decks Nicola likes to drop bouncy, tech-house tunes that, combined with his contagious positive vibe, make the crowds have the best, fun times. This podcast was recorded during his opening set for the Cadenza and Planet E party at Mamitas Beach Club during BPM festival 2015, in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Warm up your winter with this hot mix straight from the Caribbean!

  • Artbeats is a project between creamhotel and non-profit organization Parties4Peace. Within its 10 years of existence Parties4Peace organized many electronic music parties around the world, featuring some of the most important djs/producers in the industry. Some of them will now create original podcasts for creamhotel’s recording studio. Creamhotel is proud to showcase artworks from some of its international visual artists as the covers of the podcasts for the artbeat series. For the volume 3, Chilean-based producer Galo Akun is at the turntables and Italian artist Karen Fitzgerald on the cover… Enjoy!

  • O. bee

    Funk Infusion

    A regular in the Istanbul music scene, O.BEE takes the audience on a unique journey with his widespread track selection, knowing that nothing makes the dancer smirk more than a sleazy sexy guitar riff. Blending seductive funk and disco with psychedelic grooves and hypnotic bass drums there’s one thing he is known for and that’s moving a dancefloor. Residing in Brooklyn at the moment, O.BEE has manned the decks at several parties around town and is the resident of ‘Disco Before Sunset (DBS)’.
  • Artbeats is a project between creamhotel and non-profit organization Parties4Peace. Within its 10 years of existence Parties4Peace organized many electronic music parties around the world, featuring some of the most important djs/producers in the industry. Some of them will now create original podcasts for creamhotel’s recording studio. Creamhotel is proud to showcase artworks from some of its international visual artists as the covers of the podcasts for the artbeat series. For the volume 2, New York-based DJ Michael Christopher (Cityfox) is at the turntables and Italian artist Laura Palmieri on the cover… Enjoy!

  • Artbeat is a project that seals a new collaboration between creamhotel and non-profit organization Parties4Peace. Within its 10 years of existence Parties4Peace organized many electronic music parties around the world, featuring some of the most important djs/producers in the industry. Some of them will now create original podcasts for creamhotel’s recording studio. Creamhotel is proud to showcase artworks from some of its international visual artists as the covers of the podcasts for the artbeat series. For the volume 1, Marco Latrach from Chile is at the turntables and Italian street artist 2501 on the cover… Enjoy!

  • Steven Guberek

    Feetless

    Steven Guberek, born music addict, has been DJing for the past 12 years.  This time he has managed to create a relevant name for himself in Bogota electronic music scene. Since 2010, Steven produces his own events as resident DJ at La Puerta Grande, a renowned club and restaurant at Bogota’s park 93. In October, that same year, he creates his recurring party: ILOVEBOOGIE specialized in nu disco and deep house. In 2011, Steven becomes La Puerta Grande’s musical programmer, since then, it’s one of Bogota’s leading live music and nightlife venues, offering a wide variety of events and music for all tastes.

     

    Now ILOVEBOOGIE is a recognized monthly party, dedicated to promoting a specific sound, and certainly as one of Bogota’s main events in the electronic music scene on a global scale.

     

    Steven has also stood out for his participation in organizing and promoting vents alongside MORPH, an important and popular underground electronic music promoting and producing company. Because of his outstanding work as a dj, he is frequently invited to play massive shows, opening and closing for artists such as Bajofondo Tango Club, LCD Soundsystem or Cut Copy amongst others. Throughout the years, Steven has been able to maintain his love and passion for vinyl, and today continues to play his sets entirely under this format.

     

  • Chalk (Pelvic Thrust)

    for creamhotel

    While most 20-year-olds are stuck in school or working their way through some shitty desk job, Kairo Gudino stalks record stores and thrift shops as he builds an unstoppable brand. He possesses the kind of talent that makes people give artists everything they need — money, food, plane tickets, a place to stay — just so the magic can keep flowing. You might have seen him on fliers as Chalk.; playing shows at Bardot, Purdy Lounge, the Vagabond amongst others.  This sleeper star has enough old-school house, funk, disco, hip-hop, and rock records to fill a boutique. His style is smooth, reminiscent of the golden age of soulful house, as if the aura of the ’90s era into which he was born tattooed itself on his brain.  This year, he got elected Best New Talent by the Miami New Times.

  • Brenn & Cesar

    Sour Cream Deep Mix

    A family affair is turning heads on the French electronic music radar. Brenn & Cesar, two brothers born and raised in Paris, musicians since childhood, are regular fixtures on the City of Lights’ boiling club and underground music scene. Inspired by their Caribbean origins, hard hitting Berlin techno and UK house influences, the duo has created a unique signature groove and dual stage identity, feeding off one another during their dance driven live sets. Residents at the clandestine 12 club parties, the brothers have shared the decks with artists such as Gary Beck, DJ Deep and Marco Bailey among others. Their first EP is set for release at the end of 2013.

  • MATEO

    Bitches and Cream

    After his first podcast for creamhotel  Sunset Cream Check-In, Mateo is back behind the turntables, in solo this time, and  made this exclusive mix for creamhotel…

    Originally from Colombia but currently residing in Brooklyn New York,  Mateo has stablished  his love for electronic music since the year 2005 when the underground New York scene was taking place. Not until about five years ago did he get serious about it and became resident dj of Autobrennt playing music at venues in manhattan and brooklyn and opening up for leading dj’s such as voices of black and no artificial colours.  He leans towards a dark and melancholic selection of deep house music which can be heard in his sets or his recorded mixes.

  • Francisco Allendes (Parties 4 Peace)

    Patagonica Podcast VOL 5

    Parties 4 Peace presents Patagonica Podcast VOL 5 featuring Francisco Allendes, the first Chilean producer to form part of the Patagonica Collective and travel with P4P to Tokyo, Japan for a fourteen day tour of the island country. Currently living in Ibiza, Francisco is producing music in his studio while being inspired by the beauty of the nature around him. With his unique blend of music, he consistently provides the dance floor with plenty of groove.
    Parties 4 Peace aims to raise awareness about important environmental issues through our events with the Patagonica Collective, working together with local NGOs and producers in Chile to protect the pristine nature in Patagonia and declare the region a World Heritage SIte recognized by UNESCO. Our next tour of Chile, South America will be with DJ MOCA, the newest female member of the Patagonica Collective from Tokyo, Japan.
  • Siler and Dima (Popcorn Records)

    It's Better With Cream

    Latest addition to the Parisian music scene, Siler & Dima are complete artists with a fine tuned ear. A core element to the young record label Popcorn. Siler & Dima made their first steps as DJs by experimenting with hip hop, funk, house then techno to end up playing in some of the capital’s biggest clubs. Their dynamic and catchy DJ sets were played in clubs such as Showcase in Paris or Wood club in brussels. They have already featured in big European festivals such as the SONAR in Barcelona, C/O Pop Festival in Cologne, Kudos Festival in Romania and they have become very liked artists.

  • Memek

    Memek presents: The Dairy Way

    Memek presents: The Dairy Way” is a funky hybrid mix… prefect for an endless summer.

    After years of mastering his DJ skills in his grandfathers kitchen, Juan Ayerbe a.k.a Memek flew off to New York where through extensive techno tourism he got to begin playing in small bars around town.
    This led to something he would never imagine; he landed a residency at NYC legendary underground parties called Minimo, early 00′s. 

    Having exploited his skills to much extent  and played all over the world, Juan decided it was time to master the production assets to his music.  After a few trips back and forth between New York and Bogota, he met his current partner in crime Steinlausky and formed the duo Mavidip and Seintlausky, a mix of slow electronic beats and dark sounding, ominous vocals.
  • Eeah Kaiju (Space 4, DiskoNoir NYC)

    Cosmic Cream Cut

    Eeah picked up interest in mixing music as a kid in the 80′s, when she was introduced to dual-cassette deck cut mixing & recording by a visiting DJ cousin.  But didn’t start DJ/Producing until the mid 90′s in the Seattle rave scene. Obsessed with the versatility and dynamics of electronic sounds & music, Eeahdedicated herself to learning everything she could from friends and by experimenting with Module (sequencing) Trackers to pirating sounds to sample on PCs she built from spare parts.
    DJing & Producing under various pseudonyms – having DJ’d everything from goth clubs, art shows, trailblazing outlaws to the Union Square Diesel store. Kaiju is consistently pushing personal boundaries and skills by experimentation and never settling in on one style or scene, remaining an independent force for the sake of her interest in music.
  • Adrian Gee (Washin Mashin)

    The Soul In My Cream

    Born in 1988 in Cherbourg (FR) , Adrien OZOUF starts his passion for music with his love for skateboarding and video editing. Hip hop , trip hop, pop, rock and drum&bass follow him since the beginning. Turntable addiction came at the university where he studied design and postproduction in 2007. Adrien Is today into Deep-House Tech-House , Techno and Minimal.  He moved later to Paris and met some DJ’s like Piksel (Jules Chatillon) and Olivier therond (Lezit) or Tone2 (Antonin Despins) from this friendship came out an association: WASHIN MASHIN . One love for them: make you wet on their music.

  • Connie (ReSolute)

    Cream Catching In Canoa - Part 2

    Connie is back to our recording studio for the part 2 of Cream Catching In Canoa, deep and really sexy…Enjoy !!

    Born and raised in Queens, NY, Connie broke into DJing in 2002, quickly becoming a major contributor to the city’s underground scene. With a deep fluid mix of forward thinking 4/4 styles and a precise rhythmic sensibility that flows from her alter ego as a thumping rock drummer.
    Whether it is as resident DJ for Resolute, one of NYC’s hottest roving parties, or in her global travels from Brazil to Moscow to Barcelona, Connie’s natural talent and tireless dedication to her craft have earned her turns alongside a litany of techno’s most hyped, whom she regularly but humbly outshines. Riding on a stream of milestones that includes a 1st prize showing in the 2006 Village Voice spinoff contest (Landing her a spot at Ultrafest), hotly tipped opening slots at the infamous Sunday School For Degenerates event at WMC 2007 & 2009, and an appearance at Canada’s biggest techno party, Piknic Electronik in 2008, Connie’s profile is steadily on the rise.

    Never one to rest, Connie uses her own success to inspire other women to enter the male-dominated world of DJing. To date she has privately trained 15 students and in partnership with Halcyon, ran “Ladies Night”, a weekly showcase for up-and-coming female DJ talent.

  • Connie (ReSolute)

    Cream Catching In Canoa - Part 1

    Born and raised in Queens, NY, Connie broke into DJing in 2002, quickly becoming a major contributor to the city’s underground scene. With a deep fluid mix of forward thinking 4/4 styles and a precise rhythmic sensibility that flows from her alter ego as a thumping rock drummer.
    Whether it is as resident DJ for Resolute, one of NYC’s hottest roving parties, or in her global travels from Brazil to Moscow to Barcelona, Connie’s natural talent and tireless dedication to her craft have earned her turns alongside a litany of techno’s most hyped, whom she regularly but humbly outshines. Riding on a stream of milestones that includes a 1st prize showing in the 2006 Village Voice spinoff contest (Landing her a spot at Ultrafest), hotly tipped opening slots at the infamous Sunday School For Degenerates event at WMC 2007 & 2009, and an appearance at Canada’s biggest techno party, Piknic Electronik in 2008, Connie’s profile is steadily on the rise.

    Never one to rest, Connie uses her own success to inspire other women to enter the male-dominated world of DJing. To date she has privately trained 15 students and in partnership with Halcyon, ran “Ladies Night”, a weekly showcase for up-and-coming female DJ talent.

  • VADIM SVOBODA (Make Sense)

    LIVE

    Vadim is a parisian DJ based in Berlin. He got into music at a very young age by playing piano and traveling with his parents since his early age to …Ibiza… easy to understand how he got so quickly got into electronic music.

    From New York where is performed his famous full-analog live set to Berlin where he started his own label: Makesense, Vadim keeps amazing us with great performances and new releases.

    We asked him for a podcast and he managed to record exclusively for creamhotel his last live set, on vinyl, at Bal Taquin, Paris.

  • LOW PITCH ORCHESTRA

    Sunset Cream Check-in

    Two friends, Carlos Mejia and Mateo Aguirre, met in New York, after years of friendship, over drink during a summer sunset, they decided to start playing music together for their closest friend, music that is feel-good, slow dance and sexy.

  • BETO CRAVIOTO

    Beto's Creamery

    Over the past year Beto Cravioto has become one of New York’s premiere DJ talents, bringing his special brand of deephouse and disco to some of the best parties in the city, including his own Kaviar Disco Club nights. His mostly vinyl DJ sets are always a treat & have impressed just about everyone. For how little time he’s been around, he’s already shared the decks with a wide range of dj’s. From Fred Falke to Tanner Ross.

    All the while Beto was impressing people on the dance floor he was quietly laboring in the studio, finding his own sound. “No Social Culture” is his first actual release so it was only natural that he teamed up with Justin Strauss and studio partner Bryan Mette (Whatever / Whatever) to bring this slow disco groover to its optimum place.

  • Momus

    No Screaming

    Momus is in Greek mythology the God of Stire, censure, writers, poets.

    Momus is also and foremost a Parisian electronic music lover, who at the age of 16 started to actively collect house records and regularly DJ in Paris, forging himself a music style falling somewhere between house and techno.

    Moving to New York in 2009, Momus pursued a sound engineer program to further develop  his electronic music knowledge and skills. Being a part of the local underground scene, Momus continuously learns and improves his DJ sets and productions, leading him to play for the biggest underground techno promoters in NYC, Black Market, Sheik’n'Beik among others.

    With original productions just around the corner, you can expect to be hearing a lot more from Momus in the years to come..

  • Celine (Sundae)

    Strawberries & Cream

    Céline curently lives in Paris after spending two and a half years in New York.
    When she arrived in New York, she bought her first pair of turntables and quickly got a residency for the monthly “Sonem” parties on the rooftop of Bar 13 on Sunday afternoon. That’s when she played along: Seth Troxler, Shaun Reeves, Bill Patrick, Italoboyz etc… to name just a few.
    Since 2009 Céline got back to Paris and organizes the “Sundae” summer outdoor parties, one of the most sought-after electronic music parties of the French capital.

Talk to us

Questions? We're here. Send us a message!

Questions, issues or concerns? I'd love to help you!

Click ENTER to chat
nmd runnner nmd runnner black nmd runnner white nmd runnner grey nmd runnner gs ultra boost ultra boost black ultra boost white ultra boost grey ultra boost gs ultra boost uncaged ultra boost uncaged black ultra boost uncaged white ultra boost uncaged grey ultra boost uncaged gs yeezy boost 350 yeezy boost 350 black yeezy boost 350 white yeezy boost 350 grey yeezy boost 350 gs yeezy boost 350 v2 yeezy boost 350 v2 black yeezy boost 350 v2 white yeezy boost 350 v2 grey yeezy boost 350 v2 gs yeezy boost 750 yeezy boost 750 black yeezy boost 750 white yeezy boost 750 grey yeezy boost 750 gs
jordan retro 7 gs jordan retro 7 black jordan retro 7 white jordan retro 7 grey jordan retro 7 gs jordan retro 7 jordan 7 retro black jordan 7 retro white jordan 7 retro grey jordan 7 retro gs jordan 12 retro jordan 12 retro black jordan 12 retro white jordan 12 retro grey jordan 12 retro gs jordan 12 retro gs jordan retro 12 black jordan retro 12 white jordan retro 12 grey jordan retro 12 gs