The Young Bombs have become your favorite artist’s favorite remix artists since the project's inception in 2014. Since then, Martin and Tristan have been commissioned by some of music’s most prolific and popular artists to add a melodic twist to their original hits. From Selena Gomez to Jeremih to Christina Aguilera to Iggy Azalea, the Young Bombs have become masters at flipping pop’s biggest tracks into new, refreshing forms to keep fans engaged.
Currently holding over 50 million streams across their catalog, the Vancouver standouts consistently rack up anywhere's from one million up to eleven million plays on each remix they release. Their remixes have done so well where, in some cases, artists such as Iggy Azalea have swapped their original version for the Young Bombs remix during live performance. The duo have taken it upon themselves to test the waters in multiple genres to develop a well-rounded sonic identity throughout their works. From future bass to piano-driven house to progressive house to any combination in between, the Vancouver pair have honed in on their ability to craft the catchiest of melodies.
Across all 40 remixes, the Young Bombs’ most notable accomplishments include: their remix of Nick Jonas’ “Teacher” appeard on his studio album, X2, their remix of Kelly Clarkson’s “Dance With Me” went to #1 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic album, and their remix of Fletcher’s “War Paint” sits at more than 11 million plays on Spotify. Consistent supporters of their music include The Chainsmokers, Tiesto, Oliver Heldens, Nicky Romero, and more.
On the live front, Martin and Tristan have played some of the world’s most presitigous clubs and venues including Montreal’s New City Gas, Marquee in NYC, and Las Vegas’ Hakkasan and Omnia. Their touring resume includes direct support slots for the Chainsmokers, Galantis, Third Party, Felix Cartal, and more. With a main emphasis on music in 2016, the Young Bombs have waited long enough for the hype to stir and are gearing up to take the world by storm in 2017 both on the touring and musical fronts.