Sleepy Tom -- born Cam Tatham in Squamish, British Columbia -- spun a brand of deep house befitting of the '90s on his debut EP, The Currency. Released in early 2013 on Fool's Gold Records, the four-song release thumped and throbbed like Disclosure (with just a bit more stank on the kick) and packed enough bombastic excitement for the festival scene, much like forebears Justice and Skrillex. The Vancouver-based producer and DJ went on to remix tracks for some of the heavier hitters of the EDM scene at that time, like Zeds Dead, Martin Solveig, and Diplo, who would collaborate with Sleepy Tom to score a U.K. hit ("Be Right There") in 2015.
Cam Tatham, known by his stage name Sleepy Tom, is a Canadian DJ and music producer. He released his first EP The Currency on Fool's Gold Records in March 2013. The music video for lead track, "The Currency", debuted on Rolling Stone's website. In August 2014, he played at the fifth annual Squamish Valley Music Festival. He has remixed tracks for Diplo and Anna Lunoe, among many others.Read More on Wiki
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