Between moonlighting as bloggers for HuffPost Entertainment, remixing the likes of Bruno Mars, Capital Cities, Nicky Romero and Icona Pop and touring the world DJ'ing, New York-based production trio Cash Cash somehow find time to make lots of new music. Dance music fans have already heard some of it, including Krewella's current single, "Live for the Night," and Cash Cash's own "Take Me Home," which was used in MTV promos during the VMAs and pretty much every single other show on the network.
They're back with more, though. The "Overtime" EP, released Tuesday, sees the trio showing off. There's the ethereal festival bounce of "Satellites," the playground call-and-response of "Overtime," the ambitiously robotic "Kiss the Sky" and the skittering near-dubstep of "Hideaway." Then there is, of course, the impressively radio-ready "Take Me Home" (featuring Bebe Rexha) and Kerli-collaboration "Here and Now," which feels like a punched-up remix of itself and makes ample use of a water drop.
The "Overtime" EP is out now on Big Beat and is available in iTunes.