Dreamers Delight

2017 is promising to be a huge year for Los Angeles-based producer Dreamers Delight. As the electronic brainchild of Reed Krafft, Dreamers Delight has escalated at an incredible rate across the US, and has garnered an impressive international following and significant outreach from fans. Combining the cultural influence gained from world travel and his knack for soulful, intelligently produced melodies, Krafft is leading a charged campaign that is quickly gaining momentum and turning heads throughout the electronic music world.

Dreamers Delight released his debut and sophomore EPs under Gramatik’s United States/European-based label, Lowtemp Records, and embarked on his first national tour in Fall 2015. In the short time he has been touring, he has performed at major music festivals such as Coachella, Electric Forest, Lightning In A Bottle, Camp Bisco, Envision and more; has joined internationally touring artists Big Gigantic, FKJ, Sound Remedy, Break Science, Emancipator, and others on several US dates; and has also shared the stage with artists such as Diplo, What So Not, Rufus Du Sol, 12th Planet, Mimosa and more.Krafft has garnered a significant following online, amassing over 4 million combined streams on Spotify, Soundcloud and YouTube between his original productions and remixes.

Dreamers Delights long-awaited debut LP “Ethereal Moments” is due out this fall, a self release that will embody Krafft’s growth as a producer.

“Dreamers Delight… weaves a middle road between reality and a transcendental fantasy – beautiful, uplifting and euphoric,” says Magnetic Magazine.

“The music that I’m working on is representative of my unique experience, which makes it a little different than what’s being put out elsewhere,” says Krafft. “There’s raw energy flowing, uplifting feels, and melodies that are meant to push you to a point of reflection – of oneself, the world and universe around us. My vision is to have my music reflect a clear divide and refreshing break from the norm.”




Dreamers Delight (Live) @ The Fillmore Auditorium Recap

It was a honor to play with the funk masters Lettuce last weekend at The Fillmore Auditorium! It was the first time I got to play with my 7 piece band and it was too much fun! Huge shout out to Todd Stoops on the keys, Colby Buckler on the drums, Ryan Mahrer on the guitar, Clark Smith on sax, Mark Wilkolak on trombone, and Matthew Allen Wilkolak on trumpet! Excited to play with these guys again shortly in a city near you! Hope everyone has a spooky halloween!! 😈👻🧟‍♀️🎃📹: Terrestrial Media

Posted by Dreamers Delight on Tuesday, October 31, 2017