Malaa drops first single off of forthcoming ‘Illegal Mixtape Vol. 2’

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Malaa drops first single off of forthcoming ‘Illegal Mixtape Vol. 2’Malaa Charly Chivteam

The infamous masked Parisian beatmaker Malaa is back with new music. This time, we have a new original work titled, “Bling Bling.” The track is the first release off of the “Kurupt” producer’s forthcoming Illegal Mixtape Vol. 2, slated for a fall release via Tchami‘s Confession imprint. The new cut comes hot off the heels of Malaa’s 21st “Who Is Malaa” mix installment.

The track leans on playful, energetic house features, driven by vocals that propel the tune into an intricate drop capped by a barrage of bouncing synth layers. Promoting the new mixtape project underway, Malaa will be kicking off a fall tour to accompany the release. See the dates below and expect to hear this one out on the road, its a shuffle-ready crowd pleaser from front to back.

MALAA ILLEGAL TOUR 2018
OCT 11 CODA TORONTO, ON
OCT 12 1896 STUDIOS & STAGES BROOKLYN, NY
OCT 13 ECHOSTAGE WASHINGTON DC
NOV 2 RUSSELL INDUSTRIAL CENTER DETROIT, MI
NOV 3 NEW CITY GAS MONTREAL, QC
NOV 8 TO BE ANNOUNCED
NOV 9 TO BE ANNOUNCED
NOV 15 CONCOURSE PHILADELPHIA, PA
NOV 16 IRONWOOD HALL AUSTIN, TX
NOV 17 CANTON HALL DALLAS, TX
DEC 7 TO BE ANNOUNCED
DEC 8 45 EAST PORTLAND, OR
DEC 14 TO BE ANNOUNCED
DEC 15 SHOWBOX SODO SEATTLE, WA

The long-awaited Tchami x BROHUG collab ‘My Place’ is here

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For years, BROHUG, the heavy house duo out of Sweden, have been a rambunctious motif on Tchami‘s internationally acclaimed Confession label. It seems inevitable that the two entities, who share a strong affinity for rowdy, bass-driving house music, would eventually join forces under their household imprint.

Now, Confession’s ripest release is indeed Tchami and BROHUG’s “My Place,” which the BROHUG boys have been weaving into their sets for months. Uncharacteristic of both parties, “My Place” features breathy, atmospheric trap interludes, accompanied by Reece’s fluttering, distorted vocals. Hints of Tchami’s signature melodicism follow soon thereafter. This delicate segment is quickly shattered by the drop, as it erupts into BROHUG’s classic whining, stop-and-go bass parade.

Tchami x Malaa’s ‘No Redemption’ EP has arrived

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Coming off their hugely successful North American tour and an Ultra 20 main stage appearance that further solidified their collaborative venture as one of the top acts in the global arena of house, Tchami and Malaa have finally delivered on their highly-anticipated EP, No Redemption.

The French house maestros previously released a few tracks off the project — “The Sermon,” “Summer 99,” and “Kurupt“— along with a “No Redemption” tour remix pack. The new EP arrives one month before the pair head to San Francisco for a sold-out show at Bill Graham Civic Center, followed by another performance at Colorado’s legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater, and an EDC Las Vegas appearance on May 20th.

Through the audacious originality of Tchami’s Confession label, Tchami x Malaa have managed to amass an international congregation of house fanatics through their diversity and style, which utilizes mind-bending religious imagery over a unique blend of future house and bass music. Their sheer clout on the international stage has made their “No Redemption” project one of the top acts to see in 2018.

Malaa and Tchami keep the collab storm raging with ‘Kurupt’

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For the past few months, house music’s favorite French dichotomy, Malaa and Tchami, have been touring the world, wreaking thunderous havoc from atop their elaborate, heaven-and-hell-themed stage-setup. On the production end, they have wrought musical mayhem in the form of roaring dance hits like “Summer 99” and “The Sermon.”

The duo’s latest Confession creation, “Kurupt,” is a malevolently bass-rich house anthem, aligning itself in both name and substance with Malaa’s villainous persona. Earlier in the month, the masked menace tried out the tune on his massive crowd at CRSSD Fest, and was met with wild praise.

However, the song is not without Tchami’s melodic, piano-like intonations – though they are rather subdued within the pummeling basslines of “Kurupt.”

Still to come from the production pair is their highly anticipated full-length No Redemption EP, of which a release date is still yet to be announced.

NMF roundup: new heat from Hotel Garuda, DJ Tennis, Dombresky + more

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The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed.

Manila Killa lent his dreamy style to a remix of Kailee Morgue‘s “Medusa”…

…and had a doubly productive day, as his collaborative project with Candleweather, Hotel Garuda, debuted their remix of Jai Wolf‘s “Gravity.”

Jauz‘s new imprint, Bite This, continues its hot start with a the manic dubstep track “Boss” from AFK and Carbin.

DJ Tennis puts a mysterious, melancholic spin on Tricky‘s “Running Wild.”

Zack Martino kicked the energy way up for the weekend with the release of “Hold On To Me.”

An evocation of twilight, Keys N Krates unleash the ponderous, RnB tinged “Glitter” with New Orleans-based vocalist Ambré.

Tchami‘s Confession label debuted an intriguing take on house courtesy of Movenchy and his Siamese Flamingo EP.

Dombresky and Tony Romero bring the fire with a funky, disco-infused heater, “Girls Night Out.”

Anjunadeep‘s Gallago debuted the airy “Lost Signal.”

Though LOUDPVCK is now a solo act after Ryan Marks left the duo, Kenny Beats keeps the momentum going with a hip-hop-infused trap anthem, “Jumanji” featuring Reese La Flare.

Closely following a remix of Kid Froopy‘s “Down” and an original, “You Don’t Really Know,” Ducky lightens the mood with an invigoratingly well-produced single, “Drop It.”

Gent & Jawns burst onto Monstercat by debuting a ferocious trap single, “The Meaning.”

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Tchami & Malaa deliver The Sermon of house music

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Parisian house producers Tchami aka “The Father” (of house music) and the villainously masked Malaa have released their second collaborative work this year, “The Sermon,” via Tchami’s own Confession label. The track precedes their North American, double-headlined No Redemption Tour that commences November 10.

The contrapositive pair have each been toiling away in the beat laboratory this year, with Tchami releasing his vibrant Revelations EP in August, and Malaa pumping out a slew of dark and nefarious tunes including “Contagious,” and “Hostyl,” a collab with fellow Frenchman, Dombresky.

“The Sermon” trails the saint and sinner’s bouncy, hip-hop infused “Summer ’99,” released in September, along with their tech-oriented future house hit “Prophecy,” from 2016. However, in “The Sermon,” more audible are Tchami’s jazzy nuances, especially in the bassline, with Malaa’s distinct influence in the pitched down vocal chops and warehouse texturing, most apparent in the interludes.

 

 

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Dombresky – Call 909

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Paris is home to some of the most serious names in dance music, especially the house sector: Tchami, DJ Snake, Malaa, and the up-and-coming Dombresky. The enigmatic house and electro producer is typically seen donning a dark hat and sunglasses – taking a page out of the masked Malaa’s book, whom he recently collaborated with on their eerie house track, “Hostyl.”

Dombresky has unsurprisingly released his new track “Call 909” on Tchami’s Confession label. The “Aragon” producer has released multiple collabs with Tchami himself on Confession, including “Freakin” and his solitary effort that put him on the map in 2016, “Utopia.”

“Call 909” is a groovy, unadulterated display of Domebresky’s funk and French-electro (think Daft Punk) tendencies coagulated in the form of a house track. The song’s fluttering hi-hats and glitchy guitar sampling will likely be emanating from dance floors from LA to Paris.

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Tchami and Malaa team up for 11-stop ‘No Redemption’ North American tour

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Undoubtedly leading the current revival of French house tastemaking comes two producers who are quite literally writing the trends in deep pulsating, bass forward house music. Today Tchami took to Twitter today to announce to fans the “No Redemption” North American tour alongside enigmatic house producer and fellow CONFESSION confidant, Malaa to cap off 2017.

The 11-city roll out will grace major Canadian markets Toronto and Montreal, while crossing the U.S. with the remainder of stops — with Las Vegas, Brooklyn, Miami and Chicago in the duo’s crosshairs. The “No Redemption” road stretch is pairing the dark, deep, and wildly unpredictable turns of Malaa with the symbolic religious sacraments of Tchami as he takes his constituents to church.

Pre-sale tickets are available now, using the code “SUMMER99.”

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ANGELZ releases Saint Thug II EP on Confession

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While his name may not be immediately recognized yet across the globe, ANGELZ has remained a staple addition to Tchami‘s branded Confession label. After touring with the esteemed French mega-producer for his nationwide Prophecy tour, ANGELZ has caught the ears of many with his trenchant G-house approach.

He continues steady success and growth with the delivery of a voracious three-track EP,  Saint Thug II,  — a “sequel” of sorts to his last one. Each individual track is emblazoned with a pleasingly anomalous bass-line that effectively captivate listeners into a hypnotic state of house.

Opening the EP with the first single “So Fly,” fans are quickly drawn into underlying percussive hits layered underneath endearing vocals from Kaleem Taylor, a recurring vocalist on Confession. Pushing a gritty bass-line amongst wailing sirens, “So Fly” exerts an underground feel right from the start.

Following up with his second hit “98 J.Lo,” rap verses immediately consume listeners as tenacious synth-lines take over the core production of this track. Incorporating brusque bass-hits that tie right into the typical G-house characteristics, “98 J.Lo” constructs the workings of a late-night warehouse anthem.

ANGELZ closes the EP by adding a unique addition to his EP with “Supafly.” Clearing the dance-floor with this stomper, muffled lyrics work their way into the track’s infectious melody line.

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Tchami releases “World To Me” (feat. Luke James) music video

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Martin Bresso, better known by Tchami, has released the official music video of his “World To Me” (feat. Luke James). This release comes as a precursor to Tchami’s Revelations EP, slated for an August 25th, 2017 release.

The French producer is most certainly one of the many pioneers in the future house genre. Tchami began using the term “future house” as a tag on SoundCloud, and it was eventually picked up by the electronic music industry and its leaders. His unique sound has led to remixes and collaborations with iconic electronic music producers like DJ Snake, AlunaGeorge, Martin Garrix, and Jack Ü.

The “World To Me” music video takes a step back and looks at a wide range of the diversity and beauty in humanity. Everyone’s different in their own ways, and that’s why people mean the world to other people.

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