Tchami’s ‘World To Me’ gets a world of its own in fresh nine-track remix pack

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Tchami has followed up the recent release of MK‘s tech house take on his tropical-tinged, future house track “World To Me” with a full remix EP for the track. By giving the number a world of its own, Tchami displays just how deeply one’s own production proclivities can affect the outcome of a track. The new EP presents widely different versions of the number, each enjoyable in their own right. From the more lighthearted future bass take by Rootkit, to the sped up arcade style remix by Kidnun, it’s a world not to miss out on.

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Tchami and the Detroit house and techno producer MK have been passing around remixes with each other lately. After Tchami’s recent rework of MK’s “17,” it’s now his American counterpart’s turn — and he’s launching his latest Tchami rework out of the park.

“World To Me” is originally a future house gem driven by a simplistic bassline and Luke James’ vocals. While the record is far removed from Tchami’s more recent collaborations with Malaa, or even his beloved tracks like “Adieu” and “Prophecy,” it maintains itself as a solid production. Still, it serves as a lively testament to his spirited outpouring.

MK’s recently taken on the track in his celebrated tech house style. In bringing down the vocals, and focusing more on the sonic atmosphere, a more groovy bassline is explored in the world in between.

 

 

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Mark Kinchen, known better as MK, has released his remix of Rihanna and SZA’s “consideration.” With hundreds of releases under his belt, a career spanning three decades, and a hands on education in Detroit techno, Kinchen brings his expert production to the table, injecting his own Chicago house influenced synths and signature textures to the track.

At its core, the track is an amalgamation of contemporary hip hop and underground dance music. Synthesizing contemporary vocals from such legendary vocalists as Rihanna and SZA with prodding, deep house drums and atmospheric synths is no easy feat, yet Kinchen certainly seems up to the task. Kinchen showcase an impressive ability to draw out Rihanna’s latent dancehall influence; a testament to his quicksilver production M.O. Kinchen seems to turn everything he touches into dance-floor gold.

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Habstrakt & Dombresky – Antigone

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Habstrakt & Dombresky have released a new collaborative single, “Antigone.” The track, released on Mad Decent, sees two of France’s most innovative bass-house producers collaborate for the first time ever.

French producer and DJ Habstrakt has been chartering new territory by amalgamating bass music with traditional house influence, synthesizing his own blend of aggressive yet groovy melodies. With a massive collaboration with Skrillex on “Chicken Soup” under his belt and remixes for DJ Snake, Zeds Dead, and Zomboy, Habstrakt has built a proven track record in the EDM community. The producer is set to accompany Destructo next year on his Let’s Be Friends tour alongside Walker & Royce, Fisher, Will Clarke, Deux, Dillon Nathaniel, Gerry Gonza and Golf Clap.

In 2015, Dombresky was discovered by A-Trak, allowing him to produce an official remix of “We All Fall Down.” With new found recognition under his belt, Dombresky released both his first track “Wait” and his second “Utopia” on Tchami’s Confession label; the latter reaching over one million streams on Spotify.

The coalescence of two hard hitting players on “Antigone” results in a saturated dance floor ballad. Thick bass samples roll over hard hitting kicks and moody synth lines. The middle of the track alludes to UK rave, with ominous synths leading into the tracks second breakdown. The collaboration is sure to be played all across the festival circuit in 2018.

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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.”

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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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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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AC Slater teams with Tchami for trap infused house hit, ‘Dealer’ Ft. Rome Fortune

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AC Slater has announced his new album, Outsider, to be released this September on his imprint, Night Bass. The Los Angeles producer has teamed up with Tchami for a heavy house trap-infused collaboration featuring Rome Fortune, released on OWSLA. “Dealer,” marks the first track released off the album, and has garnered massive support for its addictive yet ominous vibe and intriguing structure.

“Dealer” begins with Rome Fortune’s vocals contrasted by a teasing snare pattern which then builds into a bass laden climax. The combination of AC Slater and Tchami’s style produces a familiar and distinct sound of wobbly, growling bass progressions that makes grooving along irresistible. With his latest, AC Slater makes waiting for Outsider suspenseful yet exciting.

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Tchami – Adieu (Heroless Remix)

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Tchami‘s “Adieu” marked a surprising yet pleasant departure from the future house pioneer’s signature sound as the track was recently deemed one of the most played-out tracks of the 2017 festival season thus far. While the tracks structure lives in the house space, rising producer Heroless has stepped up to the plate to flip “Adieu” into a future trap version of his own.

Swapping the four-on-the-floor pattern for a bouncing ensemble of trap percussion, the Norwegian young gun successfully leaves the blissful atmosphere Tchami originally instilled while splashing his own style on to give a new way to consume the track.

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Tchami goes tropical with ‘World To Me’

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A master of consistency, Tchami has been very active in 2017, releasing two fantastic new “Confession” mixes and a single titled “Adieu,” which has since gone viral — not a first for the talented Frenchman. The pioneering producer has just released a brand new single, “World To Me,” which will likely be included on his upcoming second EP.

Interestingly, the Tchami has deserted his finely-honed, proven future house sounds in favor of the trending tropical house genre, receiving a lukewarm reception from fans in the process. While the track still features fabulously produced bass and percussion, ethereal organ-sample synths, and dreamy vocals by two-time Grammy nominee Luke James, it is still a style most fans don’t associate Tchami with and would definitely take some getting used to. As a stand alone single however, “World To Me” is perfectly solid and seems destined to gain significant traction as the weeks progress.

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