If you didn’t get the chance to experience Holy Ship this year, don’t stress. Malaa just uploaded his entire set and it’s sure to fulfill all of your deep house needs. And for those of you who did venture aboard Norwegian Epic, you are about to relive one of the greatest moments of the festival.
Although Tchami and Malaa’s 11-date, North American No Redemption tour concluded in December, the spirit of “house music all night long” lives on within the newly released No Redemption Tour remix pack.
A nine-track compilation that embodies the pulsating beats and deeper tones for which both Tchami and Malaa have cultivated a loyal following, the remix pack sees artists like Noizu, Alesia, Dillon Nathaniel, and more submit entrancing takes on No Redemption Tour hallmark tracks, including “Adieu,” “The Sermon,” “Bylina,” and Tchami’s signature throwback, “Afterlife.”
House music’s masked maven moves closer to a milestone 20th installment in the Who is Malaa mix series via the release of Who is Malaa #19. The 31-minute product effectively whets and satiates listeners’ appetites for the Pardon My French producer’s specific brand of g-house music with a presence as the Confession signee weaves Green Velvet, Detlef, and KEELD engineered tracks among plunging bass lines and echoing synths. Rife with foreboding vocal overlays, Who is Malaa #19 arrives hot off the decks, and straight out of the mysterious producer’s wheelhouse.
In what began as a mere radio show in partnership with AM Only, Paradigm Talent Agency, and Windish Agency soon became a showcase of the hottest talents in EDM, bringing in the likes of Mija, Flossatradamus, 12th Planet and more.
Now, the venerable king of bass, Malaa, has served up a bass-heavy deliverance that’s clearly been simmering for quite some time. In the hour-long segment, the devout, high priestess of bass got cooking on a mighty fine helping of tunes.
If The Cookout is an opportunity for some of electronic’s biggest names to connect with their fans by highlighting their own individual quirks and personalities, then Malaa’s bass-heavy, finger-licking good installment succeeds in doing just that.
1. Malive – Feels (Feat. Dirty Hary)
2. Franky Rizardo – Same man
3. Tchami & Malaa – The Sermon
4. Hunter Reid – Cheeky Thumpa
5. Dj Snake Feat. Lauv – Different way (Noizu remix)
6. Shiba San & Green Velvet – Fearless
7. Solardo – On the corner
8. Dakar – Donkey Kong
9. Malaa – Paris 96
10. Tchami & Malaa – Summer 99
11. Breaking Beattz – Crank It
12. Mason Maynard – Dirty Disco
13. Keeld – Magic
14. Gerry Gonza – Volume
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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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House monsters and French natives Tchami & Malaa have teamed up ahead of their ‘No Redemption’ tour to release a pure house heater, The Sermon’, out on Tchami’s CONFESSION label. The 2nd collab between the two, ‘The Sermon’ had tough shoes to fill after the massive success of their first collab ‘Prophecy’. Did it live up
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Tchami and Malaa have this deep French connection that us Americans will probably never understand. This has never been more true than in their latest collaborative release, ‘Summer 99′. This track is one wild ride of French house. While it is unlike anything we have heard in quite some time – it is still as
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