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.
House music superstars Tchami & BROHUG have teamed up with Reece to drop one of the biggest collabs of the year with ‘My Place’, out now on Tchami’s on Confession Label. ‘My Place’ is a gritty bass house track that blends the styles of Tchami & BROHUG together brilliantly. Starting of slow and vibey with
As everyone knows, Snapchats once new update was a huge mistake. The company has suffered tremendously since the update was initiated. In consequence to it, millions of people either stopped using the app or deleted it entirely. Some of these people were artists and celebrities such as Kylie Jenner, DJ Snake, and Tchami. Recently, according
Daft Punk, early David Guetta, Justice – the list goes on. French house music is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to dance music. Recently two more artists have risen to the legendary ranks of their peers: Tchami and Malaa. The two have reignited the French house movement in the United States.
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.
Fresh off of their main stage rocking set at Ultra, Tchami & Malaa have finally released their highly anticipated ‘No Redemption EP’, out now on Tchami’s Confession label. The EP, with the same name as their tour that hit the the United States over the past few months, truly shines bright on the masterful warehouse
Living up to its promise to “expect the unexpected” in 2018, UMF capped off a lofty Miami Music Week with a number of attention-grabbing acts from dance music’s top tastemakers, including David Guetta, Kaskade, Eric Prydz, and Above & Beyond, along with an illustrious cast of newcomers in REZZ, Jauz, and Virtual Self. The most exalted act of the weekend came in the form of a highly anticipated reunion from Swedish House Mafia, who filled the surprise guest slot to close out the festival. Marshmello made his main stage debut and premiered his newest collaboration with Lil Uzi Vert, The Chainsmokers put the naysayers to bed with their high-energy performance, which included four unreleased tracks and a flaming drum solo, and Sir Carl Cox delivered a high-powered spectacle in his Resistance Megastructure.
Other notable moments came care of DJ Snake, who brought out Tchami, Malaa, and Mercer to debut their new collaboration, “Let’s Get Ill;” Axwell Λ Ingrosso, who opened their set with a captivating new track ID; Tiësto, who invited out his new fiancé, model Annika Backes, to the stage; and Steve Aoki, who assembled Daddy Yankee, Elvis Crespo, and Play-N-Skillz for a live performance of their recent release, “Azukita.”
For those who can’t count themselves lucky enough to have witnessed the live weekend spectacle, DA has compiled a comprehensive list of streams from UMF 2018 to relive the festival’s most magical moments.
As we head into Miami Music Week and get closer to Ultra Music Festival, more and more artists are beginning to tease what’s to come in the next 5 days here. In addition to all of the hype around Swedish House Mafia possibly making their return this weekend, Tchami has also chimed in with his
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.
Tchami and Malaa have been burning the world to the ground the last few months with their beautifully insidious tour. It seems that the duo is playing out more unreleased music than named tracks, and fans have been absolutely eating it up. Now Tchami took to Facebook to tease a major announcement this Wednesday. In