Since the moment he emerged on the scene, Tchami has been the undisputed champion of the burgeoning future bass/ future house sub-genre and it’s enormous growth in popularity. The French beatmaker has had a meteoric rise to prominence, but it doesn’t stop at the producer’s own output. Tchami is also at the helm of the Pardon My French banner with DJ Snake, Mercer, and Malaa, and his resume includes a label head title as the founder of a newly-minted Confessions imprint. The label’s latest offering comes by way of Tchami’s newest “Confessions Mix,” the fifth installment in a running series of hour-long showcases from the “Adieu” producer. On his most recent offering though, Tchami carefully sidesteps his normal future bass fare for an impeccably curated blend of underground house gems.
Roping in releases from dance giants like Defected Records and Mark Knight’s Toolroom Records, along with selections from his own label’s rap sheet, Tchami ties the tunes together in an instantly enjoyable, ultra-crisp new mix for the spring swing. The new mix coveys a vintage house feel with a fresh, modern spin. What’s more, this particular “Confessions Mix” not only highlights Tchami’s dexterous abilities behind the decks, but also reveals his noteworthy palate as one of dance music’s brightest tastemakers. Tune in to this hour-long bout of flawless house bliss and get with Tchami’s latest vibe.