Tchami, Habstrakt bring in Honey & Badger for refreshing take on ‘Eternity’ with Lena Leon

One of Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2022 has come in to put his touch on one of the tracks that earned a spot on our top 100 electronic tracks of 2021. Not even a full three days after Tchami and Habstrakt checked their names off the French house dream collaboration list alongside Lena Leon, Honey & Badger took to his socials to share an unfinished version of his take on “Eternity,” with an overwhelming call from his followers to both complete and release it. A little more than four months later and that demo from Honey & Badger is now doubling as both the first official update of “Eternity” and his first release of the year.
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Snakehips unlock Tchami-assisted future-house gem, ‘Tonight’

“We’re now trying to do some more ‘dancier’ stuff because that’s what gets us excited,” Snakehips told Dancing Astronaut in an exclusive interview at High Ground Music Festival last fall. “People like Tony Romera, or Tchami…We want to get more into the dance music world...”
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Snakehips ft. Tchami – Tonight

Esteemed UK duo Snakehips just teamed up with Tchami for an exciting new collaboration titled ‘Tonight‘. The production prowess of two major house artists brings us a powerhouse banger ready for action. We see its release on Snakehips’ label Never Worry Records. The track contains choppy, nostalgic...

Tchami’s Confession, AC Slater’s Night Bass collide for booming North American tour

A newly announced collision between Tchami‘s Confession and AC Slater‘s Night Bass label will bring a whole lotta house, bass-house, and other variations of the genre to 11 cities in North America starting January 14. The 2022 Confession vs Night Bass tour is poised to direct the two label heads to Brooklyn, Miami, Boston, and Washington, D.C., among other sites, for a live initiative that will see city-specific appearances from BIJOU, Blossom, Capozzi, Dr. Fresch, Habstrakt, Marten Hørger, Masteria, Nostalgix, Shift K3Y, and Taiki Nulight. Fans can see who among these artists are slated to provide support in their city’s show on the tour’s website, where tickets will be available to purchase on at 10:00 a.m. local time on November 19.

Ultra unloads packed second wave of 2022 talent with Seven Lions, Tchami, DubVision, Afrojack, and more

Ultra’s highly anticipated homecoming date at Bayfront Park is truly a lot closer than it seems, and the Miami staple is continuing to come out swinging with its lineup reveal. Less than a month after unveiling its initial wave of headliners—the earliest its done so in its 20-plus-year history—Ultra Music Festival is already dropping the curtain on a second group of names that adds to an already top-of-the-line roster ahead of March 2022.

Tchami at STORY

Miami Beach, FL – November 12, 2021 – Tchami proved to never disappoint at STORY on Friday night, as he took over the DJ booth to play a mesmerizing set that had partygoers in the club dancing to the beats until the early morning hours.

Tchami, Habstrakt’s talents collide on ‘Eternity’ featuring Lena Leon

Tchami and Habstrakt have come together for a collaboration that has been “a long time coming”—”Eternity” featuring Lena Leon. The producers, both of whom hail from France, merge their styles brilliantly while simultaneously placing a fresh spin on their respective signature sounds. Tchami spoke with Dancing Astronaut about the release,...

Mercer fashions bonus remix of Tchami’s ‘Buenos Aires’

Seven years after Tchami put his spin on Mercer‘s “Turn It Up,” the latter is back to return the favor with a rework of “Buenos Aires” that adds to the robust collection of alternative takes from his Pardon My French counterpart’s debut LP, Dancing Astronaut‘s 2020 Album of the Year, Year Zero. The bonus take comes just one month after the release of the Confession label head’s Year Zero (Remixes).

No tricks, just treats: Escape Halloween unveils first phase of 2021 lineup featuring Zedd, Eric Prydz, Tchami, and more

From October 29 – 30, Escape Halloween will spook Southern California with a lineup of 30-plus artists including Zedd, Tchami, Eric Prydz, Noisia, Baauer, KSHMR, DJ Snake, Loud Luxury, Ganja White Night, Lucii, and many, many more. The Halloween affair will feature a head-to-head performances from Doctor P and Funtcase, Machinedrum and Holly, and Loco Dice and Nicole Moudaber, while welcoming stage takeovers from Audiotistic, Basscon, Bassrush, and Factory 93.
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Tchami Drops 19-Track ‘Year Zero’ Remix Album with Malaa, Justin Martin, Galantis & More [LISTEN]

Tchami just unleashed a full remix album for Year Zero, featuring Malaa, Justin Martin, The Brothers Macklovitch, Galantis, DJ Q, Bleu Clair, Angelz and more!. Spanning 19 tracks in total, the album includes other contributions from KIYA, Kage, Damaged Goods, JC Ordonez, Jace Mek, Tom Budin, Barilan, VOWED, Marten Hørger, Hotel Garuda, Bali Bandits and Mindchatter.

Dancing Astronaut’s 2020 Album of the Year gets an accompaniment—stream Tchami’s ‘Year Zero (Remixes)’

After a tasty three-week run of Year Zero (Remixes) previews that consecutively cycled through flips from Malaa, The Brothers Macklovitch, and Justin Martin, the father of future house is hitching his 19-cut collection of alternative takes to streaming platforms, treating listeners to the opportunity to experience Year Zero anew. Laced...
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Justin Martin Enlisted by Tchami for Chugging House Remix of “Shine On”

Justin Martin and Tchami have linked up again! Last year, Justin got Tchami to remix his track “Stay.” Today, the duo have flip-flopped, with Justin Martin now remixing Tchami’s song, “Shine On.”. This tune features the signature, thick sounding grooves that J-Mart has become famous for during his career. We’re...

First Listen: Justin Martin applies soulful touch to Tchami’s ‘Shine On’

After tasteful takes on which Malaa and The Brothers Macklovitch made Tchami‘s “Praise” and “Damaged Hearts” their own, respectively, the Year Zero conversion continues with pomp and circumstance. For the third consecutive week, the forthcoming remix LP takes shape with a spin on a Year Zero tracklisting, and this time, the revisionist reigns can be found resting firmly in Justin Martin‘s hands. The Dirtybird affiliate takes Tchami’s dressed-down “Shine On,” sonically stamping it with soulful, nearly spoken vocals from Chuck “The Voice” Roberts & George Banton. Tchami told Dancing Astronaut,

Orlando concert picks this week: Rainbow Park, Elizabeth Ward, Tchami and more

Rainbow Park, The Blumes, Fools' Gold: So you gettin' down on that nu-indie-tonic-death-wave-trap-core or what? Well, this latest Montgomery Drive showcase eschews all those niche sensibilities and just delivers three straight shots of melodic guitar rock. Between Orlando band the Blumes and Daytona acts Rainbow Park and Fools' Gold, expect a buoyant blend of alt-rock and grunge.

The Brothers Macklovitch take a two-step approach to Tchami’s ‘Damaged Hearts’

With two-step finesse, The Brothers Macklovitch impress their polished sonic signature on Tchami and Todd Edwards’ Year Zero finisher, “Damaged Hearts.” The viscous, honeyed original offered respite from the future house, beat-driven constructs that laced together the first half—and then some—of the Confession curator’s debut album, dubbed Dancing Astronaut‘s 2020 Album of the Year.