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.
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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.
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Malaa draws open the ‘Year Zero’ remix LP curtain with take on Tchami, Gunna’s ‘Praise’

“Praise” is precisely what Malaa can be expected to elicit from Tchami and the rest of the Confession camp. The masked maven continues his 2021 tradition of tying his name to others’ originals with the drama-dressed spin, which trails his March recasting of Petit Biscuit and Diplo‘s “Pick Your Battles” and his February edit of Alison Wonderland and Valentino Khan‘s “Anything.” Doubling as Malaa’s third re-inventive endeavor of the calendar year and the Year Zero remix LP’s first peek of sound, Malaa’s “Praise” take finds him flexing his crepuscular house muscle, dousing the original in his idiosyncratic signature, and setting a high bar for the Year Zero conversions yet to come along the way.

Insomniac’s Day Trip Festival reveals stellar inaugural lineup: Tchami, Diplo, Claptone, AC Slater, and more locked in

Insomniac’s long-awaited house soirée, Day Trip is now just a little more than one month away and the events giant has finally dropped the lineup nearly a year after the festival’s announcement. After cancelling some of the biggest events on last year’s calendar, including Nocturnal Wonderland, Escape Psycho Circus, EDC Orlando, and Dreamstate SoCal, fans are now biting their nails in excitement over the house-anchored festival.
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Tchami Reveals Forthcoming ‘Year Zero’ Remix Album, First Song Out Friday

Tchami unleashed his much anticipated and critically acclaimed debut album Year Zero in 2020 — and in 2021, it’s getting remixed. The producer recently took to Twitter to share the news. The first Year Zero remix drops this Friday and he wants to know — “can you guess the remixer?” Several potential names have been thrown into the mix including DJ Snake, Ibranovski, and AC Slater, but all signs point to Malaa.

Two years later, Ibranovski reconvenes with Tchami’s Confession—stream ‘Only You’

After charting his first Confession outing in March 2019 a la “Omega” alongside Tchami, Ibranovski is back for a sophomore stint, made via “Only You.” A dance floor consumer, what with its four-to-the-floor rhythm and ear-catching adlibs, Ibranovski’s second-ever CONFESSION single keeps his 2021 hot streak burning brightly. To date, this piping path has sweltered with his April release “Go Getter,” disseminated via BROHUG‘s BROHOUSE label, as well as his “Gimme,” which arrived via Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings in March.

Tchami, ZHU share new music video for joint single, ‘All On Me’

Still riding the high from the October 2020 release of his debut album—Dancing Astronaut’s Album of the Year—Year Zero, Tchami has just delivered the video for his collaboration with ZHU, one of the LP’s top standouts, “All On Me.”. Reaching nearly six and a half million streams already, “All On...

Alesso, Tchami, Malaa, and more lead first-ever HARD London lineup

HARD Events has announced its debut event in the United Kingdom and will have its first-ever HARD London visa stamped on August 21. HARD London will be hosted at The Drumsheds, a new venue from the creators of the infamous Printworks. Its inaugural lineup heartily represents the brand’s distinctive electro and bass-forward style, with HARD veterans Tchami, Malaa, and Kayzo tapped for the one-day festival. Fans at HARD London will also see Dillon Francis and JAUZ on import from California, and Swedish icon Alesso smash out one of his signature progressive house sets.

Insomniac East outlines Abduction 2021 headliners: Tchami, Diplo, Habstrakt, and more

After alluding to a new Florida-based festival on February 21, Insomniac East has formalized its plans for Abduction 2021, a bass-geared festival slated to take place at Lot 54 at The Vanguard in Orlando on April 10. The one-day event, at which masks wills be required, has attracted an intimate array of electronic acts including Tchami, Diplo, Habstrakt, Dombresky, Virtual Riot.

Tchami, Curbi, and Kyan Palmer drop a pin in future house territory with ‘Make Amends’

Your future house dealer’s next delivery has arrived. After signaling the start of the post-Year Zero period with a remix of Whethan‘s Fantasy-hailing “Freefall,” Tchami is back in the driver’s seat—and the passenger side isn’t empty. After commandeering 2020 to the tune of 10 tracks, Curbi can be found alongside the Parisian powerhouse and now, it’s your turn to buckle up.

Tchami talks ‘Year Zero,’ collaborating with Gaga, and more on Willy Joy’s ‘Back To Back’ podcast

Long-form features with house icon Tchami are hard to come by, but DJ-turned-interviewer Willy Joy recently hosted the future house maestro on his podcast Back To Back. The 70-minute conversation begins with talk about Tchami’s come up with DJ Snake and Malaa during their teenage years and the early inspiration that he found in French hip-hop before he caught wind of Daft Punk and “Drop The Pressure,” which would decisively convert him to dance music. Eventually, Joy gets Tchami talking about his 2020 debut record Year Zero, which was named Dancing Astronaut’s Top Electronic Album of 2020:
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Tchami Expertly Remixes Whethan’s “Freefall” feat. Oliver Tree [LISTEN]

For his latest remix, Tchami transforms Whethan‘s hit collaboration with Oliver Tree, “Freefall” into a soulful house production. The original struck a chord with its forward-thinking, hybrid blend of pop, alt-rock, and electronic, feeding Oliver Tree’s signature sound with energy to match a Whethan set. Tchami drastically changes up the mood for his remix, transcending into a soft, melodic four on the floor atmosphere with a deep groove.

Tomorrowland New Year’s Eve sets from Major Lazer, Tchami, Martin Garrix, and more land on Apple Music

Tomorrowland has uploaded several live sets from their recent New Year’s Eve digital festival to Apple Music for streaming in full. The grip of performances includes sets from Martin Garrix, Major Lazer, Armin van Buuren, Diplo, Duck Sauce, Tchami, Netsky, Kölsch b2b Joris Voorn, CamelPhat, Lost Frequencies, and many more. The sets are posted as fully interactive playlists that allows users to jump to any ID in the mix.

Tchami plays over the Miami’s sky

A few days ago, the DJ and Producer who wears the white-collar, a.k.a. Tchami, climbed on the tallest skyscraper in Miami to perform in a spectacular DJ set!. A DJ set to appreciate not only with ears and heart but also with your eyes, given the spectacularity of the Magic City landscape.

Good Morning Mix: Prepare for Tchami’s NYE opening duties with his debut Tomorrowland appearance

It’s officially New Year’s Eve, and before Tchami assumes the responsibilities of opening up Tomorrowland‘s Planaxis stage as one of the virtual event’s earliest digital performers, we’re mentally and physically readying ourselves for the evening at hand with the Year Zero mastermind’s first-ever appearance in Boom, Belgium. Having appeared alongside...

[WATCH] Tchami’s ‘The Elevation Sunrise’ Set From Miami

Did you tune into Tchami’s ‘The Elevation Sunrise‘ set over the weekend? Hosted by Insomniac, the French producer played atop the One Thousand Museum in Miami. An immaculate producer paired with a spectacular view means a killer set. For those that missed it, you can view the entire set below....
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Tchami Throws Down Breathtaking Elevation Sunrise Set in Miami [WATCH]

Last Friday night, Tchami put on a show in Miami as Insomniac helped bring a vision to life. Now, can relive the magic and boost our spirits in one sweep!. The Confession producer’s Elevation Sunrise Live Set takes place at Miami’s highest point, One Thousand Museum, atop a colorfully lit platform with a picturesque city view. As a cloudy sunrise slowly floods out city lights, Tchami only gains energy, throwing down some of his most masterful productions into a seamless mix suited for the heavens.