Tchami – After Life EP

Felon – Isla (Remixes)

TCHAMI RELEASES “MISSING YOU” FT. AC SLATER & KALEEM TAYLOR

French producer Tchami has continued to secure his place as a ‘future house’ trendsetter with a string of huge records, and his new self-release, “Missing You” (feat. AC Slater & Kaleem Taylor), is no exception. Having teased the track in his first ever Tour Confessions video alongside sneaking the track into his stimulating festival sets, the hard-hitting single is finally out via his brand new label Confession giving the world another infectious dose of his signature sound that he is known the world over for.

Tchami brings his deep and upfront signature sound to the new track, and it’s met with AC Slater’s touch of dark night bass. These two progressive producers are always looking forward to push the boundaries of where music goes, and “Missing You” exemplifies their innovation and artistry perfectly. Kaleem Taylor, who was featured on Tchami’s previous smash hit, “Promesses”, makes the collaboration sweeter with his delivery of gospel-like vocals. An RnB inspired intro sets the tone, and the record holds its own with massive reverb, bouncing synths, and intense drops. A unique fresh summer tune, “Missing You” is already gearing up to be a late night, floor-filling anthem.

As if this wasn’t enough, Tchami has just revealed a 9-date North American tour revolving around his After Life EP that no doubt will come as welcome news to fans in need of the complete Tchami experience. Having already done several supporting tours with some of the biggest names in the industry, including Skrillex, Diplo and DJ Snake, Tchami is now primed and ready to embark on his own, which will have to be seen to be believed. Working his way from the East to the West and coming equipped with never before seen productions, an extensive cache of new records under his belt and a loyal legion of followers hungry for the After Life experience, it seems to be yet another vast and exhilarating summer for Tchami.

TOUR DATES
9/12: Irving Plaza – New York, NY
9/17: Theatre of the Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA
9/18: Echostage – Washington, DC
9/19: Prime – Boston, MA
9/26: Gothic Theatre – Denver, CO
9/30: Mezzanine – San Francisco, CA
10/1: The Glass House – Pomona, CA
10/2: The Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
10/3: Earl Warren – Santa Barbara, CA

Tchami Reveals “Missing You” feat. AC Slater & Kaleem Taylor

With the dust barely settled following the March 12 reveal of “After Life” featuring Stacy Barthe – the debut single from his highly anticipated After Life EP – Parisian trendsetter Tchami is back once again, as he now reveals his 2nd single from the EP ‘Missing You’ featuring (AC Slater & Kaleem Taylor).

Exclusively premiered on Complex, the enigmatic Frenchman unveils his first ever video recap titled Tour Confessions I: Missing You after a year of tirelessly touring on the road to introduce this riveting track. Directed by CHIVTEAM studio’s Charles-Edouard Dangelser, the confession features behind the scenes shots of Tchami in the studio, performances at some the world’s most illustrious clubs and festivals, tandem sets with tastemakers such as Skrillex, and infatuated fans all dancing to the tune of Tchami.

“Missing You” (featuring AC Slater & Kaleem Taylor) emits the persistent evolution of Tchami’s signature sound that has frequently been coined as “Future House”. Also making his return to vocals since the release of the critically acclaimed “Promesses”, Kaleem Taylor once again delivers with his soulful and gospel-like vocals to truly drive the track home. Working alongside North American DJ AC Slater, these two forward thinking producers have shaped “Missing You” as the perfect exemplification of accomplishing something innovative and unique to share with the world.

Now approaching the release of the After Life EP in its entirety, “Missing You” is a great sign of things to come from this flourishing star. As Tchami now looks to showcase his fresh sounds across the globe, be on the look out for tour dates coming near you.

TCHAMI REVEALS LONG AWAITED SINGLE “MISSING YOU” (FEAT. AC SLATER & KALEEM TAYLOR)

With the dust barely settled following the March 12 reveal of “After Life” featuring Stacy Barthe – the debut single from his highly anticipated After Life EP – Parisian trendsetter Tchami is back once again, as he now reveals his 2nd single from the EP ‘Missing You’ featuring (AC Slater & Kaleem Taylor).

Exclusively premiered on Complex, the enigmatic Frenchman unveils his first ever video recap titled Tour Confessions I: Missing You after a year of tirelessly touring on the road to introduce this riveting track. Directed by CHIVTEAM studio’s Charles-Edouard Dangelser, the confession features behind the scenes shots of Tchami in the studio, performances at some the world’s most illustrious clubs and festivals, tandem sets with tastemakers such as Skrillex, and infatuated fans all dancing to the tune of Tchami.

“Missing You” (featuring AC Slater & Kaleem Taylor) emits the persistent evolution of Tchami’s signature sound that has frequently been coined as “Future House”. Also making his return to vocals since the release of the critically acclaimed “Promesses”, Kaleem Taylor once again delivers with his soulful and gospel-like vocals to truly drive the track home. Working alongside North American DJ AC Slater, these two forward thinking producers have shaped “Missing You” as the perfect exemplification of accomplishing something innovative and unique to share with the world.

Now approaching the release of the After Life EP in its entirety, “Missing You” is a great sign of things to come from this flourishing star. As Tchami now looks to showcase his fresh sounds across the globe, be on the look out for tour dates coming near you.

Snakehips – Forever (Pt. II) (feat. Kaleem Taylor)

Stream a Pep & Rash Remix of Tchami’s ‘Promesses’ ft. Kaleem Taylor

Ahead of it’s forthcoming release via Ministry Of Sound on January 4th, Dutch newcomers Pep & Rash have turned their hands to remixing Tchami’s ‘Promesses’ ft. Kaleem Taylor. With the original mix already lucidly simple in it’s construction – as all good dance records should be – Pep & Rash flip the script entirely, constructing their own twist on Tchami’s bassline and chopping Taylor’s vocal to give the track an entirely harder, deeper sense of rhythm and swing.

Originally starting out life as a bootleg, Ministry Of Sound soon picked up on Pep & Rash’s edit after it started to enjoy serious rotation on underground dance floors. The track was duly signed to the label as part of an official remix package, which also includes excellent reworks from both Preditah and Calyx & TeeBee.

Since first coming to the music world’s attention after upping a remix of Janet Jackson’s ‘Go Deep’ in 2013 to his Soundcloud, Tchami has been included in Vice magazine’s ’30 DJ’s To Watch’ for 2014, with further remixes of AlunaGeorge’s smash ‘You Know You Like It’, Mercer’s ‘Turn It Up’ and Oliver $ and Jimi Jules’ ‘Pushing On’ all garnering support from the likes of A-Trak, Dillon Francis and Skrillex. Remixes aside, Tchami also released debut house cut ‘Untrue’ via Spinnin’ Records in April – a track that has already racked up well over a million plays on YouTube alone.

Kaleem Taylor meanwhile, first made his name after his track ‘Blowout’ aired on DJ Target’s BBC Radio 1Xtra Homegrown show in 2011, before going on to support US RnB megastars Boyz II Men and Miguel at Brixton Academy. He has also performed a BBC Radio 1 Maida Vale session for Trevor Nelson in which he covered Frank Ocean’s ‘Thinking About You’ – a version that has gone on to amass over a quarter of a million YouTube views to date.

Stream a Teebee & Calyx Remix of Tchami’s ‘Promesses’ ft. Kaleem Taylor

Ahead of it’s forthcoming release via Ministry Of Sound in January, drum & bass stalwarts Calyx & TeeBee have turned their hand to remixing Tchami’s ‘Promesses’ ft. Kaleem Taylor. Where the original mix is lucidly simple in it’s construction – as all good dance records should be – Calyx & TeeBee flip the script completely, re-hashing Taylor’s vocal and underpinning it with guttural bass licks, frenetic rhythms and bags of dance floor pedigree.

Since first coming to the music world’s attention after upping a remix of Janet Jackson’s ‘Go Deep’ in 2013 to his Soundcloud, Tchami has been included in Vice magazine’s ’30 DJ’s To Watch’ for 2014, with further remixes of AlunaGeorge’s smash ‘You Know You Like It’, Mercer’s ‘Turn It Up’ and Oliver $ and Jimi Jules’ ‘Pushing On’ all garnering support from the likes of A-Trak, Dillon Francis and Skrillex. Remixes aside, Tchami also released debut house cut ‘Untrue’ via Spinnin’ Records in April – a track that has already racked up well over a million plays on YouTube alone.

Kaleem Taylor meanwhile, first made his name after his track ‘Blowout’ aired on DJ Target’s BBC Radio 1Xtra Homegrown show in 2011, before going on to support US RnB megastars Boyz II Men and Miguel at Brixton Academy. He has also performed a BBC Radio 1 Maida Vale session for Trevor Nelson in which he covered Frank Ocean’s ‘Thinking About You’ – a version that has gone on to amass over a quarter of a million YouTube views to date.

Stream a Preditah Remix of Tchami’s ‘Promesses’ ft. Kaleem Taylor

Ahead of it’s forthcoming release via Ministry Of Sound in January, UK starlet Preditah has turned his hand to remixing Tchami’s ‘Promesses’ ft. Kaleem Taylor. With the original mix already lucidly simple in it’s construction – as all good dance records should be – Preditah adopts a similar approach, reversing the bass-line and chopping Taylor’s vocals to brilliant effect, in turn demonstrating why he is currently one of the most sought-after producers in the UK.

Since first coming to the music world’s attention after upping a remix of Janet Jackson’s ‘Go Deep’ in 2013 to his Soundcloud, Tchami has been included in Vice magazine’s ’30 DJ’s To Watch’ for 2014, with further remixes of AlunaGeorge’s smash ‘You Know You Like It’, Mercer’s ‘Turn It Up’ and Oliver $ and Jimi Jules’ ‘Pushing On’ all garnering support from the likes of A-Trak, Dillon Francis and Skrillex. Remixes aside, Tchami also released debut house cut ‘Untrue’ via Spinnin’ Records in April – a track that has already racked up well over a million plays on YouTube alone.
Kaleem Taylor meanwhile, first made his name after his track ‘Blowout’ aired on DJ Target’s BBC Radio 1Xtra Homegrown show in 2011, before going on to support US RnB megastars Boyz II Men and Miguel at Brixton Academy. He has also performed a BBC Radio 1 Maida Vale session for Trevor Nelson in which he covered Frank Ocean’s ‘Thinking About You’ – a version that has gone on to amass over a quarter of a million YouTube views to date.

Introducing Tchami – Stream his new single ‘Promesses’ feat. Kaleem Taylor // (Ministry Of Sound)

Having spent the last 18 months carving out a stellar reputation with a series of high-end remixes for the likes of AlunaGeorge and Oliver $, French DJ/producer Tchami has announced he is to debut on Ministry Of Sound with forthcoming single ‘Promesses’, featuring the emerging talents of UK vocalist Kaleem Taylor.

Since first coming to the music world’s attention after upping a remix of Janet Jackson’s ‘Go Deep’ in 2013 to his Soundcloud, Tchami has been included in Vice magazine’s ’30 DJ’s To Watch’ for 2014, with further remixes of AlunaGeorge’s smash ‘You Know You Like It’, Mercer’s ‘Turn It Up’ and Oliver $ and Jimi Jules’ ‘Pushing On’ all garnering support from the likes of A-Trak, Dillon Francis and Skrillex. Remixes aside, Tchami also released debut house cut ‘Untrue’ via Spinnin’ Records in April – a track that has already racked up well over a million plays on YouTube alone.
Kaleem Taylor meanwhile, first made his name after his track ‘Blowout’ aired on DJ Target’s BBC Radio 1Xtra Homegrown show in 2011, before going on to support US RnB megastars Boyz II Men and Miguel at Brixton Academy. He has also performed a BBC Radio 1 Maida Vale session for Trevor Nelson in which he covered Frank Ocean’s ‘Thinking About You’ – a version that has gone on to amass over a quarter of a million YouTube views to date.
Originally picked up via A-Trak’s Fool’s Gold imprint in 2013, the pair combine to great effect on ‘Promesses’, a single that has been revamped for 2014 with newly-worked vocal edits and polished bass licks giving the track a fresh dose of definitive crossover appeal. Lucidly simple in it’s construction as all good dance records should be, Taylor’s distinct vocal textures compliment deep, thick-edged bass and shimmering atmospheric layers, whilst timely instrumental breakdowns allow for the track’s undeniable swing and energy to really make it’s impact felt.

Scheduled for release via Ministry Of Sound, ‘Promesses’ serves as the perfect introduction to the talents of Tchami and Taylor, and, given the unprecedented reception the track has already received online, feels ready to launch both as two future stars of electronic music.