Tchami Releases ‘Adieu’ via Confession

Having embarked upon his colossal 32-date ‘Prophecy Tour’, Tchami now releases the stunning ID featured in his ‘Tchami 2016 Recap’. Known simply as ‘Adieu’, the original cut is out now on the Parisian’s flourishing label, Confession.

‘Adieu’ takes a more melodic direction with Tchami’s heavier future house sound substituted for driving basslines and pulsating synths. The glittering effort serves as the Frenchman’s first release of 2017 and is one of his finest works yet. Sure to see heavy play on his sprawling North America ‘Prophecy Tour’ with both Mercer and ANGELZ, fans can expect a steady stream of content throughout the first half of this year. Having already sold out 6 shows (and counting), not to mention the addition of live gospel choirs via select dates, this tour is set to be Tchami’s biggest and best to date.

2017 is already shaping up to be a banner year for the Pardon My French veteran, with his massive tour, broadening label and other projects on the way. Keep up with Tchami, Confession, and the ‘Prophecy Tour’ via the social channels listed below!

Tchami Releases ‘Adieu’

Having embarked upon his colossal 32-date ‘Prophecy Tour’, Tchami now releases the stunning ID featured in his ‘Tchami 2016 Recap’. Known simply as ‘Adieu’, the original cut is out now on the Parisian’s flourishing label, Confession.

‘Adieu’ takes a more melodic direction with Tchami’s heavier future house sound substituted for driving basslines and pulsating synths. The glittering effort serves as the Frenchman’s first release of 2017 and is one of his finest works yet. Sure to see heavy play on his sprawling North America ‘Prophecy Tour’ with both Mercer and ANGELZ, fans can expect a steady stream of content throughout the first half of this year. Having already sold out 6 shows (and counting), not to mention the addition of live gospel choirs via select dates, this tour is set to be Tchami’s biggest and best to date.

2017 is already shaping up to be a banner year for the Pardon My French veteran, with his massive tour, broadening label and other projects on the way. Keep up with Tchami, Confession, and the ‘Prophecy Tour’ via the social channels listed below!

MERCER Releases His Latest Original, “Bastille”

Tchami Shares Future House Single “SIAW”

Tchami – SIAW (Original Mix)

Mercer’s “Opium” Goes Bass House Thanks To Snowmass & MNYKR

Malaa – Diamonds

Mercer & Mightyfools – Drop It Low (Original Mix)

MERCER DROPS MASSIVE OPIUM EP

Coming out with his very first EP, Mercer’s Opium will serve as the 7th product of Tchami’s wildly successful imprint Confession, and might be one of the boldest releases to date. Mercer’s distinctive brand of grimy 4 to the floor house has seen him release on Mad Decent, Spinnin’ and more, however his raw, unapologetically gritty sound may have just found a perfect home in Tchami’s Confession.

Premiered on Billboard and kicking off with an emphatic bang, the title track to Mercer’s “Opium EP” is a relentless journey through French swerve house, hitting the listener with plummeting synths and heavy, distorted wobbles. Truly upping the ante and the energy level on this 2-track EP, Mercer’s “Drop It Low” collaboration with Mightyfools comes in with a heavy hand as it proves to be a high-octane main stage weapon as it dares listeners to experience Mercer’s method of madness. The Parisian mastermind fits in perfectly with Confession’s innovative ideology – release quality underground music of all styles, to fans with open ears and impeccable taste.

The “Opium EP” highlights the versatility of both the label and producer, showcasing Mercer’s aggressive flair while giving listeners a taste of future house’s heavier side. It seems as though Tchami’s label can do no wrong, as the French producer’s EP marks yet another successful Confession release. Stay up to date with the label’s socials below, and look out for new tracks soon!

Mercer – Opium (Original Mix)