We are about 7 days in to 2020 and we have already seen a huge release one one of the biggest labels in dance music. Tchami’s Confession label is one of the most profound labels of the past decade is already establishing themselves as leaders in this decade.
This 7 track compilation celebrates the vibe of traditional house music combined with the more gritty sounds in today’s world. The compilation titled ‘Alchemy VI’ has tracks from Omnom, Freak On, DLMT, Marco Marz, Jess Marco, Dances with White Girls & maty more. Check out the track list below.
The best thing about compilations is the diversity of sound. Despite being an all house compilation, you can hear the differences between each of the artists. If you are attending any events or festivals in 2020 you can probably be certain that you will hear these tracks at one of the stages.
DOWNLOAD / STREAM Alchemy VI HERE
The first single on AC Slater’s up coming album for OWLSA is out today and has a music video to go along with it. For this track, AC teamed up with Tchami & Rome Fortune to bring you a hip-hop house infused bombshell. This is the lead track off of his next album “Outsiders” which is due to be released in September.
This is not the first time AC has worked with Rome or Tchami. Many of you know the AC Slater & Tchami track “Missing you.” What you may not know, is that AC Slater did a remix for Rome Fortune’s track “Sex.”
Download and/or stream the video below.
Tchami’s Prophecy Tour was banging! This was my first time at the Novo Theater, very nice and roomy venue. Walking into the venue hearing the bass traveling through the walls, I knew i was bound for a groovy night. Prior to the event, Jace Mek announced he will be playing on the west coast prophecy tour dates. Unfortunately when I got to the event, Jace Mek only had about 10 minutes of time left. For those 10 minutes, Jace Mek killed it, mans is sure to be an all star in the years to come. Next up was Mercer, dropping fat basslines and getting the crowd moving. Finally got to hear him drop his track “Opium” live. After Mercer’s set I made my way to the front of the crowd. Then came Tchami, with stunning visuals and groovy tracks. The stage production was visually stunning, sticking true to his priest image. Tchami had a cathedral like setting on stage. LED boards representing stained glass such as the ones seen in many churches. Following up with the cathedral theme, Tchami had a choir alongside him to perform a take on “Gangster’s Paradise.” Nonetheless Tchami dropped many of his hit tracks and my personal favorite, “Move Your Body.” The overall event was an amazing experience, the venue, the stage production, and most importantly the artists. Such a great experience that those few hours weren’t enough for me. There was an afterparty! Taking it back to old school underground vibes, the after party was hosted at a warehouse just a few miles from the venue. Tchami and Mercer played til 5 in the morning at the afterparty. I’m glad I was able to be apart of the Prophecy Tour and I hope in the near future that Tchami does a Confession Record Label tour, because how sick would that be? A night filled with hearty house music is always a great time.
Photo Credit: Merc photography