Tchami & AC Slater feat. Kaleem Taylor – Missing You

Few artists accumulate such a diverse and strong catalogue so early in their careers, yet Future House magician Tchami has. And what a set of material to have, pairing up with the night-bass king himself, American AC Slater for his EP’s latest release – named after its lead single “After Life” with Stacy Barthe – Tchami has just delivered another trendsetting, head-turning weapon to his impressive ensemble.

Featured in his debut recap video, Tour Confessions I: Missing You which received its premiere on Complex, Tchami gives viewers an insight into his yearlong travels as he introduced his future house artillery at renowned clubs and festivals worldwide, as well as revealing life within the studio and the reactions of his enduring, adoring fans.

With the return of Kaleem Taylors soulful voice to his material, the songs see’s the prominent characteristics of the two producers work to the forefront. Breaking in with soft, organic, enlightening layers of sounds, the platform for Taylor’s gospel vocals is laid down, providing a futuristic, mystical vibe. With the phasing in of a chime-infused bass-line, the warping building up is accompanied by rhythmic drums, climaxing in a clear-cut drop of the deep melody before being reassembled with the dark, artistic layers and Taylor’s looped voice. The undulating atmosphere continues, with fans being taken on a journey to the addictive, radical, unheard and unknown.

With driving power from the depths of the sound spectrum, the songs marks as a near perfect exemplification of the pairs innovative approach to sound construction, crafting a unique experience for fans all over the globe. Spiritually connecting, the enigmatic Tchami showcase of fresh sounds reflect his flourishing career development, asking the question, will the new Priest of Future House ever commit a musical sin?


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