The collaboration of two major artists is always an exciting prospect, and that certainly is the case for French producers Tchami and Malaa. Household names in their own right, the pair have been touring the world with their ‘No Redemption‘ project, which has now resulted in a 5 track EP. The aptly titled ‘No Redemption EP‘ was released today on Tchami’s label Confession.
The EP begins with a brass-heavy intro track that was featured at the start of their B2B Ultra 2018 set, played on the Live Stage. The intro steers away from the usual bass house sound that the pair have dominated, to simply provide an atmospheric opening that creates both mystery and excitement for what is to follow. With the following three tracks already heavily played by the Frenchmen on their 2018 North America tour – ‘Summer ’99‘, ‘The Sermon‘, and the most recent release ‘Kurupt‘- their addition to the EP recognises the connection between the intelligently crafted sounds of each track. With an iconic blend of both Tchami’s driving melodies and Malaa’s signature basslines, it is clear to see that the pair have found a middle ground when compiling the EP. The final track of the EP, titled ‘Deus‘, utilises a rhythmic and slightly charming flute sound to provide the build up to what is a bass-driven club weapon.
The stunning collection of tracks incorporate the sounds that define these two great individual artists, and display the production skill that has created such tracks as ‘Afterlife‘ from Tchami and ‘Notorious‘ by Malaa. Pioneering their sounds and projecting them onto main stages around the world, the two French producers aren’t afraid to defy the boundaries of their genres, continuously venturing into new territory and giving fans so much to look forward to.
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Check out the ‘No Redemption EP’ from Tchami and Malaa below.