Tchami & Malaa bust out rockin’ set on STMPD RCRDS stage during Tomorrowland
Two of the best bass/future house producers in the world went toe to toe last weekend at Tomorrowland in Belgium. Tchami and Malaa are well known for their production sorcery and huge live presence. The duo graced the STMPD RCRDS stage that housed artists like Matisse & Sadko, Brooks, and Jonas Blue. The Pardon My French Associates are truly a force to be reckoned with.
The duo have worked amongst names like Mercer and DJ Snake. The two have spent time on both their solo careers and their partnership within the past few months. Together they released their ‘No Redemption EP’ to the delight of many. Their sounds compliment each other nicely and we can expect to see them together in the future. They kicked off their set with the “No Redemption Intro” that cascaded into BROHUG and Tchami’s filthy bass zinger titled; “My Place”. Tracks from Magnificence and Delayers rang out in style as more originals from Tchami and Malaa made their way live.
A hallmark of the duo’s sound is their unique sound design and intuitive style. With a strong emphasis on offbeat bass lines and riveting drums, the pairing know how to deliver real thunder. Perhaps one of the most notable moments of their set was when they played Martin Garrix’s track “Wizard” that received the Tchami treatment.