Tchami's "Adieu" Gets Impressive Remix From 18-Year-Old Producer Chace

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18-year-old producer Chace put a deep house spin on Tchami’s recent track “Adieu” and took it to another level. Released on Tchami’s Confession record label, this soulful remix is sure to get you moving. 

Chace keeps the vibe of the original while adding his own elements to this impressive flip. We can hear the original vocal progression, though the pitch is slightly brought up. Deep, ambient chords combine to form the buildup, with groovy vocal samples overlaying future house basslines. Chace’s funky take on this Tchami track will please both veterans and newcomers to the deep and future house scenes. Enjoy!

Tchami - Adieu (Chace Remix) | Purchase

The Underachievers Deliver New 15-Track Album 'Renaissance'

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The Underachievers have now shared their new 15-track album Renaissance roughly a year after their most recent project It Happened In Flatbush. The album follows a similar sound from their past releases and is a strong addition to their catalogue.

The brooklyn-based due comprising of Issa Gold and AKTHESAVIOR had an impressive string of singles leading up the the full LP including “Gotham Nights” and “Cobra Clutch.” The laid-back production carries a soulful vibe throughout incorporating some darker productions as well as brighter sounding tracks utilizing live instrumentation in the beat. The duo effortlessly bounce back and forth with their technical verses maintaining a smooth quality about them throughout the project. It’s worth giving a full listen to kick back and enjoy!

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Feed Me Returns To deadmau5’s Label With Impressive New ‘Existential Crisis” EP Ft. Kill The Noise & More

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After over half a year of flying under the radar, Feed Me is back with the much-anticipated release of his Existential Crisis EP, out today on Deadmau5’s label, Mau5trap. The EP’s release comes just a couple of days after Feed Me’s most recent single off of the project, also titled “Existential Crisis,” went live. The rest of the EP goes toe to toe with this first impressive track, featuring dynamic songs and truly masterful production.

Although Existential Crisis is dominated by the electro house genre, a host of other influences make their subtle appearances here and there. The offering pushes the limit throughout with energized tracks like “Shell Pet” and “Beans Baxter,” and it even achieves an emotional depth with atmospheric elements like the ones found in “Starcrash.” The EP ends on an unforgettable note with “Crazy Maybe,” a massive collaboration with Kill The Noise and Anjulie that utilizes snarling synths and distorted vocals to tie the project together impeccably. Existential Crisis no doubt fits in perfectly on Mau5trap, and is a formidable piece of work from start to finish. Stream the full EP below and enjoy!

Feed Me - Existential Crisis | Purchase

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