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Malaa And Dombresky Team Up For Dark House Single “Hostyl”

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Although anonymity seems to be a rising trend in the electronic world, arguably no one does it more authentically than Malaa. With his simple black ski mask and overall subdued look, this powerhouse producer’s appearance truly lets his house/techno signature sound steal the show. Between his 12-track Illegal Mixtape, extensive ‘Who Is Malaa’ mixes, various singles such as “Belleville” and “Paris 96” and much more, Malaa has also been on a tear throughout 2017. 

Today the mysterious artist is back once again, this time dropping a collaboration called “Hostyl” with fellow Confession artist Dombresky. This track is definitely one to listen to on a good pair of headphones, as there are numerous intricacies within the production that demand to be heard. The overall mood of the song is sinister, brooding and, consequently, captivating. Between the spaced out synths, rumbling basslines and a drop that only gets better and more complex with each passing second, we can’t get enough of “Hostyl.” Check it out below and enjoy!

Malaa x Dombresky - Hostyl | Purchase

Malaa Shares Funky New Track “Paris 96'” [Free Download]

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Does Malaa really exist? Is the person behind the mask some kind of enigmatic superproducer? Is Malaa Tchami and DJ Snake’s side project? No one can say for sure, but does it really even matter? From ridiculously infectious singles such as “Bylina” and "Belleville" to highly anticipated ‘Who is Malaa’ mixes, all that really matters at this point is that Malaa is a powerhouse of a producer, and today they’ve reconfirmed it yet again with a new single titled “Paris 96’”.
 
Malaa’s latest offering is a refreshing mixup of funk, house and soul that’s sure to get the dancefloor moving. From the start, Malaa dials in the old school vibes, blending some hard-hitting drums in with a sample from René & Angela’s “I Love You More”. Around the 1:36 mark, Notorious B.I.G. fans are sure to notice a sample from Biggy and Jay-Z’s “I Love the Dough” (which also samples René & Angela’s 1981 hit), before the track jumps into a old school funk-inspired bridge. Stream and download Malaa’s new track “Paris 96'” below and enjoy!
 

Malaa - Paris 96' | Free Download On Player

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Malaa Shares Impressive 'Who is Malaa #17' Mix

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Mysterious producer Malaa is back with a staggering 17th edition of his ‘Who is Malaa’ mixes. Between his contagious house signature and anonymous hooded appearance, the unique artist has caught our eye since he burst onto the scene back in 2016, dropping various singles on Tchami’s Confession imprint and even teaming up with the artist for “Prophecy”. His most recent release was a bass-fueled original “Belleville,” and he’s kept the momentum high with this latest mix.

‘Who is Malaa #17’ is dark, captivating and smooth – everything we’ve grown to love about Malaa over the past year or so. The mix is heavy throughout, from the bass-intensive tracks to the more subdued bits. The release alternates between house, techhouse and techno, presenting a noteworthy fusion of styles that keeps things fresh and effortless for the entire half hour mix. Check it out below and enjoy!

Malaa - Who is Malaa #17

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