Tchami & Malaa Drop Another Bass House Heater “Kurupt” From Forthcoming “No Redemption” EP

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So far, both of the previously released singles from Tchami and Malaa’s forthcoming No Redemption EP, “Summer ‘99” and “The Sermon” have been hits. Both tracks have been rinsed out heavily by DJs and racked up millions of plays across streaming platforms. Today, the Parisian duo release another single from No Redemption, titled “Kurupt”, and it’s a dirty, bass house heater.  

Tchami and Malaa have proved time and time again that their styles, although quite different, flow together immaculately. They’ve collaborated with each other more than they have with any other artists, and they continue to slay their back to back No Redemption live sets. It’s hard to tell who handled which parts of the production on “Kurupt” but, if you listen closely, you can begin to pick out the signature sounds of both producers.

With three singles already released from their No Redemption EP, we really want to know how many other tracks Tchami and Malaa are sitting on. The project is set to be officially released in the Spring, so it looks like we’ll just have to wait and see. For now, give “Kurupt” a few rinses to get your weekend started. Enjoy!

Tchami & Malaa - Kurupt

Malaa Shares His Full Bumping Closing Set From Holy Ship 10.0

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One of the best features of Holy Ship! is the freedom that the DJs have to experiment with their sets. Instead of playing one hourlong set at a festival where they’re playing for tens of thousands, most artists are able to play anywhere from two to four sets on the ship. Malaa, the enigmatic Parisian house wizard, took full advantage of this, and threw down three separate, distinguishable sets on Holy Ship 10.0 (including a b2b with label mate Tchami). 

For his final set on the fourth night, Malaa dove a little deeper than he normally does, playing almost a full 75-minute tech-house set. Normally you would hear him drop his standard bangers off CONFESSION like “Notorious”, “Diamonds”, and “Fade”, but those were nowhere to be found in his set that closed out 10.0. Instead, Malaa was playing tracks from the likes of Camelphat, Solardo, Fisher, and other tech-house all-stars.

Luckily for us, Malaa released the set in its entirety today, for everyone to feast on. If you close your eyes and focus hard enough, you can almost feel the boat rocking… Enjoy!

Malaa - Holy Ship 2018 Full Set

Ultra Music Festival Announces 2018 Lineup Ft. Virtual Self, Flosstradamus, DJ Snake, RL Grime & More

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Ultra Music Festival is perhaps the most well known electronic event in the world. Located annually at the scenic Bayfront Park in Miami, Florida, this stacked 3-day gathering consistently brings both veterans to the industry and the most exciting new acts to hit the scene each year.

This year Ultra will celebrate its 20th anniversary, and the festival just dropped one of its craziest lineups yet. As always, the lineup features genres from across the board. Headliners include names like Armin Van Buuren, The Chainsmokers, DJ Snake, Eric Prydz, Flosstradamus, Kaskade, Marshmello, RL Grime and many more, with artists Empire of the Sun, Tchami x Malaa, Infected Mushroom and more performing live.

Perhaps most exciting about the lineup, however, is Virtual Self – the explosive new project from Porter Robinson that’s taken the country by storm since its launch in October. So far, this will be Virtual Self’s second festival performance ever, with the first taking place at Buku in New Orleans. Tchami and Malaa will also be in the mix for their insane b2b live ‘No Redemption’ performance.

As for supporting acts, they are just as vibrant as the headliners. Artists like REZZ, San Holo, What So Not, GTA, Ghastly, JOYRYDE, Kayzo, NGHTMRE x Slander, Ookay and many, many more will also bring their talents to Miami on March 23, 24 and 25 of 2018. Find tickets here and check out the full lineup above & below. Enjoy!

Ultra Music Festival 2018

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