Seen above in the mysterious profile, Tchami may just be EDM’s most elusive artist – well, behind Zhu of course. 2014 was a massive year for the French ‘Future House’ innovator. Fresh off of taking last year’s festival scene by storm and remixing Jack U’s first single ‘Take U There’ (heard of it?), Tchami is really making a name for himself. Join the212 later tonight at Webster Hall for a cleanse of the mind, body and soul with this priest like performer – tickets are still available here. And if you have five minutes to spare on a Friday, the track below needs to invade your eardrums immediately.
The clerical religious garb is where the Tchami brand got some traction, but how did his music actually get on the map? Someone by the name of Lady Gaga enlisted his skills in multiple roles for her album Artpop, wow. Think that can’t be topped? The interwebs went crazy when the production credits for DJ Snake’s ‘Turn Down for What’ video revealed that Tchami was actually a song writer on the track, what?!
There he is above, Martin Bresso. I guess it makes sense why he fails to do in-person interviews with the media, the sonic productions he creates do all the talking. From remixing Janet Jackson’s ‘Go Deep’ and topping charts in the UK with his recent smash ‘Promesses’, Tchami is primed to takeover 2015. It is definitely going to get spiritual up in Webster this week’s rendition of Girls and Boys. Not sold yet? Check out the music video below for all the vibes and feels: