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It’s the beginning of a new decade and international house music icon Tchami is proud to present the latest edition of his groundbreaking compilation series. The flourishing imprint CONFESSION has pieced together the latest installment of their Alchemy compilation series, dubbed ALCHEMY VI. Featuring tunes from a wide array of artists championing house music around the globe, ALCHEMY VI is the embodiment of what’s to come for CONFESSION as a whole this forthcoming year. 

With each tune hand-selected by Tchami himself, ALCHEMY VI is full of dark, heavy basslines, hypnotic vocal samples, and some of the fastest rising talent in the game. From the intoxicating grooves in DLMT & Marco Marz’ “The Streets” to the addictive bassline in FREAK ON’s “Get Down,” this compilation is packed with fresh, innovative tracks that are tailor made for the dance floor. ALCHEMY VI is available for streaming and purchase now.

Making her debut with the Confession imprint, Nostalgix alongside producer DANNY TIME are bringing down the house with their release. The two came together to drop a massive house tune “Locked & Loaded” that I’m sure made label owner Tchami proud.

French producer Dombresky, releases “Call 909” in collaboration with UK producer Samaran on Confession, Tchami’s label. This marks a new direction for the Parisian artist, as his signature house sound matures into UK house, garage territory.

Dutch label Dirty Soul Records’ latest release comes from Italian singer Caroline Koch and her debut English single “Timeless.” This week the track gets a deep pop makeover courtesy of Tchami. Be sure to keep an eye out for the upcoming remix package featuring this rework as well as others be Wankelmut and more!

After a successful and breakout year in 2014, Tchami returns with a new single “After Life” and announces his EP by the same name. It’s tough to describe his sound, but there’s elements of house, experimental, and future bass in “After Life.” Featuring vocals from Stacy Barthe, the track is a dark, brooding, thought-provoking single that continues to build throughout before reaching a striking, inimitable climax.