Tchami & Malaa brought down the house at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta on Saturday, November 18th. With Halogen as the opening act the duo proceeded to melt minds and faces around 10:30 PM. Check out some of the videos I took below:
Summer ’99. Bass was lit.
I know this one! It’s “The Sermon” check out the light show these cubes give off.
Another unknown song. The drop was incredible however.
Pure Bass/Future/Dance house vibes.
Another epic remix with ridiculous bass.
[Future & Deep House:] Chilled Upbeat Grooves (Nov. 17 Mix)
Check out my latest mix, “Chilled Upbeat Grooves” on SoundCloud. Full of songs perfectly in between “chill” and “upbeat.” Look out for more mixes soon.
There aren’t many good remixes of Kid Cudi’s “Day ‘N Nite” but Moski’s Switch Up is excellent. The right amount of Future House flair, while still incorporating the best elements of the original make for a banger that shouldn’t be missed.
Kid Cudi has always been a favorite of mine and I’ve been listening to his music since he was underground, well before Day ‘N Nite became a hit. I’ve always felt a special connection with his music. His originality, his realness, touching on issues such as depression and addiction, and the messages within his music.
Crookers is great as well and has released many “underground” like house hits and actually helped make Kid Cudi famous when they remixed “Day ‘N Nite” way back in 2008. The song was so successful in Europe (and eventually America) that it got it’s own music video, even before the original song had gotten a video!
Update: the .mp3 has been properly updated to the final version.
[NEW DJ Mix:] Sept. 2017 Dance & Bass House Mix
Check out my latest mix above, a quick mix of this summer’s eclectic dance music and bass-house hits! Starting with some smooth house from Kraak & Smaak then progressively getting grimier and more bass ridden, this mix is made to dance to. Follow me on Soundcloud, Twitter & more through the page for my mix!
[EDM/Rap:] Flux Pavilion – Stain (feat. Two-9)
Atlanta Rap Collective group Two-9 has teamed up with one of the biggest DJs in the game (and major headliner of this weekend’s Imagine Music Festival), Flux Pavilion. The result is an eardrum destroying massive track that is guaranteed to do nothing except blow up in popularity.
Congratulations to the Two-9 family of artists, local Atlantans making big moves!
[Dance/Bass House:] Matt Nash – Run
Check out Matt Nash’s “Run,” a festival circuit ready ride through atmospheric synths, heavy bass and uplifting vocals.
More Matt Nash Music:
Check out some of these great tracks by electronic producer and DJ, SAM F. His music has been featured on the popular animated show American Dad. In the episode ‘Standard Deviation’, the main character Stan must defeat his boss, Avery Bullock, in a DJ battle to avoid being sent on a suicidal CIA mission. He accomplishes this by downloading a set by “some weird guy named SAM F who had a billion likes [on Soundcloud]” as he states in the episode. Sam’s remix of “Flicka Da Wrist” appears during the episode’s most prominent scene, where Stan experiences a drug-induced trip that has him eventually winning his DJ battle.
If you know me, you know that American Dad is one of my favorite animated shows of all time. Though I grew up with MacFarlane’s parent show, Family Guy, over time Family Guy has struggled to retain its’ core audience. Episodes of Family Guy recently have gotten better, but for a time (about a year or two ago) some of the episodes seemed a little too politically charged, or had jokes that were too random, specific, or niche-driven.
Check out more from SAM F below: