Miami-based Parisian DJ Tchami has finally dropped his long awaited “Revelations” EP. The “Revelations” EP is 6 tracks, with 4 of them being brand new. The 2 tracks we already have heard on the EP, “Adieu” & “World To Me” are staples in the house music community and have launched Tchami to the forefront of the EDM scene.
‘World To Me' starts off with a gorgeous organ prelude that weaves with the dreamy vocals of Luke James. When the song gives way to a drop it has a deep tropical, summer house feel. While this was a change of pace for Tchami, it is still a a huge success as its garnered love from almost everyone in the EDM community.
“Godspell” is the 1st new track on the EP, and it is an an absolute banger. Sampling the vocals from Human Resources “Dominator”, Tchami and Taiki Nulight turn the bass up on this one, weaving in and out of electro and bass house beautifully. This is a track that will go perfectly in festival and club sets all over the world.
“Dont Let Me Down” is the next track on the EP, and this track is awesome. Starting out with a very future house vibe, it has some great vocals on top of a great piano piece. Once you get to the chorus however, this song basses (is that even a word?) up REAL quick. This song is great and made for the deep basement house sets.
“Zeal” the 4th track on the EP is probably my personal favorite of the new tracks. With what sounds like a steelpan to start it off, it gives you a real tropical vibe that leads itself into an absolutely groovy deep house beat. This song is amazingly produced, with all types of instruments being sampled it's incredible how fluid the whole track comes together. This is a song that puts a smile on my face.
“Adieu” is one of my favorite house track of all time and could be Tchami's biggest hit to date. The seven-minute track builds up slowly and shows off Tchami’s house origins. The smooth, yet addicting bassline draws in listeners. The buildup keeps them. Then the subtle, yet memorable drop is met with short and simple vocals. The song has been played in sets and festivals across the world and usually is the final track for his live sets.
“Adieu, Pt. II” is the final track on the EP and a nice way to close it up. Basically just a VIP of “Adieu”, Tchami slows it down and takes the track a little bit deeper in the house scale. Now I don't think this track is as good as the original, I do really enjoy it and like how he took it down a notch as its a beautiful exit to the EP.
All in all, this was an absolute masterpiece of an EP and will be in most house fans rotations for the months to come. Check out the entire EP below and make sure to let us know what you think on social!
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