Confession Alchemy VI

Tchami’s label CONFESSION continues to prove that it’s at the forefront of the scene with the latest edition of their Alchemy compilation series.


Tchami has been a mover and shaker in the dance music scene since first breaking out back in 2013. Always making waves with his beats that reside in the realm of future and bass house, he’s dominated speakers all over the world with his forward-thinking sound. In 2015 he launched his own imprint, CONFESSION, to provide a home for other artists in the scene.

Delivering some truly massive releases over the years, CONFESSION has proven to be one of the top labels to follow if you’re looking for tunes to get down and dirty to on the dancefloor. Now, they’re starting off the decade in the best way possible with the latest edition of their renowned Alchemy compilation series that shines a light on future stars in the scene.

Now reach its sixth edition, Alchemy features tracks from some of our favorite rising artists like OMNOM and FREAK ON, the 10-track releases also brings with it some fantastic beats and infectious basslines from Get Bad, MNNR, and Cave Studio. Additionally, the collaboration between Jesse Marco and Dances With White Girls, “Vibrate.” is a surefire floor filler that you simply can’t help but groove out to.

Listen to Alchemy VI on Spotify below, download or stream the release on your favorite platform, and let us know which track from the compilation you loved the most in the comments!

Stream Alchemy VI on Spotify:


Alchemy VI – Tracklist:

  1. DLMT & Marco Marz – The Streets
  2. Jesse Marco & Dances With White Girls – Vibrate
  3. Krooner & DOGMA – Gone
  4. FREAK ON – Get Down
  5. Get Bad – Everybody’s Sin’
  6. MNNR – Feed Them
  7. Cave Studio – Take Me
  8. JC Ordonez & ToMix – Side Chick
  9. OMNOM – Laffy Taffy (feat. K-Line)
  10. Curtiba – Brkfst

Confession Alchemy VI


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