Chams
A wonderfully scenic selection of lucid electronics...

French producer Chams grew up - almost literally - in the shadow of the alps.

The region helped shape his imagination, and a long-standing fascination with the area sparked a lengthy one man journey through the mountainous climes.

He emerged a changed man. The sheer scale of nature helped vastly reconfigure the way he approached music, leading to a great appreciation of both size and scale.

Energised, he has been working furiously, with new EP 'Lettre d’Amort' having deep roots in this transcendental experience.

Beauty experienced through awe, it's a wonderful collection of material, the subtle shifts in dynamic lending itself to what could - in the loosest possible - be termed system music.

Here, Chams has pieced together a new mix, containing key touchstones for his own music as well as a few pointers for where he might go next.

It makes for fascinating listening - ranging from Kuedo and Burial through to U-ziq, with a dash of Chams' own material as well.

Tune in now.

Tracklisting:
Jean Michel Blais – Nostos
Chams - ?
Krampfhaft – Waiting For Emma
Chams – Degenere Essence
Kuedo – Seeing The Edges
In My Talons – Bey In E-Minor
Chams – Trust The Rust
Burqa – Chebalah
U-ziq – Hasty Boom Alert
Jam City – Proud
Basile – Illusions
Yves Tumor – Devout
Compton White - ?
Burial – Come Down To Us
Shanghai Den – The Sun
Compton White – Vice
CITV Lorn – The Well
CYPHR – Sun
Nosaj Thing – Light #1
ISLAND – Lights Go By
Velour - Speedway Nujabes – Horizon

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'Lettre d’Amort' is out now.

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