Tchami‘s record label Confession has always curated a roster of top-shelf house music artists. From releasing tracks from legends like Chocolate Puma to newly established talents like Nostalgix, they influence the house music scene year-after-year with their releases. Their latest release “Take The Mic” from Buitano is no different as it serves the kind of dark-room bass house goodness the label is known to serve.
“Take The Mic” opens with a growling bassline and alarms that sound like distant screams and screeches. Buitano follows-up by adding slick kicks and hi-hats into the mix giving a horror movie, dance party vibes. By the time the drop hits, the rhythm is so infectious that you’ll be hitting the dancefloor to this thing at any occasion. I
For long time fans of the Confession label, Buitano should be no stranger to their ears. Formerly producing as JC Ordonez, he has been with Confession consistently releasing remixes and originals since 2019. However, he has also seen support and releases from labels Dim Mak, IN / ROTATION, and Divided Souls. Buitano’s name may have changed, but what hasn’t changed is his propensity for supplying house fans with pristine and gritty house music.
Make sure to check out “Take The Mic” by Buitano out now.