Chocolate Puma & Antranig Bring 90’s Tech House Sounds, “Blam!”

They’re no strangers to oldskool rave sounds, in fact, Chocolate Puma almost invented it back in the day.

Now, the famous Dutch duo touches on this again with raw, uncut tech house music alongside NYC DJ/producer Antranig, as they release ‘Blam!’, out now on Spinnin’ Records.

One of dance music’s most legendary and still very active dance acts Chocolate Puma is known for its innovative production skills, recently working up strong tech and future house elements into its music. ‘Blam’ seems to be another highlight, an exciting collab with the unstoppable house force coming from Antranig.

Building momentum with a cool, pumping groove, the track evolves with thrilling rhythmics, high energy drums, and a pounding, techno-infused drop. This is tech music in full effect, sure to ignite any crowd it hits.

DJ support is already overwhelming, including Tiësto, Hardwell, Oliver Heldens, Martin Garrix, Sander van Doorn, Kryder, Tchami, CID and many more.

“We’ve always been fans of Antranig’s sound and we’ve been playing his heavy tribal track ‘Back That Up’ countless times in our sets. So when we started working on ‘Blam!’ a few years (!) ago it started out as this drum only tribal affair. It was cool, but only after we added an organ bassline reminiscence of that mid 90’s New York house we all felt this was something special.” – Chocolate Puma

“I’ve always been a massive fan of Chocolate Puma, as far back as The Good Men and Jark Prongo. Their music has always been a part of my DJ sets and has definitely influenced me tremendously as a producer over the years, so for me to have the opportunity to collaborate with them on ‘Blam!’ has been an absolute honor.” – Antranig

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