Kramder fuses bass house and disco in the “Funkastic” EP

Tchami’s beloved imprint Confessìon is the most appreciated label in the bass house scene, always delivering some of the finest bass-driven house music from both upcoming and well-established artists.

Its’ latest release is “Funkastic” EP from a young producer from Paris named Kramder. This guy’s sound takes early inspiration from the French house movement with such artists like Daft Punk, Justice, Kavinsky and the EdBanger Records, all while introducing some heavy bass-house bass lines and disco notes.

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Kramder fuses bass house and disco in the “Funkastic” EP out now via Confession

This EP is the perfect showcase for his sound. Both “Pure Gasoline” and “Groove Sauce” feature the same elements: a classic bass house shape, with vocoder-threated vocal samples, funky guitars, and heavy basslines.

Dropped at the beginning of this month, the EP is currently available worldwide.

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