Tchami stands atop Miami’s upmost point for electric ‘The Elevation Sunrise’ stream [Watch]
Delivering an album amid the COVID-19 pandemic has presented an unheard-of deterrent to artists when accounting for the inability to convert an LP to a live setting. Just falling shy of the two-month mark from Year Zero‘s arrival, Tchami took the opportunity to put his debut album into action for the very first time, standing atop Miami’s One Thousand Museum for a one-hour stream with Insomniac as the sun crept up across the Biscayne Bay.
Now accessible on Tchami’s YouTube, “The Elevation Sunrise” excursion stands in for what would have been a coinciding Year Zero tour this fall and winter. Running through a crowd of both present-day favorites and album gems, including “All On Me” with ZHU and “Faith” with Marlena Shaw, Tchami brought daylight to southern Florida in world-class fashion, with masterful camerawork and a spectacular aerial perspective from the city’s highest point of view to show for it. For those relentlessly scouring for Tchami’s coveted Webster Hall 2015 ID, which he confirmed would be a bonus gift as part of the Year Zero vinyl edition, the Parisian introduced a modernized version of the long-awaited future house delicacy, sliding in at the sunrise performance’s 37-minute mark.
Watch Tchami’s aptly branded “The Elevation Sunrise” set in full below.
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