Bleu Clair, an Indonesian-born artist, has quickly become a household name in the tech house world. He has developed his own distinct house style that exudes an incredible amount of enthusiasm on the dance floor. He appears to be on everyone’s radar, having garnered backing from notable musicians such as DJ Snake, Diplo, Skrillex, and many more.
Collaborations with Matroda, AC Slater, and other top-tier producers have resulted from his fascinating basslines. Tracks like “Disco Tool” and “Have Me All” rocketed to the top of the Beatport charts, rapidly boosting Bleu Clair’s fan base. Continuing his success in 2021, the talented performer made his first trip to the United States, performing at EDC Las Vegas, CRSSD Fest, and Seismic Dance Event.
Now, he’s back with his long-awaited EP, ‘New Age of House,’ and it’s another another great release from this young musician that is absolutely unstoppable. The EP includes some of his previously released hits, like “Aura” with Jargen, “Sand Dunes,” and “Killer Bee” with OOTORO and chyra, as well as fresh new bangers for the tech house genre.
Take, for example, “Love Capsule 2022,” a collaboration with Kara Chenoa that is an electrifying, jam with an irresistible bass line and appealing vocal lead that cements this as a dance floor hot. For “Peanut Butter,” Bleu collaborates with the acclaimed Dances With White Girls, offering a seductive bassline topped with tempting vocals and keyboard progressions.