Bleu Clair Releases Monumental EP ‘New Age Of House’

No artist has ever exploded onto the house scene quite like Bleu Clair. Born in Indonesia, Bleu has cultivated his own unique style of tech house, paving the way for future producers within the genre. After dropping his first collab, “Make You Mine”, with Ytram, the alter ego of Martin Garrix, Bleu’s career took off.

Following up the single, Bleu dropped energetic remixes for renowned artists like Tchami and Habstrakt. Then in 2021, Bleu delivered a constant stream of chart toppers. Tracks such as “Have Me All”, “Green Light” with AC Slater, and “Disco Tool” with Matroda, burned up dance floors across the country. Bleu also showcased his mixing abilities at prominent clubs and popular festivals like Seismic Dance Event, EDC Las Vegas, and San Diego’s CRSSD Fest.

Exponentially growing his success, Bleu has put out a number of house heaters in 2022 as well. Now he presents his impressive five-track EP, “New Age Of House”. The EP includes some of Bleu’s singles from earlier this year: his collab with Jargen on “Aura”, “Killer Bee” with OOTORO and chyra, and the hypnotic “Sand Dunes”. 

Bringing two new groovy tracks to his extensive production library, “New Age Of House” also encompasses, “Peanut Butter” and “Love Capsule”. Working with Dance With White Girls on “Peanut Butter”, the song features uplifting sequences of piano and spellbinding vocals. “Love Capsule” on the other hand is more of a funky project, with a bassline that can be felt throughout one’s entire body. Fueled by his passion for music and dedication to his craft, Bleu shows that he is ready to change the game with “New Age Of House”.




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