Two CONFESSION professionals have teamed up to produce a dark, glitchy, G-house track “Fire Alarm.” ANGELZ, who had the first ever release on Tchami’s premiere house label, is fresh off another successful EP release, Saint Thug II, which has amassed hundreds of thousands of streams already in its first month. Wax Motif has seen just as much praise for his most recent EP, Tokyo, which happened to be his CONFESSION debut. Together, the two G-house all-stars have blended their talents to create something that sounds like nothing you’ve heard so far.

Some producers nowadays will overthink the vocal layer to their track, and have it ultimately sounding cheesy and uninspired. The vocals on “Five Alarm” come in smooth and set the stage, letting Wax’s and ANGELZ’s signature shine through at the drop. The tune may sound like a pop hit at first, but once the forward thinking G-house rhythm comes in, you can tell that this jaunt was made exclusively for dark, sweaty dance floors.

This CONFESSION tune is the second of what I hope is many more collaborations to come. The only other notable collaboration between label mates was last “I Wanna” by Habstrakt & Jace Mek, which was released just last month. Both “I Wanna” and “Five Alarm” came out with huge potential and will no doubt see much success for the remainder of the year.

Stream the new ANGELZ and Wax Motif collab, “Five Alarm,” below:

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