Set for release later this year on Godmode, Channel Tres has announced his new album ‘Real Cultural Shit’.
Providing “a proper introduction to the sound of Compton house”, Channel says, “My dad is from Chicago. House music was created there, and over time the music got lost in translation. So, when I studied it and I saw that it was African-American people and Latinos and the LGBTQ community I got really inspired by it.”
Sharing new single ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’ alongside the news, have a listen below.
See Channel Tres live at the following dates:
24 - Shambhala Festival - Salmo, BC
05 - Vortex Festival - Denver, CO
10 - Sziget Festival - Budapest, Hungary
12 - Summer Well - Buftea, Romania
13 - Three Days of O - Copenhagen, Denmark
14 - Baou - Marseille, France (DJ Set)
18 - Frequency Festival - St. Pölten, Austria
19 - Pukkelpop Festival - Hasselt, Belgium
20 - Lowlands - Biddinghuizen, Netherlands
27 - All Points East - London, UK
28 - Rock en Seine - Saint-Cloud, France
04 - North Coast Music Festival - Chicago, IL
25 - Portola Festival - San Francisco, C
27 - Crescent Ballroom - Phoenix, AZ
28 - Electric Playhouse - Albuquerque, NM
30 - Emo’s - Austin, TX
01 - The Echo - Dallas, TX
02 - Warehouse Live - Studio - Houston, TX
04 - Variety Playhouse - Atlanta, GA
06 - Leland City Club - Detroit, MI
07 - Phoenix Concert Theatre - Toronto, ON
08 - S.A.T. - Montreal, QC
11 - Underground Arts - Philadelphia, PA
13 - Ai - Washington D.C.
14 - Brooklyn Steel - New York, NY
11 - Red Hill Auditorium - Perth, Australia (w/ Flume)
16 - Riverstage - Brisbane, Australia (w/ Flume)
18 - The Dome at Sydney Showground - Sydney, Australia (w/ Flume)
24 - John Cain Arena - Melbourne, Australia (w/ Flume)
06 - The Fonda - Los Angeles, CA
07 - The Fonda - Los Angeles, CA
10 - The Fremont Theater - San Luis Obispo, CA
14 - Wonder Ballroom - Portland, OR
15 - The Showbox - Seattle, WA
16 - Celebrities Nightclub, Vancouver, BC
SG Lewis’ second studio album arrives later this month.
Lifted from his forthcoming new album ‘Real Cultural Shit’.
His new album ‘Real Cultural Shit’ is set to arrive early next year.
Creating his own self-described niche of Compton house, Channel Tres is dancing all the way to the top.