Tag Archives: Channel Tres

Hit of The Week: Honey Dijon ‘Show Me Some Love’

Honey Dijon has shared a video for her new single::‘Show Me Some Love’. The track is the new single to be taken from the Chicago-raised, New York and Berlin-based house music producer, musician, and DJ’s forthcoming full length album, ‘Black Girl Magic’. 

Hit of The Wek: Channel Tres ‘No Limit’

Channel Tres has shared the second single from his debut studio LP, Real Cultural Shit. “No Limit” drops two-and-a-half months ahead of the album’s scheduled December 8 release via GODMODE, and two months behind the project’s announcement and the arrival of its lead single, “Just Can’t Get Enough.”

Ville à Dômat # 251: ‘The Invisible Dance’

Acomiadem aquest mes de juny amb una nova selecció de la millor i més nova música indie del moment. Mentre Divus Julius Bonasera segueix convalescent i no tornarà fins la propera temporada ens prepara una dansa invisible. Punxarem el més nou de Cuco, Yellow Days, Holly Ghost!, Low Island, Alfie Templeman, Amber Mark o Floating Points entre d’altres.

Dijous 22h i dissabtes 13h 100.5FM Ràdio Ciutat Vella

Ville à Dômat: The Invisible Dance


Divus Julius presents…Channel Tres

It’s a common trope these days that some of the best “new” artists have been working behind the scenes years prior to their own debut, or writing for others before experimenting with personal output.

Compton’s Channel Tres, the latest signing from Godmode, is following in those footsteps, albeit with a completely different style of music. Having worked as a songwriter and producer for artists such as Kehlani and Duckwrth, Channel Tres honed his talents through the voice of others.

Recently signed to Godmode, Tres worked extensively with the pair that runs the label: songwriter Nick Sylvester and former major A&R Talya Elitzer. These two know how to help push an artist to the next level, having previously done so with both Shamir and New York City via Seoul producer and singer Yaeji. With Tres’ debut song, “Controller,” the polish the pair applied to their previous work is abundantly clear, and so is Tres’ experience.