Skytech and Fafaq return to R3HAB’s CYB3RPVNK platform with another hot collaboration under their joint alias All That MTRS. “Scrolling Up” is a cheeky play on society’s social media-checking habit, using a catchy vocal riff as the complement to the track’s funky, deep, but techy sound. The two talented Polish producers pull out the stops with growling synths and a minimal, driving bassline, making for a Tech-House single that is reminiscent of dark club dance floors. Skytech and Fafaq recently released “Lose Control” together with Saga Bloom as All That MTRS’ debut, and we look forward to seeing what else these two will put together in the future, so stay tuned!
Mateusz Dziewulski, better known by his artist name Skytech – is already a household name in his home country of Poland, and the rest of the world is soon to follow. His name first appeared on the map when R3HAB discovered his original track “Tiger” and then helped Skytech put final production touches on it, proving to be a winning team after “Tiger” skyrocketed to over 100M streams on all platforms. Since then, the two have worked on numerous tracks together via the CYB3RPVNK imprint, such as “Fuego,” “What You Do,” “Hyperspace,” “Starflight,” and more, fusing their sounds to make music that is club and festival-friendly while never sacrificing substance and soul.
Fafaq first erupted onto the scene in 2015-2016 with a series of popular releases on Spinnin’ Records, including “Tiger” with R3HAB, “Fever” and “Indigo” with Yves V, and “Pillowfight” with Bassjackers. His singles “Stay” and “Teenage Crime” were featured as the main theme of Tomorrowland Unite 2017 and Tomorrowland Winter 2019 after-movie. Fafaq returned after a long hiatus last summer with “I Want That House,” re-establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with. Keep an eye out for more music from your favorite and new CYB3RPVNK’s artists coming soon!
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Gold-Certified The Voice Judge Mosimann Returns To Protocol Recordings
For those of you whose pet peeve is talking on the dance floor, Mosimann knows how you feel. His new single “Don’t Talk” on Protocol Recordings is a high-energy Tech House track that is sure to be a hit in clubs this year, especially for those who just want to enjoy some quality dance music. The multi-talented Swiss/French artist wastes no time getting down to business, opening the track with a bouncy, driving bassline, quickly weaving in percussive synths and the namesake vocal hook.
“Don’t Talk” possesses all the elements for a true dancefloor filler and the requisite sass to match. Whether you’re at the club or your favorite festival stage, Mosimann brings the heat with his 9th single on Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings after a 2.5-year break. His last released on the label with Nicky as Monocule with “Time To Save.”
Mosimann is the complete package: a DJ, producer, singer, songwriter, self-taught musician, The Voice TV host, and Gold-certified artist based between Paris, France, and Luzern, Switzerland. He’s always taken great pride in bringing his passion for electronic music from the underground to the masses.
Steadily climbing his way to the top over the past 10 years, he became a regular fixture from worldwide DJ Mag Top 100 and joined the ranks of the top 10 best French DJs, growing a dedicated fan base of 800,000+ on social platforms. On stage, definitely moved by boundless energy, he confidently delivers his House set behind his turntables, drums, vocals, and keyboards.
He’s as able to release club tracks for memorable DJ sets worldwide like his releases on Defected or Cr2, as able to produce mainstream songs for live concerts like his latest single ‘Dancing on my own’ (Sony Music/RCA) which is currently breaking the charts in France. Basically, Mosimann is a real DJ-performer using his creative musician skills with perfection to appear today as an entertainment pioneer in the electronic music industry and also as a brilliant songwriter known notably for his work with French rapper Grand Corps Malade (album “Mesdames” diamond record certified), and many others.
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Nicky Romero Puts His Own Spin On House Tune “To The Floor”
What a story. The Dutch duo Loud’ N Bright sent Nicky Romero their track “To The Floor” as a promo earlier this year, and the Protocol label head liked it so much that he decided to put his own spin on it and let the duo release it. Romero’s edit honors Loud ‘N Bright’s booty-shaking original while adding some high-energy grooves. The track’s driving, bouncy bassline, and catchy vocal riffs make it absolutely perfect for nights getting down in the club. “To The Floor” is in line with Nicky’s recent sonic direction on tracks like “Back To Where We Started” with Afrojack and “For The People” with Third Party, as well as his earlier solo singles such as “Techtronic” and “Myriad.” Municipal Recordings launched in February 2022, so it’s a treat for that young but fast-rising label to welcome Nicky Romero to its growing catalog of releases.
Mouhriz and Olivier performed at the same party when they met each other. Instead of playing solo that night, they decided to play together, and immediately there was chemistry. They began collaborating under the name Loud’ N Bright in 2015, playing different venues in the Netherlands and organizing their club nights. In 2016, they started making music together. Uploaded Progressive- and Future-House remixes on Soundcloud and YouTube resulting in playing at leading festivals in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Denmark. Loud ‘N Bright has managed to stand out from the crowd and gain increasing recognition with their innovative style of rhythmic Tech House. “Our goal is to make a unique sound that people across the world will recognize. We need to work hard to accomplish our goals, but the best thing about it is that we can party a lot along the way.”
After taking the world by storm with early hits such as “Legacy” with Krewella and the #1 single “I Could Be The One” with Avicii, Nicky Romero quickly proved that his talent is ever-evolving and here to stay. After launching his Protocol Recordings imprint in 2012, the renowned performer, producer, and label head continued his personal successes with a string of high-profile releases, ranging from collaborations with Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, W&W, Timmy Trumpet and Steve Aoki to remixes for the likes of Robin Schulz, Kygo, Rita Ora, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, Jess Glynne and more. While showcasing his label’s roster via his weekly Protocol Radio show, Nicky Romero continues to innovate and evolve, and with his annual “Nicky Romero & Friends” ADE showcase and the launch of Monocule alter-ego, he keeps proving his ability to turn into gold everything he touches.
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Lukas Vane Drops Groovy Tech-House Single “All On Me”
Lukas Vane returns to Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings with the new record “All On Me,” featuring Jex, which makes his third single release on the label. It’s a bold fusion of Tech and Deep House, opening with sultry vocals that serve as the topline for a bouncy beat. Vane kicks things up a notch on the drop with the addition of percussive synths and groovy melodies, making for a dancefloor-friendly gem that feels right at home in the club or at the festival stage. “All On Me” follows his previous releases “Falling” and “Push it” with FAULHABER; Lukas Vane also previously worked with Tujamo on “Drop It,” which has amassed over 44M streams on Spotify.
Founded by Nicky Romero in 2012, Protocol Recordings is one of the leading imprints for innovative electronic dance music. It boasts a roster of heavy hitters, complemented by immensely talented up-and-comers such as Thomas Gold, Deniz Koyu, Teamworx, Futuristic Polar Bears, Trilane, Marcus Santoro, Stadiumx, Tim van Werd, Timmo Hendriks, Marc Benjamin and Nicky Romero himself, to name a few. Lukas Vane has always had a passion for music. It all started with music and theater lessons; at the age of 15, he laid his hands on a Pioneer midi-controller and played for days in his bedroom. A year later, he was playing at clubs throughout the country and started doing shows in Spain, Belgium, Greece, and the United States. Thus far, his music has been supported by artists such as Tiesto, David Guetta, Nicky Romero, Afrojack, Showtek, and Hardwell. In the past, he participated in a Dutch TV show, “House of Talent,” which was designed to showcase rising talent and help them grow. The audience fell in love with Vane’s personality and day-to-day life, creating an enormous fanbase for the young artist in the Netherlands. Vane is surely bound for big things for the rest of this year, so stay tuned for more new tracks coming soon.