Trilane duo returns to Protocol with their brand new track “Come Back Down” with fellow Swede Felicity, a solid modern progressive gem that will have you blasting off to a different realm at first listen. With its bouncy bassline, spacey synths, and energetic melodies, “Come Back Down” is reminiscent of progressive house’s early days when icons like Axwell ruled the radio waves. The revival of this classic sound is something Protocol has truly taken to heart this year, inspiring another generation of electronic music listeners to fall in love with its uplifting vibe. The new track follows Trilane’s “Believe” with Philip Strand and “Never Forget,” which was edited by Nicky Romero himself. “Come Back Down” is Felicity’s debut on the label; he previously released on Size, Axtone, and other notable record labels.
Founded by Nicky Romero, Protocol Recordings is one of the leading imprints for innovative house music; it boasts a roster of heavy-hitters complemented with immensely talented up-and-comers, all with a diverse range of sounds that are guaranteed to light up a dance floor. Among them are Trilane, the Swedish powerhouse duo behind Protocol tracks “Miss Out,” “Hot For U,” “Bittersweet,” “Still Think Of You,” and “Believe.” With their string of releases on Protocol over the last 2 years, Trilane have become label veterans, with “Come Back Down” being their 6th release. They have also released on Revealed Recordings and Wall Recordings. With the unwavering support of Nicky himself and other high-profile artists, it’s safe to say Trilane’s future is very bright indeed.
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Stream In Full: Trilane & YARO’s New Progressive Vocal Gem “Way Out”
Trilane and YARO once again join forces for their deep progressive vocal gem “Way Out”, the newest cut from Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings. Opening with breathy vocals by Sarah De Warren over an ethereal sonic backdrop, “Way Out” gradually melts into a groovy, progressive bassline that is both suited for dancefloors and radio play. The skillful fusion of emotive lyrics and soft but driving melodies make “Way Out” a multifaceted masterpiece. This is yet another all-star collaboration between Trilane, who mark their 9th release on the label at present, and the young YARO; the two have previously teamed up for “Miss Out” – YARO’s debut single, which received an edit by Nicky Romero himself, as well as singles “Dum Dum,” “Hot For U,” “Horatio,” and “Dollarz.” “Way Out” is Sarah De Warren’s first release on Protocol, and hopefully not last; she has worked earlier with Kaskade, Mike Perry, Ilan Bluestone, and many more.
Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings has quickly become a renowned, taste-making imprint with a diverse roster of artists who all have one thing in common – the ability to excellently produce forward-thinking electronic music. Enter Trilane and YARO, the veteran duo and talented up-and-comer who regularly combine forces with tracks that always knock it out of the park. Trilane counts legends like Swedish House Mafia among their inspirations, the influence of which is nuanced in the larger-than-life feel of their productions, which include releases on Phazing, Wall Rec., and Mirage Rec., and have garnered them support from the likes of Nicky Romero, Afrojack, Arty, and many more. YARO is just beginning his DJ career, but he already produced behind the scenes for established artists, such as Icona Pop and Benjamin Ingrosso, to name a few. The young prodigy is already one of the best percussionists in his native Sweden; his talent was recognized when he was just a little boy touring around Europe accompanied by the St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for both of these talented members of the Protocol crew!
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Travis Brown Wants To Make You Feel Better Instantly! Listen To “Sunrise”
Sonically, “Sunrise” is purely melodic and instrumental. DJ/Producer Travis Brown will relieve your stress and make you feel better instantly with his effervescent Progressive House. This wonderful track starts off with calmy nature sounds accompanied by finger snaps in the background. Besides being a relaxing gem, it becomes reinvigorating once you hear its harmonious buildup + heavy kick drops in. If clubs were open today, you’d be throwing your hands up in the air as you let those killer beats control your body. On this occasion, the genuine artist from Long Island wants to leave his mark on this world by combining chill-out elements and sizzling bass.
It doesn’t cost anything to watch a sunrise. The first rays of lights can actually improve your health. Likewise, music is all you need to make you feel better. At the end of the day, isn’t that what you want?… Listen in full to “Sunrise” right here.STREAM/DOWNLOAD
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Marc Benjamin & Victor Tellagio Fuse Progressive Melodies + Big Room Groove
Marc Benjamin joins forces with Victor Tellagio for his newest single “Burn” on Protocol Recordings, an inspirational and melodic gem that will give you some midsummer motivation. On his 9th single release on the label, Marc delivers a dynamic sound that fuses progressive melodies and big-room style with emotive vocals, making for a track that hits all the right marks. “Burn” is a song about reinvention and determination, sending the message to fans that although times often seem dark right now, there is always room for hope and light. The track’s sonic structure follows in the footsteps of his latest Protocol release – “Be Alright” with Timmo Hendriks, hinting that Marc Benjamin is on a progressive streak this year. Stay tuned for this household name’s next release on Protocol coming soon!
Nicky Romero and the Protocol crew can always be counted on for cutting-edge new music, melding a variety of genres for exciting and unexpected sounds. Their new additions feel right at home with that mantra, bringing a medley of big-room, trap, future bass, and house to the imprint’s already robust mix while still pumping out plenty of classic progressive jams. Veteran producer Marc Benjamin has a reputable taste for impeccable productions, evidenced in his successful previous collaborations with heavyweights Laidback Luke, Benny Benassi, and Yves V, and his remixes of Zedd’s worldwide hits “The Middle” and “Happy Now.” He’s performed around the world, including Ultra Bali, a 5-year residency at Amsterdam’s club Escape, and released on Spinnin’ Records and Steve Angello’s Size Records, Heldeep, and more. Benjamin’s dynamic productions have piqued the attention of industry A-list artists such as Tiesto, Zedd, Martin Garrix, Steve Angello, and Avicii. On the other hand, Victor Tellagio makes his debut on Protocol with “Burn,” bringing his dynamic style to the label, which ranges from club-heavy to melodic and future house. The Czech producer has previously released on Spinnin’ Records, Future House Music, Dirty Dutch Music, and Brooklyn Fire. Victor’s high-energy live sets have earned him spots at many festivals in the Czech Republic and Slovakia and at ADE, where he played alongside Timmy Trumpet, Afrojack, Hardwell, to name a few.
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Project 46 Release New Track “Live Forever” In Honor Of Avicii
Project 46 pay homage to Avicii on “Live Forever”, which is their fourth single since returning from a 4-year hiatus this year. It delivers all the elements we grew to know and love from one of electronic music’s most prolific names on iconic tracks like “I Could Be The One,” “Fade Into Darkness” and “Crime” Project 46’s collaboration with Avicii himself from 2013. Opening with organic guitar instrumentals, the Canadian duo eases into uplifting melodies that gradually evolve into a progressive build-up and drop. Combined with hopeful vocals that are characteristic of Avicii’s music, “Live Forever” will evoke a wonderful nostalgia that brings back the golden age of progressive house.
Canadian duo Ryan Henderson and Thomas Shaw, better known as Project 46, is known for their melodic, progressive sound that never fails to inspire and uplift listeners. They began Project 46 in 2011 and were active until 2016, with releases on Ultra Records, Monstercat, Armada, Mixmash, and collaborations such as “Last Chance” with Kaskade (which was featured on Kaskade’s “Atmosphere” album), “Collide” with Laidback Luke, “Crime” with Avicii, “Daphne” with Paul Oakenfold, and “Home” with Feenixpawl, to name a few. 2020 marks the comeback of Project 46, and we are looking forward to more beautiful, vocal-driven dance tracks coming from the talented duo later this year!
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Mantrastic & Rechler Fuse Funk Vocals And Progressive House On “Waiting”
Mantrastic & Rechler return to Protocol with an upbeat progressive new single “Waiting”, their first of 2020. “Waiting” delivers rolling basslines and bouncy piano melodies that demonstrate their unique fusion of progressive and classic house style. The sonic landscape is then layered with groovy vocals, evoking a lighthearted and disco-esque vibe. Mantrastic & Rechler first released on Nicky Romero’s imprint as a part of the “Protocol Vibes – Miami 2019” compilation with the single “Spread Love.” They were later featured on “Protocol Lab – ADE 2019” with “Had Enough.” Together, both of this promising duo’s previous singles have amassed millions of streams, and “Waiting” serves as a strong follow up to these early successes. We can’t wait to see what else Mantrastic & Rechler have up their sleeves!
Founded by Nicky Romero in 2012, Protocol Recordings is one of the leading imprints for innovative house music; it boasts a roster of heavy-hitters complemented with immensely talented up-and-comers, all with a diverse range of sounds that are guaranteed to light up a dance floor. The label has cultivated a strong presence in the dance music scene from Miami Music Week to the Amsterdam Dance Event and beyond, consistently bringing the good vibes and wild nights with beloved veterans and fresh faces in the live performance circuit. Although the global pandemic is preventing them from making their usual appearances this summer, Nicky and Protocol gang always have something up their sleeves. The label recently released their “Protocol Grooves Pt.1” EP, which signifies a new venture and a festival season gift to listeners, following another huge milestone for the label: their 200th release, Nicky Romero’s edit of “Techno” by Teamworx, Mr. Sid & George Z. With the release of “Waiting,” Protocol isn’t close to slowing down yet, so expect more cutting-edge new music coming to your speakers very soon!
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