Just like they say you never forget your first love, you also never forget your first festival. Many fans flocked to their inaugural fest during electronic dance music’s rebirth into mainstream culture, when progressive and big-room house reigned supreme and good vibes were as ubiquitous as kandi bracelets. Reignite that feeling with the newest collaboration from Protocol Recordings artists Trilane and Yaro, titled “Miss Out.” Featuring emotive lyrics layered over an upbeat, melodic progression, “Miss Out” possesses all the components of a festival anthem, and is bound to create some fond memories for those witnessing it live this season. Nicky Romero liked it so much that he decided to make his own version of the track; this edit by the label boss is evidence that Trilane and Yaro are both among the imprint’s most promising talent, and that Protocol is committed to continuing to develop their new artists.
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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, who are among Protocol‘s newest crop of up-and-comers. The duo Trilanecounts legends like Swedish House Mafia among their inspirations, the influence of which is nuanced in the larger-than-life feel of their productions. Their past productions include releases on Phazing, Wall and Mirage Records and have garnered them support from the likes of Afrojack, Arty, Tom Swoon and many more. Yaro is just beginning his DJ career, but 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!
It’s OK To Say “Believe In Us” Is Your Next Favorite Upbeat Love Song
Brimming with powerful melodies and seductive vocals from Camila Carballo, “Believe In Us” will easily become your next favorite upbeat love song. Behind the infectious hook is COY Swede, a rising music producer from Sweden known for his previous Dance-Pop hit “You Are,” which is inspired by the legendary Avicii.
On this occasion, his newest single “Believe In Us” takes you to an intensely passionate chorus. Add to this, lyrics that revolve around hope, trust, and confidence in a relationship that seems to be shaky. Press play below.
From start to finish, I’m loving the singalong nature of this brilliant track. Despite these challenging times, both artists make sure to get you in a good mood with their art. Layered with soulful vibes going up with a euphoric build-up, this upbeat love song fits any club or festival DJ set. What else could you ask for?…
Spice Girl Melanie C Impresses With Feminist Dance Anthem “Into You”
Spice Girls marked an entire generation with their Pop music in the 90s. Today Melanie C, one of the five members of the group is back with a feminist dance anthem called “Into You.“ No doubt, this feels like an empowerment song that invites you to shake the booty and hips. Most importantly, lyrics tell us about a free soul willing to fall in love again, nevertheless, the singer prioritizes her self-love before anything else. Moreover, I think everyone will enjoy this massive hit no matter their gender. As a matter of fact, it has amassed on YouTube more than 400K views since its premiere. Obviously, I’m talking about her amazing visuals, watch it here, and expect more from Melanie C for the entire year.
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Dr. Jekyll Premieres Motivational Anthem “Truth” With Christine Corless
If you’re looking forward to a year with stunning music, then “Truth” by Dr. Jekyll is the first motivational anthem you will love. He teams up with Christine Corless whose gorgeous singing voice fits flawlessly over his electronic beats. The American producer proves that his versatile style is on another level by collaborating with a fast-rising singer from the Nashville Country scene. By the same token, his original sound has been elevated to new heights due to the splendid blend of guitar licks, drums, and contemporary synths.
“Truth” is the most compelling evidence that Dr. Jekyll is bridging the gap between music genres like never before. Naturally, there’s an organic feel to it, and lyrics will resonate with those of you who are thinking about giving up. Overall, a brilliant motivational anthem that cheers you up to find happiness. In other words, a song that keeps alive the hopes for a better life.
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