A Comeback in the Works, Mosimann Releases New Track “I Need”

After a bit of time away, it is time we welcome back a member of the Protocol roster. Closing out coverage we have “I Need”, a brand new comeback track from Mosimann over on Protocol. While Protocol has always been forward-thinking in terms of predicting trends and making waves, not every artist is pure gold. However, this is when you just need to experiment and find the right crowd to bounce off your ideas and style. Mosimann has been tearing it up since he burst onto the stream, with one of his tracks even earning more than 3 million streams on Spotify! Upon releasing this track, an idea was formed. Antoine Delvig, who has been known for multiple successful remixes on Martin Garrix’s label, would edit the track.

While every artist deserves to take a break to recharge, we believe some artists just need to revisit their roots. “I Need” is an excellent track to showcase Mosimann’s energetic yet groovy style that will keep you on the dancefloor. This track pushes Mosimann’s groovy melodies to the center stage while giving plenty of breathing room for the bouncy bass line to keep everything moving and in line. “I Need” also features a quick uplifting vocal hook that is just the finishing touch on a groovy dancefloor bop.

Make sure you check out “I Need” on Spotify!

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If You Fell in Love the “First Time”, Dylan Matthew Will Entrance You With His Acoustic Version

SLANDER has been very busy since bursting onto the scene in 2014 (with their ever-popular Showtek remix), but throughout 2018 and ’19 we are expected to see numerous original productions and a further grounding of their “heaven trap” style. With multiple original releases under their belt in the last few months, there is no way we can stop the SLANDER now, especially since they have extra ammunition in their corner.

Seven Lions is still coming off of the high that is his latest EP Start Again, which is one of his most emotional works yet. Seven Lions has developed a style focuses on high energetic melodies, which he definitely brings to the table. Make sure you check out Seven Lions on his “The Journey 2” tour and you can buy your tickets here.

If we have to sum up our feelings for “First Time” in one thought, we would say that it filled with raw emotion. While we were absolutely in love with the original track, this stripped-down acoustic version is even more gorgeous to the years than we could imagine. Dylan Matthew plays the piano and stretches his vocal pipes beautifully, captivating the beautiful essence of the track. We definitely need more stripped-down versions of tracks like these, immediately.

You can check out the music video on Facebook, or check it out on Spotify below!

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It’s Time to Go Back to R3HAB For His Fresh “BAD!” Cover

It’s remix time everyone! This week we are moving back over to the CYB3RPVNK label to check out R3HAB’s latest track, providing his talents to cover the late XXXTentacion’s “BAD!” While you may not have heard of R4HAB since his career started seven years ago, this Dutch/Moroccan producer has been evolving and growing in the grassroots of the modern music community. Since his adventure began, R3HAB has toured some of the best clubs in the world and amassed more than 300 million streams of his debut album. What is actually amazing however is that R3HAB was able to accomplish this with no major label backing, only working through his CYB3RPVNK imprint.

Back at it again, R3HAB has pumped out yet another track breaking down these genre barriers that keep artists in a box. R3HAB takes his high-energy electronics and applies it to XXXTentacion’s sad-boy rap style to completely change the tone of the track. While X’s vocal work still remains, R3HAB as completely warped the track into a dance-floor Brazillian bounce bop. Since this cover is the first off of R3HAB’s upcoming Skins album, we can’t wait to hear the rest. R3HAB, you almost have us addicted.

If you need more R3HAB, he is launching his “The Wave” North American tour, where you can find tickets here.

R3HAB‘s “The Wave” North America Tour:

Feb 02 – Echostage – Washington, DC
Feb 08 – The Church Nightclub – Denver, CO
Feb 09 – The Cosmopolitan – Las Vegas, NV
Feb 15 – Mezzanine – San Francisco, CA
Feb 16 – The Belasco – Los Angeles, CA
Feb 22 – Union – Toronto, ON
Feb 23 – Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL
Mar 01 – Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY

Make sure you check out R3HAB’s remix of “BAD!” on Spotify!

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