Protocol Alert! Mosimann’s “Low Pro” (Antoine Delvig Edit)

Well it wouldn’t be a normal weekend if we didn’t run new content from over on Protocol. This week we have “Low Pro” the latest from two fantastic faces on the Protocol roster: Mosimann and Antoine Delvig. 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.

Now how did he do with his edit? Well, let’s just say that if it were up to us, “Low Pro” is primed and ready to be one of this year’s summer dance hits. The edit is quite reminiscent of the early days of progressive house and electro, serving as an homage to those ambitious early artists. “Low Pro” focuses on a driving bassline that will force listeners to the dance floor to completely destroy once the bomb goes off. Make sure you have your dancing shoes on for the next time this track is played.

Make sure you check out this edit of “Low Pro” below!

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Yet Another NGHTMRE…New “Magic Hour” EP With Pell

Now this is the kind of NGHTMRE we actually want to have. This Saturday afternoon we have the sweet new EP Magic Hour from NGHTMRE and rapper Pell. NGHTMRE has been rather forceful and busy in 2017, with this easily flowing into 2018 With at least four major releases so far, including “Another Dimension” with Dillon Francis and “Here Comes the Night” with DJ Snake, NGHTMRE continues to pummel was until we submit to his music. On top of everything, it is about time he kicked off a new tour, pushing hard into 2018. 2018 has already been a monumental year for NGHTMRE so far and we aren’t even halfway through!

While at first listen you may think “Hey, this is like everything else out right now…” well let us change your mind. NGHTMRE and Pell are not “cookie-cutter” artists, but instead focus on bringing new life and enhancing the combination of hip-hop and bass music. This EP is an example of two artist who have been masters in their respective genres, while showing both sides of modern electro hop music. The EP opens with the feel-good groovy “Swiss”, setting up a certain kind of atmosphere. It then winds down with “Lights Low”, which fuels provactive vibes into that primed and ready atmosphere.

To further showcase this two sides idea, the duo created a two-part music video which you can check out here:

Make sure you check out the Magic Hour EP below!

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Above & Beyond Are SLANDERed With New Remix of “Always”

It’s Saturday, and MiR fans know what time it is. Time for more new releases! This week we have “Always (SLANDER Remix)”, the latest remix from SLANDER, this time taking a crack out Above & Beyond’s catalog. SLANDER has been very busy since bursting onto the scene in 2014 (with their ever-popular Showtek remix), but throughout 2017 and 18 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.

Now that SLANDER’s “heaven trap” style of music has finally grown on us, it is nice to see Above & Beyond snag a bit of the heavenly SLANDER touch. While SLANDER try to preserve the elegance of the original track, the duo still add the SLANDER flair and up the ethereal instrumentals to add more of an intense dream-like feeling. Throw in another melodic, dubby bassline like we saw in their previous release “Slow Motion” and you have a classic track remixed for modern EDM audiences.

Make sure you check out SLANDER’s remix below!

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