Protocol Showcases New Additions to Roster with “DONT STOP” By Styline x Mr. Sid x Dave Ruthwell

Let’s keep moving on and showcase even more up-and-coming talent. Today we are jumping on over to Protocol for “DONT STOP”, a new dancefloor anthem from Protocol artists Styline, Mr. Sid, and Dave Ruthwell. Helmed by the electronic powerhouse that is Nicky Romero, Protocol has quickly become more than an imprint, a movement if you will, since its inception almost six years ago. Protocol sets the stage for plenty of upcoming artists to showcase what they have to offer with an ever-growing audience that keeps coming back for more. With this latest anthem, we have three more to add to the fray..welcome to the rosters y’all.

While “DONT STOP” may be from three relative newcomers, the track is already taking over the airwaves with major support from the man Nicky Romero himself. “DONT STOP” is the culmination of three very distinct styles: Styline’s “power house”, Mr. Sid’s groovy tribal, and Ruthwell’s dynamic energy beats. With a winning trifecta, we are definitely not surprised that this has taken over so quickly. We know that “DONT STOP” won’t be fizzling out anytime soon, as it already has found its place in the Romero live set roster. If this is an example of what Protocol has for festival season, we honestly can’t wait.

Make sure you check out “DON’T STOP” on Spotify!

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Styline

Mr. Sid

Dave Ruthwell

Protocol Recordings

Styline x Mr. Sid x Dave Ruthwell

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GRAVEDGR is Ready to Destroy 2019 With New Track “KAMIKAZE”

We have to give our next artist props, as it can be incredibly difficult to equally terrify and enthrall listeners at the same time.  This time we bouncing on over to Heavyweight Records for “KAMIKAZE”, the latest from the ever enigmatic GRAVEDGR. Trying to make his mark as a standout producer to watch this year, GRAVEDGR is an enigmatic producer by night and an actual gravedigger by day. With a job like that, he is able to ponder the grey area of morality and how he can showcase the concept in his music. While simultaneously being scary/horrifying and melodic, GRAVEDGR is already pleasing the masses of bass heads throughout the world.

GRAVEDGR sure as hell made a splash with “KAMIKAZE”, his first release of 2019. Even though the track starts hard and heavy right out of the gate, “KAMIKAZE” is incredibly deceiving while it lures listeners into a false sense of security. The track has ever switching moments of bass-heavy drives and lull soft moments of atmospheric build-up that create this illusion. The track’s grimy bass forward production combines with GRAVEGR’s serrating synths to give the idea of dread. “KAMIKAZE” is easily a statement from GRAVEDGR…letting us know that he is absolutely going nowhere and is here to stay.

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GRAVEDGR

Heavyweight Records

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Party Favor & graves Showcase New Sound in New Single “Reach For Me”

The further an artist grows in their career, the more their style begins to change. Today we are heading over to Party Favor’s personal label Area 25 for “Reach For Me”, the latest from Party Favor and graves. When you have the chance to work with someone like Party Favor, that is definitely not an opportunity that you turn down. With an impressive resume as a genre-bending artist and producer, Party Favor has seen plenty of glory with his multitude of original tracks such as “MDR” and “Give It To Me Twice”. Party Favor has even accomplished quite a bit as a producer for major artists like Lil Jon and ASAP Ferg, with all of his work earning him an impressive 135 million streams on Spotify.

With one of the most diverse resumes in the modern electronic music industry, it is no surprise that Party Favor has continued to diversify his style even further. “Reach For Me” is the first single off of his upcoming debut studio album Layers and gives us a pretty clear indication of what the rest of the album will be like. While the track does amplify and promote Party Favor’s heavy bass style, we are also treated to a more cinematic approach to gives a more atmospheric feel than just hitting yourself in the face with bass. Party Favor even throws a quick vocal loop into the mix, adding another layer to this new evolved style. We can’t wait for the rest of the album, and we will have to wait until April to get our hands on it.

If you want to catch Party Favor in the flesh, his tour dates are below.

Party Favor‘s “Layers Experience” album-themed tour. Phase 1 – West Coast (tickets):

Apr 12 – Roseland theater – Portland, OR
Apr 13 – Showbox Sodo – Seattle, WA
Apr 19 – El Rey Theatre – Chico, CA
Apr 20 – August Hall – San Francisco, CA
Apr 25 – The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA
Apr 26 – Fremont Theatre – San Luis Obispo, CA
Apr 27 – Hollywood Palladium – Los Angeles, CA

Make sure you check out “Reach For Me” on Spotify, as well as the official music video!

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Party Favor © Koury Angelo

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