NEW PANDA FUNK: Italian Up-and-Comer Producer Luca Testa Releases “Go Down”

Alright, it is about time that we introduced a new label to the MiR family. For the first release to fill up your weekend we have Panda Funk’s (headed by Deorro) latest with “Go Down” by talented producer Luca Testa. Panda Funk is known to be more like a movement than a record label, and the brains behind the operation try to showcase as much diversity in their talent pool as possible. Luca Testa is a prime example of this dynamic style, as he is widely considered to be one of the best upcoming artists on the Italian scene. Testa’s previous work as nailed him support from powerhouses such as Hardwell and Dimitri Vegas.

Since this is our first coverage of a track from Panda Funk, how does it stand up? Well, we can just say that Testa has got us hooked. This club bomb derives from heavy electro influences, while at the same time staying true to the best aspects of the tech-house genre. “Go Down” has an intense drop and once you add Testa’s vocals on top of that then you have a solid track and can see just how talented Testa is as a producer. We can’t wait to see what else you bring us Testa.

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It’s Already Been Five Years? Nicky Romero Releases Protocol’s Five-Year Celebration EP

When it comes to most major anniversaries, you should definitely celebrate them. Our boys over are Protocol are taking that to heart and are going all out for their five-year anniversary. Just at the prefaces of what is in the works, Protocol big boss Nicky Romero took it upon himself to craft an EP to suit the occasion. Since early June Protocol has been releasing fresh takes on some of their best tracks, and today they form our next EP. Today Protocol is also launching a massive five-hour megamix of even more of the top tracks that Protocol has released over the years.

Protocol has always been known for their progressive march in the world of electronic music, so their EP shouldn’t be anything different. Romero faced a difficult task, which artists would have the honor to remix and make it to the cover instead of being dropped on the cutting room floor. Romero set the bar with this one, as he picked Stadiumx, Tony Romera, Taylr Renee, Sam Void, and John Dahlback; they are some superbly talented producers who each bring their own style to the table. What does this mean? It means that this EP will be drastically different between each track, but manage to flow with ease.

Be sure you are in the mood for it, as we have five hours of Protocol’s hits coming your way!

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The Enigmatic Gunslinger Continues His Crusade With “Journeyman”

Alright, Gunslinger, we have been told that you are going to take us on the space oddyssey of a lifetime. Let’s see what you have in store. Today we are back with the latest from the every enigmatic Gunslinger, “Journeyman”. Not much is actually known about Gunslinger, except that he is considered/considers himself a “crusader for the future of electronic music.” We understand where he is coming from, as the more mainstream electronic music is becoming the more it is being incorporated in pop and other popular genres. Gunslinger is traveling to spread his message, with massive sets at both the Opulent Temple and the Oregon Eclipse.

“Journeyman” puts forth the awesome image that you would expect, as the track relies highly on ambient and space sounds to essentially have you travel through space. While the bassline and futuristic synths are what drive the track, “Journeyman” opens with a space-age guitar solo that ensnares you on that first note. To be honest, “Journeyman” sounds like a space-age track inspired by the likes of Pink Floyd. Gunslinger, whoever you are, keep crusading.

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