NEXT UP FROM PROTOCOL: Dutch Producer Sam Void’s “On My Mind”

Man, can we just call it right now, that Nicky Romero’s label Protocol Recordings sure knows how to pick their artists? Today we are coming with the newest from Protocol, which is Sam Void’s latest release “On My Mind”. Just on of many successful releases from the Void, who just launched upon the scene in 2015, “On My Mind” easily puts Void in the main section of Protocol’s roster. We plan to hear plenty more from Void in the near future as he settles and makes himself at home in Protocol Studios.

Now “On My Mind” is the perfect track to showcase just what the world likes about Void and his music. The track highlights Void’s blend of styles from both the progressive house and electro genres, which often results in this almost neo-funk beat that we are treated to. With an obviously disco-inspired melody and addictively feel-good vocals, we can’t help to sing along. We may have plenty on our mind, but at least we can groove at the same time.

Be sure to give “On My Mind” a full listen below:

Need more Sam Void? Follow on socials!

If you have any suggestions for films/TV/Games/Music/Anime for me to review, drop me a comment!

Remember: Like Media In Review @ Facebook Follow Media in Review on Twitter.

All check out my lengthier video game reviews over at Nerd Bacon Games.

Advertisements

New from Protocol: Swedes Trilane & Yaro Release “Miss Out” Fr. Max Landry With Instant Nicky Romero Edit

protocol_pr079_cover

Here at Media in Review, it’s rare that we are able to enjoy music from the great Swedes. Rounding out the week we have the unique release from Swedish producers Yaro and duo Trilane “Miss Out”. The track also features vocal work from Max Landry in the entire group’s attempt at making the next hit on the festival track. The track provides plenty of good vibes and even caught the eye of label boss Nicky Romero, who provides us today with his personal edit. Romero’s label Protocol continuously puts their fantastic newcomers right into the spotlight and they kill it each time. Until next time Yaro and Trilane. Next time.

How would we classify “Miss Out” in only a few words you ask? Well by far “Miss Out” has the makings of a festival anthem. “Miss Out” is what happens when you allow progressive and big-room house to clash and meld together into a beautiful mass of music. Simply put, this is the kind of track that can and will serve as the soundtrack of your memories. No one forgets their first festival and neither will you with “Miss Out” this season.

Be sure you give “Miss Out” a listen below:

yaroNeed more Trilane & Yaro? Follow on social media!

If you have any suggestions for films/TV/Games/Music for me to review, drop me a comment! Remember: Like Media In Review @ https://www.facebook.com/MediaInReview?ref=hl Follow Media in Review @ https://twitter.com/Media_In_Review.

Italian Duo MAXIMALS Release “Enigma”, 2nd Single With Protocol

protocol_pr077_cover

Hey all! We sure have been covering quite a bit of music here haven’t we? Well surprise, it doesn’t stop now. While MAXIMALS and the modern dance scene are still trying to work out the kinks, this doesn’t limit their influence. The Italian duo has already introduced themselves with their first Protocol release “Dancin'”, and the more they create the more familiar they will be with audiences. We here at MiR have to agree with Protocol Recordings founder Nicky Romero, who stated that MAXIMALS is one of the duos to watch in 2017.

Now, it’s about time we moved on down to the track itself. “Enigma” is the 2nd release from MAXIMALS on Protocol, so while their style isn’t new to us it sure as hell is refreshing. Easily a solid example of blending two rather distinct genres, “Enigma” showcases the raw style MAXIMALS has with a 70’s disco beat mixed with modern house elements. Not only that, the track will easily fill the dance floors in any modern day club despite the retro sound. “Enigma” is definitely one for the people.

Be sure to listen to “Enigma” below!

maximalsNeed more MAXIMALS? Follow on social media below!

If you have any suggestions for films/TV/Games/Music/Anime for me to review, drop me a comment!

Remember: Like Media In Review @ Facebook Follow Media in Review on Twitter.

All check out my lengthier video game reviews over at Nerd Bacon Games.