Protocol Goes Hip-Hop? New Track “Devil in Disguise” by Marc Benjamin & JPB Ft. Syon & Yung Fusion

Every so often, a label needs to step back and take a chance on a track or an artist that they wouldn’t normally cover. Anyway, this week we have “Devil in Disguise”, the latest from Protocol newcomers Marc Benjamin, JPB, Yung Fusion, and Syon. Protocol decided to dive headfirst into the world of hip-hop, which comes off as odd coming from a house and electro-oriented label. While Nicky Romero led Protocol Recordings has always been on the front lines of showcasing upcoming music artists, it’s refreshing to see even Protocol breaking their protocol (#sorrynotsorry) to try something new. Bravo.

As Protocol’s most recent excursion into hip-hop, “Devil in Disguise” has a bit of a candle to hold a light to. The track is a fantastic example of modern electro-hop, bringing forth the best elements of electronic music and hip-hop directly into the foreground. The combination of JPB and Benjamin’s electronic basslines and melodies with Yung Fusion and Syon’s rhythmic vocal work takes the track to the next level. “Devil in Disguise” will continue to break the modern genre rules and prepare to craft their own standard, well done.

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Newcomers Antoine Delvig & SOVTH Release High-Energy “Gravity” on Protocol

Alright, everyone, it’s time for our weekly dose of Protocol. This week we are checking out “Gravity”, the latest from two of Protocol’s newest artists to join their lineup Antoine Delvig and SOVTH. While both acts are only at the beginning of their careers, both are rising up the Protocol ranks relatively quickly. Delvig has been releasing multiple tracks on Axtone and STMPD, while also earning a spot to perform at this year’s Protocol Miami showcase. On the other hand, SOVTH has received plenty of buzz from his last release “Boogie Monstah” and was featured on Protocol’s Miami Vibes EP this year.

While the two have initially clashing music styles, it absolutely intriguing to see these two artists collaborate and clash with each other.  The result is a fantastic party-starting banger that also feels like we are forced to move to the center of the crowd and become absolutely crazy. “Gravity” is full of pure energy and will drive you to match its energy to a tee and rather quickly or you will be left in the dust.  Definitely be on the lookout for more from these two and stay tuned to MiR to keep yourselves updated!

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As Miami Music Week 2018 Comes Near, Protocol Releases Full Lineup and Part 2 of “Protocol Vibes – Miami 2018”

Alright everyone, prepare yourselves…Miami Music Week is almost upon us! Since the event is rearing its head at the end of March, it is about time Protocol released more than a tease of their highlight event at the festival. As it is a tradition now for Protocol to put on an amazing label showcase each year, this year is gearing up to be the best one yet. Taking place at the Ora Nightclub, Protocol will be showing off some of their best artists. The event will be featuring sets from the likes of Breathe Carolina, Raiden, D.O.D, Disco Fries, Sunstars, Delvig, and the label boss himself Nicky Romero!

As always, Protocol is also pumping out its new EP for the event, Protocol Vibes – Miami 2018! After releasing Part 1 last week, Protocol has already followed up with Part 2 in preparation for Miami Music Week 2018. While Part 1 set the stage to be full of energy, Part 2 immediately takes that set-up and charges head on with heavy serrated synth work in the opening track “Hard Knock” by Wasback and 22 Bullets. It’s obvious that Part 2, while showcasing the best of Protocol’s new talent, was crafted to aking dancing absolutely irresistible. The continued groove lasts through each of the remaining tracks, coming to a solid close with Jakob Trice’s “Your Groove”. Subtle.

Now that you’ve heard Part 1, how about you check out Part 2?

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