SWACQ Receives the Label Boss Touch With “Love” (Nicky Romero Edit)

After taking a bit for a spell, we are back with a few of Protocol’s offerings. This week we have “Love”, the latest from producer SWACQ. This new artist has been cultivating a rather lively fan base with their interpretation of forward-thinking music and with such a powerful label behind them. They have even become idols for many, as their music is often considered a lifestyle, transcending its auditory form. While SWACQ is only a newcomer, this hasn’t stopped him from making a summer anthem that has even received the attention of his label boss!

As for the track, Nickey Romero’s touch definitely took “Love” to the next level. Romero and SWACQ take note and focus on the cinematic instrumentals and bassline that will easily drive you to center crowd at the main stage. “Love” is not only nostalgic, and we know how the Millenials like that, but also feels influenced by trap and modern dance. The progression just builds until the listener can’t handle it anymore. But we just can’t be bothered to turn it off.

Be sure to listen to “Love (Nicky Romero Edit)” below:

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Enhance Your Music: Noah Neiman’s “Hold on to Love”

While you used to rise to popularity on the radio, now it’s all about rising up the ranks on the Internet. Today we have the latest release from Enhanced Music, with Noah Neiman’s “Hold on to Love”. Noah has already been releasing hit after dance hit, so his latest on Enhanced was definitely going to also be one, it’s a no-brainer. Noah has been gaining traction on many popular Spotify EDM playlists, even pushing him up on stage with the likes of Tritonal and Morgan Page. It doesn’t stop there either, as Noah has also gained support from both Hardwell and Nicky Romero.

As for the track, Noah’s “Hold on to Love” is a soft and upbeat track about fleeting love. Noah was able to snag the excellent Laci Kay, who also provides superb vocal work throughout the majority of the track. However, no one exactly explains “Hold on to Love” like the creator himself:

It all started with the vocal Synth in the drop. It was part of a vocal I found online and after working it into a melody, the track just started coming together really quickly and I ended up finishing the instrumental in a day or two. Then we needed a vocal. After working with Laci Kay on Long Way Home, we reached out to her and her management, and they sent back this amazing topline they had already written and the music and vocal just happened to match perfectly. It was pure serendipity! The rest will, hopefully, be history!” – Noah Neiman

Be sure you give “Hold on to Love” a full listen here:

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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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