Prepare to be Deceived, Party Favor & Nonsens Trio Drop the Electro Trap “Gasoline”

When rather distinct styles like electro and trap clash in the studio, dancefloors will be set aflame. Heading on over to Area 25 we have “Gasoline”, the lastest from producers Party Favor and Nonsens. 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.

Party Favor’s latest track, “Gasoline”, is not as innocent as it the intro makes it out to be. Party Favor’s recent hot streak with the likes of “Wasabi” and “Wait A Minute“, we know not to take one of his tracks on first listen. “Gasoline” appears to be a slow burn, keeping you complacent with a groovy instrumental beat and modified vocals to present the idea of an electro “Gasoline”. This doesn’t last long, however, as Party Favor knows exactly which knobs to twist to fit his production style. “Gasoline” quickly dissolves into a trap filled with a progressively harder drop and a bassline that evolves into a hard-hitting movement designed for you to lose your mind. While “Gasoline” may be a bit of a slow burn, it is a mere disguise to fool you.

Make sure you check out “Gasoline” on Spotify and on YouTube below!

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Upcoming Dutch Producers Timmo Hendriks & Lindequist Drop High Energy Single “Magical”

If we follow the Protocol, sometimes a few gems are uncovered from the dust. On our weekly visit to Protocol we are checking out “Magical”, the brand new track from Timmo Hendriks & Lindequist. Protocol is already known for having a wide range of music under their belt, with Timmo & Lindequist being a few of the latest additions. Debuting on the label in 2016, Timmo & Lindequist collaborated on “Ziema” their best selling song to date  These Dutch producers may just be up and comers, but they are making serious waves with their high energy production. These two will continue to support the main roster and you should keep them on your radar.

If there is any genre of music that Protocol has the most experience in, it is in the world of progressive house. You know that the label has the genre down to a T when even their newcomers can pump out progressive house jams. Hendriks & Lindequist put all of their combined energy into “Magical”, which as a result is designed to match the energy of radio and festival play. The track is a cinematic big room sounding joy, utilizing its uplifting melodies to explode into an array of bounce and progressive beats that remind us of the classic progressive gems of our youth. We can’t wait for the net Timmo Hendriks & Lindequist production, as we hope that it will be just as classic.

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Brilliant Producer Throttle Drops “Japan”, an Introspective on the Feeling of Home.

There are wunderkinder in every form throughout the ages, and we just happen to have one active now . While out vacationing we stopped by Monstercat for “Japan”, Throttle’s 2nd single off his upcoming album. Throttle has changed and grown since his 14-year-old bedroom producer days.  Throttle has collaborated with high profile artists such as Galantis and Oliver Heldens, as well as officially remixing Ed Sheeran and performing at Tomorrowland, even before he was legally allowed to drink. Throttle has numerous production, remix, and original credits earning him home at Universal, Warner Music, Spinnin’ Records, and PRMD. He currently rakes in about 200 million Spotify streams on a monthly basis, so he’s kind of a big deal.

Following his first Monstercat track in six years “Dreamer”, this track gives us a bit of a toned-down side of Throttle. Serving as an introspective, “Japan” describes the feeling of home and how the loss of that feeling can provide some clarity. The longing of a familiar place, whether it is a home or within the arms of a loved one, is a universal feeling and Throttle’s lyrics express that. Throttle injects an almost fragile melody and a gentle drop that will easily touch your heart and caress the negativity that exists inside. “Japan” will fill listeners with hope and calm them down when life gets rough. Throttle we can’t wait for the rest of your EP, don’t keep us waiting.

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