The Unification Worked! New Music Video Released for Felix Cartal’s “Hold Tight”

Hey Felix! It has been a while (too casual?). It is about time we rounded out this week’s weekend releases with a possible familiar face. This time we cruise on over to Capitol Records to check in with Felix Cartal, who provided us with his latest release “Hold Tight”. Felix has been busy, with multiple standalone productions with other producers including successful producer Kaskade. Felix will also be touring internationally so everyone will be able to see if sometime soon. Due to his most recent success, Felix has even garnered over 45 million streams over on his Spotify! Clearly, Felix, you are doing something right. You can read our original review on the track itself here.

We are going to put this out there right now, “Hold Tight” needed this music video immediately upon release. There, we said it. The video suits the theme of”Hold Tight” just underneath the surface as if we can each take a walk in each other’s shoes. The video showcases industrialization which serves as a bleak but neutral black drop to our adventure with unity. While the world seems large in scale and menacing in nature, as long as you have someone to hold tight while you explore this crazy world, you will be fine.

Be sure to check out the music video for “Hold Tight” in its entirety below:

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Time to Feel Vulnerable With Bonnie X Clyde’s “Torn”

Alright, Insomniac, what do you bring us on our delicious weekend wrap up? This week we have the latest from the proclaimed “vocal bass” duo Bonnie x Clyde with “Torn” and emotionally-driven dancefloor hit. While primarily a vocal and producing duo, BxC has found the perfect formula to make their own version of “vocal bass” music. Utilizing the beautiful and talented voice of Bonnie and the Avante-Garde sounds from Clyde’s repertoire to make a brilliant form of music that takes a master to craft. With numerous features in Insomniac’s after movies as well as on Sirius XM BPM, BxC is going everywhere and fast.

Alright modern-day Bonnie x Clyde, does your track portray an amount of emotion like we would expect from the track’s artwork? Are we ready to shed the outer layer of our defenses so we can be vulnerable and emotional? These artists portray a raw and destructive track that not only strips down listeners but builds them back up in their moment of strife. BxC’s ethereal vocal work makes “Torn” feel not just tragic but fragile…and at the same time groove-able. The combination of BxC’s vocals and the haunting work of design from the enigmatic duo Purge is something we immediately need more of.

Be sure you give “Torn” a full listen below!

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Two Weeks Down, Which Means Protocol Labs Releases ADE 2017 Part 3

As everyone who knows anything about modern electronic dance music knows, the musical zen that is the Amsterdam Dance Event is only a few weeks away. Also, that, in turn, means that Protocol will be completely tearing it up with plenty of new mixes and releases headed our way. Protocol has been in complete festivities since early May, as the label has finally reached their five years anniversary. Since this happens to be the case, Protocol has created Protocol Labs, a three-step release that will showcase all of the different styles and talents of the label’s rising talent. If you happen to be in Amsterdam for the event, make sure you swing by Protocol’s legendary venue Melkweg, where you will be able to view Nicky Romero and 20 other Protocol artists.

As we round out this series of Protocol Labs, we have to sign off with some stellar hits that will destroy the competition. As with each different playlist, Part III focuses on a general theme of a club and dancefloor-friendly grooves and vibes. Featuring three tracks and 1 remix, Part III truly is the best feet on the floor dance that Protocol has to offer. The EP starts off with “Hot For U” from Trilane & Yaro, which drives house beats and flows directly into the Navarra Remix of Sam Void’s “On My Mind”. We are glad that “On My Mind” has been featured more than once, as it has been our favorite Protocol release this year so far. The 2nd half begins with “Back Again” from Nilson & Freddy See, who definitely brings the grooves to a much needed EP. Part III finally rounds out with Funkybeat closing out the playlist once again with “Love Is Love.”…the perfect closer.

Make sure you give Protocol Lab – ADE 2017 Part III a full listen below.

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