Ahead of Nicky Romero’s UMF mainstage set, his Protocol releases “Miami 2023” EP

Ahead of Nicky Romero’s UMF mainstage set, his Protocol releases “Miami 2023” EP

It’s that time of year again: Miami Music Week, and that means Protocol Recordings‘ annual Miami-themed EPNicky Romero and his team release 5 brand new tracks to capture the spirit of Miami ahead of Nicky‘s mainstage Ultra Music Festival performance on Saturday the 25th. The selection kicks off with “Come What May” from newcomers CHRSTNG.U.O.L & Auryn, which leans on the softer side of vocal progressive house with uplifting melodies, while next up Corey James and DJ TORA‘s “Phantom” slowly ups the ante with a dancefloor-oriented combination of rolling basslines and upbeat melodies. “Take You Home” from Lukas Vane provides a strong dose of grooves and tech house to really get the party going in full swing, which is followed by the aptly named deep, dark progressive track “Darkness” courtesy of PØP CULTUR. Rounding out the EP is Rushline‘s “Pull Up” with the perfect underground vibes for your after-after parties.

Founded by Nicky Romero in 2012, Protocol Recordings is one of the leading imprints for innovative electronic dance music. It boasts a roster of heavy-hitters, complemented with immensely talented up-and-comers such as Thomas GoldDeniz KoyuTeamworxAlmeroLow BlowTrilaneMarcus SantoroStadiumxTim van WerdTimmo HendriksMarc Benjamin and Nicky Romero himself, to name a few. All with a diverse range of sounds that are guaranteed to light up a dance floor. The label has cultivated a strong presence in the dance music scene from Miami Music Week to the Amsterdam Dance Event and beyond, consistently bringing the good vibes and wild nights with beloved veterans and fresh faces in the live performance circuit. Protocol‘s events have a reputation for being one of the best nights in dance music all year, and this year is no different. Previously Protocol has been expanding their showcases with events at Chroma Club in SeoulSouth KoreaBone Club in PattayaThailandORA Nightclub in MiamiLondon‘s Ministry of SoundPrague‘s Epic and hosted their own stage at Medusa Festival in Spain and Hungary‘s Balaton Sound and Sziget Festival, to name a few. Expect more cutting-edge new music and exciting concepts coming very soon.



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