BRKLYN feat. Mariah McManus Heart Of The City (Myon Signature Remix)

Supported by; Armin van Buuren, Tritonal, Nicky Romero & more

With BRKLYN & Mariah McManus’ latest vocal hit ‘Heart of the City’ furthering the American duo’s rise & seeing support from the likes of Tritonal through to Cash Cash, injecting a welcome wave of Summer-infused energy, Hungarian maestro Myon brings his unique touch to ‘Heart of the City’…

Renowned across the world thanks to his signature, energetic & melodic sound, Myon switches BRKLYN & Mariah McManus’ Original into a bonafide euphoric anthem, in a nostalgic Signature remix that’s bursting with gleaming synths, building melodies and rolling energy.

Nicky Romero Remixes Linkin Park’s “Heavy” ft. Kiiara

Nicky Romero unveils his masterfully crafted remix of Linkin Park’s latest hit single ‘Heavy’ featuring Kiiara, out now on Warner Bros. Records.

Played at this year’s Ultra Music Festival in Miami as Nicky Romero closed down the Worldwide Stage to incredible fanfare, his remix of ‘Heavy’ ft. Kiiara is set to become one of the quintessential records to be played throughout this festival season.

Channeling the distinct and stunning vocals of Kiiara and those of Chester Bennington, Linkin Park’s frontman, Nicky manages to keep the introductory melody intact before quickly diving into a future bass driven remix laden with euphoric synths and vocal chops that truly update the record to dancefloor status. This latest offering is testament to Nicky Romero’s expansive range in production value as he continues to test and push the confines within new genres. Combined with Linkin Park’s consistent knack for experimenting in new territories of sounds and songwriting, it’s no wonder why Nicky Romero was the perfect fit for official remix duties.

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Trilane & Yaro (ft. Max Landry) – Miss Out (Nicky Romero Edit)

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Protocol Recordings’s Acapellas vol. 2

Hope all is well. After the hectic October, when Nicky Romero’s Protocol hosted their own label showcase during ADE, it’s time for the first Protocol’s release after ADE which is a bundle release consisting of acapellas of some of the most successful tracks the label recently released. Would you be interested in sharing the news/supporting the release on Masterbeaters? It just has been released and it’s a perfect DJ/production tool.

Axis returns with ‘Daylily’

Supported by: Armin van Buuren, Above & Beyond, W&W, Blasterjaxx, Nicky Romero, Paul van Dyk, Cosmic Gate & more…

Axis returns to Enhanced Progressive with a brand new production bringing the San Diego-based producer’s beloved sound back to the label with ‘Daylily’.

Instantly standing out as an Axis production thanks to its tough, grinding bassline and smooth, uplifting chords, ‘Daylily’ sees Axis’ first release on the label since his widely-supported Original from the Summer ‘Spirals’.

Full of uplifting overtones, building, grinding FX and intricate basslines ‘Daylily’ sees Axis delivering another exemplary production on Enhanced Progressive.

Nicky Romero ‘Take Me’ (ft. Colton Avery)

Dutch dance music superstar, Nicky Romero, is back with yet another sensational production in the form of ‘Take Me’ ft. Colton Avery – out now via Protocol Recordings.

Collaborating with singer/songwriter Colton Avery, and with The Script taking part in the writing process, Take Me’ sees Nicky explore his roots as a musician, and is sure to delight fans across both the dance and pop music spectrum. On ‘Take Me’ Romero combines Colton’s commanding vocals with an impossibly catchy pop infused melody, whilst still ensuring he stays true to the progressive house sound that has earned him legions of fans the world over.

2016 has marked a new era for the Dutch phenomenon. Flexing his production muscles, Nicky has been testing the boundaries and experimenting with new genres, teaming up with the likes of disco legend Nile Rodgers for ‘Future Funk’ and Colton Avery and Irish pop rock powerhouse The Script for his latest offering. Fresh off a mammoth summer tour that has seen him play every major festival, from Tomorrowland to Creamfields, Romero will be setting sail once more for a tour of South America and Asia, landing back home for his annual Protocol party to kick off this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event on 19th October. With plenty more tricks left up his sleeve for the coming months, all eyes and ears are on Nicky Romero.

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