If you’re ready for an out-of-body experience, look no further than Antoine Delvig and SOVTH‘s “Gravity,” the newest track out from Protocol Recordings. Nicky Romero‘s forward-thinking imprint is continuously releasing music that knows how to slay a dance floor, and “Gravity” delivers with a big, bouncing bassline that leads into a drop complemented by electrifying synths and a catchy vocal riff. Antoine Delvig and SOVTH are two of Protocol‘s rising stars; Delvig performed at this year’s Miami Protocol label showcaseand released tracks on Axtone, STMPD, Musical Freedom and more while SOVTH‘s recent “Boogie Monstah” was featured on the Protocol Miami Vibes EP. With their driving, energetic and innovative sounds, Delvig and SOVTH are only beginning what will surely be long and prosperous careers with the Protocol family. Keep an eye out for more music from these two talented artists!
Since its founding in 2012, Protocol Recordings has grown from a record label to a truly multi-faceted household brand in electronic music – but they’re still only getting started. Nicky Romero created Protocolto be a place of camaraderie between forward-thinking artists, always daring to break the mold through innovative sounds and the development of emerging artists. Nicky‘s very own Protocol Studios is equipped with the facilities of every producer’s dreams, serving as a literal playground for an artist’s creativity to run free. Protocol‘s ethos has lead to immense success with their family of talent, including Raiden, Florian Picasso, Maximals, Tom Tyger, Sunstars, Corey Jamesand many more. The Protocol crew can always be counted on for cutting-edge new music, melding a variety of genres for exciting and unexpected sounds. In addition, Protocol has expanded its presence to many world renowned label showcases, including annual events at Amsterdam Dance Event and Miami Music Week. From their ever-evolving brand, unforgettable parties and innovation music, Protocol has certainly earned its place at the top.
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