Protocol Vibes; An Electrifying MMW 2018 Must-See Event

by Jason Adamchak 7 months ago

Miami Music Week is about to happen in a blink of an eye. Artists and labels from all over the world are in deep preparation for the upcoming week that will be filled with electrifying beats and countless memories. Nicky Romero and his Protocol Recordings crew are gearing up for another unforgettable label showcase.

The annual Protocol Miami party will return to the avante-garde and glamorous ORA Nightclub in South Beach on March 22nd, hosting a dynamic roster of heavyweights including Nicky Romero himself, Breathe Carolina, D.O.D, Raiden, Disco Fries, Sunstars and Antoine Delvig. To gear up for what’s surely going to be a night filled with both indulgences and good vibes, Protocol is releasing two EPs of brand new music as part of their “Protocol Vibes” series.

First up on the “Protocol Vibes Pt.1” release are four dance-floor smashing tracks from Maximals, Mosimann, Jakob Trice and Metrush. These artists created the perfect storm of electro and progressive house that helps ease the mind. “Don’t Know Where” is a track that was just made to listen with the windows down and the volume turned up. “Upside Down” incorporates some softer deep house tempos that blend the gorgeous groovy beats together. Each track is like a little taste of Miami while keeping it unique and original. The house tunes make the body want to dance non-stop and will create a one of a kind atmosphere in the heart of Miami at ORA nightclub.

The music on Pt. 1 is just a little preview for what is to come this year in Miami.  The second part of the music package is planned to be released right before the kickoff of Miami Music Week on March 16th. Make sure to follow Protocol Recordings for the latest news and get your tickets for the showcase before it sells out. Pt. 1 is now available to stream everywhere and anywhere so do not waste anytime treat yourself.

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Jason Adamchak

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