A Minimalist Clash! Thomas Gold & Teamworx Collab “We Remember” An Ode to OGs


Why don’t we take a break from the norm and join a clash of fresh and veteran? On the latest visit to Protocol we were treated to “We Remember”, the latest single from Thomas Gold and Teamworx. Starting off his career back in 2008 with his remix of Delirium’s “Silence”, Gold has quickly become one of the most well-known names in the industry. Gold has made the rounds of the major labels of his career, with “Magic” over on Armada reaching 55 million streams. However, what sets Gold apart from the pack is his epic live stage performances which have attributed to his ever-growing global following.

A staple in the Protocol roster, Teamworx has been making waves since joining the label last year. By far one of the most bass-heavy tracks on Protocol, “Trap Like” is going to ride that wave of success created by Teamworx last two releases. They were able to earn over 1 million streams on Spotify with “Champion Sound” with Nicky Romero and have cemented their staying power with their Sunstars collaboration “Playin Around”.

While we often equate Thomas Gold (and sometimes Teamworx) with progressively lifting melodies, throw them to the wayside. Just get rid of them, light them on fire, we don’t care. Gold and Teamworx crafted “We Remember” as an ode to the OGs of the electronic music genre, removing many of the flairs we are accustomed to. Taking a more minimalistic approach, both Gold and Teamworx use the minimum amount of bass and mechanical synths to drive the track forward. “We Remember”‘s drop is uncompromised, leaving it primed and ready for the winter festival stages and through 2020. Only the largest stages could hold this track’s raw power.

Make sure you check out “We Remember” on Spotify below and on YouTube!

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