Ignite the Dance Floors! Marc Benjamin Releases Electro-House Track "Blaster"
We have been showcasing so many new artists lately that we need to jump back to an old favorite. Setting us up this holiday season we have “Blaster”, the last from veteran Marc Benjamin over on Protocol. Our veteran this time around, Marc Benjamin, decided to make his comeback on Protocol for the single reason, to flourish on the Protocol stage. Benjamin brings his impeccable taste and knowledge in production to the Protocol team, which is always a valued asset. While Nicky Romero led Protocol Recordings has always been on the front lines of showcasing upcoming music artists, it’s refreshing to see even Protocol breaking their protocol (#sorrynotsorry) to try something new. Bravo.
Everyone needs to have their own room on the world stage to showcase some of their dynamic versatility. Benjamin’s latest track, “Blaster”, is a clear blend between electro and progressive house…easily earning its title. Benjamin experiments with grittier bass lines this time around, but also works in plenty of solid percussions so you can keep your body grooving on the dance floor without missing a beat. We have been seeing plenty of different sides to Benjamin with “Blaster” and his two previous releases, which is always great to see. While Benjamin has been exploring the spectrum, we can always swing back to his roots in tweaking the RnB genre basics.
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