We have come to recognize that Protocol is an imprint where not only young talents are molded, but also where seasoned veterans will flourish. This week we have “Unbreakable Hearts”, the latest from Marc Benjamen on his well-deserved comeback. 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.
Now that this is Benjamin’s second release on Protocol, is “Unbreakable Hearts” a solid follow-up to office favorite “Devil in Disguise”? Benjamin treats listeners to a sweet but energetic progressive house track that crafts a decent picture of his style, while at the same time showcasing how he easily fits into the Protocol roster. Benjamin works the audible soundscapes of “Unbreakable Hearts”, alongside with fellow Dutch producer N3ON, to craft the premier energetic drop that the community craves. The entire production is topped off with a beautiful vocal performance from Shnee that ties “Unbreakable Hearts” in an adorable bow.
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