While we always support artists experimenting with new sounds to enhance their style, we still want a taste of what we already know. This week we are checking out “Bittersweet”, the latest from Nicky Romero over on Protocol. As we mentioned before, Romero is one of the modern producers to change and mold today’s electronic music scene how he sees fit. Not only has he founded one of the most prolific modern electronic music movements, he is constantly on DJ Mag’s Top 100 list year after year and has attributed heavily to the global spread of electronic music. We are glad to see that Romero is back in the producing chair, as the modern industry still needs a bit more of his influence.
Since Romero has been busy incorporating new genres and mixing it in his giant mixing bowl, we were genuinely surprised when we were treated with a track with his familiar style. “Bittersweet” highlights Romero’s bouncy bass lines and the fantastic vocal work from the lead singer of Ninja Sex Panther, Quarterback, which give us goosebumps each time it plays. The track will easily feel familiar to listeners, as it reminds of Romero’s earlier tracks like “Legacy” with Krewella and “I Could Be The One” with Avicii (RIP). While we are addicted to “Rise” and will continue blasting it in our office, “Bittersweet” will make its way into the rotation relatively soon.
You can check out “Bittersweet” on Spotify or on YouTube below!
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