Nicky Romero’s Protocol Launches Five Year Anniversary Celebration

Hello everyone! I know we don’t normally post on Thursdays, but we have some special news just for you! Anyone who has read along with us for a while now knows that we highly support Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings. They put out releases quite often and we try to support in the best way we can. But today is the day, five years ago, that Romero decided to create Protocol. In its mere five-year run (so far) Protocol has become a leader in the progressive house movement with creating amazing experiences at Miami Music and the Amsterdam Dance Event. So when is the best time to announce this celebration? Why during the 250th episode of Protocol Radio.

We all have grown to learn that Protocol sure knows how to throw a party, and they don’t hold back. While the initial launch premieres during Protocol Radio, Protocol is following up with a slew of new releases and events. Protocol Radio will feature some of the greatest hits that Protocol has released and will be following up with a “Best of Protocol” over the last five years on May 29th. This mix will be over five hours long, as there is plenty of hits to wade through in Protocol’s catalog of success. This is only the first to come from this celebration, as we will continue to provide coverage until their culmination at the Amsterdam Dance Event this year.

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Brandon Stuhr

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