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Protocol Alert! Mosimann’s "Low Pro" (Antoine Delvig Edit)

Well it wouldn’t be a normal weekend if we didn’t run new content from over on Protocol. This week we have “Low Pro” the latest from two fantastic faces on the Protocol roster: Mosimann and Antoine Delvig. While Protocol has always been forward-thinking in terms of predicting trends and making waves, not every artist is pure gold. However, this is when you just need to experiment and find the right crowd to bounce off your ideas and style. Mosimann has been tearing it up since he burst onto the stream, with one of his tracks even earning more than 3 million streams on Spotify! Upon releasing this track, an idea was formed. Antoine Delvig, who has been known for multiple successful remixes on Martin Garrix’s label, would edit the track.
Now how did he do with his edit? Well, let’s just say that if it were up to us, “Low Pro” is primed and ready to be one of this year’s summer dance hits. The edit is quite reminiscent of the early days of progressive house and electro, serving as an homage to those ambitious early artists. “Low Pro” focuses on a driving bassline that will force listeners to the dance floor to completely destroy once the bomb goes off. Make sure you have your dancing shoes on for the next time this track is played.
Make sure you check out this edit of “Low Pro” below!

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Brandon Stuhr

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