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Protocol Recordings Release Their “Fugitive” Stefano Pain

Alright Protocol, what do you have on the chopping block this week? This time we are checking out the latest from global Italian producer Stefano Pain, with his new single “Fugitive”. Pain has been incredibly busy, as he knew from a young age that music is his passion. This is evident as Pain began djing in a few of the most popular clubs in Italy at a mere fifteen years old! Since his early beginnings, Pain has been supported by major players in the global EDM industry such as Swedish House Mafia, Pete Tong, and Protocol label boss Nicky Romero. His current partnership with Protocol has pushed his popularity even further and we can’t wait to see what is next.

Alright Pain, how does “Fugitive” rank among the rest of your work? Well does the track have a driving bass line? Check. How about smooth vocals? Affirmative. Now how does he utilize the synths? With plenty of ease, as it warbles back and forth to add plenty more to the song. Now the honest question, what kind of genre is it? Now that I don’t have an answer for you. Let’s put it this way, Stefano Pain’s style will fit in just perfectly with the rest of Protocol’s catalog, especially with his new release.

Make sure you give “Fugitive” a full listen below!

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