While we definitely appreciate the slower and more chill side of EDM, we always have an itch that only high-energy can scratch. On our latest visit over to Protocol we were able to check out “Good Old Days”, the latest drop from CAMARDA & Almero. Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings is one of the most welcoming and versatile imprints in the world of progressive house music, always adapting and updating their roster with the changes in the landscape. With plenty of up and comers that ooze talent, we are always excited when we hear of a new Protocol drop. CAMARDA & Almero are two of Protocol’s latest additions, officially coming back for their second release on the label. Initially making their debut back in Protocol Grooves Vol. 1, CAMARDA & Almero have since gained support from artists such as Stefano Iezzi & Joe C, GIORG & Santez, Soulvation, Mosimann & VY•DA.
Protocol is consistently on the front lines of music development, cultivating sounds for the future of music from the ground up. While Protocol is known for its extensive catalog in the progressive house pool, the imprint uses its talent to explore other adjacent sounds and styles. CAMARDA & Almero’s “Good Old Days” is a prime example of this experimentation, focusing more on the lines of tech-house and four-on-the-floor rhythms. Both producers show off their skill set in the track, highlighting distorted vocals and funky yet menacing synths all while being led by an addictive kickdrum. We can’t wait to see how else Protocol expects to explore tech-house, as well as more from CAMARDA & Almero.
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