Stadiumx Drop New Single “Where Are You Now”, Embrace Nostalgic Golden Age Big Room


When you have a pair of veterans ready at the helm, you know that you have to prepare yourself for the result. Taking a dip over at Protocol we have “Where Are You Now”, the newest solo single from Protocol’s Stadiumx. A steady veteran force for Romero’s Protocol Recordings, Stadiumx continues to slay with each new track dropped under their moniker. Stadiumx even had their hand in one of our favorite Protocol tracks, “Rise” alongside label boss Nicky Romero. While initially meeting in 2009 at a workshop in Budapest, it wasn’t until 2014 when the duo started making dance waves on an international level. Their first international hit, “Howl at the Moon”, was premiered at the Amsterdam Dance Event by Protocol label boss Nicky Romero and the rest is history.

While Stadiumx recently took a break from Protocol with their last two releases (“Touch My Soul” and “Getting Late”) on Hysteria Records and Hexagon, these Hungarian producers embody the modern Protocol sound. Pack a bag, as we step into “Where Are You Now” for a back to the golden age of progressive house music. Filled to the brim with nostalgia, this new track takes us back to the time of large festivals blaring big room progressive music to audiences in the thousands. An experience of pure insanity and euphoria, the audience would be lost within each beat and uplift. Stadiumx uses “Where Are You Now” as a second chance to soar through the skies in blissful memory once again, to be lost under the electric sky.

Make sure you check out “Where Are You Now” on Spotify below or on YouTube!

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