Stoking the Festival Season Fire, Protocol Mainstays Teamworx Drop New Psy-Trance Track "Losing Control"
Now that festival season is about to be in full swing, we are excited to see what exactly Protocol is going to be putting out into the world. This week we are bouncing on over to check out “Losing Control”, a brand new psytrance track from Protocol mainstays Teamworx. A staple in the Protocol roster, Teamworx has been making waves since joining the label last year. By far one of the most bass-heavy tracks on Protocol, “Trap Like” is going to ride that wave of success created by Teamworx last two releases. They were able to earn over 1 million streams on Spotify with “Champion Sound” with Nicky Romero and have cemented their staying power with their Sunstars collaboration “Playin Around”.
Since we started covering Teamworx back in the day, we have been treated to see their evolution as artists growing to their perspective molds. Teamworx latest track, the psytrance inspired “Losing Control”, serves as a prime example of that evolution. Dipping their toes in the deep end of the trance pool, the track shows that their already driving house sounds can be morphed and utilized in a different way. “Losing Control” is Teamworx’s seventh release on the Protocol imprint, thereby cementing the Israeli duo’s staying power. Teamworx has plenty of festival appearances lined up for this season, so make sure you catch them at an event near you!
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