Sometimes when a major player in the industry releases a new track, fans receive a little extra. This time around we are jumping back over to Protocol for “Deep Dark Jungle”, the latest from label boss Nicky Romero and Teamworx. . Romero is one of the modern producers to change and mold today’s electronic music scene how he sees fit. Not only has he founded one of the most prolific modern electronic music movements, he is constantly on DJ Mag’s Top 100 list year after year and has attributed heavily to the global spread of electronic music. We are glad to see that Romero is back in the producing chair, as the modern industry still needs a bit more of his influence.
While we normally know Nicky Romero for his progressive house sound, Romero decided to flip everyone’s expectations on their head. Serving as the debut of a different, more subterranean-influenced style, “Deep Dark Jungle” gives listeners the feeling of being at a modern dance club when all of a sudden the floor has been taken back in time to a more tribal atmosphere. This is just the latest hole of electronic music that Romero has found himself in, invoking a bit more of the darkness and eerie atmospheric sounds to thrive just a bit more. With a successful collaboration with the Israeli duo Teamworx, we would say that Romero’s latest venture down the rabbit hole is quite the successful departure.
Alongside “Deep Dark Jungle”, Romero has also released more than 250 samples on Splice for other artists to use! Make sure you grab them while you can here.
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