As everyone who knows anything about modern electronic dance musics knows, the musical zen that is the Amsterdam Dance Event is only a few weeks away. Also, that in turn means that Protocol will be completely tearing it up with plenty of new mixes and releases headed our way. Protocol has been in complete festivities since early May, as the label has finally reached their five years anniversary. Since this happens to be the case, Protocol has created Protocol Labs, a three step release that will showcase all of the different styles and talents of the label’s rising talent. If you happen to be in Amsterdam for the event, make sure you swing by Protocol’s legendary venue Melkweg, where you will be able to view Nicky Romero and 20 other Protocol artists.
While this is only the first EP in the Protocol Lab series that will be released in the coming weeks before the event, we are incredibly satisfied with the talent showcased on the first EP. To starts things off Part 1 showcases the talents of Ovion & Sam Void, Maximals, Bout & Sovth, Teamworx, Sunstars and Funkybeat. Many of these artists have already made their debut over here on MiR, so if you follow the site you will be a bit familiar with them. Each EP is going to show a different aspect of the Protocol philosophy, with the first being more energy-filled and dance oriented. We can’t wait for the rest of the Protocol Labs to surprise us with their hits of the season.
Make sure you give Protocol Lab – ADE 2017 Part I a full listen below.
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