When you have the level of pull and influence that today’s producer has, people stop and take notice when you release anything. On our latest adventure over to Protocol we have “Letting Go”, the latest drop from the ever-talented Thomas Gold. Starting off his career back in 2008 with his remix of Delirium’s “Silence”, Gold has quickly become one of the most well-known names in the industry. Gold has made the rounds of the major labels of his career, with “Magic” over on Armada reaching 55 million streams. However, what sets Gold apart from the pack is his epic live stage performances which have attributed to his ever-growing global following. He may have won us over with “Something New“, but he keeps us around with almost every other single dropped this far.
While we cover plenty of drops from the Protocol catalog, there are always a handful of artists that we must keep our eyes on. While Thomas Gold has explored other avenues and genres under the electronic banner, “Letting Go” sees Gold returning to the genre where he made his home, progressive house. Pairing up with the Arizona-based David Shane and recruiting the newcomer R3SPAWN, Gold created an energizing anthem that shrugs off the struggles of the last year. Gold and R3SPAWN combine their sounds into an upbeat progressive house medley, letting Shane run with that momentum and perform to the best of his ability. Filled to the brim with groove and soul, “Letting Go” is a solid dance anthem that releases that level of energy that we absolutely need right now.
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