Antoine Delvig Releases High-Energy Edit of Mosimann’s “Low Pro” on Protocol Recordings

Protocol Recordings brings us one of the hottest tracks of the summer by way of the Antoine Delvig edit of Mosimann’s “Low Pro.” Delivering a driving bassline and hair-raising breakdown, this absolute bomb brings us back to the original days of progressive and electro house. Both Delvig and Mosimann’s high-energy, explosive styles are evident in “Low Pro”‘s party-ready beats, making this a guaranteed hit for club dancefloors and festival stages around the globe. Delvig has previously released on Doorn/Spinnin’ Records, Musical Freedom, Axtone and Revealed. Put on your dancing shoes and press play on “Low Pro” to get your night started.

SYML and SAM FELDT Collaborate on “Where’s My Love”

“When I first heard the original acoustic track by SYML on Spotify, I immediately loved it” he recalls. “I think it has that perfect balance between indie and pop — something that aligns very well with my music.” He reached out to SYML and his team to propose the idea of a dancefloor remix, and the response was very positive. “I started working on the idea right away. Fast-forward a few months in the studio working on different angles, I am now very proud to share the end result with my fans. I believe we have achieved a good mix between the folk-ey sounds of SYML and the signature Sam Feldt summer vibe.”


On Friday, June 15th, critically acclaimed “grunge-n-b” duo THEY. released the official video for their song “Pops” in honor of Father’s Day and their very own “Pops” Day. “Pops” shines over bright acoustic guitar and airy beats co-produced by J. Laser. On “Pops” THEY. share heartfelt tales of growing up with a father rife with confessions. Watch the video for “Pops” HERE.

J.F.K ‘Feel It Again’

Meant to be played loud and belted out with a certain confidence and braggadocio, ‘FEEL IT AGAIN’ from Perth rock band J.F.K is the perfect antidote to anything sweet or playing it safe.

‘He only likes me when I’m there, you know I really shouldn’t care,’ Knox sings, giving ‘Feel It Again’ a slight contemplative edge, even when the music is rollicking through some insatiable, banging melodies and hooks. From the onset, frenetic guitar riffs take the reins, while lead vocalist James Knox charges forth with an urgency similar to the likes of Howlin’ Pelle Almqvist (The Hives), Elliott Hammond (The Delta Riggs) and James Bagshaw (Temples).

The LaFontaines release new single ‘UP’

Fresh from their UK and European tour supporting Don Broco, Scottish rockers The LaFontaines, have released their brand new single ‘UP’.

The upbeat, summer rap/rock inspired track “is about that feeling of optimism” explains frontman Kerr Okan. “It’s for the people who have taken a good few on the chin but refuse to go down. This was the easiest song I’ve ever written.”