Nicky Romero's Protocol Recordings imprint drops its first release of the year in the form of Sam Void's "Feel The Low." With its driving bass lines, rhythmic percussion, and grimy synths, the massive G-house-inspired track sets the stage for the Protocol family's potentially strongest year yet.
The Dutch DJ/producer has been with Protocol Recordings since early in his career and has seen immense growth since then. Experimenting with a multitude of sounds over the past few years, Void is finally finding his groove with "Feel The Low."
Previous to his latest dynamic, dance floor-friendly track, he dropped two releases on the label in 2018. Void teamed up with Thomas Newson on a banging UK garage track "Like That," and with Maximals on a mesmerizing progressive house song titled "Pressure."
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The two tracks and "Feel The Low" are currently among his most popular songs along with his first original track "Young" and his groovy remix of Nicky Romero and Nile Rodger's "Future Funk," which have amassed over 2 million streams to date.
If there's any rising talent to watch this year, especially from one of the leading imprints for innovative house music, it's Void and his avant-garde house style. He's sure to take the house genre by storm sooner or later.