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In the aftermath of releasing ‘Symphonica’ through his own Protocol Recordings, high-flying Dutchman Nicky Romero releases his much-anticipated remix of ‘I Need Your Love’ by Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding.

Tackling Goulding’s inimitable quavery vocal stylings with ease, Romero’s remix flows seamlessly between lengthy piano chords and swift, high-pitched synths, swapping the radio-friendly instrumental of ‘I Need Your Love’ for that of a club-friendlier one.

Out now on iTunes and Spotify.

Close to eight months after its premiere at Belgium’s renowned Tomorrowland festival, Dutch juggernaut Nicky Romero has finally released his highly-anticipated fourth single on his own Protocol Recordings following last year’s ‘Like Home’ with Nervo.

Jumping between heavy beats and toe-tapping string work, ‘Symphonica’ portrays an all-out affair of grinding Electro House and live-recorded, orchestral break-downs, creating a pairing of muscle and melodics that compliment each other with a sense of unified energy.

Out today on Beatport.

Still on a high from last year’s long overdue original release, Avicii and Nicky Romero’s ‘I Could Be The One’ is given a formal remix courtesy of rising Dutch producer John Christian. Previously known for his part in the release of ‘Still The Same Man’ with Romero and Nilson earlier this month, Christian’s second official release sees him take a turn for the heavier-set terrains of Dance music, complementing the melodic stylings of ‘I Could Be The One’ with rather unique, heavy-stepping drops.

Out today on Beatport.

In anticipation for the release of ‘Symphonica’ on March 25th, high-flying Dutchman Nicky Romero unveils the final version of his much-anticipated remix of ‘Need Your Love’ by Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding.

Tackling Goulding’s inimitable quavery vocal stylings with ease, Romero’s remix flows seamlessly between lengthy piano chords and swift, high-pitched synths, swapping the radio-friendly instrumental of ‘Need Your Love’ for that of a club-friendlier one.

A release date is yet to be announced.

Close to seven months after it’s premiere at Belgium’s renowned Tomorrowland festival, Dutch tunemonger Nicky Romero has announced the release date of his eagerly-awaited fourth release on his own Protocol Recordings following last year’s ‘Like Home’ with Nervo.

Jumping between heavy beats and sample work, ‘Symphonica’ plays out as an all-out affair of grinding Electro House and live-recorded, orchestral break-downs, portraying a pairing of muscle and melodics that compliment each other with a rare sense of unified energy. Scheduled to drop a mere day after weekend two of Ultra Music Festival in Miami, ‘Symphonica’ looks set to steal the show at live performances throughout the Miami Music Week.

Out March 25th.

No strangers to high-profile remix duties, Hard Rock Sofa and Nicky Romero’s next dance with the devil better known as commercial pop comes in the form of remixes for Ludacris’ new single alongside Usher and David Guetta.

While the Russian duo take ‘Rest Of My Life’ through the motions of uplifting melodics and their signature Electro House, Romero wraps up the package with a ‘Point Blank‘-like remix far more convincing than that of the original version.

Out today on Beatport.


Nicky Romero teams up alongside countrymen Nilson and John Christian to make their collective debut on Mark Knight’s Toolroom Records with a modern adaption of a 2006 classic.

A set-staple in the live performances of Fedde Le Grand over the past several months, ‘Still The Same Man’ sees the Dutch trio digress from the heavier-set domains of Dance music to take Till West and DJ Delicious’ ‘Same Man’ through the motions of crunching House builds for a strong first release on the label.

Out today on Beatport.

Nicky Romero teams up alongside countrymen Nilson and John Christian to make their collective debut on Mark Knight’s Toolroom Records with a modern adaption of a 2006 classic.

A staple in the live sets of Fedde Le Grand over the past several months, ‘Still The Same Man’ sees the Dutch trio digress from the heavier-set domains of Dance music to take Till West and DJ Delicious’ ‘Same Man’ through the motions of crunching House builds for a strong first release on the label.

Out February 4th.

More than one year in the waiting, Avicii and Nicky Romero have finally released the finished version of their long-awaited single ‘I Could Be The One,’ formerly ‘Nicktim,’ complete with vocals from Swedish singer Noonie Bao.

Pledging the Dutch producers robust sound alongside Tim Bergling’s melodic play and incorporating a radio-friendly vocal, ‘I Could Be The One’ is a simple yet infectious track of modern, full-throttle Progressive House throughout. In spite of the vocals not quite hitting in on the epic properties one would expect from a vocal mix of this calibre, ‘I Could Be The One’ is certain to make for a wildly successful release for Avicii and Nicky Romero alike.

Update (7/1): ‘I Could Be The One’ just hit the #1 spot on Beatport.

Vocal and Instrumental versions are out now on Beatport along with remixes from Audrio and Didrick.

With the world’s largest interactive collaboration on the cards for 2013, Avicii unites with Nicky Romero to drop the official music video to their upcoming single ‘I Could Be The One,’ formerly ‘Nicktim,’ ahead of it’s December 29 release.

Stuck in a life of unexciting office chores and dullness, the video for ‘I Could Be The One’ shows a middle-age woman take the decision to fulfill her dreams and try her luck ‘not giving a f*ck.’ But unlucky as she is, the ‘new’ life ends rather promptly for our ex-office employee when she becomes the victim of a violent fate at the office parking lot.

Update: The video will be back up on December 27th.

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