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Following up on the release of ‘Serial Killer’ earlier this year, Parisian Electro protagonist Gregori Klosman returns to his recently launched Guru Recordings for round two with ‘Bad Guy’ alongside fast-rising countryman Tony Romera. In a similar manner as Klosman’s ‘Knight’ remix of Zedd’s ‘Spectrum’ with Tristan Garner, ‘Bad Guy’ sees the two Frenchmen turn their heads to the heavier side of dance music for a hefty romp of coarse festival energy, fittingly released just in time for festival season.

Out on Beatport

Following up on the release of ‘Serial Killer’ earlier this year, Parisian Electro protagonist Gregori Klosman returns to his recently launched Guru Recordings for round two with ‘Bad Guy’ alongside fast-rising countryman Tony Romera. In a similar manner as Klosman’s ‘Knight’ remix of Zedd’s ‘Spectrum’ with Tristan Garner, ‘Bad Guy’ sees the two Frenchmen turn their heads to the heavier side of dance music for a hefty romp of coarse festival energy, fittingly released just in time for festival season.

Slated for release on May 13th.

Off the back of a two week streak of inhabiting the #1 spot on Beatport with ‘Like Home‘, Protocol Recordings ups the ante for it’s first non-Nicky Romero release, courtesy of fast-ascending Frenchman Tony Romera.

Never confined to one solitary sound, Romera ditches the grinding Electro that pervaded the majority of his studio output throughout the year, including the Beatport #3 remix of ‘Breaking Up’ alongside Bartosz Brenes, for a minimalistic cut called ‘Pandor’. As premiered on Nicky Romero’s Protocol Radio, the standalone rolling chord play and ‘Koko’-influenced breakdown melodiesthat make up ‘Pandor’ look to extend his club-savvy studio output with a solid contribution to the post-festival season.

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With the original still sitting comfortably at #4 in the overall Beatport chart, Nicky Romero and Calvin Harris’ ‘Iron‘ returns for round two with a slew of remixes from two of Europe’s most sought-after talents of late.

Already associated with a premium blend of tectonic Electro House, Amsterdam’s Dyro is first to bat for the remix package, following up his synth-tinged remix of ‘Night Like This‘ and extending the belief that Jordy Von Egmond is out to shake things up for the remainder of 2012. But where Dyro swaps the original’s wobble-induced instrumental work for a burly take on his grinding signature sound, France’s Tony Romera tops the package with a heavy-footed remix B-Side of churning, minimalistic builds and standalone lead play.

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With ‘Iron‘ still sitting comfortably at #1 in the overall Beatport chart, Protocol Recordings ups the ante for it’s first non-Nicky Romero release, courtesy of France’s Tony Romera.

But not confined to one solitary sound, fast-rising Romera ditches the grinding Electro that pervaded his Beatport #3 remix of ‘Breaking Up’ alongside Bartosz Brenes for a minimalistic cut in ‘Pandor’. As premiered on last night’s episode of Protocol Radio, the standalone rolling chord play and mesmerizing breakdown melodies reminiscent of Sander van Doorn’s ‘Koko’ that make up ‘Pandor’ look to extend his club-savvy studio output with a solid contribution to the festival season.

Out December 3rd on Protocol Recordings.

Already proving to be a year of uprising international talent Costa Rica’s Bartosz Brenes and rising French artist Tony Romera take on the Dirty Dutch head honcho Chuckie’s vocal summer outing alongside Promise Land ‘Breaking Up’. Utilising Amanda Wilson’s distinct top line with a string of equally emotive keys, the multinational duo lead with killer riffage and grinding Electro hallmarks throughout this high-profile remix. While there may be no shortage of Electro House on offer for the summer season, the duos take on ‘Breaking Up’ is indicative of the quality such fresh faced artists can bring to global Dance music.

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While France can be charged with producing a fair selection of Electronic legends over the years, few are showing as much enthusiasm for the nations floor-filling future as Tristan Garner and his Xtra Life imprint. Welcoming Lyon’s own Tony Romera and fresh-faced Russian talent Duher to their extended European stronghold of finely crafted Electro cuts, both artists relish in their successful conquest of the imprints recent production competition with prize-fighting juggernauts ‘Mad’ and ‘Millenium’.

Diving from heavy-set lead play to a succinct stab of high-end synth work, ‘Mad’ apexes with that inherently popular blend of stern beats and grinding low-end chords to prove that a little fresh blood can stir even the most familiar sub-genres into a state of recovering enthusiasm. Cloaked in euphoric lead work and ardently blending the realms of both Electro and Progressive House, Duher’s ‘Millenium’ emerges as a suitable amalgamation of the two genres to top a successful investment into the future for Xtra Life.

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Tony Romero – Mad:

Duher – Millenium:

Words by Dan Carter

Already proving to be a year of uprising international talent Costa Rica’s Bartosz Brenes and rising French artist Tony Romera take on the Dirty Dutch head honcho Chuckie’s vocal summer outing alongside Promise Land ‘Breaking Up’. Utilising Amanda Wilson’s distinct top line with a string of equally emotive keys, the multinational duo lead with killer riffage and grinding Electro hallmarks throughout this high-profile remix. While there may be no shortage of Electro House on offer for the summer season, the duos take on ‘Breaking Up’ is indicative of the quality such fresh faced artists can bring to global Dance music.

Chuckie playing the remix live at the main stage of Tomorrowland 2012

Words by Dan Carter

While France can be charged with producing a fair selection of Electronic legends over the years, few are showing as much enthusiasm for the nations floor-filling future as Tristan Garner and his Xtra Life imprint. Welcoming Lyon’s own Tony Romera and fresh-faced Russian talent Duher to their extended European stronghold of finely crafted Electro cuts, both artists relish in their successful conquest of the imprints recent production competition with prize-fighting juggernauts ‘Mad’ and ‘Millenium’.

Diving from heavy-set lead play to a succinct stab of high-end synth work, ‘Mad’ apexes with that inherently popular blend of stern beats and grinding low-end chords to prove that a little fresh blood can stir even the most familiar sub-genres into a state of recovering enthusiasm. Cloaked in euphoric lead work and ardently blending the realms of both Electro and Progressive House, Duher’s ‘Millenium’ emerges as a suitable amalgamation of the two genres to top a successful investment into the future for Xtra Life.

The first volume of Xtra Life’s New Talent EP series will be released on August 7.

Tony Romero – Mad

Duher – Millenium

Words by Dan Carter

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