DV&LM Drop Tomorrowland EP Featuring Hardwell, KSHMR & More
Tomorrowland is finally over… it’s been a long two weeks, with live streams each weekend and live sets to last you for days, but now it’s time to sit back, relax, and endure that 15 hour flight home. Eek.
On the other hand, you could check out a new EP from the kings of Tomorrowland, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, aptly entitled Tomorrowland 2018. The new EP features collaborations from DVLM with all of their biggest friends including Hardwell, Nicky Romero, KSHMR, W&W and Moguai, Bassjackers, and a DVLM x Bassjackers VIP mix of their song “All I Need” with Gucci Mane, as well as a DVLM x Brennan Heart VIP mix of their song “When I Grow Up” with Wiz Khalifa.
Each song is tailored nicely for the Tomorrowland main stage, with massive booming synths and pounding drums, sure to leave you jumping, bouncing, and shouting your heart out.
Check out all seven tracks below!
Nicky Romero Has "Two Folders Full" Of Unreleased Avicii Music, But You Won't Be Hearing It Soon [Details]
Nicky Romero is sitting on a bunch of unreleased Avicii music that might not ever be released.
It’s a bittersweet thought, because while the producer would love to finish out and share their collaborations together — it just doesn’t feel quite right to him, putting out the unfinished and unapproved work.
In a recent sit down at Ultra Singapore, Romero revealed that he has “two folders full” of unreleased material from Avicii. Though others have expressed much interest in seeing those productions through to completion, Romero is very hesitant.
During the music festival he paid a touching tribute to Avicii during his set, something he’s done since his passing. He also opened up backstage on the difficult subject:
“I don’t know if it morally feels right to me to work on songs that the original composer have not approved.”
“I know that Avicii was really a perfectionist, and I kind of feel bad if I put something out not knowing if he really wants to put it out. So that’s kind of what holds me back, out of respect for him.”
In the same regards that Romero holds respect for Avicii, we respect him for making this tough call. No doubt, whatever these two would have made together would have been incredible.
Nicky Romero Talks Avicii
It’s never easy talking about a friend/brother who is no longer around.
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Nicky Romero Pays Tribute To Avicii At Ultra Singapore
Going on nearly two months since Avicii’s death, his absence is still clearly felt as many DJs continue to pay tribute to him at festivals and local shows. One DJ who has continually paid tribute is Nicky Romero, who plays out an unreleased track from Avicii and Coldplay’s Chris Martin entitled “Heaven.”
It’s a fitting song to pay tribute with, considering the song’s lyrical content and meaning. Not to mention the song’s brilliant production, it never fails to bring tears to a crowd’s eyes.
Nicky Romero played Ultra Singapore this weekend, whence he once again played the song in tribute. It’s incredible to see that even in a country whose main language isn’t English, a song like this gets the reaction that it does.
Watch a clip of the moment below.
Nicky Romero Collabs With ROZES On Sweet Pop Single "Where Would We Be"
Nicky Romero is keeping ’em coming with a new collaborative track…
“Where Would We Be” is a straight up pop song through and through. Singer-songwriter ROZES takes the reigns on the direction the track as Nicky Romero builds the soundscape around her vocals. It’s not full on bubblegum pop, but it sure does sound sweet.
Hanging in a basement, smoking weed, playing Nintendo 64 — this song will have you reminiscing on high school, maybe even middle school days when times were so simple. Things change, but it’s ok to wonder “Where Would We Be.”
Listen to Nicky Romero’s latest with ROZES here and let us know what you think!
ROZES X Nicky Romero – Where Would We Be
Nicky Romero Unleashes One Of His Best Singles To Date [Must Listen]
Sometimes it seems like people will use any occasion as a cause for celebration, but the 100th release on your label is definitely one that fits the bill as a proper celebratory time. Nicky Romero is celebrating the 100th release on his label Protocol Recordings with a new single entitled “PRTCL” (that’s Protocol without vowels) featuring Spyder.
The song is a return to the classic big room sound, back toward 2011-2012 when progressive and big room were less easily distinguishable. It’s a pounding dance track with plenty classic original elements, and a hefty dose white noise right at the drop almost metaphorically imitating a cryo blast.
Romero told Billboard Dance, “It feels like the industry is craving original sounding records more than ever and that’s what I wanted to achieve with this milestone release. It’s an amazing feeling to have reached 100 releases on my own label and I want to thank all the producers, every person who’s been involved behind the scenes and course my fans. Here’s to the next 100!”
Listen to “PRTCL” below!
Nicky Romero – PRTCL ft. Spyder
Nicky Romero Teases Massive Track To Celebrate 100th Release On His Label
Nicky Romero is bringing back the underground sound to mark the 100th release on his own imprint, Protocol Recordings!
“PRTCL” featuring Spyder is truly something to celebrate — because based f the minute long teaser, we can already tell it bangs. Romero delivers a fresh new take on the groundbreaking sounds from his early days, for a massive track sure to give fans and tastemakers alike something to appreciate.
Romero packs in the energy with this release and sets the pace for what’s to come from Protocol Recordings in 2018. The label continuously works with some the leading names in EDM including Florian Picasso, R3hab, Nervo, Blasterjaxx, Tommy Trash and more, so there’s really no telling what kind fire this year will bring.
“PRTCL” drops January 12th, 2018 — but you can hear a preview right now!
Nicky Romero – PRTCL (ft. Spyder)
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Avicii & Nicky Romero Celebrate 5th Anniversary of Hit Collab with Huge News
Avicii and Nicky Romero’s hit “I Could Be The One” just celebrated its , one that era’s greatest hits. Now, it seems the two could be teaming up once again in 2018 for a new collaboration.
As Nicky himself reveals in Protocol Radio 280, he could be working with Avicii very soon, though anything that comes it likely won’t be completed before the end the year. Still, to think these two house heavyweights teaming up once again gets us intensely excited.
Listen to the announcement below, and re-listen to “I Could Be The One” again while you’re at it!
One of the Best Collabs In EDM History Just Turned 5 Years Old
Ready to feel old? Avicii and Nicky Romero’s track “I Could Be the One” just turned 5 years old!
2012 was a good year for EDM. Zedd’s “Clarity” came out, Knife Party released “Internet Friends,” Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” took the world by storm, Skrillex dropped “Bangarang,” Porter Robinson unleashed “Language,” deadmau5 hit us with “The Veldt” — and Avicii vs. Nicky Romero came out with this upbeat anthem destined for music festivals and dance floors alike.
The collaborative track gained attention on a global scale back in 2012, particularly in the UK where it topped the charts. Playing this one back today, it feels so nostalgic yet it’s hard to believe five years have passed since it was released.
As we reminisce on the track itself, we must also bring to everyone’s attention how amazing the ficial music video is… If you’ve lived a half a decade without seeing it, well, it’s time to really start living!
Avicii vs. Nicky Romero – “I Could Be The One”