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Sam Void’s Bass House “Feel The Low” Kicks off 2019 for Protocol Recordings

Protocol Recordings is ready to get the party started with their first release of 2019 in the form of Sam Void‘s new single “Feel The Low.” The Dutch DJ and producer employs driving basslines, rhythmic percussion and grimy synths for plenty of “womp” factor in the dancefloor-friendly, bass house inspired track. “Feel The Low” follows Void‘s UK-garage track “Like That” with Thomas Newson and progressive house gem “Pressure” with Maximals. Having experimented with a multitude of sounds over the last few years, Sam Void is truly finding his groove. The stage is set for Sam Void and the rest of the Protocol family to have their strongest year yet. Listen here

Founded by Nicky RomeroProtocol Recordings is one of the leading imprints for innovative house music; it boasts a roster of heavy-hitters complemented with immensely talented up-and-comers, all with a diverse range of sounds that are guaranteed to light up a dance floor. Among them is Sam Void, who has has been a part of Protocol since early in his career. Void‘s remix of Nicky Romero and Nile Rodger‘s “Future Funk” has amassed over 2 million streams to date, and his recent music has hinted at much more potential for the rising star. Void‘s first original track “Young” has been supported by Nicky RomeroTiestoMartin Garrixand more. Keep an eye out for Protocol and Void‘s latest releases.

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