Low Blow Returns to Protocol Recordings with “Back To Me” – New Dose of Fine House Music Inspired by UK Garage Sounds

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    Spanish talent Low Blow returns to Nicky Romero‘s Protocol with his new single “Back To Me,” a house gem that’s thoughtfully inspired by the signature sounds of the British house music – UK Garage. The track incorporates a velvety pitched vocal topline with deep and funky melodies, leading into a euphonious and yet energetic drop, all that combined with distinctly crafted percussion and groove. “Back To Me” feels at home for both grooving to it on the radio and on the dancefloor at your favorite club party. For Low Blow, it’s the 6th release on Protocol Recordings, following his latest “She’s Hot” and “House Revolution” from earlier this year. In addition to that, he previously released on ArmadaToolroomAxtoneRevealedSmash The House, and Tomorrowland Music.

    Founded by Nicky Romero in 2012, Protocol Recordings is one of the leading imprints for innovative electronic dance music. It boasts a roster of heavy-hitters, complemented with immensely talented up-and-comers such as Thomas GoldDeniz KoyuTeamworxFuturistic Polar BearsTrilaneMarcus SantoroStadiumxTim van WerdTimmo HendriksMarc Benjamin and Nicky Romero himself, to name a few. Among them is Low Blow, a Spanish producer with an eclectic and energetic sound. His edgy electro-house originals and remixes made Low Blow‘s way to TurnItUp Muzik. In just over a year, he has experienced success with official remixes of DANK & Lorensa‘s “One Life,” Sick Individuals & Justin Prime‘s “Guilty” feat. Nevve and Nicky Romero & Sick Individuals‘ “Only for You.” This is only the beginning for this dynamic artist, so stay tuned for what’s next.

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