With just 10 days to go until Protocol Recordings kicks off this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event with their annual showcase, label head Nicky Romero has an extra special ADE Compilation to whet fan’s appetite. “Nicky Romero Presents Protocol ADE 2016” is available to buy or stream via all digital retailers now.
Mixed and compiled by the Protocol boss himself, Romero takes listeners on an hour-long journey through the very best productions the label has to offer. Boasting 20 tracks and a whopping 10 exclusive plays, this is just a taste of what’s in store at this year’s Protocol x ADE event.
“Every year we love to showcase new and upcoming talent on the Protocol ADE compilation. An opportunity like this can kickstart their career and we at Protocol love to be part of the first steps for an artist. We don’t care if an artist has 3 followers or 300.000 followers, but we do care about the passion, creativity and hours of sound-scaping in their tracks and hopefully you will see this on every single featured” – Nicky Romero
A testament to Protocol Recording’s global fan base and reach, this year’s compilation features talent from every corner of the globe. Packing a truly international punch, the album features top-notch productions from the likes of Israel’s Teamworx, Swedish duo Don Palm, Spanish sensation Crusy, Brazilian producer Olin Batista, South Korea’s very own Raiden, Jano & Madwill, Botai, Dumbers, USAI, Rayven & Valexx – all hailing from Italy, not forgetting the Dutch contingency Nilson, Sam Void, Melsen and of course, Nicky Romero.
Gearing up for the next leg of the Get Connected World Tour, Nicky will be taking over Melkweg for annual Protocol x ADE, along with some of the finest talents on the Protocol roster on Wednesday 19th October. Promising yet another unbeatable night of world-class talent, as well as surprise guests, which have included the likes of Martin Garrix, Tiesto, David Guetta and Armin van Buuren in previous years, there really is only one party to be seen at this night. Last remaining tickets are available here (insert link).