Nicky Romero’s edit of “Point Blank” was deservingly previewed last night as Pete Tong’s Essential Selection. Straying away from his usual grinding bass lines and heavy electro chords, Romero has taken a more gentle approach on this edit using blissful piano notes and euphoric melodies that give off nostalgic vibes. Still riding the wave of the massive “Sparks” release alongside Fedde Le Grand, and recently previewing his highly anticipated track “Iron” with Calvin Harris, Nicky Romero continuously proves why he is amongst dance music’s elite. There is no release date yet but we will keep you updated.
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