Tony Romera makes his return to Nicky Romero’s Protocol imprint after taking “Iron” to the next level. “Pandor” features Romera’s signature weapons in the same taste as his previous effort. Building with melodic chords and anticipating synths, “Pandor” drops into deep, chugging bass that steers feet to the dance floor. The official release of Romera’s next original production is slated for a December 3rd release, so keep your eyes peeled for Protocol’s fourth outing.
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