After taking on Nicky Romero and Cavin Harris’ “Iron,” Tony Romera returns to the release circuit with an original production of his own. “Pandor” builds with Romera’s trademark chord arrangement and drops into a deep, chugging bassline that brings the track into another dimension. Eerily similar to his latest remix, his solo effort solidifies production talent as supported by Nicky Romero. Proving himself with his dance floor weapons, Tony Romera is becoming a force to be reckoned with, so head to Beatport to purchase “Pandor” via Nicky’s Protocol imprint.
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