FaderX Release Solo Single “Critical” on Protocol Recordings

Still searching for that one catchy track that will light up every dance floor this summer? Look no further than FaderX‘s debut solo single “Critical.” FaderX has mastered the art of creating heavy-hitting and yet club-friendly tracks, and “Critical” is a prime example; with its bouncy, scintillating bassline and funky melodies, the track possesses all the key ingredients to be a hit at festivals and clubs around the globe. “Critical” follows FaderX‘s latest track “Rave Me” with Tom Tyger on Protocol – which has been featured in Spotify‘s MintFresh Electronic and Electro Workout playlists – as well as “No Rush” from the Protocol Vibes Miami 2018 edition and several Spotify playlists. No matter if you’re grooving in the car on your work commute or letting loose at a festival, “Critical” is a guaranteed winner.

Artists: FaderX
Title: Critical
Label: Protocol Recordings
Release date: 18 May 2018

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Since its founding in 2012, Protocol Recordings has grown from a record label to a truly multi-faceted household brand in electronic music – but they’re still only getting started. Nicky Romero created Protocolto be a place of camaraderie between forward-thinking artists, always daring to break the mold through innovative sounds and the development of emerging artists. Protocol‘s ethos has lead to immense success with their family of talent, including RaidenMaximalsTom TygerFlorian PicassoSunstarsCorey Jamesand many more. The Protocol crew can always be counted on for cutting-edge new music, melding a variety of genres for exciting and unexpected sounds. The Italian trio FaderX first burst onto the Protocol circuit with their track “Cabrio,” and it was apparent that their energetic, driving and groovy sound was a perfect formula for Protocol‘s party-loving listeners. As they continue to gain speed with every new release, we can’t wait to see what’s next for the FaderX guys!

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