Hear Marc Benjamin’s Romantic Side on New Progressive House Track ‘Fall For You’

Marc Benjamin has proven himself to be one of the most chameleonic artists in the scene right now – you never quite know what his productions will sound like. The Protocol veteran is at it again with his newest release “Fall For You,” a sultry progressive house gem that calls to mind warm nights dancing in dark, crowded places with attractive strangers. “Fall For You” delivers big, bouncy basslines and groovy instrumental melodies, making it both radio and dancefloor friendly. The release follows up Marc Benjamin‘s hot streak from 2018, which included the electro-house club track “Blaster” and the melodic, R&B influenced “Devil in Disguise” and “Unbreakable Hearts.” There’s only one way to find out what this dynamic maestro has up his sleeve next – follow Marc and Protocol Recordings for all the latest news!

Artists: Marc Benjamin
Title: Fall For You
Label: Protocol Recordings
Release date: 01 March 2019

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Nicky Romero and the Protocol crew can always be counted on for cutting-edge new music, melding a variety of genres for exciting and unexpected sounds. Their new additions feel right at home with that mantra, bringing a medley of trap, future bass, and R&B to the imprint’s already robust mix while still pumping out plenty of classic progressive jams. Veteran producer Marc Benjamin has a reputable taste for impeccable productions, evidenced in his past successes with his previous collaborations with heavyweights Laidback LukeBenny Benassi, and Yves V, and his remixes of Zedd‘s worldwide hits “The Middle” and “Happy Now.” He’s performed around the world, including Ultra Bali and a 5-year residency at Amsterdam‘s club Escape, and releases on Spinnin’ Records and Steve Angello‘s Size RecordsBenjamin‘s dynamic productions have piqued the attention of industry heavyweights like TiestoZeddMartin GarrixSteve Angello and Avicii, so we can’t wait to see what comes next from him as part of the Protocol family!

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