Protocol Recordings is throwing it back to the old school with a brand new UK garage-inspired house track by veteran Tom Tyger and label newcomers Charles B & VCTRY. Delivering a classic 4/4 percussive bassline paired with funky topline instrumentals and a catchy, pitch-shifted vocal hook, “One Too Many” will transport listeners back to the days of bare-bones warehouse parties, where UK garage rooms were the most sought-after places to dance to artists like Disclosure and their contemporaries.
Tyger has been a longtime member of the Protocol family with tracks such as his hits “Rave Me” with FaderX as well as “C’est La Vibe” with Raiden, while the newly combined forces Charls B & VCTRY are making their debut with the release of “One Too Many.” The track’s seldom-heard sound is a welcome addition to the Protocol arsenal, proving once again that Nicky Romero and his crew are constantly challenging the way we think about and listen to modern dance music. Take a listen to “One Too Many” – and be ready to let your dancing shoes loose in the club.
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