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Nicky Romero

Tritonal & Paris Blohm classic Prot ‘Colors’ turns 5 years old

Consistently smashing it over the past half decade or so with a range of brilliant progressive bangers, Nicky Romero‘s Protocol label has cemented a reputation as one of the most in-demand imprints of modern times. Back in 2014, Tritonal teamed up with Paris Blohm to deliver ‘Colors‘, a fantastically euphoric track which is still a firm favourite in festival main-stage sets to this day.

Turning exactly 5 years old today, this Tritonal classic still sounds as fresh as ever, and was an early earmark of success for Romero, who is best loved for whopping anthems like ‘Toulouse’, ‘I Could Be The One‘, and recent hit, Duality’. You can relive this 2014 anthem below, and keep your fingers crossed that this exceptionally high level of prog-house returns in 2019. Over to you, SHM



Making the switch over from an established career in sports journalism to the world of dance music in 2016, Jake Gable has cemented a spot as one of the industry's most in-demand names during his tenure to date. Working on highly successful press campaigns for the likes of Tiësto, MK, and many more during his time at one of London's most premiere PR outfits, Gable has also proved his hand as a skilled journalist, interviewing acts such as Oliver Heldens, Martin Solveig, NERVO, and many more at international events like EDC Las Vegas, Tomorrowland, Creamfields, and Amsterdam Dance Event. Working tirelessly as the CEO & Founder of UK company The EVENT, Gable also doubles up as a tour manager, playlist curator, dance music influencer, and DJ, under his JK-GBL alias. Further adding strings to his bow as a freelance copywriter - where he has worked for numerous iconic artists such as Axwell, and labels, such as Third Party's Release Records - Gable is best known for producing two of the biggest editorials in We Rave You history; The first a breaking news story on Swedish House Mafia's return at Miami's Ultra Music Festival in 2018 (a world exclusive), and the second titled 'Avicii: The Truth...', an inquest into the EDM star's passing, published less than 24 hours after his death.

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