Protocol Recordings producers Dumbers & MAXIMALS give a fresh twist on the label’s signature sound with a fresh new track “Dancin’“, proving that house music still holds the timeless power to get a crowd grooving.
Long before “electronic music” existed, or even the rise of house music in the form as it is heard today, there was disco. It was disco that championed the modern dance revolution and with funky soulful rhythms, plus a bouncy bass line of “Dancin'”, which is accented by soulful melodies that make the track’s title come to life. Dumbers & MAXIMALS have managed to take a vintage-inspired sound and make it accessible to the modern generation of electronic music lovers, which is a unique move at a time when the music scene is so focused on futuristic productions.
Protocol Recordings is synonymous with house and progressive house music. However, the label has been signing dynamic up-and-coming talent – such as Dumbers & MAXIMALS – and thus diversifying its music. MAXIMALS, an Italian duo who are inspired by the atmosphere of dance music in the ’70s and ’80s, while Dumbers brings his experience playing in funk and rock bands to the table – all influences that are evident in the vibe of “Dancin'”. Dumbers & MAXIMALS have received support from the likes of Thomas Gold, Firebeatz and more. Perhaps they will be the ambassadors to bring “old skool“, disco-influenced music back to the mainstream. For more releases on Protocol Recordings, click HERE and stream at SoundCloud