New Releases Dash Berlin Debuts on Protocol Recordings with Remix of Nicky Romero's "Stay"

Dash Berlin Debuts on Protocol Recordings with Remix of Nicky Romero’s “Stay”

Dash Berlin amps up the original's gentle melodies with his signature ElectroProgPop sound.

Dance music icon Dash Berlin gives a euphoric interpretation of Nicky Romero‘s recent single “Stay,” which is currently holding steady on the US Dance Radio and Billboard’s Hot Dance charts. For the remix, Dash Berlin amps up the original’s gentle melodies with his signature ElectroProgPop sound, weaving in uplifting synths and big-room basslines that will make your heart soar. Where the original is perfect for radio play and at-home singalongs, the remix is born for festival stages and club dance floors. Dash Berlin‘s “Stay” is sure to be on heavy rotation this summer, welcoming this respected veteran to the ranks of Romero‘s Protocol Recordings. As of 2019, Jeffrey Sutorius is in full control of Dash Berlin, performed on the mainstage of Ultra Japan, Marquee Nightclub in Las Vegas, and TIME Nightclub in Los Angeles. His “Stay” remix sends the message that Dash Berlin is coming in strong this year with the same much-loved sound refashioned for the modern-day. Stay tuned for more from Dash, Nicky and the rest of the crew coming soon.

Dash Berlin has been a household name in electronic music since 2008 when the single “Till the Sky Falls Down” skyrocketed to the top of charts worldwide. The track was included on Armin van Buuren‘s third chapter of his Universal Religion album, and Dash Berlin was subsequently signed to his label Armada Music. The world fell in love with Dash‘s unique fusion of progressive house, trance, pop and electro, which he continued to share with the world via tracks like 2009’s hits “Man on the Run” and “Waiting,” which became one of the most-loved tracks of the era. “Waiting” won the IDMA award for “Best High Energy Track” and was nominated three times at the International Dance Music Awards during the WMC in Miami in 2009. It was also voted as the second-best trance track of the year on Armin van Buuren‘s popular radio show “A State of Trance.” The music video gained over 25M views on YouTube, putting Dash Berlin among the frontrunners of trance and progressive house’s golden days. Dash Berlin was also nominated for the “Best European DJ” at the IDMA‘s and entered the DJ Mag Top 100 poll at number 15 in 2010; he has remained in the top 20 of the poll for eight consecutive years. Ever-evolving with the times, Dash Berlin is back with new music, and we can’t wait for one of the scene’s favorite acts to release more music in 2020!
More info on Nicky Romero / Dash Berlin / Protocol Recordings:

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