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Free Download: "Paper Hype" - Paper Diamond & Protohype

The new Paper Diamond EP Paragon was put out yesterday, and I cannot say I'm disappointed. The release is a bit slower than we’re used to from Paper Diamond, but it’s definitely a dope album, showcasing some skills that you generally don't see in the bass genres these days. My favorite off the album is "Paperhype," which was co-produced with the help of Protohype. The track's a bit more upbeat than the rest of the album, and is also a bit heavier than what we've come to expect from these two. Grab the free download today!

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By Nick LeRoy


"Bad Boy Flow" - Protohype & ETC!ETC!

With the hype of Ultra live as ever after the conclusion of the first weekend, there are plenty of those dreaded IDs in many of the artists' set lists that all EDM fans alike are dying to know more about. More specifically, one of those songs was played in the likes of 12th Planet and Dillon Francis' sets and received a huge response. "Bad Boy Flow" is the result of a young and upcoming duo collaboration from Protohype and ETC!ETC!. Released via Datsik's Firepower Records, "Bad Boy Flow" is a serious banger that you are bound to hear more of this festival season. This song brings so much energy and really showcases the talent of ETC!ETC!.

By Steph Perez

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Track of the Day: "Nuke 'Em" (Protohype Remix) - Datsik

There is no doubt the evolution of bass music is upon us. With genres pushing their boundaries, artists are free to work with a variety of sound characteristics. Max Hype is currently an instructor at Icon Collective Music Production School based in Los Angeles, California, where he shares and instructs the creation of bass music. Under his stage name Protohype, Max shows us that there is no sound synthesis that will go untouched. Creating his remix for Datsik's "Nuke ‘Em," Protohype transforms what was already a intense track into a absolute mind boggling array of basses and synths that make you just say "Yippy Kay Yay." The sound synthesis and rhythm are really the highlights of this tracks, meshing sounds commonly found in Dubstep and DnB harmonically together. Although we are unsure exactly of Protohype's techniques, it seems that he is using Native Intrument’s MASSIVE along with some serious resampling to get some of the monstrous sounds. The use of the originality of the track, but still incorporating some signature Protohype elements, defines this remix as one of his best yet, so grab the free download!

By Jack Nunziato


Free Download: "Deep Love" - Frew (Protohype Remix)

No three words get me quite as excited for some wobbly bass as "free," "Protohype," and "remix" do. Protohype is well-known for being an excellent remixer (his remixes of Krewella's "Come and Get It" and "One Minute" are two of my favorite songs), but this latest one is on a whole new level. What amazes me most about "Deep Love" is its incredible depth of sound. Depth, in my opinion, is the most important aspect of a Dubstep track, and you’ll have to look in some pretty low places to find it in Protohype's "Deep Love" remix. If you’re in the mood for some free wub-wobbles to brighten up your Tuesday, check out Protohype’s SoundCloud page for the download. You won’t regret it.

By Jack Ulrich

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