If you’re unable to make it to your favorite festival this summer but still want to feel like you’re in the middle of the crowd at the main stage, look no further than SWACQ‘s latest release “Love,” which was given a special edit by Nicky Romero.
Close your eyes as the cinematic instrumentals and driving bassline open track and feel your anticipation build as the melodies grow more frenzied behind the groovy vocal interlude, finally culminating in a massive drop that you can feel reverberating in your chest as your body starts to pulse to the beats.
Newcomer SWACQ demonstrates a talent for creating immersive, electrifying tracks that are guaranteed to start a party and get the crowd riled up during a live set. Nicky Romero‘s premiere of “Love” at Ultra Korea is a solid credit to their potential, as the Protocol Recordings label boss specializes in bringing up the best and brightest new talent.
SWACQ has created a personal brand that thrives on their energetic, forward-thinking music. To their fans, SWACQ transcends music alone; it has evolved into a lifestyle fueled by fun vibes and danceable beats. With hyper-modern production skills and a knack for tunes reminiscent of dance music’s progressive and big room house heyday, SWACQ combines the contemporary and the nostalgic for a sound that will appeal to both new and elitist electronic fans. His dynamic producing ability is demonstrated by the range in his music as he crushes everything from trap-influenced electro bass to festival anthems such as “Love.” As a new member of the Protocol family and more releases coming on Don Diablo‘s Hexagon and Tiesto‘s Musical Freedom record labels, SWACQ has nothing but a bright future ahead of him. Look for this up-and-comer to be cranking out more epic tracks like “Love” very soon.