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Marcus Santoro & Tim van Werd collide on 2 strong mixes of “One Inside” ft. Mila Falls

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It’s an international collision of 3 artists who have already appeared on Protocol Recordings.

Aussie progressive dance master Marcus Santoro, Dutchman Tim van Werd and British singer Mila Falls team up on new track “One Inside” which is available in two different mixes.

Demonstrating their ability to produce two equally strong versions of the same record, Macrus Santoro‘s “Main Room Mix” is a melodic, groovy, house track, appropriately named due to its main stage vibe.

On the other hand, we have Tim van Werd responsible for “After Hours Mix,” in a riding, deep/dark progressive style you could already hear on “Time To Save,” released last month in collaboration with Nicky Romero‘s side project Monocule.

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“One Inside” is Marcus Santoro‘s 6th release on Protocol Recordings, following his recently successful single “Out Of My Head” with FaderX.

Out today via Beatport and all streaming services, get your first listen of “One Inside” below!

One Inside (Extended Main Room Mix)

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One Inside (Extended After Hours Mix)

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