Mosimann Teams Up With Leandro Da Silva for Groovy Electro Single, “Horizon”

Mosimann Horizon

Mosimann and Leandro Da Silva bring the heat with their new release “Horizon,” a uniquely progressive and electro house fusion that is guaranteed to be heard at many clubs and festivals around the world this summer.

The French producer and Italian-Brazilian artist combine their cultural and artistic styles through bouncy, driving basslines, sweeping melodies and tribal elements that make “Horizon” feel both familiar and exotic. It’s the perfect track to be dancing to during an open-air set while the sun goes down and the party is turning up. In fact, the name “Horizon” was given by fans when Mosimann and Leandro asked for suggestions for the title via social media. This marks Mosimann’s fifth release on Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings, following “Babtoo,” “Low Pro,” “The Groove” and “I Need.”

From his early days as a famous French vocalist to his breakthrough to electronic music, Mosimann has cultivated a dynamic and unique sound inspired by the likes of Jean-Michel Jarre, Daft Punk and David Guetta. His release “Never Let You Go” featuring Joe Cleere has amassed over 4 million streams on Spotify alone, and in 2018 he was charted at #81 on DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs list. Mosimann has also been a judge on the popular TV series The Voice Belgium. He joined the Protocol family in 2018 and has made himself one of its most prominent contributors in such a short period. Leandro de Silva makes his debut on the label with “Horizon” after releasing on Spinnin’ Records, Smash The House, AFTR:HRS, Armada Music, Big Beat Records, and Enormous Tunes. He has also officially remixed David Guetta & Sia’s “Flames” and Cheat Codes & Demi Lovato’s “Solo,” bringing his dynamic and groovy sound to everything he touches. As Protocol plunges full speed ahead into a summer of new music and events, look for more new material and live show announcements from Mosimann and Leandro coming soon.


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